Sundance Lodge and Four Dances Area offers great bird watching trails where pheasants, ducks, mallards and other waterfowl can be spotted. The Sundance Lodge property was acquired by BLM from Thomas Altman in 1997 and the Four Dances Natural Area was acquired by BLM from Vincent and Louise Larsen in 1999.
The Four Dance Natural Area has a parking lot with restrooms and signage. Hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and nature watching are available. No bicycles, motorized vehicles, or horses are allowed. A quarter mile footpath leads to the top of a rimrock wall overlooking the Yellowstone River.
Directions: Sundance Lodge is located south of Laurel on Thiel Road off Highway 212 South
.Four Dances Recreation Area is located off I-90 by taking exit 452, proceed west on Bobourn Road 1.5 miles.
Sundance Lodge and Four Dances Area
Bureau of Land Management, Billings, MT 59107
- Wildlife Viewing
- Bird Watching