Dog-Friendly Eco-Yurt Rental Located near Glacier National Park in MontanaCoram, Montana (United States)
Dog-Friendly Eco-Yurt Rental Located near Glacier National Park in Montana
- Pets allowed
This is a dry yurt, meaning that it does not have running water. The bathroom facilities are located on the property in the common area. The common area also includes a shared full-size kitchen. However, guests can also prepare basic meals in the kitchen area in the yurt, as it comes equipped with a small refrigerator, a microwave, a toaster oven, and basic cookware, dishes, and utensils.
Glampers will find that this rental is quite friendly and social. At the end of the day, guests like to convene around the campfire and share stories with fellow travelers under the stars. Overall, it is the perfect place for nature lovers and wanderers to enjoy simplistic living and have a unique experience in the unforgettable landscape of northern Montana.
The dog pen, affectionately referred to as the Zen Pen, measures 18 feet by 22 feet and stands six feet high. The host's Great Pyrenees, Macy Laine, is well contained in the Zen Pen, and guests' dog will likely be, as well!
There is no Wi-Fi on-site, as the host would like to maintain a sanctuary in which guests unplug and unwind. The beauty of the surroundings and the quiet of the property is something to truly enjoy. For those in need, there is good cell service, and there are eating and drinking establishments nearby that offer free Wi-Fi.
If you cancel 7 days or more prior to check-in.
- Double bed
- 2 Bunk bed
- Water potable
- Hot water potable
- Firewood additional charge
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Toilet paper
- Shared Kitchen
- Cooking basics
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Picnic area
The property is also very friendly to people and guests can socialize in the common area, which is complete with a large deck, gas grills, and picnic tables. The common area is also where the shared kitchen and bathrooms are housed. At night, guests can gather by the fire pit and relax next to the campfire after a long day of adventures.
Parking is available on site.
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
Just seven miles from Glacier National Park, this yurt rental is the perfect place from which to launch an adventure of a lifetime at Glacier National Park. The park is laced with over 700 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking adventures through peaceful alpine meadows, over rocky mountain terrain, through idyllic forests, and to the spectacular Hidden Lake. Glampers that didn’t bring their own bikes can rent them at one of the outfitters around the park.
Visitors wanting to see more of the park should check out private and group tours led by expert local guides. Tours can be specialized for the needs of the guests and can be taken by foot, by bicycle, by bus, or even by helicopter for a truly unique perspective. Local guides are also available for fishing trips in some of the best fishing holes in the country against a backdrop of some of the most breathtaking views in the world. Johnsrud Outfitters in Columbia Falls offers guided fly fishing trips.
Those wanting a true Montana experience will want to saddle up and explore the frontier on horseback. Idyllic rides will lead visitors through thousands of acres of pure western landscape that hasn’t changed much in a thousand years. Riders can imagine themselves as the Native Americans and western settlers of old as they ride through wildflower meadows, mountain passes, and rivers. Glampers can further immerse themselves in the wildness of the old western frontier by visiting historic chalets and lodges like the Historic Tamarack Lodge in Martin City. Guests can also hear traditional stories from Native Americans and attend cultural shows and events.
Adrenaline seekers can’t miss white water rafting on the glacier waters of Flathead River. Trips wind through awe-inspiring terrain on waters that run from tame for beginners to class IV rapids for more advanced rafters.
For the scenic drive of a lifetime, glampers must take a trip down the Going-to-the-Sun Road, which winds through 52-miles of the breathtaking scenery of the Glacier area. This road carves through the mountains and cuts through the Continental Divide. Travelers will feel like they are going to touch the sun as they climb 7000 feet on Logan Pass.
For additional high energy activities, zip lining tours are available at Glacier Highline in Coram and Glacier Ziplines in Columbia Falls. ATV rentals are available at Glacier Ridge Runners in Coram and Jeep rentals are available at Glacier Jeep Rentals in Columbia Falls.
However explorers choose to traverse the park, they’ll have plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife such as elk, moose, deer, mountain goats, and eagles.
Outside of the park, the Columbia Falls Farmers Market runs every Monday during the summer. For nightlife, glampers can hit up the nearby Glacier Distilling Company in Coram or the Deerlick Saloon in Martin City.
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted.
Additional fees may apply upon booking and are subject to change.