Comfortable and Cozy
Submitted: February 27, 2011
Stayed: December 2010
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!
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