We are conveniently located halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. Adjacent to the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness Area. The nearest airports are Butte, 26 miles east on I-90 and Missoula, 90 miles west on I-90.
Directions: To the White House Bed-n-Breakfast
Take Exit 208 off Hwy I-90,
go west on Montana 1 towards Anaconda,
turn left onto MT 569 toward Wisdom (just by the historic Anaconda Smelter Stack). After approximately 4 miles, turn right at the red house and garage. Cross the creek and follow the road straight. The road will curve to the right, then take the first right fork. The White House located at 629 Aspen Hills Trail is the second house on your left.
About the Area and it's History
The lodge and the Bed and Breakfast are both located about 8 miles south of Anaconda. Anaconda was founded by Marcus Daly, one of the Copper Kings. At the end of the 19th century, huge copper mines in the area around Anaconda provided the necessary materials for telegraph and telephone lines that were being strewn across America. Marcus Daly built his own copper smelter just outside of town. This mine attracted thousands of workers from around the world.
Anaconda is the gateway to the Pintler Primitive Area, Discovery Basin Ski Area, Deer Lodge National Forest, Lost Creek State Park, the Big Hole Battlefield, Georgetown Lake, and other lakes and ghost towns west of Anaconda. Close to Anaconda is Fairmont Hot Springs, the Warm Springs Fowl Refuge, and the Mount Haggin Wildlife Management Area. The Mount Haggin Wildlife Management Area has thousands of acres with many miles of beautiful trails that are ideal for the horse enthusiast. The Jack Nicklaus designated Old Works golf course, rated as Montana?s No. 1 course is located at Anaconda.
Local Places of Interest
Anaconda-Pintler Scenic Drive Loop
Mt. Haggin Wildlife Management Area
Mt. Haggin and Hearst
Philipsburg/Flint Creek Valley
Pioneer Mountains Scenic Drive and Crystal Park
Wisdom and Big Hole National Battlefield
Beaverhead Range and Bannack (First Capital)
Humbug Spires and Big Hole River
Butte Mineral Museum and Historic Mining Site
Deer-Lodge Prison and Working Ranch