Plan your Perfect Wedding

Whether you desire a small intimate ceremony or spectacular reception of 200 or more, Gibson Mansion is known for its grandeur and grace of a bygone era making for a storybook wedding experience. The gardens with its gazebo and many flower rooms offer a wonderful outdoor wedding location. The beautiful antique furniture, stained glass windows, grand staircase and rich woodwork are an impeccable backdrop for indoor events. Wedding and receptions held on the first floor can accommodate up to 40 guests, outdoor wedding and receptions can accommodate up to 250. Packages include exclusive use of the Mansion and staff to assist you in creating a perfectly romantic, gorgeous and stress-free wedding. We would love to meet with you to give you a tour and to customize a package specific to your event
Tom and Nancy Malikie
(406) 251-1345
A unique setting for a Wedding and Reception. There are several locations where the ceremonies can be held: Under the Cottonwood trees; in front of the Gazebo; the Fountain Plaza; and our new Rock Garden. Our commitment is to facilitate your very special day. Rocky Point Ranch and Lodge, in the heart of Montana's incredible natural beauty, is located between Thompson Falls and Plains, Montana. One and half hours from Missoula, Kalispell and Sandpoint. This destination will welcome you to a unique setting, spacious theme rooms, and the luxurious style of country splendor. We have 60 acres of property. The Lodge and the grounds are 100 feet from the beach on the Clark Fork River
Thompson Falls
Patti and Sam Bernhardt
(406) 827-6030


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