Built in 1907, the Tamarack Lodge was one of the first visitor centers around Glacier National Park. It was moved from its original location in Belton/West Glacier and rebuilt log by log in the 1940's at the current location eight miles from the west entrance of the park. The lodge remains a source of hospitality, welcoming visitors to the area with its original lodgepole pine architecture and stone fireplace. It has played host to a restaurant, dance hall, and even a roller skating rink over the years!
Lodging Style and Amenities
The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins provides four lodge rooms within the lodge itself and we have also expanded to include 22 private cabins located in the five acres surrounding the lodge. We love where we live and have taken care to incorporate business practices that enhance the visitor experience whilst protecting our environment. The lodge is heated using geothermal heat as primary heat source. We have a recycling policy and recycling bins are located throughout the property for the use of our guests. We also use chemical free cleaning products wherever possible, opting instead for microfiber cloths and water where it is appropriate.
Breakfast Style ServedBreakfast Not Included
Season OpenWe are open all year round (the closest lodging to Glacier National Park fully open year round)
Additional Services Available
We work closely with local outfitters to get great discounts on seasonal activities for our guests. Take a guided snowshoe tour in the winter months or go whitewater rafting or horseback riding during the summer. Fishing is available year round. See our website for the latest deals on activities. Our espresso bar and gift shop is open to all. Bike rental available also. Now with Saloon and Smokehouse on site!
Rate RangeOur lowest priced accommodation is our single unit cabins which rent from $63 in winter. Highest priced are our 2 bed family cabins which rent for $320 in high summer.
The Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins are located next to Glacier National Park within the Flathead National Forest. The closest big city is Kalispell, located only 30 minutes away. Glacier International Airport is located nearby Kalispell, and is only 20 minutes away. The airport code for the Glacier International Airport is FCA.
From the South: Approximately 8 hours drive from Yellowstone National Park. From Yellowstone, take Highway 287, 191, or 89 north to Interstate 90. Follow Interstate 90 west to Missoula. In Missoula, get on Highway 93 north to Kalispell. In Kalispell, take Highway 2 east all the way through the town of Hungry Horse. We are located on the right side of US Highway 2 at 9549 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, Montana.
From the East: Traveling across Montana from the east, follow Highway 2 going west. We are 8 miles past the town of West Glacier, on the left at 9549 US Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, Montana.
From the West: Traveling from Spokane or Coeur D’Alene, take Interstate 90 east to St. Regis then take Highway 135 and Highway 200 east to Highway 93 north to Kalispell. At the intersection of Highway 93 and Highway 2, take Highway 2 east towards Glacier National Park all the way through to the town of Hungry Horse. We are located about 2 mile past Hungry Horse on the right at 9549 US Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, Montana.
GPS Users: We are located at N 48 23.914′, W 114 02.480′.