Thinking about a peaceful vacation? Wildlife is abundant around this authentic Bigfork, MT log cabin. Watch for turkey and deer - Deer might even walk across your porch!
The kitchenette has a slate countertop, gas cooktop (no oven), toaster, microwave and coffeemaker. Cabin 3 has a larger refrigerator than Cabin 1 or 2. Our guests love the outdoors, so the picnic table and gas BBQ grill are popular outdoor amenities.
Sleeping arrangement: Queen bed in the bedroom and a full bed in the front room.
Location! The west entrance to Glacier is 1 hour away. A scenic 1 mile walk to downtown Bigfork. Size! Our 47 acres belongs to you and your family. Shopping! Unique describes your experience at local shops, galleries, excellent restaurants.
Our (3) 1 bedroom resort cabins are made from timber harvested on the property. If your couples getaway turns into friends and family, rent all 3 cabins and vacation together.
No matter what season you visit, you’re going to run out of time before you run out of things to do in Bigfork country! Winter brings Downhill & Cross-country Skiing (Blacktail Mountain, Whitefish Mountain, Crane Mountain, Swan Mountains); Brewfest (22 amazing breweries), and of course Glacier National Park (two mountain ranges, 12 large lakes and 700 smaller lakes).
Cabin 3 at Bigfork Stage Cabins is lucky to be in a Montana ski-town that doubles as a nature-lover’s paradise! It’s near Flathead Lake and Echo Lake, so renting a family boat, deck boat or pontoon might be right up your adventure alley. Nearby events include Whitewater rafting, Dragon Boat Races, Spartan Race, Crown of the Continent, Festival of the Arts, Christmas Parade.
Get even further away from it all by hiking into the Jewel Basin - a favorite among Bigfork locals. The 40 mile drive to Glacier National Park is worth it. The drive over the Continental Divide along the Going to the Sun Road. Don’t stop there, adventure into the Park! See Glacier from a different perspective – horseback! We can help you connect with Swan Mountain Outfitters and be part of the nearly century long tradition of trail riding in the Park.
Things to remember: We rent housekeeping cabins, so leave them as you found them to avoid extra fees. Wireless internet is available in the office. Linens can be exchanged on request.
$100 - $175 per night
$630 - $1100 per week
$819 - $1430 per week
June 15 - September 15
$175 / night, $1100 / week
September 16 - June 14
$100 / night, $630 / week
Check-in 4:00PM and check-out is 11:00AM.
There is a $75 fee if the cabin is left in an unacceptable state. Strict no-smoking, no pets policy: $500 for smoking violations, $200 for pet violations. Since we have so much wildlife, children must be at least 6 years old. Add 7% Montana Accommodation Tax.
To book it: 50% deposit is required. No refund for no-shows. There is a $20 cancellation fee if you cancel your trip over 14 days. Deposit is kept if the cancellation is within 14 days of check-in.
**Since you book directly with us here at Bigfork Stage Cabins, these rates are not inflated by third-party booking sites. Owner taxes might not be included. Confirm final rates with owner.
1165 Bigfork Stage Rd.
Bigfork, MT 59911
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Bigfork Stage Cabins in Bigfork, MT is owned by Janet Smith.