The Emily A Lodge Wildlife Lodge is a hand-crafted log lodge sitting on the banks of the Clearwater River. Enjoy 158 beautiful acres, fishing, wildlife, and endless recreational opportunities. The beautiful Emily A Lodge Wildlife Lodge over 8,000 square feet of living space and is picturesquely sitting just above the trout laden river rapids, forming riffles, eddies and pools amongst large boulders. The lodge has been remodeled to include a chef's kitchen and it is beautifully decorated, it is truly a trophy lodge including the quintessential towering rock fireplace and a giant mule deer antler chandelier. The lodge was used commercially years ago, creating many great memories for guests. The 6 bedrooms and 5.5 full baths provide spacious comfort for everyone. Every corner of this property is a showplace. The views and setting are nothing less than inspiring. This property includes a caretaker's home,and a 6 stall stable. In addition the property has a beautiful horse pasture and has been fully fenced. The bordering Forest Service land offers cross country skiing, hunting, hiking, groomed snowmobile trails, and ATV riding. While this property has been protected with a Conservation Easement, there is an additional home site included. The Clearwater River rambles through the property for over .6 of a mile.The Emily is located north of Seeley Lake at mile marker 20 on Highway 83 on the west side of the highway. This sportsman's enclave is a quintessential and prolific wildlife habitat. The river setting offers a safe-haven for waterfowl and river mammals. The forest has been managed for timber and wildlife and consists of pine, spruce, fir and a myriad of shrubs and other growth that ensures wildlife security and cover. The land is largely sub irrigated and is an alluvial and riparian mix. The abundant grasses on the forest floor and other food sources provide necessary feed to attract deer, elk, moose, bear, beaver, mink, waterfowl, eagles, osprey, hawks, and song birds. The Emily A is located in the beautiful Clearwater River Valley just 5 miles north Seeley Lake.