Celebrate autumn at the Sac! The changing seasons make the perfect time to treat yourself to a luxury getaway, Montana style. Embrace the Big Sky experience here at the heart of history in the Headwaters. But historical flair is anything but stale in this stately hotel. Here’s how to fall into the authentic Montana experience at the Sacajawea.
These summer nights are prime time for both two-stepping the night away and lounging on the porch, all in one. The good news is, you can do both right here at the Sacajawea Hotel in Three Forks. Embrace the slower pace of small-town life for an evening of music at the Sac. We have plenty of options, so take your pick from open mic nights, karaoke and live local favorites. Check out all the details below.
When the weather warms up, it’s time to start finding ways to cool down. When you’re out in Montana, where we go big for river miles, you sometimes need a break with a refreshing lake swim. Here are our favorite places to go for a dip near Three Forks.
When summer comes around, we get excited about sunshine and exploring. One of the best day trips from the Headwaters is a drive to Yellowstone, the country’s first national park. Gardiner and West Yellowstone are both less than two hours away from Three Forks, so you can even make the loop through for a change of scenery as you go and return. Here are our favorite stops along the way to help you really make a day of it.
Giddy up and get ready for Rodeo weekend, the best party in Three Forks. Here’s everything you need to know when you start planning your trip to the Headwaters for the end of July. Here are the highlights to hit during the favorite weekend in Three Forks.
A fun weekend activity in Montana is piling the whole family into the car and taking off for a drive to enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Here are some of the best scenic drives around Three Forks that’ll get you out churning miles and burning rubber—in the best way possible.
When the calendar says winter is over, it’s time to start dreaming of summer’s warmth and fun—even if the weather isn’t quite there yet. As the snow melt starts and the ground begins to thaw, here’s what you should be getting excited for in Three Forks.
Long winter nights don’t need to make you feel cabin-feverish in Three Forks. There’s plenty to do all day and well into the evening when it comes to beating winter blues. Start out early and end it late when you get things going at the Sacajawea.
Winter in Yellowstone isn’t a season you want to miss. With the benefit of fewer crowds, a more savage landscape, and a snow-fueled paradise for wildlife, it tops just about every other season for exploring the nation’s first national park. Here’s your ultimate guide to exploring Yellowstone under winter’s hush.
When winter comes knocking, you want to find the ultimate in stunning scenery to complement the fluffy white blanket of chill. While the Headwaters region may get less snowfall than the other side of the valley, you can still find plenty of winter wonderland to satisfy your inner Jack Frost. Head out to find these top spots for some winter scenery.
The crown jewel in the National Park System only shines brighter in winter. A trip to Yellowstone while it rests under a frosty blanket makes experiencing geysers and thermal features even more exciting. Don’t let the cold scare you off—with all that geothermal activity bubbling up, there are plenty of hot springs to hit up along the way that will keep you toasty warm. Multiple entrances accessible from Three Forks mean you can take your pick of the park, even when it’s not as simple as just hopping in the car to drive to Old Faithful. So embrace the journey, and get exploring!
The twinkle light game is always good, the small-town charm comes in strong, and the classic ambiance makes an appearance year-round. But there’s just something special about a winter wedding at the Sacajawea. Deck it all out with decadence and charm, and get the most perfect moment of your life on point, because the only thing you can’t plan for is that rush of love you’ll feel surrounded by your loved ones while you say “I do.” So take our advice for the perfect day, and pull out the stops for a winter wonderland wedding at the Sacajawea Hotel.
When it comes to staying warm this winter in the Headwaters, we have it covered. It’s rare to find so many establishments that people admit to driving hours just to indulge in (we’re raising a glass at you, Willow Creek Cafe and Frontier Bar). For such a small Montana town, Three Forks pulls out the stops when it comes to sipping a beer or cocktail when the nights get longer and longer in the depths of winter. These spots will give you the shot of summer that you’re looking for. So go grab a drink, and raise a glass to Jack Frost.
Date night just got an injection of rich romance. A sumptuous evening at the Sacajawea will get both of you in the mood for love with a luxurious reset that’s best enjoyed at this historic hotel. Spend some quality alone time with a romantic retreat, where a sophisticated date night turns to “all night” with ease. You’ll find plenty on hand to spark an even more amorous connection with your love.
Small-town Montana ups the ante when it comes to winter fun. In and around Three Forks, you’ll find the charm all through winter and beyond, with these seasonal events that make snowy weather even better.
Winter in Southwest Montana’s Headwaters region makes the rest of the state jealous. Ringed by mountains, snow-blanketed river valleys and cultural intrigue, the region draws you in for a riot of cold-weather fun. Follow these guidelines for a winter getaway to remember in Three Forks, Montana.
Change is in the air, and fall in the Headwaters region is the perfect time to relax, unwind and relish some activities you can only enjoy in autumn. Southwest Montana is all awash with fall colors and alpenglow sunsets, and a break from summer crowds means you have all this bite of Big Sky to yourself to enjoy. So saddle up, and set out to test some of these unforgettable tastes of fall fun.
The benefit of staying in Three Forks is being at the hub for easy access to everything Montana has to offer. Fall is prime time to take advantage of that—as days get crisp and leaves get crunchy, it offers the perfect opportunity to explore. The agricultural emphasis under the Big Sky takes an autumnal twist, with hay and corn mazes close at hand. Hop in the car for a quick drive to wind your way through classic fall flavor, and enjoy a little maze time.
Ennis, Montana, makes for a convenient stop on the way to just about any place you could want to check out in southwest Montana. Self-proclaimed as “an hour from anywhere,” Ennis is just a quick jaunt from Norris, Virginia City, Yellowstone and Three Forks. This is the place to slow down for a minute and get immersed.