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Trending Holter Lake State Recreation Area Montana Cabin Rentals

Cabin Creations

3808 Big Mountain Rd, Whitefish, MT

A Lil Bit Of Heaven

7987 Highway 93 South, Sula, MT 3 Bedrooms 2.00 Bathrooms (Sleeps 8) 
Come stay at a scenic ranch in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley. Two tributaries of the Bitterroot River meander through 220 acres of our working ranch, providing wonderful habitat for Moose, Elk, Deer, Coyote and Bear. The vacation rental cabins here on the ranch are bordered by National Forest on three sides, which offers privacy and unsurpassed access to activities in the wilderness of Montana!

The ranch is surrounded by rivers, lakes and mountains. Fly-fishing, hiking, hunting, skiing, rafting are all right here.

This area is rich in history. Nearly 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark walked on our land. Chief Joseph and his Nez Perce party were also here. The historical Big Hole National Battlefield is nearby as well as the renowned ghost town at Bannack State Park.

Bucks T-4 Lodge

P.o. Box 160279, Big Sky, MT
The original Buck's T-4 was established as a hunting camp in 1946 by Buck and Helen Knight. The Knights built cabins and opened for hunters with lodging, meals, and a horse with guide costing only $12 a day. In 1950, two of the cabins were slid together and converted into the present bar. With Buck behind the plank and Helen in the kitchen, Buck's became a favorite Montana roadhouse for locals, hunters and tourists to Yellowstone National Park.

During the initial construction phases of Chet Huntley's Big Sky Resort, Buck and Helen retired and sold the business to the Scholz family in 1972. Just out of college, Mike Scholz took the reins for the next 34 years. He displayed the same pride of ownership demonstrated by the Knights striving to fulfill both the Knights' and his dream of making Buck's T-4 a full service resort complex.

In the 1970s, the addition of a dancehall, game room and pizza saloon quickly transformed Buck's into the most popular dance venue in the state. Buck's legendary New Year's Eve parties featured Montana's own Mission Mountain Wood Band and drew crowds of upwards of 1000 people. People came from miles around to enjoy such bands as Asleep at the Wheel, Richie Havens and Norton Buffalo.

In the 1980's the first hotel rooms were built and the restaurant began to emerge as a culinary destination. At the age of 22, Chuck Schommer became Buck's executive chef and developed a culinary following that earned rave reviews in national food magazines, culminating with a presentation dinner at the James Beard Foundation.

By the 1990's, two additional hotel buildings and a lobby were constructed. David O'Connor, another young buck' fresh from college, joined Mike and Chuck to round out the team. He later became the general manager and under his guidance Buck's entered the age of computers and achieved the first of fifteen Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence.

The 2000's brought exciting growth and new challenges at Buck's T-4. To complement the dancehall's popularity as a wedding venue an inviting wedding garden was constructed, with inspiration taken from the untouched beauty of the surrounding Montana wilderness. In 2006, for the first time in over 30 years, Buck's was no longer in Mike's practiced hands. He sold Buck's T-4 and retired in Big Sky. In 2009, he had the opportunity to buy the business back, this time forming an unbeatable partnership with Chuck and David. Combined they have over 70 years experience at Buck's T-4.

Charis Lodge

P.o. Box 160641, Big Sky, MT
At the base of the Big Sky ski mountain, this beautiful rental home offers ski-in and ski-out convenience to access trails and a transport lift. This mountain oasis at 4300 sq ft. with five bedrooms and six bathrooms has enough beds to comfortably sleep 14 guests. You will be only 53 miles from Yellowstone's west entrance and only a short drive to world-class trout fishing.

Chico Hot Springs Resort and Day

One Chico Road, Pray, MT
Chico Hot Springs Resort and Day Spa offers a diverse selection of lodging and amenities. Chico s main lodge is more than 100 years old and features more than 40 rooms. The resort also has rustic log cabins, fully equipped chalets, a honeymoon cottage and a five-bedroom log home. Chico boasts two open-air mineral hot springs pools. The small pool averages 104 degrees and the large one averages 96 degrees. Food options include E.R. s House of Ribs located in the Chico Saloon, the Poolside Grille and the more upscale Dining Room at Chico. Cross-country skiing, horseback riding, dog sled adventures and massage therapy are some of the activities available at or near Chico. Chico Hot Springs Resort and Day Spa is located in Pray, Mont.

Maverick Ski Co

1600 Maverick Mountain Rd, Polaris, MT

Polson Motorcoach and RV Resort

200 Irvine Flats Rd, Polson, MT
Montana's No 1 Rated RV Park

There are many reasons to stay at Montana's finest RV Resort. Experience the very best in luxury RV Resort living in the heart of Montana's Flathead Lake region. This beautiful RV Resort enjoys majestic views of Flathead Lake and The Mission Mountains and is a short drive to Glacier Park. Motorhome owners may rent an RV site for a single night, a month or stay forever, by purchasing an exclusive Class A ONLY RV site to enjoy the multiple benefits of a genuine Montana address. A lifestyle worth experiencing, one of the best RV Parks in the country and the No1 RV Resort in Montana, we invite you to join in at this fabulous luxury RV Resort!

Montana RV Parks generally cater to all class of vehicle. Polson Motorcoach & RV Resort has an exclusive Class A accomodation, incorporating the highest standard of RV sites suited to todays traveling big rigs making this Resort the ideal place of all Montana RV Parks to call home.

Whitefish Mountain Resort

3840 Big Mountain Rd, Whitefish, MT
In early 1947, a group of enthusiasts who had been skiing on the Big Mountain north of town since the 1930s convinced the people of Whitefish that a full-fledged ski resort should be built. The Great Northern Railroad had put Whitefish on the map in 1905 and the logging industry was still booming, but they had heard stories of Sun Valley and the alpine resorts of Europe and were convinced Whitefish could be home to one of America's great ski destinations.

Ed Schenck and George Prentice, two developers from Great Falls, were persuaded to move to Whitefish, provide some capital, and oversee the construction and operation of Big Mountain Resort. A new company, Winter Sports, Inc., was formed and volunteer stock salesmen canvassed the valley to raise money for the effort. Many businesses in town traded products and services for stock in the company.

Countless times that first summer and for the next couple of years, the company would struggle to pay their bills. Ed and George were convinced more than once that the project would collapse before the first season could even get started. On one such day, made famous by an article in the March 4, 1950 issue of the Saturday Evening Post, Chamber of Commerce President Brad Seeley locked most of the people in Whitefish in a room until enough money was committed to make it to opening day.

In 1949, the Rocky Mountain Chalet was completed in time for the US National Alpine Skiing Championships, and a real effort to attract visitors from afar to vacation at Big Mountain began. Partnerships with the Great Northern Railroad produced a steady flow of tourists from Minneapolis, Seattle, and points in between (more than 50,000 people still disembark at the historic Whitefish Depot each year). World famous ski racer Toni Matt was somehow convinced to move to Whitefish and run the ski school, boosting the area's credibility in the skiing world.

Steady growth led to the first Chair 1 being constructed in 1960, a monumental undertaking providing a single lift ride from the Mountain Village to the Summit. The Summit House restaurant was added in 1986, and many more upgrades and expansions over the years have culminated in today's Whitefish Mountain Resort: one of America's 10 largest ski resorts by acreage. More than 3,000 acres of terrain is covered in 300 inches of average annual snowfall, served by 10 regularly running lifts. A Mountain Village is home to restaurants, bars, shopping, skier services, and hundreds of hotel rooms, condos, and mountain homes.

Known for Rocky Mountain snow that stays soft for days, a pleasant lack of lift lines, and a refreshingly authentic Montana vibe, Whitefish Mountain Resort enjoys its reputation as one of the best values in the ski industry.

Today, Winter Sports, Inc. still owns and operates Whitefish Mountain Resort. Stock holders and the board of directors have seen many changes since 1947, but it's still a small company running a single ski resort in Northwest Montana for the benefit of the local economy.

Double Arrow Resort

P.o. Box 747, Seeley Lake, MT
The Double Arrow Resort offers a wide variety of cozy Montana lodging. The resort offers Montana lodges divided into individual units, with private baths and entrances. Individual log cabins work well for a romantic getaway. Larger, full sized lodges are also available to accommodate Montana group lodging for fun weekend getaways.

The three rooms in the Main Lodge have the feel of a bed & breakfast, Montana lodging style. This Montana Mountain Lodge built in 1929 is a prime example of Big Sky Montana lodging. Highlighting the Great Room is a massive stone fireplace, focal point for congenial camaraderie or private, tranquil moments in its radiant warmth. To put yourself in one of the finest Montana lodges in the west, view our virtual tour.

Whether you stay in one of the guest rooms of our Main Lodge or any of our log cabins, you'll enjoy a unique blend of European elegance and Western hospitality. Each features a private bath, charming antiques, cozy comforters and the splendor of Big Sky Montana right outside your door.

Boarding House Overniter

284 Attwood Pl, Marysville, MT

Bridger Bowl

15795 Bridger Canyon Rd, Bozeman, MT
Bridger Bowl, founded in 1954 and a nonprofit association, owns and operates skiing and tubing areas that offer a variety of landscapes, such as long slopes, glades, rock cliffs, snowfields, chutes, gullies and ridges. It offers a variety of sports and recreational activities, including skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tubing and mountain biking. The additional services offered by the association include vacation planning, dining guides and customized package with lodging, airfare, lift tickets, transfers and shopping activities. It provides special packages and training sessions to school children, scout troops, church youth groups and member organizations. Its Web site offers online reservations, skiing information and virtual tours to customers. Bridger Bowl is located in Bozeman, Mont.

Canyon Ferry Mansion B and B

7408 US Highway 287, Townsend, MT
We have been helping Brides & Grooms for over 20 Years! Steve & Sandy Rose -owners on site...happily married for 43 Years! We love doing weddings! Trust & Integrity...in beautiful surroundings!

CATERING: Our Chef & Party planner have a combined experience of 30 years in the catering business. We have wonderful menus for every pocketbook and pallet. No matter what the cost, every plate or buffet is a beautiful presentation. From Luaus and Pig Roasts to Holiday Roast Baron of Beef or BBQ'd Prawns, from Fresh Vegetable Towers to Carved Watermelon Baskets, or just good homemade Southern or Western Cooking, Steve and Sandy can make you a delicious memory.

CAKES: Sandy was trained at a satellite school for the famous Wilton Institute of Chicago in Indianapolis and has been doing fabulous designer cakes for a total of 15 years. Steve and Sandy operated Rose Petal Catering in Indianapolis for 10 years. Sandy served as a food & photo assistant to the Indianapolis HOME & GARDENS Magazine during that time.

FLOWERS, DECOR, & FAVORS: The Mansion can handle all your decorator touches with ease. We love doing Theme Weddings, and are well-known for our traditional elegant touches of personalized favors, delightful table decor, romantic candle light treatments, and designer or budget floral. Our flowers and centerpieces, whether breathtaking fresh or subtle silks, are affordable and guaranteed to make your "special day or event" stand out in the memory of your guests for months and years to come.

OUR CHEF: Steve Rose is a graduate of the renown Institutional Management School at IUPUI (Indiana-Purdue Campus in Indianapolis) and was the personal chef for the Governor of Indiana and the State Adjutant General for 9 years while serving in the National Guard.

OUR DESIGNER: Sandy Rose also studied Design at Purdue U for 5 years has been an event, designer, and marketing expert for 33 years specializing in weddings for 15 of those years. Sandy loves preparing treats & gourmet Tortes for high Teas and Ladies Luncheons. She is also an accomplished florist and was trained by an Hawaiian Floral Expert and excels at silk as well as fresh floral arranging with a flair.

THE ROSE FAMILY: The Roses have been doing business in Montana for 28 years. The Roses started restoring buildings has a hobby and investment, just after college. They are the restorationists to the Mansion, and have resided here since 1999. The Mansion is Broadwater County's premier historic edifice. Steve is a professional finish Contractor and Restorationist specializing in decorative fronts, decks, and entrances, but loves using his many creative talents, one as a chef on week-ends at the Mansion. Sandy is on hand most of the time at the mansion to help you plan your event.

A FAMILY TRADITION: The Roses have two grown sons, both who served in the National Guard, and two grand daughters. The Roses educated one son Stuart, and daughter in-law at Carroll College. Their other son, Sean and his wife, took over Sandy's 22 year packaging/event design firm Peak Wholesale Decorative Supply. Sandy still travels in the off season to design for other events. She has won "best corporate" and "best animated" at the prestigious Marina del Ray "Lighted Yacht" Parade. Steve is currently putting the "finishing touch" on upscale homes in Bozeman. The Roses love to entertain and look forward to making the Mansion ... your home for that next wedding, honeymoon, family reunion, or special event.

Hud Cabin At Big Sky

2775 Bobtail Horse Rd, Big Sky, MT
This charming, especially clean and well maintained, this Big Sky vacation rental home, features mountain welcome with a loft which oversees 3-living areas and a very practical 'cabin-style' kitchen.
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Custom 3-level, log home vacation rental with 2600 square feet of Big Sky mountain living and well mannered pets welcome.
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Perfect holiday rental there is a cozy-nook tucked under the loft, which features 1-twin bed and 1-comfortable queen hideaway.

Magnificent split-log staircase, rises as a piece of sculpture towards a spacious sleeping area.
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Up top, vacation rental guests discover an eclectically appointed full bath, plump double-bed and a generous queen-sized bed; the outfittings for the Montana cabin's toasty loft.
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Curl up with a good book while enjoying a roaring wood stove fire, privacy yet, in ear range of cabin fun below.
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We have finished the addition of our 'daylight-basement' with two bedrooms, the laundry room and owner/artist gallery.
2 bedroom cabin and loft for rent by owner Big Sky, Montana vacation rentals home

Warm and artistically appointed with rustic accents and fresh mountain bedding.

Summit Hotel

1 Lone Mountain Trl, Big Sky, MT

Lone Mountain Ranch

750 Lone Mountain Ranch Rd, Big Sky, MT
Lone Mountain Ranch is an ideal site for vacations in Yellowstone Country. Based in Big Sky, Mont., the recreational center offers a Western vacation, dining facility, hospitality services, skiing, ranch adventure sports, hiking and many more. Lone Mountain Ranch also provides ORVIS-endorsed fly fishing trips, Yellowstone Park tours, bird watching, mountain biking, canoeing, horseback riding and many discovery adventures for kids through the Outdoor Youth Adventures Program. The ranchs outdoor shop offers some of the best shopping facilities in Big Sky.

Moonlight Basin Ski Resort

1020 Hwy 64, Big Sky, MT
Lee Poole and Joe Vujovich had hiked, hunted and explored a certain stretch of Montana wilderness for 20 years. In 1993, the two former ranch hands from Ennis, MT, learned that the logging-scarred 39-square mile parcel was for sale. Partnering with Keith Brown, Poole and Vujovich bought the woods that would one day flourish into Moonlight Basin Ski Resort.

The partners called their project Moonlight Basin Ranch, and immediately they launched efforts to protect, preserve, and enhance their former hunting grounds. Huge portions of the forest were dedicated as a preserve in fact, more than half the parcel has already been placed in conservation easements. Owned by railroad interests since Montana's days as a U.S. Territory, the thinning woods bore testament to nearly a century of logging. By employing foresters, water resource consultants and wildlife experts to guide their restoration efforts, the partners were able to revitalize thousands of acres of mountain terrain.

As a thick new growth of native vegetation proved that the forest was healing, a wildlife expert recommended a ski resort to restore the land to full use. The trees had long choked out sunlight, allowing nothing to grow, and therefore, nothing for wildlife to graze on. Moonlight Basin cautiously cut runs and planted seven species of grass across each run. The formerly dark forest floor soon bloomed into grassy sunlit meadows. Deer, elk and moose grazed on the unused ski runs each summer, descending into the protected preserve as snow and skiers returned.

As Moonlight Basin added more chairlifts, a lodge, a spa and restaurants, the partners carefully monitored the resort's growth. Initial real estate developments were sold to buyers who immediately placed them into conservation easements. When adding new trails, Moonlight Basin strategically cut them to minimize visual intrusion and keep the resort nearly invisible from across the valley. Even the Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course was built to blend into the surrounding terrain, as well as employ green irrigation techniques.

Moonlight Basin made national history in 2005 when the resort partnered with Big Sky Resort to offer a common lift ticket the Biggest Skiing in America
Ticket. The ticket gives skiers access to both resorts, officially offering the Biggest Skiing in America
over the combined trails. This upcoming season, skiers on the Biggest Skiing in America
Ticket will explore a staggering 5,532 acres.

Still, the Biggest Skiing in America maintains a local focus and an ongoing commitment to careful development and environmental protection. Moonlight Basin has been honored over the last few years as the recipient of several prestigious awards for both their environmental protection programs and community efforts.
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