This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$195/nt w 2 nite minimum; $1275wk
$185/nt - $1050/wk
$150-$175/nt - $775- $975/wk
$185/nt min 3 nts $1050/wk $2,850/mth
St. Mary's Glacier Travel Tips
St. Mary's Glacier Vacation Rentals for All
St. Mary's Glacier vacation rentals are some of the most luxurious rental properties in the state of Colorado, with some of them located along gorgeous waterfronts and others located at the base of mountains. The properties have plenty of amenities to make you feel like you are still at home including a full kitchen, hot tubs, air conditioning, heating and many other amenities. St. Mary's lodging properties can sleep anywhere from 4-12 people comfortably, depending on the type of property you and your travel party decides to rent for the weekend or the week.
You'll Find Different Types of St. Mary's Glacier Lodging
St. Mary's Glacier vacation rentals available include apartments, studio apartments, lofts, single family homes, condominiums, ranch houses, mansions and cabins. The majority of these rental properties come with the amenities mentioned above along with parking, a deck, kitchen utensils, more than one bathroom, entertainment centers, linens, and much more.
Front Range Vacation Homes Are a Skier's Paradise
Front Range vacation homes located in St. Mary's Glacier are located right in the thick of a skier's paradise. The town is home to less than 500 permanent, year round residents, making the main economy of the town based on tourism. Many of the rental properties are cabins located at the base of mountains, not far from skiing lodges. The properties have lake views, mountain views, and some of them even have hot tubs indoors and outdoors for you to relax in after a long day of skiing. Not only can you ski when visiting St. Mary's Glacier but you can also hunt if that is one of your hobbies. Deer hunting is popular and wildlife viewing is fun if hunting is not for you. There are local wildlife refuges and state parks, like Kings Canyon National Park, that will peek your interest.