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
$80 - $120 per night 3 night min stay
$275 per night 2 night min stay
$139 per night 2 night min stay
$903 per week 7 night min stay
Rexford Travel Tips
Rejuvenate With Rexford Vacation Rentals
Surrounded by the Canadian Rockies and national forests, Rexford vacation rentals allow you to escape to the peace and quiet of Montana's outdoor playground. Less than two hours from Rexford, you'll find Glacier National Park and Waterton National Park. If you want to explore Canada, it's only minutes away. Travelers seeking peace and relaxation can enjoy the area year round with a visit to one of the hot springs.
Celebrate Nature When You Stay at Rexford Cabins
Staying at Rexford cabins puts you close to a variety of outdoor activities from boating to river rafting and from golfing to hunting. Spend a day fishing for rainbow trout, kokanee salmon or whitefish, and then take your catch back to your cabin where you can prepare it in the fully equipped kitchen using your favorite recipe. Some vacation rentals in Rexford offer outside decks where you can enjoy your meal. From your cabin, you may even see some of Montana's wildlife like heron, osprey, moose, and deer.
Enjoy Your Stay in Lake Koocanusa Lodging
With Lake Koocanusa lodging, you have access to the 90-mile-long lake. Created by the Libby Dam, the reservoir offers another area where you can play. Pack a picnic lunch and head out for a day of hiking or swimming. While some areas restrict motorized boats, Lake Koocanusa allows them, meaning you can enjoy activities like water skiing or tubing. If you want to spend a day away from the water, consider heading to West Kootenai, the home of an Amish community that hosts auctions and events throughout the year. Rexford also offers local rodeos, dog sled races, and the Lincoln County Fair. If you visit in the winter, consider becoming a member of the Polar Bear Club, or stay dry and enjoy Alpine skiing.