Mobile: (406) 860-2568
Office: (307) 655-1168
Address: 222 US Historic Highway 14
Courtesy of: CENTURY 21 BHJ Realty, Inc.
Alpine splendor combines with a true western experience when guests arrive at the Historic Spear-O Wigwam guest ranch. No wonder Ernest Hemingway was inspired to visit and write the first outline of A Farewell to Arms. Built in 1924, the original lodge was designed like after a Native American Wigwam using logs harvested from the immediate area. Early guests gather around the central fire each night that was open to the sky. The current owner took meticulous care and completed many improvements to both the structures and utilities. The facility sits on a National Forest Service lease. Park Reservoir is a stone's throw away offering a variety of fishing and water sports. For an experience of a lifetime, guests depart the main lodge on horseback traveling through the pristine Cloud Peak Wilderness to the Beaver Lakes camp. Local legend says the fishing is amazing but don't tell anyone. 10 guest cabins plus a recreation cabin ring the Lodge to offer flexible lodging options for up to 36 people. There is one year-round cabin, 2 bunkhouses and service shops. This is a turnkey facility. All buildings are fully furnished with furniture, cooking utensils and bedding including the lodge. The facility sits on a National Forest Service lease. New owners will need to apply for a transfer. The lease is for 20 years and is renewable. This offering also comes with the Beaver Lakes camp which in its own right, is a well-appointed tent cabin outpost. Be sure to watch the virtual tour and review the documents tab for additional information. Brochure available.