Glamorous Camping Tents in Whitefish, Montana
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- Pets allowed
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
All meals are served family style by cooks. Steak, chicken and BBQ cookouts are fun and delicious, should not be missed, and will not be soon forgotten. The aroma of fresh coffee will greet you each morning as you come into the dining room. To start your day, a wonderful breakfast might start with bacon, eggs, homemade coffee cake and fresh fruit. Lunches are out on the trail and packed on your horse, so you won’t miss any of the fantastic riding.
Your glamping experience is nestled in our pasture with wild flowers, our string of horses and all sorts of wildlife right outside so give us a call and we guarantee you’ll never think of camping the same way again.
Please note: During the summer months, this glamping site only offers three-night (Sunday-Wednesday or Wednesday-Saturday) and six-night (Sunday-Saturday) all-inclusive packages. These all-inclusive packages include lodging, maid service, three meals per day, on-site activities, all horseback riding activities, and scheduled evening activities.
- Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Safe box
- Queen-size bed
- Double bed
- Child's bed
- Dining room
- Game room
- Linens and pillows
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Bicycle rental
- Laundry service
- Medical services
- Sports equipment storage
Location + Surroundings
This site is a small ranch with about 30 guests per week. Being a smaller ranch gives the hosts the ability to (within their program) tailor the riding and activities to the guests that are there. The site sits at 3,200-foot elevation and is just 3.5 miles from downtown Whitefish (named one of the "Top Ten Cool Towns" by Frommer's Budget Travel). The site is surrounded by 3,000 acres of Spencer Mountain State Forest and has permits to ride on over a million acres of Flathead, Tally Lake, Kootenai National Forests as well as Stillwater State Forest.
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
Wake up, make a cup of coffee and sit on your deck watching the ranch come alive all around you. If you want to help with chores and catching the horses, you better hurry though - you have to be there pretty early. Head to breakfast and enjoy a hearty meal sure to keep you fully charged for your activity-filled day. There is so much to do in this all-inclusive glamping experience - guided trail rides, rodeo games, skeet shooting, cattle work, swimming, canoeing, archery, skeet shooting, horseback riding, fishing, wagon rides, square dancing, and all the activities on the ranch! Glampers can also make use of the property's boats, host cookouts, horse and tack, and hiking wilderness areas. Of course, it’s your vacation so if you prefer to sit back, relax, read a book, and let Montana surround you that’s fine with us!
While there are plenty of other activities, horses are the center of attention and riding is the main activity. Safety is the number one priority. Every guest has their own horse for the week (of course you can switch if you like), and you'll begin with a detailed horse orientation. Hosts choose your horse based on your riding ability. They offer rides ranging from one hour to all day, as well as horsemanship lessons and learning to barrel race. Rides vary from scenic walking rides to exciting loping rides. All rides are lead by DRA certified wranglers.
After several days of riding you might want to take a break and stretch your legs on one of the guided hikes in some of the most scenic country you will find anywhere. Other activities include skeet shooting, archery, canoeing, and square dancing.
Spencer Lake is bordered by the ranch on three sides. This lake is about 60 acres and filled with perch and pike. Hosts have a row boat, canoe and fishing equipment available. In the area there is some of the best fly fishing in the world, and guided trips can be set up.
Glacier National Park has been called the “Crown Jewel of the Continent”. The glamping site is just a 40 minute drive from the west entrance to the park. Many guests will take a day for the Red Bus Tour, or even add a couple of days after staying here to really hike and explore.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared