Description of Glamping Units
This pet-friendly yurt rental has the most beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains in Montana, and it can sleep up to six people. The sleeping arrangements include two sets of bunk beds and a futon. The yurt is just under one mile from the main lodge, meaning they will have all the privacy needed, but they are also close enough to enjoy all the amenities of the main lodge. The kitchen is equipped with pots, pans, and tableware, but to use the stove, guests must bring their own small, 16-ounce propane tank. Five gallons of water is provided, and there is a separate bucket with water to use in the kitchen sink.
The comfortable living area has table, chairs, and a wood-burning stove, and firewood is supplied. There are many amenities outside for guests to enjoy, including two kerosene lanterns, a barbecue, and outdoor furniture on the deck, meaning guests can look out onto the most beautiful views. If guests bring their own propane tank for the stove, they can also use it for the barbecue. Guests must be aware that they need to bring their own sleeping bags and linens, a cooler for ice, and headlamps.
In the winter, the yurt cannot be accessed by a car—it can only be accessed by skiing in and out. The hosts at this site provide a pull sled for bringing skiing equipment to the yurt, and guests are asked to pack lightly. Otherwise, they should bring another device to help bring all the gear to the yurt. Read More
- Bunk beds
- Dining table
- Kitchen equipment
- Lounge/Living room
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Wood-burning stove
There are many facilities at this pet-friendly glamping site for everyone to enjoy. The main lodge is a great place for pets and their owners to retreat to after a fun-filled say as there are cozy couches and chairs, and a fireplace to keep warm by while doing puzzles and playing games. In the spring, summer, and fall months, the lodge can be rented out at its own entity meaning it will be available for guests to use at the site.
Guests will see a retail and rental shop in the main lodge when they check-in, and they can rent skis and snowshoes, along with ski equipment. There is a deck off the main lodge for soaking up the sun and there is also changing rooms, a wax room, and bathrooms in the lodge.
There is a $10 pet fee, per dog per night, and there is a two-night minimum stay on weekends and holidays.
The 7% tax is not included in the listed rates and the trail passes are also not included in the standard daily rate.
Location + Surroundings
Whitehall is a small city in southern Montana in the Jefferson Valley situated on the Lewis and Clark Trail, two miles from the famed Jefferson River. Just 25 miles away is the metropolitan city of Butte, the city of Bozeman is only 55 miles away and the city of Helena is 70 miles away. In Whitehall are the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Murals and the Jefferson Valley Museum, two of the city's most notable historical sites. Sticking with the overlying theme of the area, the Lewis & Clark Caverns is a picturesque and well-known state park, attracting tens of thousands of tourists every year. During the winter months, skiing is the main attraction in Whitehall, thanks to the Tobacco Root, Highland, and Bull mountain ranges. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
In winter during the ski season, the main lodge is open to all guests staying on the property and they can enjoy a hearty bowl of homemade soup and sandwich lunch. The lodge also has a beer and wine license and guests are not permitted to bring their own alcohol in. Microbrews are $4, domestic beers are $3, bottles of Pinot Grigio, Merlot, Chardonnay, and Cabernet are $10 per bottle, and Malbec is $15 a bottle. Read More
For those who visit the glamping site in the winter, skiing is incredible in this area and guests will have access to many ski trails right from their accommodation. Snowmobiling is also very popular. For those who come in the warmer seasons, there are many different rivers and dozens of mountain lakes to enjoy fishing. Hiking is also a very popular activity, as dogs can rummage in the foliage and find a nature scent to follow it for miles. Meanwhile, guests can admire the most beautiful views that are in front of their eyes. Other activities include horseback riding. hunting, mountain biking, and four-wheeling.