Lodge at Spoon Lake - Columbia Falls

Walk right out to your kayak or rowboat and listen to the loons sing their greetings or roast marshmallows at the custom fire ring bench. Lodge has a full kitchen, gas log rock fireplace, living room with picture window, large bedroom has a queen and a twin (also with picture window), the living room also has a twin sofa bed, full sized laundry in separate room, full bathroom with tub/shower.

Huge patio to enjoy new barbecue and tables. If timing is right, there are huckleberries around, and a volleyball area. A rowboat and 2 kayaks provide great water recreation to search for ice cold springs gurgling up into Spoon Lake.

Glacier National Park is just minutes away, take the shortcut across Blankenship Bridge where legendary the North Fork and the combined Middle/South Forks of the Flathead River meet. Explore some of Montana's finest fishing holes and whitewater rivers, or hike Glacier Park's magnificent peaks, waterfalls and glacial valleys in God's Country. Explore trendy Whitefish boutiques, or Bigfork's art galleries and summer stock playhouse, casual laid back Columbia Falls. We highly recommend the Three Forks Grille or the historic Polebridge Mercantile 27 miles north on mostly gravel roads with some of Glacier Park's most spectacular panoramas.

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Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
942 Lake Drive
Columbia Falls,  MT 59912

Phone: 949-690-1250

From Highway 2 in Columbia Falls, turn north onto Nucleus Avenue, drive through town, veer right onto Railroad Street, continue and go over the viaduct, 8.5 miles north, this road is Highway 486 (North Fork Road), turn left on Lake Drive, continue a .5 mile to 942 on your left. Pull into the driveway.

Season
May 15 - October 15

Hours
Not Available

Payments
Paypal

Reservations
Reservations Accepted, Reservations Required

Dvd, Fireplace, Internet Access, Kitchen, Laundry, Microwave, Non-Smoking, Parking, Refrigerator

Barbecue, Bird Watching, Boating, Childrens Activities, Fishing, Nature, Photography, Swimming, Walking, Wildlife Viewing