Olney, MT

Between Whitefish and Eureka, Olney sits in the heart of the Kootenai National Forest. The surrounding wilderness includes numerous ranger stations, cabins and lookouts maintained by the U.S. Forest Service. Many of the cabins and lookouts are available for overnight rental and provide a rustic wilderness experience complete with authentic Montana views. Go boating, canoeing and fishing on Olney's nearby lakes—Upper Stillwater and Whitefish Lake.

Insider Tip

Whitefish are found in the area's lakes and you'll find them served fresh at a handful of local restaurants.

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Dog Creek Lodge

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 8775 US HIghway 93 North
  • Phone: 406.881.2071
  • Website: dogcreeklodge.com

Dog Sled Adventures

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 8400 US Highway 93 North
  • Phone: 406.881.2275
  • Website: dogsledadventuresmontana.com

Great Northern Powder Guides

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 8955 US Highway 93 North
  • Phone: 406.881.2032
  • Website: greatnorthernpowderguides.com

Meadow Retreat

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 800 Old Fort Steele Trail
  • Phone: 406.200.8689
  • Website: mountainmeadowretreat.com

Point of Rocks

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 10035 US Highway 93 North
  • Phone: 406.881.2752

Race to the Sky Sled Dog Race

  • City: Olney
  • Address: PO Box 76
  • Phone: 406.881.3647
  • Website: racetothesky.org

Upper Whitefish Lake Campground

  • City: Olney
  • Address: PO Box 164
  • Phone: 406.881.2371
  • Website: dnrc.mt.gov

Werner Peak Lookout

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 7425 Highway 93 South
  • Phone: 406.881.2371
  • Website: dnrc.mt.gov/divisions/trust/real-estate/recreational-property-rentals

Winter Wonderland Sports

  • City: Olney
  • Address: 16 Bell Street
  • Phone: 406.257.2627
  • Website: winterwonderlandsports.com

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