Reconnect with family and friends in the beautiful surroundings of northwestern Montana's glacier country at Glaciers' Mountain Resort. Your senses will marvel at the clean pure air of this pristine natural area. Fisherman's Cabin will be an excellent home base for all the wonders to be experienced in this awe-inspiring territory. Cascading waterfalls, snow-covered mountain peaks, and whitewater rivers are just waiting to be explored. Your cabin time will be restful and serene encompassed by the serenity of nature.
Warm days for outdoor grilling at the cabin and cool nights at the open fire pit will create memories you just can't quite replicate in a hotel environment. Waking up to the sounds of birds chirping and wind rustling in the trees outside your cabin window will refresh your spirit and truly make for a restful vacation. But don't rest too long in your comfy cabin, there are just too many extraordinary and fun-filled places to visit during your stay. Your cabin is only five minutes away from the western entrance to Glacier National Park, so come and discover the marvelous area we call home and make some new friends in Montana!
With five one-bedroom cabins available, Glaciers' Mountain Resort is the ideal setup for a family reunion, a company retreat, or a family & friends getaway. Each cabin is furnished with living room futon (for extra guest sleeping), fully equipped kitchen, TV/VCR with Dish network, air-conditioning and free WIFI. Daily maid service is provided adding another relaxing feature to your vacation. Grocery store and laundry facilities are locally available. Enjoy the peaceful setting and stroll through our blossoming garden areas in the summer or cozy up to the natural gas fireplace after a day of cross-country skiing during winter months or chilly evenings. Gather in the evening around the campfire pit. Play a game of horseshoes while the camp cook grills dinner for the gang.
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, backpacking, and historic visits.
$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 had Cabin #4 for 6 nights at the end of September 2015. Our cabin was white glove clean. The theme of the interior decor has been well thought out and carefully selected all the way down to the highly unique toilet paper holder! Appliances are all clean, well maintained and functional, although the TV is a bit dated. Jo-Ann and Gary not only work hard to keep their cabins immaculate, but the grounds are kept clean, tidy, landscaped, flowered and well maintained. Even though it was late September, they were still watering the grass! While weather conditions should have no bearing on a review of Glaciers' Mountain Resort, our weather was unseasonably warm, permitting us to hike longer and deeper into the park than we had originally planned. We arrive unprepared for bear safety and Jo-Ann helped us out by lending us bear spray for the duration of our stay. We highly recommend Glaciers' Mountain Resort for its close proximity to the W. Glacier park entrance as well as being top notch accommodations. Aud n Bob - Michigan
The most beautiful cabin I've ever seen, with every extra touch of comfort possible. Six miles from West Glacier and situated on gorgeous grounds. Jan G.