Get away from it all amid the cozy rustic charm of our Cowboy Cabin, surrounded by the grand mountains and forest of western Montana. Perfect for your honeymoon hideaway, our smallest cabin sports a truly western flair with Cowboy/Cowgirl décor. Accented by wood paneling throughout, this woodsy retreat is outfitted with log furniture that compliments the western influence of the cabin. Wrangle up some grub in the fully equipped kitchen or barbeque your favorites on the outdoor grill. Its always nice to come home to your own cabin to spend some quality time together after a day of adventures on the trails or waterways.
Just five minutes away from the western entrance of Glacier National Park, each of the seasons offer a special atmosphere all their own in this spectacularly preserved natural setting of glacial formed countryside. Experience snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, ice-fishing and miles of snowmobile trails in some of the most remote areas the northwest has to offer then return to the warmth of your own cabin every night. The glow of a fire and the warmth of a quilt are pretty inviting after a day in the snow-covered outdoors!
Whether you are contemplating a family reunion where each family has their own digs or business retreat mixed with some outdoor side trips our Glaciers' Mountain Resort offers the ideal setup. Cabin time is always a refreshing and rejuvenating influence. Each of our five one bedroom cabins is furnished with living room futon (for extra guest sleeping), fully equipped kitchen (with a welcome snack basket). Another added feature is daily maid service. Grocery store and laundry facilities are locally available. A peaceful setting with manicured grounds and flowering gardens invite a stroll. Cozy up to the natural gas fireplace after a day of cross-country skiing during winter months or chilly evenings. Toast marshmallows or hot dogs around the campfire pit.
The picturesque small town of Coram is nestled in the northwest corner of Montana with Glacier National Park practically at the doorstep of your cabin. Once a station stop for the Great Northern Railroad, today it is home to the North American Wildlife Museum with over 90 regional wildlife exhibits. For more family fun spend some time at Amazing Fun Center and try your hand at mini golf or bumper boats. Spanning 50 miles, “Going-to-the-Sun Road” is a highlight not to be missed during your Glacier visit where you will take in impressive glaciers, beautiful valleys, cascading waterfalls, towering mountains and colorful wildflowers.
Nearby Columbia Falls offers two golf courses with panoramic mountain views, boutique shopping, good dining and Heritage Days the last weekend of July. Of course all of the activities available within Glacier National Park are also yours to sample, from horseback riding, whitewater rafting, hiking and backpacking.
$129 - $255 per night
$903 - $1785 per week
$1174 - $2321 per week
Minimum 2 night stay during Peak Season.
Shoulder Season June 1 - 14, Aug. 26 - Sept. 15: $209/nt
Peak Season June 15 - Aug. 25: $255/nt. $229.50/nt for AAA members and Senior Citizens 62+
Low Season Sept. 16 - May 31: $129/nt
Add 7% tax. Rates subject to change. Maximum of 4 adults. 50% deposit due on day of reservation. Balance due 30 days prior to check in date. Check in between 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. and check out at 10:00 a.m. Cancellations must be received 30 days prior to check in date to receive refund less 25% of total. Cancellations within 30 days of check in date are non refundable but, 75% of total bill may be applied to cabin rental the following year. This policy is strictly enforced. Travel Insurance is recommended.
We just recently returned from a vacation trip to Glacier National Park and spent 3 nights staying in the Wolf Cabin at Glaciers Mountain Resort. I can highly recommend it as a perfect home base for your visit to the park! The host Jo-Ann was wonderful and I recommend contacting her before your trip - she is a great resource for information about the park and your trip there. We came on Amtrak and she was even willing to pick us up at the station, despite the chance of the train arriving 3 hours late at midnight. The cabin was incredibly clean and well stocked for everything you could need during your stay. The cabin was only 10 minutes way from the park entrance, so very convenient access to all the sights. We were greeted by very friendly deer as we arrived and our only regret was that we just missed seeing the bear and her cubs outside our cabin one night. There was no problem with train noise and the gas fireplace made the cabin very cozy. It was a wonderful place to stay. As an aside, we recommend the Glacier Highland Restaurant for their huckleberry pancakes and french toast - the best ever. Jeanne S. Wisconsin