The Grizzly Cabin features a full kitchen complete with large capacity dishwasher, 18 cu ft. refrigerator, full size stove, microwave, coffee pot, toaster, stand mixer, plus all the pots and pans, plates, bowls, glasses, and cutlery to service up to 16 people. The solid pine dining area table seats 10, plus an extra fold away table and chairs for more seating. The living area is equipped with a full size futon sleeper sofa, 2 comfy rocking chairs, flat-screen TV, DVD/VCR player, and stereo system. To finish the Great Room off is a fully functional wood stove to keep you toasty warm on Montana’s cool evenings.
Sleeping includes 1 queen sized bedroom, a bunk room, and full bathroom on the main level, plus 2 queen sized bedrooms and full bathroom on the upper half loft. Combined, very comfortable sleeping accommodations for up to 12 people. For travelers with small children, a playpen/crib and high chair are included. To complete this cabin, a front load full-size washer and dryer, iron and ironing board, and hair dryer. Plus, we provide all bed linens, bath towels, toilet paper, laundry detergent & fabric softener, dishwasher detergent, and dish soap. And for your entertainment, in addition to TV & DVD/VCR, you’ll find both adult and children’s games. All you need to bring are your personal items, food and a camera!
|Season||Rate||20% Discount Rate|
|Value Season 2018 (2 night minimum)||$490/night for 10||$392/night for 10|
|High Season 2018* (5 night minimum)||$670/night for 10||$536/night for 10|
|Christmas Season 2018* (5 night minimum)||$490/night for 10||$392/night for 10|
|*2018 High Season is June 9 through September 23,
*2018 Christmas Season is December 15 through January 1, 2019,
Additional persons $27/person/night
Our week was super and the cabin beautiful and well equipped. We appreciate you giving us tips on places to go, on things to see, the loan of a trail book, park maps and bear spray. It was fun to see the moose, deer, wolves, and hummingbirds right here. We saw mountain goats and a mother moose and little one nearby. The river walks were fun — Judy & Darrell, Kansas City, Missouri & Gene & Norma, Seattle, Washington
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