Welcome To Medicine Lake!
Welcome hunters and visitors! The Town of Medicine Lake and it’s warm and friendly people are glad to have you as part of our community during your stay. Our town has many friendly faces and special services ready to accommodate your needs. We hope this brief publication will help guide you around town.
Where To Stay?
Although accommodations are limited in town, there are a couple of places to check out. The Club Bar and Hotel has rooms for rent on a nightly or weekly basis. We suggest you make reservations early as these places fill up fast.
Lodging & Camping:
- Campground - Full Hookups. Wayne Stringer (406) 789-2244
- Campground - Electrical, showers, bathrooms. Chris & Amy Ator (406) 789-2454
- Club Bar - Rooms for rent. 202 Main Street (406) 789-2208
Where To Eat?
The Laketonian Café on Main Street serves up a full menu of tasty food.
The Eight Ball Inn, open in the afternoons, is a great place for an evening meal. Jerry and Lori Jensen, owners, serve up a terrific steak dinner, as well as chicken, burgers, and other snacks. Jerry (“JJ”) is a big Yankees fan, so if you are from Boston, look out! VISA, Mastercard and American Express accepted!
The Club Bar and Hotel is a great place for homemade pizza, burgers, and an occasional home cooked meal. Marilyn Smith is the head cook and owner, and she is ready and willing to accommodate your needs. Accepting all major credit cards.
What To Do?
When you are not engaged in hunting there are several places to visit in and around Medicine Lake. The Equine Connection and owner Louise Urdahl have a wide assortment of special gift items to take back home as a “peace offering” to your loved ones. Medicine Lake Supply has auto needs, nuts and bolts, hardware items and many other “necessities”. Medicine Lake Liquor Store and owners Tim and Sue Hutslar have a full selection of spirits and wine, as well as an interesting assortment of antiques on display.
If you need banking services, the Daniels-Sheridan Federal Credit Union on Main Street can serve your needs, including a 24 hour ATM.
Our area is rich in history and tradition. Historic Fort Union and Fort Buford are an hour drive from Medicine Lake. The Culbertson museum is one of the best in the area. Medicine Lake Wildlife Refuge ½ mile from town is a must see! The Missouri River, and the route of the Lewis and Clark expedition, is 30 miles South.
In Case of Emergency!
We do have county wide 911 emergency response service. The nearest hospitals are Plentywood (20 miles north) or Culbertson (27 miles south). Veterinary services are in Plentywood and Williston, N.D. For travel and road information call 511.
And Lastly. . .
We again welcome you to our town and thank you for spending some time in Medicine Lake! Stop in the Liquor Store or the City Clerks office if you need more information. We hope you will come back and see us again.
Here’s to a great time in Medicine Lake, Montana!