Secluded Camping Cabin with Impeccable Green Landscapes in Helena, Montana
- New accommodation
- Pets allowed
In the living room, guests will find a sofa, chairs, and large windows that bring in plenty of light to illuminate the cabin. The fully equipped kitchen comes with a gas stove, a microwave, a toaster oven, a coffeemaker, a refrigerator, and a dishwasher. In addition, it is provisioned with staples such as basic spices, coffee filters, and cleaning supplies. The dining area has a large table that can easily seat eight guests. Other amenities include space heaters, an indoor fireplace, and a lovely sunroom with plenty of seating.
Outside, there is covered screened porch overlooking the vast meadow and mountain views, a cold tub, and a gas grill for barbecues. There are also multiple seating areas on the back deck and the meadow.
- King-size bed
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Twin/Single bed
- Bunk bed
- Linens and pillows
- Running water
- Air conditioning
- Safe box
- Cooking basics
- Dining table
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
- Outdoor furniture
- Sound system
- Front desk service
- Medical services
- Sports equipment storage
Location + Surroundings
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Jeep tours
- Feeding animals
- Winter sports
While staying on the property, glampers can take advantage of the location and explore Helena, Montana. Here, guests can visit sites such as the Cathedral of St. Helena, the Montana State Capitol, Montana Historical Society Museum, and the Original Governor’s Mansion. In addition, there are plenty of places to walk around in and explore such as Last Chance Gulch, a historic mine walking area. There is also the Great Northern Carousel, which is perfect for the entire family. For some outdoor adventures, visit the Gates if the Mountains national park, ski down the slopes of Mount Helena, or take a hike at MacDonald Pass. For a delicious meal, try one of the many restaurants such as Steve’s Café, Mediterranean Grill, and On Broadway. Lastly, for a refreshing cold brew, glampers can try famous breweries such as the Lewis & Clarke Brewing Company, and Blackfoot River Brewing Co.
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The maximum sleeping capacity of this property is 12. Any number over that suggests that the purpose of the stay is for a “Special Event.” Special event and pricing rules will apply. In cases of hosting events, please inform the owner ahead of time. For events, there is a three-day minimum stay, which includes overnight accommodations for 12, and a maximum of 150 guests.
The septic system has the capacity for only up to 12 guests. Any additional guests will require renting port-a-potties to be arranged and paid for by the guest. Tents, chairs, excess garbage, along with other equipment will be handled by the renter. Coordinate with the property manager about the specific locations for parking, tent placement, and portable toilet placement.
Garbage must be stored in an animal safe trash containers outside the kitchen across the stream. Garbage must be double bagged and sealed and recyclables must be rinsed to avoid attracting bears or other critters.
Beds must be stripped off the linens at the end of the stay.
The telephone can make local calls. A phone card must be used to make long distance calls. Cellphone reception is very patchy in the area. There are a couple of hotspots, where texts and calls can be sent and received more consistently.
Personal items left in and around the property will not be the host's responsibility. There will be a $25 service fee, plus shipping and handling for items claimed within 30 days.
Fires are prevalent in the summer as it can be very dry in Montana. The host will notify guests of weather conditions to avoid fires from occurring in and around the lodge. Guests should avoid using the fireplace if weather conditions outside are too dry and should not use the wood stoves in the rooms as they are not currently maintained and present a fire hazard. When using the portable space heaters, keep them three feet away from any objects and never leave them unattended. Using the outdoor gas grill or creating any fires in the open during a fire hazard is not permitted. There are fire extinguishers located in each cabin, but in an event of an accidental fire, guests should call 911 immediately.
Parking is not permitted in the front lawn, the space behind the lodge, or in the meadows. No motorized or off-road vehicles allowed and guests should check the map in the lodge for designated parking locations. The property manager can help direct overflow parking for additional vehicles.
To maintain green spaces and to avoid fires, guests are not allowed to set up tents in the front and back lawns. Tents should be set up in the lower meadow on the other side of the fence. Guests can check the map in the lodge for designated tenting locations.
Keep the gates closed and utilize walk-throughs next to the gates to prevent horses from escaping. Guests are asked not swing or hang on gates as it can cause permanent damage to their posts and mechanisms. Lastly, although the horses are friendly, guests should not feed the horses.