Bass Creek Vista
This spacious country home provides an ideal setting for families and friends to truly enjoy the mountains, valleys, waterways, and towns of Western Montana.
The home features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a fully-equipped galley kitchen with adjacent dining area, laundry room with new washer and dryer, and 2 living areas, one w/smart TV. Satellite TV service and Internet access are available. Central air conditioning and heating makes the summer months cool and inviting, and the winter months warm and cozy.
The rates quoted are for an occupancy of 6 guests, including children one year or older; additional fees will apply for groups of more than six guests total. Please contact the owner to make arrangements to include additional guests. Travelers are asked to review the owners' Rental Agreement attached to their reservation and ask for clarification if needed.
You are invited to make this comfortable, accommodating home your vacation hub, then come back and take it easy in a peaceful setting with a view of mountain peaks from the deck. The property includes 2.5 acres located 15 - 20 minutes south of Missoula, home of the University of Montana and divers sights, sounds, and opportunities for shopping, eating, and recreating.
Day trips by car, motorcycle, bicycle, and afoot abound. North from Missoula, head through the Mission Valley to the towns of Polson and Bigfork, and savor the beauty of Flathead Lake. Head west from the town of Lolo to Lolo Pass and beyond and take time to hike to Jerry Johnson Hot Springs. Travel south through the Bitterroot Valley as far as Lost Trail and Chief Joseph Passes while enjoying the grace and majesty of the Bitterroot peaks. Venture east to historic Butte, setting for the Montana Folk Festival in July, or the delightful town of Phillipsburg, home of the Sapphire Gallery. For bicyclists, the scenic Bitterroot Trail extends from Missoula through Hamilton and provides a safe, paved surface to explore the Bitterroot Valley. The Trail is minutes away from home. Hikers may choose from dozens of well-marked, scenic trails along the Bitterroot Range.
The rivers, streams, and lakes of western Montana are renowned fisheries. In addition, they provide myriad opportunities for boaters, rafters, canoeists, and kayakers. Any number of local businesses would love to outfit and/or guide water adventure-seeking visitors. This home is a 20 minute walk to the Bitterroot River where guests can stroll and fish along the river’s channels in Chief Looking Glass State Park. Guests are invited to take advantage of the large yard and grounds around the house to watch for deer, wild turkeys, ducks, and the occasional fox. Evenings around the fire pit and stargazing are a perfect end to an exciting day. This home away from home awaits you!