• Red cliffs descend into the water of Bighorn Canyon

    Bighorn Canyon

    National Recreation Area MT,WY

Concessionaires

If you are unable to bring your boat or do not own a boat, there is still hope of seeing the canyon from the water. You may join Hidden Treasure Charters for an unforgettable journey, rent a canoe from Horseshoe Bend Marina or a pontoon boat from the Ok-A-Beh Marina.

 
Ok-A-Beh Marina

Ok-A-Beh Marina

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Ok-A-Beh Marina
The Ok-A-Beh Marina is located near Fort Smith, Montana, south of Hardin. It is open from Memorial Day until Labor Day throughout 2011. The operating hours will be:

Weekdays: 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Weekends: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Marina offers:

  • Gas and Oil
  • Safety Equipment
  • Fishing and Boating Supplies
  • Boat Storage
  • Food and Beverages
  • Pontoon Rentals
  • Lunch and Dinner

To contact the Ok-A-Beh Marina:

Phone: 406-666-2349
Address: Ok-A-Beh Marina
PO Box 515
Hardin, MT 59034

 
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Horseshoe Bend

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Horseshoe Bend Marina
The Horseshoe Bend Marina is located 14 miles outside of Lovell, Wyoming, just off Wyoming Highway 37. It is open Memorial Day weekend through September 30th.

The Marina offers:

  • Gas and Oil
  • Safety Equipment
  • Fishing And Boating Supplies
  • Paddle Boat Rental
  • Food And Beverages
  • Boat Slip Rental
  • Food And Snacks

To contact the Horseshoe Bend Marina:

Phone: 307-548-7230 (Summer)
623-693-0576 (Winter)
E-mail: montxc@yahoo.com

 
Hidden Treasure Charters boat ready for launch

Hidden Treasure Charters boat ready for launch

Hidden Treasure Charters

Hidden Treasure Charters & Wyoming Eco-tours
Hidden Treasure Charters offers scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon.

Services Offered:

2 hour tours daily from Horseshoe Bend during summer months.

  • Fri, Sat, Sun 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Large group tours and fishing charters by reservation.

To contact Hidden Treasure Charters:

Did You Know?

Evening primrose with red chugwater background, photo by Sharon Genaux

Of the 739 documented plant species at Bighorn Canyon, 14% are non-native. These invasive species can lead to fire hazards, degrade habitat, and cause soil erosion. More...