81.7 miles from Fort Peck Lake
THE CHICKEN COOP” offers a sunny, roomy, modern, space to spend some time in a quiet, peaceful, rural setting. The Big Sky of Montana offers a spectacular show of stars, northern lights on the right night, endless miles of crop land, wildlife, hospitality, and small town fun only 6 miles away. Come enjoy rural Montana- the last “best place”. Children must be supervised at ALL times! Farm equipment, dog, cat, chickens on property. Continental breakfast is provided.
Your lodging will be in the lower level of my home, and you will have your own entrance. Each room has its own thermostat heat control. There is a washer and dryer for your use. Kitchen has coffee pot, some pots and pans, dishes, etc. Bedding, towels, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, blow dryer, curling iron, provided. Continental breakfast on sight, but no other meals provided, but there are 2 eating places 6 miles away and several other eating places approximately 20 miles east and west of “The Chicken Coop”.
Lower level has 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, large living area, one bathroom separate from both bedrooms. You have a private entrance.
My chickens provide delicious eggs for your breakfast consumption. My chickens are my pets, so please don’t chase them or scare them, and keep an eye on the rooster -he can get feisty?? children have to be supervised at ALL times! September through December rates include close access to block management hunting areas, Quonset and dog kennel access.
I have a large outdoor dog kennel available during hunting season. Your dogs need to be well mannered and never allowed to roam free as I have free range chickens, a cat and my dog. I also have a Quonset if you want to put your dogs and kennels inside that building. I have well water and due to being located in the glacial till, my water is discolored due to tanins from buried organic matter. Drinking water is cleaned through a 6 stage reverse osmosis system, but bathing water is softened but discolored. Water report shows the water totally safe, but due to tanins is yellow in color.