Stanton Creek is one of the last of a dying breed of old Montana establishments. Stanton Creek Lodge was established back in 1932 as a tourist stop selling huckleberries and it had a small grocery store, cafe and cabins. Today we have modern cabins, running water (hot and cold) fresh linens, electric heat and full RV pull through hook ups. Fishing awaits only 300 yards from the lodge and bear, deer, elk and other critters pass nearby.