It's a pretty spot for sure but the hillside location along a highway makes it too noisy for my liking. This is NOT a place for a big rig, either! I barely got my 40ft 5w turned around at the top and then tip-toed back down into a very tight parking space.
This was one of the most expensive places we camped during 2+ wks in Oregon, WA and MT. $48/day for power only! This looked like it might be the last RV campground heading east from Kalispell and that's why we pulled in. Wrong. Turns out there were a few more just a short ways down the road. I agree that the owners were very nice but I would not stay here again.
ps: Watch out for a misleading sign indicating you should take the next right. The next right leads to Hungry Horse Dam. Thankfully, there's lots of room to turn around just across the dam. Yes, I saw the small letters saying "1/4 mi." under the arrow and beside someone else's name. I didn't think it belonged with the arrow indicating a right hand turn when I first saw it and I didn't think so when I went back to look at it. It's just one of those random highway signs that are written and placed by an idiot but keep an eye out for it if you're travelling east.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Timber Wolf Resort is a family owned and operated authentic facility on 17.6 wooded acres just nine miles from the West entrance of North America’s crown jewel, Glacier National Park. Timber Wolf Resort proudly presents several year-round lodging and recreational options for visitors to the Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park. We have lodging for most every taste from Bed & Breakfast rooms with breakfast delivered to your room each morning to cabins and tent camping. We also have RV spaces with either full hookups or electric only. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Timber Wolf Hotel Hungry Horse
- Timber Wolf Resort Hungry Horse, Montana