The heart of the building that is now the Yogo Inn was originally built to house Lewistown's Milwaukee Road train depot in 1913. When train use went into a decline and the last passenger train left the depot in 1955, the building was purchased by the Community Hotel Company in 1960. The company decided to incorporate the depot into a new 60-room hotel that was formally dedicated in 1963. Additions were made to the facility and today the Yogo Inn is a full service hotel and convention center with 123 guest rooms and meeting and conference facilities able to accommodate 300 attendees.
The Yogo Inn is named after the famous Yogo Sapphire mined exclusively in Central Montana and the only American gem found in the crown jewels of England. For more history, see Yogo Inn Background and History.
We are conveniently located in the exact center of the state and surrounded by four beautiful mountain ranges: the Judiths, the Moccasins, the Big Snowy Mountains and Little Snowy Mountains.
So, whether you're here for business, fishing or hunting, attending an event or sampling the breathtaking landscape, we invite you to make The Yogo Inn your country home away from home in Central Montana. Our mssion at the Yogo Inn is to ensure that the level of service meets or exceeds your expectations each and every visit.
211 East Main St., Lewistown, Montana; 1-800-860-9646; 406-535-8721