Traditional Log Cabin Getaway on Lake Koocanusa in Lincoln County, MontanaRexford, Montana (Estados Unidos)
Traditional Log Cabin Getaway on Lake Koocanusa in Lincoln County, Montana
"Our family loved this place, we spent every morning enjoying our coffee and the view from the hot tub or the deck before spending the day on the la..."
- Jacuzzi/hidromasaje de uso compartido
- Barbacoa de uso compartido
- Cocina de uso privado
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Apto para bebés Menores de 2 años
Apto para niños 2-12 años
Se admiten mascotas
Prohibido celebrar fiestas
Algunos de los espacios son compartidos
Smoking is not permitted.
Pets are welcome upon request.
All reservations require a $300 damage deposit. Additional fees may apply upon booking and are subject to change.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location & Surroundings
Rexford, Montana (Estados Unidos)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Deportes de invierno
- Deportes acuáticos
- Paseos en bici
- Paddle surf
- Paseo en barco/velero
- Observación de aves
For families who love the great outdoors, it doesn’t get much better than northwest Montana. The lakes, creeks, and rivers that weave through the surrounding Canadian Rocky Mountains offer fantastic fly and freshwater fishing that will delight any angler. At Lake Kooncanusa, guests can enjoy fun and sun on the beach in addition to fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding. In the nearby mountains of Kootenai National Forest, climbers have an array of options such as Robinson Mountain, Mt. Henry, and Boulder Mountain. Outdoors enthusiasts can also take day trips to Glacier Park for hiking, scenic drives, fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, and more. Guests will want to bring their cameras to the park’s Lake McDonald with its mirrored waters and its rainbow stone beach.
The nearby town of Eureka has the Tobacco Valley Historic Village with a collection of local historic buildings from as far back as the late 1880’s and early 1900’s. A short distance from the village is the Tobacco River and guests can follow its course on Eureka Kootenai Rails to Trails or the Eureka Riverwalk Trail.