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About Glacier Country

Visiting Glacier National Park

If you are looking for the perfect family vacation with plenty of adventure, breathtaking scenery, and a ton of outdoor and recreational activities, think Glacier National Park. One of the best things about this area is the number of Glacier National Park cabin rentals available. Found online, Glacier Park cabin rentals are rented out by owner and can create the perfect living space for your family’s next adventure.

Visiting Glacier National Park

This park, which covers more than 1,500 square miles, is located in parts of western Montana and two provinces in Canada, Alberta and British Columbia. If you intend to cross over into the Canadian side of the park, make sure everyone in the family has the appropriate documentation required to cross the border. There are a few different entrances into the park. The west entrance is located near Kalispell and Whitefish, MT, and can be reached by traveling along Highway 2. The other entrances are near a town called Browning and can be reached by Highway 89. No matter which entrance you choose, for cabin rentals, Glacier National Park and its environs offer plenty of places for you to stay.

Sightseeing and Things to Do in Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is well-known for its beautiful scenery, rugged mountains, majestic wildlife, and pristine lakes. No matter which of the many Glacier National Park vacation rentals you choose, there are plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy the fresh air. Some of the most popular vacation spots include:
  • Going to the Sun Road: Enjoy 50 miles of winding roads through mountains and some of the most beautiful scenery Montana has to offer.
  • Discovery Cabin in Apgar Village: Take advantage of a great opportunity to learn all about the parks and animals in the park.
  • Hiking: Many people, more than half of the park’s visitors, in fact, take advantage of the hundreds of miles of hiking trails.
  • Guided Tours: Explore the park on a variety of guided tours, including horseback, boat, bus, and raft.
  • Lake McDonald Valley: You won’t want to miss seeing the park’s deepest lake once occupied by massive glaciers. It’s currently home to an abundance of wildlife.

Food and Dining in Glacier National Park

While some cabin rentals in Glacier National Park have their own full-service kitchen, there are many dining opportunities throughout the park. If you have spent all day outdoors, chances ...

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