Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley Info

We are very fortunate to call Paradise Valley and its surrounding community our home. Aside from breathtaking views everywhere you look, the valley is home to a variety of local businesses, restaurants, and wonderful places to stay. While visiting Paradise Valley and fishing with us, we would like to highlight some of friends we are lucky to share this beautiful valley with.

Follow Yer Nose BBQ/Wildflour Bakery

Finger lickin’ good comfort food and fresh baked goods just behind the fly shop. Looking for your morning espresso and a cinnamon bun before your float trip? Head on back and see Rebecca and the gals to get your morning fix. If you are a fan of real, authentic barbeque then look no further. What better way to unwind after a long day on the river than 'Que fresh off the smoker and an ice-cold beer? rated Follow Yer Nose the best BBQ in the state and we cannot deny it. Perfect for any occasion!

Old Saloon & Livery Stable

Our old-west town wouldn’t be fit without a local saloon. Located next door to our fly shop, the Old Saloon and Livery Stable restaurant, established in 1903, is a great place to grab a drink or a bite to eat after a day of fishing. Looking for authentic Montana, you don't have to go any further. Be on the lookout for the band list as they have an awesome summertime outdoor music venue as well!

Chico Hot Springs and Lodge

If you need a day to unwind and relax while visiting us, Chico Hot Springs is a great place to go. The historic lodge has been operating for over 100 years and is a great time to soak up the hot thermal spring waters and a great place for the kids. A fully operational lodge and hotel, Chico covers it all. Great food, tavern, daily horseback rides, lodging and of course the hot spring pools.

Yellowstone Valley Grill

With a focus on farm-to-table fare, Yellowstone Valley Grill offers a menu as diverse as its breathtaking surroundings.  Be sure to make reservations in advance as there is limited occupancy. Their menu includes fresh sashimi to local steak cuts. Enjoy an evening on the patio overlooking the Yellowstone River with their extended wine menu and delicious food!

Murray Bar and Hotel / Gil’s Goods

Once frequented by the rugged outlaws of the west, the historic Murray Hotel and Bar are Livingston staples. Although it now lacks the outlaws that once visited, it is a great local hangout after a day of fishing. Stay for the night or stop by for a drink and food at Gil’s Goods next door!

Pine Creek Lodge & Café

A great outdoor venue with a dynamite kitchen and bar right in the heart of Paradise Valley. Before your visit, be sure to look at the bands visiting Pine Creek Lodge while you are here!  You will not be disappointed whether it is a concert show or brunch!


Emigrant General Store

No western town would be true without its general store. Looking for groceries, gas, beer/wine, hardware, or anything in between? You would be surprised what you can find in the Emigrant General Store. Perfect for filling your guides cooler with preferred beverages before your guide trip!

Rockin’ HK Outfitters

Heidi and Kipp Saille run the top notch horse stables at Chico.  If you’re looking for a trail ride in the valley or in Yellowstone Park, Rockin’ HK is the place to call.

Flying Pig Adventure Company & Montana White-Water Adventures

Outside of fly fishing there are other activities to take part in on the Yellowstone River. If you’re looking to fill your adrenaline needs, a day with on of our local river rafting outfitters is great fun. Based in Gardiner, MT both Fly Pig and Montana White-Water are great operations.

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