Choteau Lodging

Choteau is a city in and the county seat of Teton County, Montana. It lies along U.S. Routes 89 and 287 (the latter terminating at the former in this city) about 20 miles (32 km) east of the Rocky Mountains, near Flathead National Forest, the Rocky Mountain Division of Lewis and Clark National Forest, and Glacier National Park. Accommodations and lodging range from mountain view vacation rentals to town center condo rentals.

Choteau is surrounded by outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities on the Lewis and Clark National Forest and in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Hiking, hunting, fishing and snowmobiling are enjoyed in this beautiful area. Fishing and boating can be enjoyed at Eureka Reservoir located 8 miles north west of Choteau on Teton Canyon Road. This is truly a great place with picnic areas and overnight vacation rental, condo rental and other accommodation options.

Freezeout Lake, located 4 miles south of Choteau, is a bird watchers paradise. Each year visitors come from miles around to view the 300,000 snow geese and 10,000 tundra swans that gather in March.

Choteau is near one of the most important paleontology sites in the world, Egg Mountain. The Old Trail Museum in Choteau is home to the Maiasaura type fossil, which is the Montana State Fossil. The 3-D display can be viewed during the summer operating season. Also showcased is the Egg Mountain find along with a commentary on the significance to the paleontology world.

Eateries in town include a coffee house for all ages and the Elk Country Grill is one of Choteau's finest eateries. Visitors will not only enjoy great home cooking and deli foods but also comfortable accommodations and vacation rentals.

Glacier National Park, a mere 2hours north of Choteau, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park is a stunning display of the geological processes that changed North America over the last billion years. The rock formations in the park are almost entirely sedimentary, laid down 1600 to 800 million years ago when this area was an inland sea. Different trails offer visitors close encounters with animals from mountain goats to pine martens. The park is also one of the largest remaining natural grizzly habitats, and during late summer, grizzlies will often come to lower elevations to eat the area's popular berries and catch fish in the lakes.

From outdoor recreation, natural history and breathtaking nature to charming accommodations and unique vacation rentals, Choteau is a great vacation spot.

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  • Our unit is located on the west side of scenic

    Our unit is located on the

    Glacier Park: Lodge
    • 3 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 12
    • #16771
    $160 to $260 USD/night Pet Friendly
    Our unit is located on the west side of scenic Glen Lake in a heavily wooded, very secluded and private area. Large windows face Glen Lake giving a spectacular view of the lake and opposite shore. Included in this view are mountains that rise up from the east shore of Glen Lake. Part of your view also includes Therriault Pass. Located at the top of this mountain range, it is a large glacially formed U-shaped pass. Years ago a glacier swept through this pass and down into the valley below where is scoured out the lake bed of Glen Lake. As the glacier receded the waters filled this basin and formed Glen Lake. Glen Lake is a picture perfect mountain lake. It is about 1 mile across and 2 miles long. Periodically you may spot an Osprey or Bald Eagle doing some fishing. Frequently, Whitetail Deer will be seen in the front yard feeding in the morning. We have also seen elk and moose on occasion, but deer are very common. Our Lodge is situated on a 1 acre wooded lot located about 100 yards up a slope from Glen Lake. The lodge construction is called post and beam. The frame of the house was built using huge Engelmann Spruce logs (26 inches to 38 inches in diameter) from Prince George, Canada. All the ceilings are constructed from tongue-and-groove pine planking. The walls between the logs are sheetrock. The massive logs give the Lodge a majestic look and feel and the sheetrock adds a clean and finished appearance. This is truly a very unique and beautiful structure. Construction of our unit was completed in the fall of 2002.
  • Chalet at Whitefish, Mt, Hot Tub & Pool

    Chalet at Whitefish, Mt

    Whitefish: Chalet
    • 2 BDR
    • 2 BA
    • Sleeps 8
    • #242637
    $169 to $299 USD/night Credit Card
    Chalet is rustic-luxe, through and through, with our five star qualities and an abundance of amenities that will impress even the most discerning of vacation travelers. The chalet's quaint setting, wreathed in fir and cedar scented national forests, and it's charming appeal, settles each guest's angst when arriving to that new unfamiliar vacation home, with your family or group. Completely renovated down to the wall studs in 2014 and complimented with a custom kitchen, a porcelain farm house apron sink, new cinnamon stained, French bled maple engineered hardwood floors, a 14 foot floor to vaulted ceiling slate stone wood fireplace and new doors and windows for energy efficiency, our impeccably clean and richly appointed 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom chalet, can comfortably sleep 6 to 8 guests. You will find the chalet nestled amongst old growth cedar and fir trees, high on Big Mountain, above the picturesque town of Whitefish Montana on Whitefish Lake, yet only a 10 or so minute drive to main street Whitefish where you will find a large selection of boutique shops, antique stores, our town bakery, several coffee shops, a couple of ice cream cafes and a large array of restaurants, cafes and pubs. Our chalet is also only a 2 mile (3.9 km) drive to the village at Whitefish Mountain Resort, where you will find a good selection of restaurants, pubs and a few boutique shops as well. A further drive out but within 30 minutes or so from the chalet, you’ll find yourself enjoying the wilds, views and trails in Glacier National Park, just beyond the Bob Marshall State wilderness area. A drive south of our chalet will find you exploring the quaint communities of Big Fork, Somers and Lakeside Montana, on the shores of Flathead Lake. Or if you wish to stay closer to home, our very own Whitefish Lake has a lot of adventure to be enjoyed especially when you, as a guest of our chalet, can enjoy our resorts very own lake lot on Whitefish Lake. Delight in a picnic on the shores of the lake, soaking in the warm west facing sunshine or watch the kids as they play in the shallow waters along the lakes edge. You and your family or group are sure to enjoy the lasting memories made during your time here.

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