The restaurant at the 320 Guest Ranch is named in honor of Dr. Caroline McGill, the ranch’s second and most famous owner. As history tells, Dr. McGill first spotted the ranch in 1911 while riding on the back of a bobsled. McGill had moved to Butte, Montana for a job as a pathologist. While not busy tending to residents of the mining town, she found time to get outside to enjoy nature. Dr. McGill purchased the ranch in 1936 as a retreat for her patients and friends. Today, we share Dr. McGill’s vision of the 320 Guest Ranch as a place that is both mentally and physically restorative, where we can connect with nature, ourselves and each other.