Description: The Meadowlark is a spacious guest house located along the Lewis & Clark Trail. Enjoy the Montana Missouri River Breaks, our famous Big Sky, abundant wildlife, and our western hospitality in a quiet setting surrounded by farm and ranch lands close to the Missouri River and the Lewis & Clark Trail. The spectacular Northern Lights are often seen on clear nights all times of the year shooting bands and streaks of light across the night sky.
Rodeos, summer theatre, hunting, fishing, dinosaur digs, museums, pioneer towns, golfing the Fort Union Trading Post, Fort Peck Dam & Lake, the Charles M. Russell Wildlife Range, along with the National Historic Lewis & Clark Bridge, the only remaining Pennsylvania through truss bridge in Montana, are all within a seventy mile radius of The Meadowlark.
Your stay at The Meadowlark includes a complimentary evening dessert along with a farm style breakfast in a family atmosphere in your host's nearby home. Meals are prepared on a full size cast iron AGA Cooker. We offer the climate controlled Rose and Badlands Suites. The Rose has 1 bedroom, bath w/shower, laundry, kitchen, dining & living room with a queen sofa bed. An upright grand piano and TV are in this suite. The Badlands has 1 bedroom, bath w/shower, sitting room with TV, treadmill and organ. It is decorated in beautiful knotty pine with hand-crafted quilts. Airline, Amtrak, and limousine service are available. For further information call 405-525-3289.
Directions: The Meadowlark is located off Highway #13 between Circle and Wolf Point in northeast Montana. From Wolf Point, travel south on Highway 25 to Highway 13, approximately 6 miles. Cross the bridge and travel south 2 miles on Highway 13 to mile marker 44 on top of a hill. Turn left on a gravel road. Go 8.6 miles down Nickwall Road and turn left at the farmstead with the long white fence, red brick home and yellow guest house. From Circle, travel north on Highway 13 to mile marker 44. Turn right on the gravel road (Nickwall Road) 8.6 miles. Turn left at the farmstead described above.