Old Kirby Place - Cameron

When it comes to fly fishing lodges, it is so nice to stay in one that Jim Bridger might have found comfortably familiar. This historic lodge was built of hand-hewn logs, as are the adjoining cabins. The main building has a wrap-around front porch overlooking the famous Madison River, only a fly cast away and of course, unlike Jim Bridger's days, all rooms have private baths.

Set in a grove of trees and adjacent to the historic Hutchins Bridge, recently included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Old Kirby Place fronts on a stretch of the Madison River which is well known for its spectacular trout fishing. Located near the western edge of Yellowstone National Park, we are less than an hour's drive from such notable fly fishing rivers as the Gibbon, Firehole, Gallatin and Henry's Fork.

Amenities include comfortable lodging, a hearty breakfast, lunch a relaxing happy hour (open bar and hor's devours) after a full day's activities, followed by a gourmet dinner served family style around a long pumpkin pine table in the lodge's great room. Frequent dinner guests include local fly fishing guides who enliven the inevitable fish stories. All beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, are included in the rates.


Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
10 Sundance Bench
Cameron,  MT 59720

Phone: 406-682-4194
Toll Free: 888-875-8027

The Old Kirby Place is located on the Madison River, 34 miles south of Ennis 1475 Highway 287 North. Take exit at mile marker 15 to the west fork of the Madison River.

6/1 - 9/30

24 Hours

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

Reservations Recommended

Bar/Lounge, Breakfast, Dinner, Fine Dining, Hot Breakfast, Internet Access, Kitchen, Laundry, Lunch, Meals Included, Meeting Room, Non-Smoking, Parking, Refrigerator

Barbecue, Bird Watching, Fishing, Hiking, Horseshoes, Lake Fishing, Nature, Photography, Wildlife Viewing