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At the base of the Beartooth Mountains, Red Lodge is an all-year resort town. Winter sports include downhill and cross-country skiing, while summer pursuits range from trout fishing and boating to water skiing on Cooney Reservoir.
Local legend attributes the town's name to a tribe of Crow Indians called the Red Lodge Clan, who covered their tepees with the local red clay. Coal-mining operations later drew many Europeans to the area.
The Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery, 11 W. Eighth St., displays the works of local and regional artists in the 1889 Northern Pacific Depot building; phone (406) 446-1370. A red Northern Pacific caboose sits on a section of restored track adjacent to the depot.

Red Lodge Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center 701 N. Broadway RED LODGE, MT 59068. Phone:(406)446-1718

A guide distributed by the chamber of commerce features a walking tour of the historic district and includes buildings that once served as schools, jails, courthouses, banks and hospitals.

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Comfort Inn by Choice Hotels of Red Lodge
612 N Broadway. Red Lodge, MT 59068
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The Pollard
2 N Broadway Ave. Red Lodge, MT 59068
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Yodeler Motel
601 S Broadway Ave. Red Lodge, MT 59068
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Rock Creek Resort
6380 US Hwy 212 S. Red Lodge, MT 59068
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