There are few experiences as relaxing and refreshing as a night spent along one of western Montana's iconic waterways. Rock Creek, Montana’s first blue ribbon trout fishery, is a world-famous destination for fly fishermen, nature enthusiasts and Montana lovers of all stripes. And right at the confluence of Rock Creek and the majestic Clark Fork River sits the Five Valleys Land Trust Rock Creek Confluence Property and Confluence Cabin.
When Five Valleys purchased Confluence Property in 2012, the cabin property came along with it. Ever since, Five Valleys has worked to restore the land and improve the site, and today the cabin is available for rental by the public.
The Confluence Cabin sits on the historic 300-acre Corra Ranch that has served as a gateway to Rock Creek for over a century, welcoming visitors and residents to the renown valley that stretches south to the Pintler Wilderness and the Continental Divide, and is just 25 miles from Missoula. Whatever your ideal weekend getaway involves, the Confluence Cabin is the perfect base camp.
Kick back and relax at the porch or by the fire pit. Enjoy fly fishing, bird watching and hiking right off the porch! The cabin is close to Ekstrom's Stage Station, a general store, fly shop, espresso stand, and restaurant.
The Confluence Cabin sleeps five people. It includes two bedrooms, a cozy livingroom with a fireplace and pull-out couch, a walk-in shower, a full kitchen and dining area, a washer and dryer, television, wireless internet, a gas barbecue, not to mention views to remember!
We work with Airbnb to schedule rentals. The cabin is available year-round.
Learn more about our Rock Creek Confluence Property's restoration.
Cabin photos by Five Valleys staff.