Surrounded by the tumbling West Fork of the Gallatin River, and perched on 13.2 towering acres, this compound was designed as a fortress of fun. Campers young and old will find their niche on the grounds of this Big Sky classic.
Active families and spritely retirees will never find themselves at a loss for what to do next at Camp West Fork. Surrounded by immaculate landscaping, you’ll find all your favorite games. Dedicated and amateur enthusiasts will find two regulation-sized pickleball courts, bocce, horseshoe, and driving range facilities. Those interested in lighter play will find a pond for paddling, a teepee for telling stories and three sunning patios for simply lounging with a cold mojito and good conversation.
For those with fancy fishing, viewing wildlife, or simply wanting an escape, a nature walk is a mere step from the main lawn. A winding foot trail through pine forest quickly leads to river solitude and approximately 1,300 feet of water frontage along the West Fork of the Gallatin River.
This hand-scribed and peeled log Main House is a truly livable space. Built in 1984 by Blue Ribbon Builders, and updated in 2008, this space simply says “reunion”: three floors, a grand living room, game room, four bedrooms, a bunk room, five full bathrooms, two fireplaces, and an indoor hot tub and redwood sauna. Oh right . . . and a dog shower area for the final canine family members. Rustic finish work characterizes the main level, including hardwood floors and granite countertops and chopping block countertops in the kitchen.
A two-story Guest House, built in 1975, sits twenty paces from the Main House. With all of this lawn, house and the accompanying gear, you’re going to need someone to look after it all, right? The downstairs of this building is designed as a caretaker’s quarters, with a kitchen and living area.
Camp West Fork is centrally-located in Big Sky, off the main artery, Lone Mountain Road. Adjacent to the paved bike bath meandering through all of town, leading the Town Center and local school. Concerts in the Meadow, trips to the grocery store or your favorite Big Sky restaurant and jaunts to area trails are all within easy walking, biking and driving distance. Most critically, Camp West Fork places you at the ideal point on the map to take in views of Lone Peak, Pioneer Mountain and Yellow Mountain, from the deck or yard.