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Visitors to Montana will find a range of accommodations, from budget lodging to first-rate hotels. Bed-and-breakfasts, dude ranches, campgrounds and resorts are the most popular, with styles ranging from rural and rustic in much of the state to world-class and luxurious in the Big Sky area. Montana's many hot springs provide the focus for resort cabins and lodges, and dude and guest ranches offer horseback riding, wilderness trips, fishing or nature programs. Options are varied with self-contained cabins (some luxury), bunkhouses and lodges. Several forest-service cabins are available for rent as well, and these rustic retreats allow you to experience your own private paradise. Many properties are open only during the summer (late May-early September), although some do reopen during ski season. Read More ...

There are several historic lodges in Glacier National Park along with campgrounds and backcountry chalets. Additional lodging can be found in St. Mary's, West Glacier and Essex (an Amtrak train stop on the park's southern border).

Lodges and cabins are plentiful at Yellowstone, but summer dates usually fill by the end of January. Motels, resort properties, bed-and-breakfasts and guest ranches are located less than an hour away from park entrances in Bozeman, Gardiner, Livingston, West Yellowstone, Red Lodge and Cooke City.< Show Less

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