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With a stay at Glacier General Store & Cabins in Coram, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Glacier National Park and Lake McDonald. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Enjoyed our 2 night stay here. Cabin is well maintained and very near west glacier.
Pros: So close. Worth every penny for the location alone. Nice to have a full kitchen to use if we chose to do so. Also, clean - always a major plus!
Pros: The owner was very knowledgeable about the area and pleasant.
Pros: We stayed in a very comfortable cabin with a bed and sofa and great wifi. The kitchenette with coffee maker, frig and microwave was great. We didn't use the 2 burner cook top but it was there with dishes, pots, pans, etc. We stayed for 2 nights and visited Glacier NP for a day. The cabins are not far from the park entrance.
Pros: Chuck is SO friendly and welcoming! He had so many suggestions, from a local standpoint, of things to do and see in the Glacier area and we were never disappointed. Our suite was well kept and very comfortable. We will definitely be back!
Pros: The owner was extremely informative about the traffic conditions and crowds in the park. Without his advise we would not have enjoyed our visit to the park any where near as much.
Pros: This place is awesome!! The cabin was clean, cozy, and stocked with everything we could possibly need! We were a short drive from the entrance to Glacier NP! The owner is incredibly welcoming, helpful, and kind. I am so grateful to have found this perfect place to stay.
Pros: Chuck, the owner was very knowledgable about the area. Easy access from the main road.
Cons: No tv and no breakfast must drive for food
Pros: Owner was very helpful with locating attractions and restaurants.
Pros: The owner was like talking to am old friend. This place went beyond our expectations. You have to stay here. People from all over the world staryed in our cabin and loved it! The Wolf Pack lives on! !!!
Pros: Private attic room and you get what you pay for. Air conditioner in room can be loud.
When you stay at Under Canvas Glacier in Coram, you'll be in the mountains, within a 15-minute drive of Glacier National Park and Lake McDonald. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Tents and staff were great!
Cons: Overall location too close to a busy road, not the totally in nature experience I was looking for and fir the price!
Pros: Location/proximity to Glacier National Park, neat glamping concept which kids loved and grownups had king bed. Community feel with grilling, s’mores, evening programs. Super helpful staff. And, very clean bathrooms!
Cons: The trip to the bathhouse in the rain one night.
Pros: The bed was awesome but the fold out couch, which we thought would be a queen bed, was very uncomfortable. We liked the site overall and appreciated the coffee at registration
Cons: We didn’t like fold our couch and the fact that we could not park by tent
Pros: Comfort of the beds were great and experience was OUTSTANDING!!!!
Cons: Absolutely nothing !!! Looking forward to another visit in the future :)
Pros: The bed was nice, but for the price not worth it and so far from camping they might as well have TV and Internet?
Cons: Breakfast should just be included and WIFI For the Price.. you might as well go to a Nice Hotel and have a Pool and Tv...Not worth the money to go "Glamping" just go Camping .
Pros: The bed was super comfortable and perfectly warm for those cold nights. The wood burning stove was a nice touch.
Cons: The battery packs they provide you didn't last long, and the train that passes thru was exorbitantly loud. I was able to battle the noise with ear plugs and noise canceling headphones, but wow, it was loud as heck.
Pros: Absolutely awesome experience. It was very cool sleeping in a teepee and the business was really well run. The teepee came with a lantern, cots, and sleeping bags, and the bathroom/shower facilities were clean and well lit. We had a great time hanging out at the campfire that is built every night. The staff was very friendly, especially Nick, who was nice enough to answer questions and hang out with us before shutting down the fire. Overall fun and comfortable experience, with a minimalist feel.
Cons: Nothing, it was fantastic. Definitely will be coming back.
Pros: Super comfortable bed!
Cons: Next time need a tent with bathroom facilities.
Pros: The tents are large and the bed is comfortable. There's a fireplace inside as well, as it can get quite cold at night even in summer months. Toilets and shower buildings are close by to the tents.
Cons: It's difficult to keep the tent warm all night. The fire will burn out after a few hours and it will generally get very cold against a few hours after that. Also, there is an event place nearby. During my stay, they were holding a wedding and were doing extremely loud karaoke until 2 AM. Multiple people complained, but the county lacks a noise ordinance so they couldn't do anything. So the peace of this place can be ruined by its neighbors.
Pros: People were helpful and attentive. Bed was awesome and toasty got cold at night. Stove was nice in morning. It was good time in general.
Cons: pricey for what it was.
Pros: The whole concept, from an energy conservation standpoint. I used to love camping as a younger man - now, as a dad with 3 kiddos, this was exactly the type of camping for me.
Cons: It’s not inexpensive, and it’s not out in the back woods. But I knew both of those things when I booked it.
Situated in a scenic mountain valley in the midst of the Montana Rockies, the Historic Tamarack Lodge & Cabins embodies a classic ambiance with modern amenities for a year-round getaway in the Crown of the Continent.Originally constructed in 1907, the lodge maintains its rustic charm with a log cabin design, placing its long history alongside modern updates that make for a stay in comfort and relaxation upstairs in our classic lodge rooms. Historic Unit Cabins laid out in fourplexes provide budget accommodation adjacent to the lodge, with 18 contemporary cabins ranging through the property for a group- and couple-friendly retreat in the forest.All guests are free to relax in our Lodge Great Room and enjoy the character of the lodge throughout their stay. Sip on a tasty beverage from our Saloon and coffee bar, or nibble from our selection of onsite dining options while you relax by the fire on a snowy winter day or unwind from a day exploring the great Montana outdoors.With Montanas Flathead National Forest in your backyard and Glacier National Park your next door neighbor, the Historic Tamarack Lodge & Cabins offers the perfect setting for your next family vacation, corporate retreat, special event, or weekend getaway!
Pros: We liked that it was away from crowded downtown areas. We enjoyed the privacy of a separate cabin where we could open all the windows and enjoy the evening air. Food at the small restaurant was AMAZING -- we ate there every night of our stay; service was friendly; setting was quaint log cabin environment.
Pros: Staff was great - front office. And food was great, they even accommodated vegetarians.
Cons: The cabin we had looked old and tired. And there was a strong smell in cabin.
Cons: Horrible price for what we got!
Pros: Great location, awesome cabin
Pros: The main lodge and saloon are very cool.
Cons: The walls are very thin in the bungalow we stayed in. You can hear every car drive by and everything that the neighbors say and do. Other than that, it was great.
Pros: Nice historic cabin, enjoyed the on property restaurant (prices reasonable and portions good)
Pros: Staff are friendly, welcoming, and efficient. Loved the location and fresh mountain air.
Pros: The location was a perfect jumping off point for visiting Glacier. We were far enough back on the property that the highway noise wasn't too bad. We had a BBQ and so we were able to cook great meals.
Cons: We were lacking a little bit in the amount of kitchen supplies. There were only 3 forks. It would have been helpful to have a saute pan for eggs. We didn't realize that the loft didn't have a door.
Pros: Closeness to Glacier Nat’l Park. Quiet cabins. Good food, great service.
Cons: No tub in my cabin. No hot tub on premises to enjoy after hiking all day.
Pros: Spacious rooms. First night in Moose Room upstairs in lodge, so a steep climb upstairs. Second night in a cabin. Loved how the two beds were separated by the bathroom. Very nice rooms and grounds.
Cons: Nothing. Was very nice.
With a stay at Mini Golden Inns Motel in Hungry Horse, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Glacier National Park and Waterton Glacier International Peace Park. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: It was fine and serviceable for our visit. AC worked great. Bed was comfortable. Very clean bathroom.
Pros: Very clean, and close to Glacier National Park. This hotel is tucked in between some mountains, so there is even a lovely view.
Pros: 1. Close to GNP 2. Clean rooms
Cons: 1. Rude front staff 2. Horrible breakfast options
Pros: Room was clean