The Tucker Cabin (sleeps 8). Beautiful, newly remodeled, log house in the woods. This log house has all the amenities! Large living room with a large fireplace to include a 52 inch big screen satellite TV.
This cabin is completely remodeled and has a modern Full kitchen, dish sets, all linens incl. Our queen room has all the comforts of home to include a 32 inch TV and is located on the first floor with a full sized bathroom. Check out the new pictures!
The cabin has 1 private bedroom with a queen bed and sat. TV. The other beds are located in the loft.
The loft has two queen beds and two bunks with a full on the bottom and twin up top. There is a beautiful upper deck and a full bathroom in the loft also.
Large deck that wraps around the whole cabin with a gas BBQ grill and patio furniture.
The Tucker cabin is adjacent to West Glacier KOA and 2.5 miles from the west entrance to Glacier National Park.
Park Adventures: At the park you can take advantage of many outings such as follows:
Helicopter Tours that encompass the entire park with breathtaking views taking you up to the Canadian border to Waterton Park. Half of the tours gives you a very good cross section of Glacier Park to let you view the Park's major glaciers and lakes.
Glacier Whitewater Adventure in Glaciers Country's high mountain peaks accumulate large amounts of snow each winter, which supplies an abundance of water for the Flathead Rivers Three Forks. This makes for wonderful spring time white water rafting which is quite challenging the Flathead rivers Middle Fork May - Sept seven days a week.
Horse Back Riding
You can bring your own horses and pack animals into the park. We have temporary stalls that you can use if you call ahead. There are some great trails that leave right from the house and many beautiful trails to ride in the park. The Tucker Lodge is almost completey surrounded by Flathead National Forest.
Northwest Montana offers native cutthroat, rainbow and brook trout in our lakes and streams.
The Highline Trail--This easy-to-moderate 12-mile (19km) round-trip hike, which gains only 200 feet in elevation, begins at the Logan Pass Visitor Center and skirts the Garden Wall at elevations of more than 6,000 feet to Granite Park Chalet. Keep an eye on your watch to be certain you'll have enough time for the return hike to Logan Pass. You can continue on from the chalet to ''the Loop,'' the aptly named section of Going-to-the-Sun Road where the trail actually terminates (an additional 4 1/5 miles [7km]), although you'll need to plan for a shuttle back to your car.
Piegan Pass To Many Glacier--If you're looking for a longer, tougher hike from Logan Pass, try this hike. You pick up the trail at Siyeh Bend about 3 miles (5km) on the east side of Logan Pass Visitor Center.
It's a 12 1/2-mile (20km) walk up over Piegan Pass, past Grinnell Glacier and Grinnell Lake to Josephine and Swiftcurrent Lakes before reaching Many Glacier Lodge. There are long stretches of up (and of down) walking.
The Tucker cabin was a little bit of winter paradise, waking up to a portrait of the snow covered mountains viewed through the dining room or living room windows. The cabin was perfect for us- kitchen stocked with utensils and cookware, the dining room with the beautiful light fixture and comfortable seating, and a cozy living room with the fireplace which was both functional and beautiful. We felt a sense of connection to Grandma and Grandpa Tucker with the recipes and notes framed on the kitchen walls. We couldn't have picked a better spot to relax, while at the same time, we were close to Glacier National Park and the Flathead River. We would love to come back in summer!
... The Tucker Cabin was a great platform for the perfect family get-a-way... skiing, shopping, snow activities and an abundance of scenery and wildlife all within a 40 mile radius. The staff ensured we had a worry free vacation and the kids loved the seclusion during the winter time. We will be coming back in the summer to see what the area has to offer. It was an ideal spot to get away from the cold temperatures of Alberta, Canada and still have ample snow. Thanks to KOA for a family building vacation.
We 've spent 3 days here. Absolutley fantastic cabin. Lots of room for the 7 of us.
A few suggestions though.....chairs for the deck and more spices for cooking.
The Tucker Cabin is well-cared for and beautifully decorated with an understated lodge/woods theme. Custom hand-painted signs and framed recipes add a creative personal touch, while several black and white photos of 1930s Glacier National Park bring a sense of history to the cabin.
The views from the high windows in the living/dining rooms are spectacular. During the day, the windows frame mountains on nearby Forest Service land. At night, one can sit in the living room and gaze at the stars. The enormous fireplace and chimney add to a cozy, homey environment.
The surrounding area is a wilderness playground for outdoor enthusiasts in both summer and winter. Our stay at the cabin was over the Christmas holidays and it was especially quiet, since the nearby campground was closed for the season. The Tucker Cabin stands alone, tucked into the trees at the end of a road, and it would be hard to imagine a more peaceful winter getaway. It's well worth a visit!
The Tucker Cabin is quite possible the most perfect log cabin ever! It is not only decorated beautifully but it is extremely charming. It has a wonderful history to it and is located near an extremely well-run and award winning KOA so renters are able to have the benefit of using all the amenities. We were so blessed to have found this "diamond in the rough" and plan to visit again. Thank you so much for sharing this special home!
Tucker Cabin offers the best of all worlds. Privacy and panoramic mountain views give the true feeling of tranquility and peace.
During the summer, relax at our KOA campground and take full use of our outdoor heated pool and hot tubs. Best of all, Tucker Cabin offers you prime location and easy access to everything northwest Montana has to offer. Located just 2.5 miles from Glacier National Park, you can explore the hundreds of miles of trail, take a helicopter tour, enjoy horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and exquisite fishing. A short drive will take you to a family fun center complete with a maze, go-karts, mini-golf, and water bumper-boats. Enjoy the summer sun with a visit to Big Sky Waterpark.
Looking to stay in the winter? There are plenty of activities to keep you busy. Ski or snowboard at Whitefish Mountain Resort. Go ice-skating in nearby Whitefish. Take a winter tour with cross-coutry skis in Glacier National Park. Many of the locals are avid snowmobilers. Regardless of when you stay at the Tucker Cabin, you can be sure there are plenty of activities to keep you busy.