Our log cabin is conveniently located near Coram Montana on a well maintained county road just 8 miles from West Glacier, the west entrance to Glacier National Park. It sits on 8 park-like acres overlooking a 27 acre pond/wetland that is home to many birds and animals. The setting is peaceful, teeming with wildlife and yet located near many wondrous and fun attractions.
Spring begins at the pond, with the emergence of the painted turtles. They have been hibernating and come out to sun themselves on the floating logs. Many birds visit and live at the pond. The most prevalent are grebes who build floating nests to hatch and raise their young. Ducks, loons and Canada geese are also residents. Blue herons are frequent summer visitors. Our last fall visitors before freeze-up were a family of 6 white swans. While the pond is a wonderful place for wildlife, it is not a place to swim or fish. The pond has an abundance of lily pads and fish as food for birds (too small for people). Enjoy our pond by watching the wildlife.
We have enjoyed many hours restoring this 1970's structure and now hope you will enjoy our resulting efforts. The furnishings are an eclectic mixture on new and old, comfortable and interesting, with handmade quilts on each beds. When you are tired of hiking you will find puzzles, a read-it-or-trade-it library and over 200 movies to entertain yourself. If cooking is your 'thing' the kitchen is fully equipped. Our favorite cabin spot for reading or dining is the porch. With patience and quiet the deer or elk they may come to visit; they are always around but are shy.
Please visit our Cabin Website by clicking the link below under 'Links to more information'. Our cabin website features a floor plan, lots more interior photos, and pages about the area including maps and our favorite day trips.
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