Lost Prairie B&B - Marion

This new log home is located in the scenic and secluded valley of Lost Prairie, 37 miles west of Kalispell, Montana on Highway 2 West. It's situated at the end of the Skydive Lost Prairie airstrip and two miles east of Montana Academy.

Surrounded by mountains and home to elk, deer, coyotes, eagles, hawks and more, the area provides hiking, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities while the B&B offers all the comforts of home. There are three common areas for guests' use-- great room, rec room/bar and loft reading room. There's also a wrap-around deck where guests can watch skydivers, herds of elk and white-tailed deer with their cute fawns.

There are three suites, each with private baths. The upper suites have private balconies with great views. Each room accommodates two individuals with a queen bed for $130 per night, plus tax. This includes full breakfast and evening snacks and beverage. Evening meals can be provided with advance notice for an additional charge of $30. Whole house is available upon request. Pets are welcome with prior approval.

Lost Prairie B&B is a smoke free facility.


Mailing Address

Street Address
2970 Lower Lost Prairie Rd
Marion,  MT 59925

Phone: 406-407-2180

Turn north 32 miles west of Kalispell on Highway 2, (between milepost 88 and 87)onto Lost Prairie Road and continue 4 miles, turn right onto Lower Lost Prairie Road and continue 1.1 miles and turn left onto driveway.

All Year

24 Hours

American Express, Cash, Master Card, Paypal, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Visa

Reservations Accepted, Reservations Recommended, Reservations Required

Bicycle Rental, Books, Breakfast, Continental Breakfast Included, Dvd, Fax Service, Full Breakfast Included, Hot Breakfast, In-Room Coffee, In-Room Movies, Internet Access, Internet Access Wireless, Kitchen, Laundry, Non-Smoking, Non-Smoking Rooms, Parking, Pets Allowed, Suites

Barbecue, Bicycling, Bird Watching, Board Game, Day Tour, Family Reunions, Fishing, Hiking, Nature, Photography, Walking, Wildlife Viewing, Winter Sport