Historic Tamarack Lodge

Address: 9549 U.S. Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, Montana, 59919, United States | 3 star lodge
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This 3 star lodge, located on 9549 U.S. Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, is near Willow's HuckleberryLand.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHistoric Tamarack Lodge Hungry Horse

          Reviewed by wellstravel

          Great location, clean and comfortable

          Reviewed Jul 6, 2016
          by (7 reviews) League City , United States Flag of United States

          Cool place to stay. Very close to entrance to Glacier National park. Cute bar with excellent drinks (who knew), restaurant is good, we had prime rib one night. Our cabin had a kitchen so we were able to enjoy slow coffee/breakfast. Hosts are friendly.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Historic Tamarack Lodge Hungry Horse

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Hungry Horse

          Glacier National Park, I want to go again!

          A travel blog entry by wellstravel on Jul 06, 2016

          5 photos

          Glacier National Park is more remote and less developed than Yellowstone NP; it takes more effort to appreciate this park. And guess what you can't see an actual glacier at GNP unless you hike for miles. So sad global warming has made these glaciers so difficult to see. Best place to see actual glaciers is in Alaska!

          The Going to the Sun …

          Sperry Chalet

          A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 30, 2015

          Thursday morning, most of the group woke up and left at 5 to
          hike the Swiftcurrent Pass Trail, but I wasn’t feeling great and wanted to
          sleep in a bit. So Sandy and I headed to
          McDonald Lodge a little later in the morning to hike to Sperry Chalet. We parked at the lodge and started our hike
          around 930. Before we left the parking
          lot, we met an older gentleman named Jack, who was also hiking up to ...

          Grinnell Glacier

          A travel blog entry by nadyapb on Jul 29, 2015

          24 photos

          ... it with its melt. We ate lunch there, just looking up at the glacier and imagining what it looked like years ago, when it was 60% bigger, and what it would look like in a few years. Our descent gave us a really good perspective on the distance we'd covered. Lower Grinnell lake, St. Josephine Lake and Swiftcurrent lake all lay in front of us, and our trailhead was at the far side of the third lake, way in the distance. As we descended, I kept telling Olivia I didn't want this ...

          Flying to Glacier

          A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jul 25, 2015

          3 photos

          ... Hungry Horse, where our rental house was. It was a cute little house, with enough beds and bunk beds for all ten of us. Sandy and I, as the only married couple, got the upstairs master bedroom. It was nice and comfortable, but the ceilings were kind of low and hit my head on them throughout the week. But I had a nice desk area to set up my computer to dump pictures ...

          Glorious Glacier and upsetting Hillbillies

          A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 10, 2015

          46 photos

          ... teeth... And how ancient the minerals are in his conditioner I will never know. But if my ever thinning hair turns into a bushy mop within the next few days, I’m definitely buying some!

          The other challenge of staying in the Montana Wilderness is dealing with Hillbillies. Jim’s cabin is remote – a good 10 minute drive along narrow and uneven gravel tracks deep into the forest. Dotted along ...