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Things to do during "cabin time" in Thompson Falls
Thompson Falls, MT cabins near Glacier National Park offer the Hiawatha Trail just down the road. On the banks of the Clark Fork River is the year round vacation destination Thompson Falls, MT. These Montana cabins, cottages, lodges, ranches and homes are surrounded by forested mountains and a variety of wildlife and recreation. Rental guests have plenty of activities to choose from: Enjoy stellar fishing, boating, or swimming in the Thompson Falls reservoir. In fact, there are three large reservoirs, so you can fish until your heart’s content or go water skiing. Pack a family lunch and head to the “island”! The photogenic community park is on a wooded island.
Return to your Thompson Falls area vacation rental after a full day of… Exploring Glacier Country and the surrounding million-acre Lolo and Kootenai forests; Cruising the Tour 200 - Highway 200 takes you between two mountain ranges; Discovering unique quilt Shows and the Old Jail Museum.
Friendly Western Montana ranch rental owners are knowledgeable about the area, so make sure you ask them about the many things to do. We recommend a visit to the Koo-Koo Sint Bighorn Sheep Viewing Site. Want to play some golf? Thompson Falls golf course is (to no surprise) heavily tree-lined. Everyone likes hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, fishing and hunting. What about some hardy winter fun? The lodging near Glacier National Park gets covered with more than 300 inches of fresh powder annually! Backcountry skiing and snowmobiling are close to your Thompson Falls cabin. Keep your binoculars ready for spotting deer, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, bears, and birds.
Lifetime memories are made at Western Montana cabins. Ideal for family reunions, annual weekend getaways, full week vacations, even weddings.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Thompson Falls seasonal things to do. Compare Thompson Falls lodging and ranches here, then book directly with owners or local managers and skip those middleman booking website traveler fees.