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It's been a challenging year and you deserve a getaway. Come settle into a cabin, watch bald eagles soar through the valley and find rest in the mountains. Curious about reservations?Connect with the Front Office
Picking Your Dates
The best way to pick your dates and make a reservation is by connecting with the front office. With adventure camps offered during the summer months, retreats are only available during the fall, winter, and spring. Groups with a close-estimate of total guests and the ability to place a deposit are usually the fastest to secure their spot.
Five duplex cabins rest beneath the giant pine trees at Camp Bighorn, each with a large, covered front porch. Bunk beds sleep 7-10 guests per room, and guests are asked to bring along their favorite pillow and bedding.
The kitchen is popularly hailed as one of the best parts of camp. Bighorn staff work hard to prepare heaping portions of delicious menu items at every meal, which also features tasty alternatives for those with dietary restrictions. Just keep an ear out for the dinner bell and let us take care of the rest.
WildHer Weekend Retreat
A safe space for busy women to find community and grow more confident in their outdoor abilities. This brand new retreat is hosted by Camp Bighorn, and all women ages 16+ are welcome to attend.Read More
Love the food. Love your interest in our work and lives. You all are amazing... And as always, thank you for making it so comfortable for us.
This weekend exceeded our expectations. Having activities and discussions coincide made it relative to real life. We definitely felt more like family than visitors.
The Lodge functions as both a dining hall and meeting area, accommodating up to 200 people downstairs and as many as 100 people upstairs. A large stone fireplace, leather couches, and Adirondack chairs all serve as favorite gathering places. If you're inviting a guest speaker, many groups offer them the private suite located upstairs.
Wifi and Cell Reception
Cell phone reception might be difficult to come by here in the mountains. Many prefer the break from technology, but for those who need to stay connected during their visit, there is a free wifi network.
5 buildings, 10 rooms, 10 bathrooms and 80 beds total
Five duplex cabins rest beneath the giant pine trees at Camp Bighorn, each with a front porch. Bunk beds sleep 7-10 per room, and guests are asked to bring along their favorite pillow and bedding.
1 building, 8 rooms, 2 shared bathrooms and 64 beds total
These have been constructed within the frame of a renovated farm building, and each room is equipped with bunk beds and cabinet storage. Rooms sleep up to 8 people and guests are asked to bring along their favorite pillow and bedding.
Five RV/Camper spaces are available on-site with both water and electrical hookups. These spaces are surrounded by trees and sit just beneath the mountains. If you plan to bring an RV or camper, please call ahead to make a reservation as soon as possible. Sites tend to book quickly.
Note: Grey water disposal is only available at three of the five spots.
Usually open in the evenings, the Camp Store is a great place to find souvenirs and keepsakes. Have a sweet tooth? Snacks are available for just $1!
Laundry machines are conveniently located at the center of camp, with a folding table, iron, ironing board, and clothes hangers.
Add something fun to your retreat! When you sign up for an Adventure Package, you and your group get to head over to our Pro Shop to gear up for some fun memories.
- Aerial Adventure Park (high and low ropes courses)
- Rock Climbing
- Challenge Course
- Guided Hikes
On the River
- White Water Rafting
- White Water Kayaking
- Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Pricing / person
$37 - $42
Adventure Packages subject to change by season based on weather conditions.
Stroll through the orchard, try for a personal best at the frisbee golf course, practice your marksmanship at the gun range, or break out any of our yard games on the ball field.
Many trails can be found throughout the property, offering great spots to sit and take in the scenery. If you're adventurous enough, you can make your way up to the iconic view of the cross looking out across the valley. Love sitting around a fire? Campfire rings are located near the cabins and just above the banks of the Clark Fork River.
National Bison Range
The National Bison Range (30 minutes) is a National Wildlife Refuge established in 1908 to provide a sanctuary for the American bison. The NBR is one of the oldest National Wildlife Refuges in the United States, with a herd numbering between 350 and 500 that serves as the central point for bison research in the United States.
Health and Safety
Your health and safety are a top priority at Camp Bighorn. Here is what we're doing to follow COVID-19 guidelines given by state and federal health departments.COVID-19 Response
Frequently Asked Questions
Don't worry, our kitchen staff is more than happy to prepare delicious menu options, just for you. Be sure to include your dietary information on your registration forms and we'll take care of the rest. Have a specific question? Visit the 'Contact' page to send in a message.
Your health and safety are a top priority at Camp Bighorn. All adventure camps have been restructured in an effort to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 community spread, as advised by the operation plan provided by the Sanders County Health Department for Restaurants and Public Accommodations. These measures include social distancing, wearing face coverings, regularly sanitizing public spaces, daily health screenings, limiting group sizes, prioritizing outdoor gatherings over indoor gatherings, and more.