Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Glacier National Park 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 swimming pools. Prices start at $424 per night, and cabins and houses are popular options for a stay in Glacier National Park. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Find a cabin rental by Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park stands out as one of Montana's top highlights. The park includes over 700 miles of hiking trails with varying degrees of difficulty, so both expert and novice hikers can experience the beautiful surroundings. If you'd rather not walk, you can drive along Going-to-the-Sun Road, which runs east to west through the middle of the park. You may spot mountain goats and sheep along the scenic route. When you rent a cabin in Montana near the park, you can sleep in bedrooms with comfortable queen-sized beds for adults and twin beds for children, so everyone can receive a good night's sleep.


History surrounds Glacier National Park vacation rentals

Montana has a variety of historic sites near Glacier National Park and local vacation rentals that provide a glimpse into its long history. The Conrad Mansion, a Victorian-style home built in 1895, is now a museum with period furnishings and many of the original owner’s artifacts. The Daly Mansion, the former summer home of Marcus Daly and his family, is a vast estate with a Victorian house, a Georgian-Revival house, an arboretum, and a botanic garden on sprawling acreage that’s lovely to explore. The DeBorgia Schoolhouse, a two-room schoolhouse from 1908, is an interesting historic site that showcases life at the turn of the century. The Fort Fizzle Historic Site, once used by Lewis and Clark as a barricade during the Nez Perce War, has a unique history that should be interesting to the entire family.

Things to do

Adventure surrounds Glacier National Park vacation homes

Glacier National Park is in the heart of the Montana wilderness, offering endless opportunities for sightseeing and adventure. Vacation home rentals can be found near such sites as Going-to-the-Sun Road, a picturesque alpine road with views of the waterfalls and wildlife, and Lake McDonald, an alpine lake with kayaking and canoeing. Logan Pass, an elevation pass in the Continental Divide, offers dramatic mountain views and lush woods for nature lovers. The Grinnell Glacier is a must for hikers, due to its challenging trails and beautiful, intact glacier.

Outdoor activities

Nature near Glacier National Park vacation home rentals

The vast landscape and diverse terrain of Glacier National Park are a dream for outdoor enthusiasts. On land, road biking, hiking, golfing, rock climbing, ice climbing, and zip-lining are popular ways to explore the area. In the lakes and rivers, visitors enjoy kayaking, canoeing, boat tours, fishing, swimming, and whitewater rafting, as well as other watersports. No matter your inclination, vacation homes in the area give you convenient access to all that the park has to offer.

Family friendly

Family Family fun in Glacier National Park cabin rentals

Glacier National Park has endless opportunities for kids of all ages. Vacation homes are available near outdoor excursions like Iceberg Lake, a beautiful body of water with views of notable peaks and exciting watersports, and Swiftcurrent Lake, a family-friendly area with a park and kayaking. Two Medicine Lake, a serene spot with mountain reflections, a historic chalet, and trails for all skill levels, is a great place for outdoor adventure with the kids. Cracker Lake, a turquoise lake with calm waters and nature trails, is ideal for young children.

Good for couples

Romance in Glacier National Park vacation homes

With its beautiful scenery and quiet atmosphere, Glacier National Park is great for a romantic getaway. Vacation home rentals can be found in the heart of the landscape, putting you within reach of locations like Saint Mary Lake, a huge area with wildflowers, boat tours, and interesting wildlife, and Avalanche Lake, a scenic spot known for spotting bears and elk, and having rigorous hiking trails. You could also try the Highline Trail, a notable hiking trail that traverses alpine meadows and the Continental Divide, and Hidden Lake, a secluded lake with stunning mountain views and a relaxing atmosphere.

How many vacation rentals are available around Glacier National Park?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 501 vacation rentals around Glacier National Park. From 182 cabin rentals to 395 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.