MISSOURI RIVER MONTANA LODGING
Headhunters offers a wide variety of lodging options for anglers visiting the Missouri River, including our own Craig Trout Camp, some of the most popular digs on the river. Whether you need a simple room for 2, or a large house for a group of 10, we can get you set up with the best options in the Canyon. Our staff is more than familiar with all of our lodging options, and can answer any question you have, as well as make the right recommendation for your group.
For a detailed list of all of our lodging options, check out our lodging website at www.craiglodging.com.
MORE TROUT THAN LODGING
The Missouri River has a ton of trout swimming in it. What it doesn’t have is a ton of lodging. Many visitors want to stay in the immediate Craig area, and while we represent more Craig Lodging than anyone, it is still limited and in high demand. Further down the Canyon, lodging is comprised of rental homes and Canyons, so rooms for 2 are almost non-existent. If you wait too long to book your lodging, you may end up staying in Great Falls or Helena. Though you won’t be right on the river, a quick 45 minute drive on Interstate 15 will have you here. Easy by Montana standards.
The CRAIG TROUT CAMP
The Craig Trout Camp provides Missouri River Montana Lodging for anglers from all over the world. Comprised of 4 cabins and 3 RV sites, the Trout Camp is located adjacent to Headhunters Fly Shop right in Craig. You are within walking distance to everything – Headhunters, Izaak’s Restaurant, Joe’s Craig Bar, papa’s and even the river if you want to go make a cast or two before you go to bed. All of our cabins have large flat screen TV’s with satellite service, AC, daily housekeeping, and outside deck areas. These are the most popular options on the river.
The place to stay if you’re fishing the Missouri River, but not if you seek solitude. Craig is a bustling place, with the most popular drinking and dining establishments on the river, as well as 3 fly shops and one of the busiest boat ramps in Montana. When you stay in Craig, you park your car and leave it. Everything is a short walk… meet your guide, go to dinner, pick up some flies or a new rod at Headhunters!
“The Canyon” refers to any location along the river between Craig and Cascade. The scenery in the Canyon is great. Cell service and WiFi are non-existent at most Canyon locations, however. We have several lodging options in the Canyon, including the Osprey House, Stickney House, the Reel Time Cabin, Jumping Rainbow and others.
The small town of Cascade lies 20 miles north of Craig on I-15. You can find a couple of small hotels, groceries, local drinking and eating joints, a post office and gasoline. There is cell phone service in Cascade.