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Cabins in Montana

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Stony Creek Lodge, Famous Rock Cr, MT, 4 seasons!

The Stony Creek Lodge is the perfect all-season place to unwind in the unspoiled seclusion of the Montana wilderness. Immerse yourself in the mountain lifestyle. Enjoy our handcrafted, authentic log lodge with handmade wooden furnishing. Prime river-side location with hiking, fishing, hot tubbing, ATV riding, snowmobiling, hunting, and more! The renowned Montana wilderness is literally on your doorstep! A paradise for hunters, fishers and all-season enthusiasts....a great place for all ages.

$500 per night
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  2. Emigrant
Carbella Cabin - Over 70 Acres Overlooking Tom Miner Basin

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$154 per night
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  2. Gallatin Gateway
Big Sky Resort-Ski In/Ski Out-Private Hot Tub

This four-bedroom cozy Powder Ridge Cabin is the perfect spot for your next family vacation, couples retreat or group getaway. With beautiful mountain and forest views, you have the perfect backdrop for all of your summer and winter Montana adventures. Nestled directly next to the White Otter chair lift you can enjoy true ski-in, ski-out access to the biggest skiing in America.

$529 per night

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  2. Big Sky
Big Sky Vacation Rentals: CH Cabin 15 Rustic
$934 per night
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  2. Roberts
*New* Rock Creek Cabin Retreat w/ Hot Tub
$158 per night
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  2. Livingston
Romantic Cabin w/ Mountain View/hot tub/fireplace!
$320 per night
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  2. Columbia Falls
Historic homestead cabin VIEW HOT TUB near Glacier
$355 per night
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  2. Conner
Custom Bitterroot Valley Cabin w/ Hot Tub & Views!
$413 per night
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  2. Bozeman
Charming Cabin w Hot Tub/Creek close to EVERYTHING
$336 per night
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  2. Big Sky
Cozy, Ski-in/Ski-out Cabin, with Unobstructive Mountain Views and Private Hot Tub
$378 per night
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  2. Polaris
Luxurious & Spacious Log Cabin near Maverick Mtn.
$299 per night
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  2. Big Sky
Big Sky Vacation Rentals: SV Buckaroo Ridge
$1,979 per night
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  2. Livingston
Grizzly Cabin: Summer Paradise, Winter Wonderland!
$285 per night
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  2. Belgrade
Bridger Mountain Lodge - w/hot tub - Sleeps 12!
$785 per night
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  2. Livingston
Cabin near Chico & Yellowstone: sauna + hot tub
$275 per night

Cabin rentals with pools in Montana

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Augusta Retreat w/Pool, 15 Mi to Bob Marshall WLDN
$101 per night
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  2. Pony
Potosi Hot Springs Cabin Rentals MOOSE CABIN
$350 per night
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  2. Livingston
Couples Retreat 1-Hour Drive from Yellowstone NP!
$111 per night
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  2. Big Sky
Ski-in/ski-out cabin with lake view, private hot tub, & WiFi
$655 per night
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  2. Columbia Falls
Columbia Falls Home 19 Mi to Glacier National Park
$147 per night
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  2. Pony
Potosi Hot Springs Cabin Rentals BEAR CABIN
$350 per night
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  2. Big Sky
Gallatin River Guest Cabin Luxury Home on 1 Acre
$400 per night
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  2. Trego
Trego Resort -Style Cabin w/Lake,Trails & 40 Acres
$173 per night
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  2. Pony
Potosi Hot Springs and Cabin Rentals TROUT CABIN
$350 per night
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  2. Augusta
NEW! Cozy Augusta Cabin w/ Grill - Walk to Main St
$86 per night
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  2. Pony
Potosi Hot Springs and Cabin Rentals ELK CABIN
$350 per night
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  2. Whitefish
Mountain View Duplex
$336 per night

Cottages in Montana

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  2. Sula
Creek Side Cottage at Reimel Creek Ranch
$225 per night
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  2. Kalispell
Clark Farm Silos #2 - Incredible Mountain Views
$182 per night
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Clark Farm Silos #4 - Scenic Mountain Views
$182 per night
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  2. Kalispell
Clark Farm Silos #1 - Panoramic Mountain Views
$193 per night
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Clark Farm Silos #5 - Sweeping Mountain Views
$182 per night
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  2. Kalispell
Clark Farm Silos #3 - Stunning Mountain Views
$182 per night
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  2. Kalispell
Farmhouse Cottage with stunning views!
$177 per night
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  2. Helena
Executive Cottage-Walk to Trails/Downtown
$116 per night
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  2. Big Sky
Cozy cottage at Big Sky, MT The A-Frame
$175 per night
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  2. Kalispell
Strawberry Mnt Lookout-Tranquil Retreat On 5 Acres
$270 per night
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  2. Whitefish
Whalebone Cottage quiet setting + 6 miles to town
$725 per night
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  2. Missoula
The Cottage
$85 per night

Your guide to Montana

Welcome to Montana

Montana easily earns its unofficial nickname: Big Sky Country. There’s something about the jagged peaks and sweeping prairies that make the horizons seem vaster in the Mountain West. Hundreds of lakes, alpine trails, and thrilling slopes help explain Montana’s allure as an outdoor adventure destination, where legendary national parks such as Glacier and the northern reaches of Yellowstone preserve some of America’s most pristine wildernesses. This is also a place meant for road trips. Threaded through with remote highways and scenic drives, the state’s landscapes vary dramatically as you move from one side to the other — from the Great Plains in the east to the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains in the west. When you finally roll into main cities such as Billings and Missoula, or popular destinations like Whitefish and Bozeman, you’ll find little urban centers known for their rising culinary scenes, craft breweries, and Montana’s unmistakably rugged culture.


How do I get around Montana?

Montana is the fourth-largest state in the union by land area, but with one of the lowest population densities. That means there are limited public transportation options. You’ll want a car to get around. Thankfully, flying in is easy: The state claims five international airports, each located conveniently near major outdoor destinations. For access to the northern entrances of Yellowstone National Park as well as ski resort Big Sky, fly into Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN). Billings Logan International Airport (BIL) in southern Montana and Missoula International Airport (MSO) in northwest Montana provide access to the state’s two largest cities. Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) in Kalispell is the most convenient for trips to the iconic Glacier National Park.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Montana?

Montana’s national parks get busiest in the peak months of July and August. Summer offers the most predictably warm weather, which makes it ideal for hiking, swimming in the lakes and rivers, and backcountry excursions. Early fall sees crowds thin. September and early October are favorite months for solitude seekers. From December to March, snow in the Rocky Mountains lures the crowds back to the slopes around resort towns like Big Sky and Whitefish. Away from the resort towns, winter and spring can be somewhat unpredictable, with conditions generally a bit colder and snowier east of the continental divide. Heavy snowfall means remote roads are often not maintained, leaving many magnificent landscapes accessible only to experienced outdoors people.


What are the top things to do in Montana?

National Bison Range

Visit one of the few places left on the continent where the bison still roam freely. On the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana, the National Bison Range conserves the habitat for around 300 of North America’s largest mammals, a species that nearly went extinct in the late 1800s. Under the stewardship of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the nature refuge gives wildlife watchers and photographers opportunities to spot these majestic creatures up close.

Glacier National Park

If your mental image of Montana has magnificent snowy peaks and pristine evergreen forests, then you’re probably picturing Glacier National Park — an expansive wilderness area in the northern Rocky Mountains. It’s a top destination for outdoor recreation, with 762 alpine lakes and more than 700 miles of trails to explore. The seasonal Going-to-the-Sun Road crosses the park from east to west, lined with scenic viewpoints.

Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

Hikers trace the continental divide several hundred miles through western Montana, where you can step between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans’ watersheds. The epic long-distance trail cuts across multiple scenic areas, including the Bob Marshall Wilderness and Lewis and Clark National Forest. Akin to the Appalachian and Paific Crest trails, the Continental Divide is a destination for backpackers, though its many access points make it easy to do day hikes.