Arrowpeak LodgeA Montana Farmers Union Facility
Welcome to the Arrowpeak Lodge!
Montana Farmers Union has made the decision to close Arrowpeak Lodge for the summer.If you have booked an event at Arrowpeak Lodge and have questions please call the Montana Farmers Union state office at 406.452.6406.The facility is booked out through 2021.
About the Lodge:
With 144 acres of tranquil beauty and numerous recreational opportunities, the Arrowpeak Lodge is the largest facility of its kind in Central Montana. Located just 40 miles east of Great Falls the Arrowpeak Lodge features five individual buildings set against some of the most breath-taking scenery imaginable.
For many years, the facility was known as the Arrowpeak Camp and hosted youth camps in the summer. Beginning in June of 2011, the Arrowpeak Camp was transformed into the Arrowpeak Lodge and is now available for weddings, receptions, family reunions, church functions, business meetings, corporate retreats and youth camps. When you have your event at the Arrowpeak Lodge, you are creating a true, Montana Memory. At the Arrowpeak Lodge you are welcome to bring your own food and beverages and use the modern kitchen in the Main Lodge at no additional charge or you can select from one of our recommended caterers.
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When you have your event at the Arrowpeak Lodge, we provide complimentary lodging for up to100 guests. All of the necessary bed and bath linens are also included. You may also bring tents and RV’s.
- 10 individual, fully furnished log cabins. Each with their own private bathroom and parking space. Each cabin also includes a Queen Size Bed, Dresser, Microwave, Refrigerator, Heating/Air Condition and a spacious patio with chairs so you can watch the deer go by.
- A large shower building with six, separate private shower rooms. Each shower room contains its own restroom and changing area. There is also an ADA/Handicapped Approved Shower Room.
For more information please call the Montana Farmers Union state office at 406.452.6406. Photos by Elizabeth Moore • ©2011
Directions from Great Falls:
Directions: Take 10th Ave South east out of town. It turns into US-89 S /MT 200 E as you leave Great Falls. Continue to follow it for 3 miles. Turn Left onto Hwy 228 towards Highwood. Travel 12 miles on Hwy 228 until you reach the intersection of Hwy 228 & 331. Stop at the intersection and continue STRAIGHT onto the gravel road. Follow the gravel road for 10 miles until you reach a “Y” in the road. Look for the Arrowpeak Sign and take at RIGHT at the “Y.” Follow that gravel road six miles. Cross the bridge and the Arrowpeak Lodge is about 1/4 mile up the hill.
Directions from Billings:
Take the highway towards Great Falls. About 30 miles east of Great Falls you will pass the Armington Junction/Rest Stop on your right side. Continue on the highway and go up a large hill. At the top of the hill – there is a turnoff to the town of Belt. Turn right and drive into Belt. Go past the Belt Grocery Store and at the intersection yield slightly to the left. Once done, you will pass the Belt Valley Bank on your right side. Continue through the residential area and head into the country for about seven-eight miles. Along the way you will pass a large church on your right side. You will come to a 3-way intersection. Turn Right on to the gravel road. From there it is 16 miles to the Arrowpeak Lodge.