On the property, guests stay in modern accommodations with beautiful mountain views and easy access to Glacier National Park and the surrounding waters. A variety of lodge rooms and cabins are available that have amenities you want, along with mountain views and outdoor fun all around. After fishing, enjoy horseshoes, volleyball, or practice casting on the on-site trout ponds. On overnight float trips and backcountry trips, guests stay in tents. Guests doing overnight float trips and backcountry trips are also encouraged to overnight on the property the night before and the night after their trip.
Food and Beverages
All cabins on the property have a full kitchen which gives guests the opportunity to cook for themselves or go out to eat at one of the many restaurants in the West Glacier area. Meals on multi-night float trips and backcountry overnight trips are well prepared and never leave guests hungry.
Non-Angling Activities and Options
There is no shortage of things to do in Glacier National Park, as this entire area is an edge-of-your-seat experience – whether rafting through class III rapids or sitting in a saddle surrounded by mountains. If you’re looking for things to do on your own, they also have all the best gear and rental equipment for all your Glacier National Park activities – rafting, kayaking, fishing, hiking, and camping.
Internet / Communications
Cell phone service is spotty on the property. And even though all accommodations have wireless internet, it is also not very reliable during the summer months. There is no cell phone reception or access to the internet while on overnight float trips or on backcountry trips.