One of Montana's most iconic establishments needs your help, or it could be gone forever.

Pine Creek Lodge is a very special place. The popular indoor/outdoor concert venue in the Paradise Valley between Livingston and the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park features campsites, cabins, and a full restaurant to accommodate concertgoers. If you've been lucky enough to catch a show at Pine Creek Lodge, you're lucky enough.

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During the summer of 2022, John Mayer played three benefit shows to help victims that were affected by the historic flooding of the Yellowstone River. Throughout the years, many artists have graced the stage at Pine Creek Lodge.

Sadly, it seems that the future of the Pine Creek Lodge could be in jeopardy, and the business is asking customers for help. The following statement was shared on their website.

Pine Creek Lodge family, we need your help! The Park County Commission is proposing a parking ordinance for the Pine Creek area that would prevent any parking on all roads surrounding Pine Creek Lodge. This ordinance would prevent us from doing any business at all going forward. No brunch. No dinner. No trivia. And no music. This measure is going to be heard in just a couple of days, on January 24 at 9:00 a.m. We need you to show your opposition to this measure before that day to help us keep the doors open!


Three Ways to Show Your Support and Help Save Pine Creek Lodge

    1. Send a letter to the Park County Commission to oppose the measure. Click here to submit a letter of opposition or to get a phone number and make a call to the 3 Park County Commissioners. Here's an example of what the letter should say.
    2. Attend the meeting in person: on Tuesday, January 24, at 9:00 a.m. in the Community Room at the City/County Building at 414 E. Callender St., Livingston, MT
    3. Join the hearing virtually: on Tuesday, January 24, at 9:00 a.m.. Call in to 1-571-748-4021, ID 2896157# or join

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