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Scenic Drives around Three Forks

Posted by Sacajawea Hotel on May 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Spring weather starts to get nicer and nicer as the pages on the calendar turn, but sometimes it’s still iffy whether your hike will take you into a snow flurry or shorts weather. Enter: the spring drive. And when you take it to the ultimate scenic level, it brings your road wandering apex of awesome. Here are some of the best scenic drives around Three Forks that’ll get you out and burning rubber and churning up the miles—in the best way possible.

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Topics: Weekend Getaway, Sightseeing, For Families, For Couples, Historic Montana, Missouri Headwaters


Posted by Sacajawea Hotel on May 16, 2019 8:00:00 AM

June in Gallatin county is like the mecca of good times to be had. The patios are open, Music on Main has started up, the Farmer's Market is in full swing, the Art Walk kicks off, and the list goes on. At the top of ours sits the much anticipated Headwaters Country Jam--a three day, rip-roaring outdoor festival in the heart of the valley.  

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Topics: Summer Activities, Sightseeing, Headwaters Insider, Art and Culture, Missouri Headwaters, Headwaters Country Jam

Why Missouri Headwaters State Park Is a Can't-Miss Attraction

Posted by Sacajawea Hotel on Apr 25, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Missouri Headwaters State Park flies under the radar as far as Montana parks go, but if you give it the chance, it’ll blow you away. Just a short jaunt from Three Forks (as in, five miles away by car or bike), it’s about as easy to get to as you can get. Here are a few of the top reasons to check it out.

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Topics: Hiking, Biking, Sightseeing, Fishing, For Families, Missouri Headwaters, Best Kept Secret, Horseback Riding, Fossils, Birding

Where Does The Name "Sacajawea" Come From?

Posted by Sacajawea Hotel on Apr 18, 2019 8:00:00 AM

We’re talking about a lot more than just the name of a hotel here—when it comes to icons of American history, Sacajawea ranks near the top. Most people familiar with the history of the western states know the name well, aware of her for her contribution to the flowing river of exploration and expansion in this country. The checkered past between European invaders and native peoples finds a brief moment of peace in the chapter of her story that involved working with the Lewis & Clark Expedition.

But who was Sacajawea, really? And how did she help shape the Missouri Headwaters Region that we know today? Her story goes far deeper than just her role as an interpreter and guide for the Corps of Discovery. Read on to find out more about the woman who helped shape the country’s history.

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Topics: History, Sightseeing, Sacajawea Hotel, Historic Montana, Missouri Headwaters, Sacajawea, Lewis & Clark, Corps of Discovery


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Your Guide to Three Forks, the Headwaters, and the Surrounding Area

Our blog offers a variety of helpful information to inspire your stay at the Sacajawea Hotel. Come for relaxation or take the opportunity to explore an area filled with indoor and outdoor activities, historical adventures, exciting events and much more. Whether you are looking for a luxurious getaway or a little excitement, we're here to help make your trip an unforgettable experience.


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