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We love staying inside national parks, but Glacier is so incredibly crowded that the experience is tainted by a number of things. We stayed in one of the fourplex cabins. It was so small that we had to put most of our bags, once emptied,...More
Enjoyed staying here for one night on a Backroads Hiking Trip. Charming little cottages on the McDonald Lake are typical of most US park lodges. The back porch of the lobby has rocking chairs to sit and just enjoy the beautiful views of the lake....More
Our room on the first floor was quite small but comfortable though, crucially for me, lacking a desk. The bathroom was very small with a walk in shower, but not enough shelving.
We went down for dinner about 18:30, got on the reservation list and...More
I like to stay in Park lodges when visiting National Parks. Lake McDonald Lodge is another 100 year old Lodge that was on my list to try. I was disappointed that there was no elevator service to get us to our floor. The room was...More
The lodge is fantastic, historic, rustic, with friendly staff, delicious restaurant, and a view that can't be beat. I stayed in a single room with shared bathroom. The rooms have been updated with modern paint, coat hooks, and shelves that give a cozy look. The...More
Response from buypaulsen | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for delay replying. I would not just show up and try to get a room at Lake McDonald, cool place to even visit though. Columbia Falls and Whitefish are fairly close to the park. I would also book ahead for those.