Discover a selection of 51 vacation rentals in Polebridge that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including WiFi and outdoor grills and BBQs. Prices start at $115 per night, and cabins and cottages are popular options for a stay in Polebridge. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

A step back in time

The town of Polebridge is a diminutive, quaint community on the border of Glacier National Park. With its residents few and its power supply non-existent, Polebridge is one of the last places in America that can claim to have always been off-grid. Though the general store and saloon are powered by a generator, the place really does give the feeling you've stepped back in time. Choose a Polebridge vacation rental, light the candles, sit out on the porch and pretend that you're living in the past for a few blissful days as you escape from the city.

Things to do

Independence Day fun or a grizzly run

Remote though it may be, the folks who live in Polebridge and the hundreds who join them during the summer months know how to have fun. Fourth of July celebrations see people flock to town for the wacky Polebridge parade and pageant. It's an ad hoc affair, but everyone joins in the party. Another big date in the Polebridge calendar is Le Grizz 50-Mile Ultramarathon. Every October, more than 100 runners take on one of the hardest double marathons in the world. The race sets off from The Polebridge Mercantile and Bakery.


Whitewater rivers and snowy peaks

The main draw of a Polebridge vacation rental is the chance to get back to nature and into the wild. Glacier National Park has over 700 miles of trails within over 1,000,000 acres of vast open space. Popular activities when the snows melt include hiking, rafting and fishing, either along the North Fork Flathead River, near Polebridge, or on the creeks and lakes higher up. In the spring, water levels are high with glacial meltwater, and whitewater rafting is possible. Into the summer, water levels drop, but the weather allows for wild swimming and better fishing.


Surprisingly busy in summer

The best times for a Polebridge vacation rental deal have to be during spring and fall. Before and after the summer, when the area is less busy, the flowers are in bloom and animals out roaming. It's also the best time for hiking when the weather is slightly cooler. During the high season, Polebridge gets surprisingly busy for such a small place. During the winter most businesses close, but you can still find lodgings. If solitude is what you crave, strap on your snowshoes and you can have the place all to yourself.

Natural features

America's natural zoo

The huge expanse of Glacier National park surrounding your Polebridge vacation rental is bursting at the seams with wildlife. Given that it's such a big area and has been a protected park since 1910, you can find everything from herds of elk and moose to deer and mountain goats. The park is also home to some of America's largest predators. It's not uncommon to spot both grizzly and black bears wandering in the foothills. Packs of wolves and solitary mountain lions also call Glacier National Park home. You can also keep your eyes peeled for wolverine and lynx.

How to get there

Transportation options to and around Polebridge

Fly into Kalispell, MT (FCA-Glacier Park Intl.), the closest airport, located 31.5 mi (50.8 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Polebridge?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 51 vacation rentals around Polebridge. From 34 cabin rentals to 33 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.