The Rocker Inn lies at the crossroads of the Pacific Northwest, at the junction of Interstate 90 and Interstate 15, just on the outskirts of the historic mining city of Butte. Nestled in the Northern Rockies at the foot of the Continental Divide, this facility is nearly halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
A multitude of summer activities abound in this Gold West Country. World famous Big Hole River fishing, boating at Georgetown Lake, camping, hiking and hunting can all be enjoyed. Winter fun is equally close with alpine and Nordic skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. For those interested in sightseeing, the Rocker Inn is near historic ghost towns, the Pintlar Scenic Route, Lewis and Clark Caverns and the World Museum of Mining.
The Rocker Inn's friendly staff and economy prices assure an enjoyable stay. Services include free in-room movies, non-smoking rooms, a quiet lounge and an adjacent twenty-four hour restaurant. The Inn also provides winter plug-ins, large vehicle parking, a twenty-four hour courtesy car and easy highway access.