From a former creekside chapel in the woods, to a hilltop Victorian with sweeping views across the Pintler Mountains, to the first Forbes Travel Guide 5-star guest ranch in the world, Philipsburg’s long history of unique lodging continues today, accommodating travelers on a budget as well as those looking to splurge on a luxury vacation in the West.
Campers and RVers will find ample space at Boulder Creek Lodge about 11 miles outside Philipsburg, with other options like tipis, a Conestoga covered wagon, and “The Chapel” with its own bell tower and stain glass window, plus a deck where guests can relax to the sounds of Boulder Creek below.
Recreational vehicles are also welcomed right in downtown Philipsburg, where both the Silver Street RV Park and Pintler Peaks RV Parks are just a short stroll from the main shops and restaurants along the town’s main street. The affordable lodging at The Inn at Philipsburg also accommodates RVs and tent camping, and has rooms with kitchenettes, all within walking distance of town attractions and is across the road from our long-time local grocery store, Huffman Grocery.
History buffs will love the renovated Broadway Hotel, built in 1890, and the Kaiser House Lodging, finished in 1881, both with views over Broadway Street. The hospitality continues with our bed and breakfast options at Quigley Cottage and B & B and Camp Creek Homefire Bed and Breakfast. Vacation rentals also abound in town and further into our mountain area, for those wanting to be at the doorstep of our fishing, hunting and hiking.
The Ranch at Rock Creek - an all-inclusive Relais & Chateaux property - also continues to lure guests from around the world to Philipsburg as a Forbes 5-star guest ranch, part of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection.