Glacier Park Lodging

Glacier Park is located in the U.S. state of Montana, where the American and Canadian Rockies meet. The park encompasses over 1,000,000 acres and includes two mountain ranges, over 130 named lakes, and hundreds of plant and animal species. This vast and pristine ecosystem attracts visitors from the world over.

If the awe inspiring natural beauty isn’t enough, the area is also steeped in history. The park was established in 1910 and soon after hotels and chalets were constructed by the Great Northern Railway. These historic accommodations are now listed as National Historic Landmarks. A fleet of restored 1930s White Motor Company coaches, called Red jammers, offer tours on all the main roads in the park and a number of historic wooden tour boats, some dating back to the 1920s, operate on several of the larger lakes. Several of the boats have been in continuous seasonal operation on the major lakes of Glacier National Park since 1927!

You will find everything from rustic yet comfortable accommodations to luxury condo rentals at Glacier Park. The local timber frame chalet rentals, luxury condo rentals, mountainside vacation rentals, and beautiful lakeside chalet rentals are designed in keeping with the history of the area.

The hiking opportunities in Glacier National Park are beyond compare. Over 700 miles of trails invite visitors to enjoy nature at its finest. After a long day of tromping through the park you’ll want to sit back and take in the spectacular view of the lake from your lakeside vacation rental. Watch as the Osprey and Bald Eagles do some fishing. Or try it out for yourself. Fishing is a popular activity in the park and excellent fly fishing can be found in the streams that flow through the park.

Whitetail Deer are frequently seen grazing near vacation rentals. Elk, moose, grizzly bear, mountain goat, wolverine, and lynx are also known to inhabit the park. Hundreds of species of birds and more than a dozen fish species can be encountered on your hiking or fishing adventure and even from the comfort of a mountain chalet rental.

Glacier National Park is open year-round and our variety accommodation provides the perfect home away from home for a relaxing winter getaway. Skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking are just a few of the activities that tempt people to the mountains during the snowy winter months. After all that activity, retreat to the comfort of your vacation rental. Warm up by the fire in a cozy chalet rental, go for a dip in the hot tub at a modern condo rental, or meet with friends at some shared accommodation. Whatever lodging you’re looking for, Owner Direct Vacation Rentals can find you the perfect accommodation.

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    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.

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