My husband and I just spent two nights in one of the cabins at the Timber Wolf Resort while visiting Glacier National Park over the Labor Day weekend. When I called at the last minute on a holiday weekend to make reservations I was very pleased with the very friendly reception I received. The owner answered all of my questions, and helped me pick the right cabin for us. The location of the Timber Wolf Resort is within a 10 - 15 minute drive from the Park and is nesteled in the trees right off the highway. They have cabins, RV spaces, and a B & B available. They offer cabins with and without power and heat, and with varying types of sleeping arrangements. We did not stay in the B & B but from what we could see, it looked like a very nice facility. This is a more back to nature kind of facility with narrow gravel roads winding up to the cabins, with natural trees and brush. If you want grass, we didn't see any, but that's not what we were interested in anyway. They do have a nice gazebo and public fire ring, but each of the cabins also have their own fit pits. There is a public restroom with showers just a short walk away from the cabins. I am very particular about using public bathrooms & showers, however, I was very impressed with how clean this one was kept and I had absolutely no reservations about using the facility. We rented a rustic cabin, more for the atmosphere and more camping like experience. The price was very reasonable. The rustic cabins do not have heat, air conditioning, power, or private bathrooms. Our cabin was very plain and simple, but met our needs. It had a full size and a twin size beds. You have to take your own bedding or you can rent bedding either one. We had sleeping bags. The mattresses were covered with plastic, which really didn't bother me. I actually thought that made things a little more sanitary. We just put sheets down over the mattress. The cabins have a small covered deck, picnic tables, and a fire ring. Our cabin was the furthest one from the highway, and it was right next to two different trailheads. There is WiFi available, but it didn't reach as far as our cabin, but then again, we were there to experience nature not the internet. The only negative things were our cabin didn't really have sufficient parking since the fire pit was in the parking spot, so we had to park somewhere else while we had our fire going, but that wasn't a huge inconvience. The cabins are a little close together, but really no closer than any other place we looked at with cabins, however our fire pit and the fire pit for the cabin next to us were just feet away from each other, which didn't afford us much privacy, but that was not a huge deal either. We heard very little noise from the highway, but unfortunately our neighbors did not respect the quite hours and kept us awake quite late, so that was frustrating. On the other hand, if you are traveling with a group, the closeness of the cabins does offer you a more intimate camping experience. All in all, we found this facility to meet our needs for lodging and I would stay here again.
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