We encourage you to book your lodging in Missoula at one of these preferred hotels which are offering a special rate for the Maclean Festival. All are downtown, and within a short walk from the MCT Theater, the location for the Festival.
Double Tree by Hilton Missoula Edgewater - $179/night. Book by August 24. Click here to contact the Double Tree or call (406) 542-4611 and request the Maclean Festival rate.
Holiday Inn Missoula Downtown - $149/night. Book by August 14. Click here to contact the Holiday Inn. Note – the link is not mobile compatible. Or call (406) 721-8550 and ask for the Maclean Festival rate.
Residence Inn by Marriott – $209/night. Book by August 2. Click here to contact the Marriott Residence Inn or call (406) 542-6252 and ask for the Maclean Festival rate.
Lodges, Motels, Condos and Ranches
Summertime is high season in Seeley Lake, and we recommend early booking of lodging if you are staying in Seeley Lake.
aoacondos.com, (406) 677-2010
Double Arrow Resort has open rooms – book early!
doublearrowresort.com, (406) 677-2777
Eagle Port Lodge and the Lodges on Seeley Lake
thelodgesonseeleylake.com, (800) 990-9016
Grey Wolf Ranch
montanacabinrental.com, (406) 677-0119
Holland Lake Lodge
hollandlakelodge.com, (406) 754-2282
Kozy Korner B&B
Montana Island Lodge
Montana Pines Motel
ovandoinn.com, (406) 793-5555
richranch.com, (406) 677-2317
Seeley Lake Home Away
homeaway.com/vacation-rentals/montana/seeley-lake/r6087, (406) 677-6600
Seeley Lake Motor Lodge
seeleylakemotorlodge.com, (406) 677-2335
Seeley Swan Vacation Rentals
Seeley Lake VRBO
Standing Stones Bed & Breakfast
standingstonebandb.com, (406) 754-2892
Swan Valley Centre Cabins
tamaracks.com, (406) 677-2433
(800) 221-2057 or (406) 721-0990 or book online: erckhotels.com/rubys/
Ask for Maclean Festival rates ($79-$99). Airport shuttle and free breakfast.
Several campgrounds managed by the US Forest Service in Seeley Lake
Holland Lake Campground
20 miles north of Seeley Lake
Placid Lake State Park
8 miles southwest of Seeley Lake
Salmon Lake State Park
8 miles south of Seeley Lake