Cozy and Rustic Camping Cabin Rentals of Varying Sizes in Fort Benton, MontanaFort Benton, Montana (United States of America)
Cozy and Rustic Camping Cabin Rentals of Varying Sizes in Fort Benton, Montana
Visit Fort Benton and explore Montana
These cabins in Fort Benton, Montana, are cozy, rustic, and simple, with lots of natural light. These are for guests who wish to experience nature without all the fuss and are ideal for couples or a small group of friends. One cabin is fitted with a queen-size bed, another with a double and a single bed while the third is equipped with two single beds. Small refrigerators are provided for each cabin but guests are advised to bring their own bedding. Restrooms and showers can be found throughout the campsite as well as WiFi.
There are three cabins, one with a queen-size bed, another with a double and a single bed while the third is fitted with two single beds. Each cabin comes with a small refrigerator; however, guests must bring their own bedding. There are laundry facilities, restrooms, and showers, and Wi-Fi is available throughout the site.
- Washing machine
- Queen-size bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Wildlife watching
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Fort Benton, Montana (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Wildlife watching
For a small town, there is certainly plenty to do. The town itself is buzzing with street dancing and performing arts as well as the beautiful quilt shows and flea market. Walks along the steamboat levee and the Fort Benton bridge are highly recommended for spectacular views and the surrounding prairie land. The Missouri Breaks National Monument Interpretive Center and the Museum of the Northern Great Plains are well-renowned top-class museums where visitors can experience hands-on exhibits about the culture, history, and wildlife of the area.
There are guided canoe and kayak tours of the river, walking and horseback riding trails. Glampers should visit the Sacagawea Springs just 30 miles away and the Giant Springs State Park. Nearby, there are air force base museums and the Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Golfing and biking are extremely popular in the area and the location is ideal for hunting and fishing.