Fishing Lodge


This 10-year project began as a renovation to a century-old private fishing club. The main lodge and cabins suffered from years of neglect.

The new fishing lodge and clubhouse reference the grandeur of the original lodge with soaring volumes, fir and redwood timber joinery, hand-forged ironwork, and heavy stone masonry.

“Our goal was to design a collection of buildings that were so timeless and built with the most durable materials, that no one would ever want to knock them down.”
Brooks Walker, Partner, Walker Warner

The sleeping cabins are cozy and understated with simple forms, steeply pitched roofs, and rustic detailing. The entire infrastructure system was upgraded, incorporating compound-wide fire protection, new water supply, and both solar and hydropower.

“The rugged quality of the landscape and buildings gives you that good sort of tired feeling at the end of the day.”
Thomas Clapper, Senior Associate, Walker Warner

The expansive property and sensitively landscaped grounds offer an active outdoor experience where a full day of activities culminates with family and friends enjoying the comforts of the majestic new lodge.

Project info



Senior Project Managers

Thomas Clapper, Kevin Killen

Architectural Staff

Andre Chung, Brian Lang, Joseph Trott, Kas Seefeld



Lone Star Interior Design


Tom Hesseldenz & Associates


Yellowstone Traditions


Bruce Damonte


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