Welcome to the Coyote Roadhouse Inn and Riverside Cabins

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     The Coyote Roadhouse Inn, located 4 miles east of Bigfork, boasts one of the most centrally located destinations in the entire Flathead Valley, with spectacular views of the Mission and Swan Mountain ranges and quick access to many local activities. You will find a unique combination of Montana hospitality, elegant country food, lodging and rustic cabins.
      The famous Coyote Roadhouse Restaurant, established in Bigfork Montana in 1986, instantly achieved a Mobile Guide "***" rating, and became known as "Montana's best restaurant," according to travel and Leisure magazine.
     In the years that followed, the restaurant continued to recieve numerous cooking awards and writeups. Finally, Executive Chef and owner Gary R. Hastings has been able to create a "true roadhouse" in the elegant country style of dining and lodging - all under the same roof!


The Coyote Roadhouse Inn & Restaurant
The Coyote Roadhouse Inn & Restaurant

     The Coyote Roadhouse is established on one of the first homesteads ever to be settled in the Flathead Valley during the late 1800s. The original Billy Moos homestead cabin remains to this day on this historical site.

Coyote Riverhouse Cabins -

     Exquisite country getaways with Swan River views and private decks perched over the river. Lots of room for families, or for intimate couples. Click here for more details on the cabins.

Activities -

     With 4 beautiful lakes within 10 minutes of the Roadhouse, Bigfork 4 miles away, Kalispell and Glacier National Park within 40 minutes or less, there are plenty of local activities to keep you busy. Of course, the main attractions of the area are Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake and Swan Lake, all of which attract thousands of visitors every year.

      If you enjoy hiking, you must explore the popular Jewel Basin or backpack into the Bob Marshall Wilderness for a truly natural outdoor experience. Many travelers come just to experience the excellent golfing the area has to offer. Other visitors test their skills fly fishing or spin casting the local rivers and lakes, many of which also have excellent canoeing, rafting and kayaking. If you enjoy swimming and if the lakes and rivers are not enough, then try the Big Sky Water Slide, in Columbia Falls, for the day. If you want to go off on your own path, there is plenty of space to bicycle, jog or just enjoy a leisure walk. The popular Bigfork Summer Playhouse offers a full summer schedule.

The Coyote Roadhouse Inn & Restaurant    The Coyote Roadhouse Inn & Restaurant
The Coyote Roadhouse Inn & Restaurant

How to find us -

     The Coyote Roadhouse Inn is located 7 miles east of Bigfork, Montana. At the intersection of Montana Highway 35 and Highway 209, south of Bigfork, proceed east on Hwy 209 for 4.5 miles. When you arrive at Ferndale, you will noticce a fire department on the left side of the highway. Turn left at fire hall and follow the signs saying Coyote Roadhouse. From the fire hall you are 2 miles from the site. Roads you travel on are Highway 209 east, Ferndale Drive, Eastman Drive, and finally Three Eagle Lane, you are there!

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You may also visit Coyote Roadhouse Pottery to view our selection of Ikebanas.