Marion, MT

Located just off U.S. Highway 2 near Little Bitterroot Lake, Marion was initially used by railroad workers building the railroad line into Kalispell. Nearby Lost Trail National Wildlife Refuge provides a diverse habitat for various bird species, as well as deer, elk, moose, black bear, lynx and wolverines.

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Bitterroot Lake House

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 885 Bitterroot Drive
  • Phone: 406.862.9224
  • Website: vrbo.com/492937

Cabin Creek Landing Bed & Breakfast

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 1771 Bitterroot Drive
  • Phone: 406.854.2126
  • Website: cabincreekbb.com

Cabin on Little Bitterroot Lake

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 1074 Kelsey Road
  • Phone: 406.471.8101
  • Website: vrbo.com/750232

Dream Haven Guest Ranch

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 11055 Highway 2 West
  • Phone: 406.858.2020
  • Website: dreamhavenguestranch.com

Forest Green Lodge

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 182 Boisverts Ridge
  • Phone: 406.858.2484
  • Website: vrbo.com/4466156ha

Hilltop Hitchin' Post

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 8225 US Highway 2 West
  • Phone: 406.854.2442

Lost Prairie Bed & Breakfast LLC

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 2970 Lower Lost Prairie Road
  • Phone: 406.407.2180
  • Website: lostprairiebandb.com

McGregor Shores Lakefront Vacation Rental

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 340 McGregor Lane
  • Phone: 406.858.2422
  • Website: mcgregorlake.us

Skydive Lost Prairie

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 3175 Lower Lost Prairie Road
  • Phone: 406.858.2493
  • Website: skydivelostprairie.com

The Lodge at McGregor Lake

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 12250 US Highway 2 West
  • Phone: 406.858.2253
  • Website: thelodgeatmcgregorlake.com

The Lodge at McGregor Lake Annual Fishing Derby

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 12250 U.S. HWY 2 W
  • Phone: 406.858.2253
  • Website: thelodgeatmcgregorlake.com/

The Lodge at McGregor Lake Restaurant & Bar

  • City: Marion
  • Address: 12250 US Highway 2 West
  • Phone: 406.858.2253
  • Website: thelodgeatmcgregorlake.com

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