Sarpy Creek Guest House is a two bedroom country house. Excellent hunting nearby. A walking trail along the creek is available to guests. Situated on a 430 acre, 5th generation family farm, quiet, country setting says it all. Enjoy bird watching and other wildlife viewing. Come across a footbridge to a private picnic grounds with an open fire pit. Several roads throughout the farm provide a fun bicycling outing. Seasonal wild fruit and a real treasure through agate and fossil hunting nearby. Hunter's paradise with upland birds, ducks and geese, whitetail and mule deer, and antelope in the area. Short distance to boat access to Yellowstone and Big Horn Rivers.
Small town friendliness and conveniences, including a city park and swimming pool, and museum, can be found in the county seat of Hysham, just 4 miles west of the guest house. To the east, near radius of Sarpy Creek Guest House one can find Billings, the largest city in Montana; Little Bighorn Battlefield and the reenactment of Custer's Last Stand; Miles City, the cowboy capital and home of the world famous Bucking Horse Sale; Ingomar and the historic Jersey Lilly saloon and restaurant. Come and enjoy the true meaning of the vastness of Big Sky Country at Sarpy Creek Guest House. Spacious, outdoor relaxation with city amenities nearby.
Sarpy Creek Guest House is located 1 1/2 miles north of I-94 on Sarpy Creek Road Exit (Exit 72) 4 miles east of Hysham and 22 miles west of Forsyth.
From Billings, Sarpy Creek Guest House is approximately 75 miles east on I-94.Sarpy Creek Guest House is located 1 1/2 miles north of I-94 on Sarpy Creek Road Exit (Exit 72) 4 miles east of Hysham and 22 miles west of Forsyth.
From Billings, Sarpy Creek Guest House is approximately 75 miles east on I-94.
424 Old Highway 10