Physical Address: 4855 Blankenship Road Columbia Falls, MT 59912
Mailing Address: 4855 Blankenship Road Columbia Falls, Montana 59912
Our newly built thoughtfully designed furnished cabins, located only minutes to the West Entrance of Glacier National Park. Our cabin is one level that can sleep 2-5 people. It features a cozy living & kitchen area to enjoy your family. The cabin sits on 2 quiet wooded acres with privacy & seclusion that is a common wildlife viewing area.We are located only 10 minutes to Columbia Falls, 20 minutes to the Glacier National Airport & the town of Whitefish.
There are 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, full kitchen that is equipped for all the Chefs in mind. We provide all your linen needs. The cabin also has games, flat screen tv & wi-fi internet for nightly entertainment. One bedroom features a queen bed & the second bedroom has two twin beds. Our living room futon couch adds additional sleeping for that extra person.
Enjoy the Montana outdoors dining in our community bbq & firepit area in the evening sitting under the big sky & star gazing while admiring the Northern Lights dancing across the sky.
Our cabin is the best location to call home while enjoying your Glacier park vacation adventures. We strive to provide our guest a memorable experience with the quality of service & knowledge of the Glacier Park area.
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