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Photo By – Bree Hokona

Located between Big Sky and Yellowstone National Park, 320 Guest Ranch honors its rich history and celebrates Montana’s pioneer spirit through lodging, food, and activities.

We believe in connecting people to this naturally beautiful and historically abundant place. We believe in the pioneering spirit, which, for us, means providing updated log cabin accommodations, made-from-scratch, innovative food at McGill’s Restaurant and Saloon, and activities such as horseback riding, fly fishing, workshops, kids’ activities, sleigh rides, and more.

We are defying social norms to blaze our own trail, embracing the pioneer spirit and returning to tradition. We honor the nature around us and our history, by welcoming our guests with hospitality and a look into life as it used to be.

The ranch transitions between the winter and summer seasons offering different opportunities for each.

In the winter months–experience what it’s like living inside of a snow globe. With picturesque snow views, evergreen tress flocked in snow, and warm fires glowing in the cabins’ fireplaces. Learn about the history of the Ranch while riding in a 2 horse open sleigh along the river. If you opt for the later sleigh ride, you can catch a glimpse of the Milky Way. The ride will take you to a warming hut where you can enjoy hot beverages and a campfire before returning back to the Ranch center.

sleigh ride photo by bree hokona
Photo By – Bree Hokona

Our restaurant, McGill’s is open to the public and ranch guests for dinner. The restaurant is situated in the old homestead building from the early 1900’s. We use local fish, game, vegetables, mushrooms and other ingredients that to create pioneering dishes and drinks that pay tribute to the area.

McGill’s offers all the culinary experiences on Ranch such as a Chuckwagon BBQ, Porch-side Picnic, Sleigh Ride bites at the warming tent, and more.

During the Summer season, the 320 Guest Ranch comes to life with horseback trail rides through the national forest, wagon rides around Ranch to a BBQ dinner, “Wanna be a Wrangler” kids program, and fly fishing casting lessons on our trout pond. There is always something to be discovered on Ranch and an activity to suit everyman, woman, boy or girl’s inner pioneer.

Make the 320 Guest Ranch your home away from home and return from your vacation feeling rested and rejuvenated–and cherishing some life-long memories of visiting the old west and experiencing something you can’t find on the coastlines.

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