Polson: Houses, Cabins & More(30)
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$195 - $250
2 - 3 night minimum stay
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- Sleeps 15
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- Polson Chateau / Country House
There are not many natural amphitheaters in the United States or the world, but Polson, Montana is home to one of them. Visitors to Polson vacation rentals can enjoy the natural wonders surrounding Polson house rentals when they choose between the one- to three-bedroom homes available. The amphitheater is located at the foot of Flathead Lake, which also supplies beautiful views for many Polson condos.
May through June is the best time to visit Polson vacation rentals for guests who wish to see the amazing falls at Flathead River Gorge. During these months, water runs through the 200- to 500-foot walls of the gorge at a rate of 500,000 gallons per second. The natural beauty of the area is only one draw for those visiting Polson condos, since the area is also considered part of the Paul Bunyan Legend. The legend says Paul Bunyan dug the channel in order to connect the lake with the river. At Polson house rentals, guests can make a picnic lunch to eat while at the gorge and river.
A picnic, fishing, boating and swimming can all be enjoyed at Flathead Lake State Park, minutes from Polson condos. The park’s main feature is the natural freshwater lake, which is also the largest one of its kind west of the Mississippi. Points of interest to explore before heading back to Polson vacation rentals include Finley Point, Big Arm, Wayfarers, West Shore and Yellow Bay. There are also fish hatcheries and the Montana University Biological Station located near Polson house rentals.
Two local museums near Polson house rentals include Polson-Flathead Historical Museum and Miracle of America Museum. Miracle of America Museum has a variety of exhibits from vintage cars to a 65-foot logging boat. The museum takes visitors through history, showcasing important artifacts and goods. The historical museum has a stagecoach, chuck wagon and Native American artifacts too. They even have a 1881 restored trading post for visitors to examine.