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Bison Creek Ranch

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 14 August 2012

We just got back from Glacier and spent 2 nights in one of the A frames. It is very rustic and old so we didn't expect much, and that's what we got. They let us check in at 1 so that was nice to unload before exploring the Two Medicine area. Walking into the bedroom on the main floor I...

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5Thank frozentundraguy
East Glacier Park, Montana, United States
Reviewed 12 August 2012

Bison Creek Ranch was great- A-frame cabin was clean- comfortable beds, huge lawn area- food was excellent in the restaurant- great steaks, fried chicken, omelets, sausage, huckleberry rolls and pancakes, etc. made from scratch. Owner and family very classy , and just had wonderful warmth and friendliness- other A-frames close by but had friendly Canadians who petted our dogs and...

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Halsey, Oregon
Reviewed 6 January 2012

My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights in mid September, 2011. The rural setting, quiet and scenic was just right. The rooms were very clean (we stayed in one of the older cabins) albeit rustic, but that is just what we wanted. For $65.00 per night in the East Glacier area, with a very nice breakfast included, that...

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1Thank Joseph L
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 6 September 2011

Spent one night there and although Keith the host was very pleasant, would not recommend staying there. We had one of the 'Gandy Dancer' cabins and were throuroughly turned off by how unclean it was, especially for the price. Rate was $95/night and we also had to pay additional $24 for our two toddlers (both under 4) I wouldn't let...

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4Thank David K
Cary, North Carolina
Reviewed 25 August 2011

Had a magical time. Perfect place to escape to. No phone, no WiFI, no TV, no AC, no pool, no crowds, modest price. Loved It! Two seniors expecting to camp stumbled on this fantistic cottage colony and stayed 3 nights, didn't want to leave. Quiet setting, great views, clean and neat cabins, owners on sight are good folks. Breakfast included....

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Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 14 August 2011

Very friendly hosts, good food, and decent accommodations. The grand kids really liked this place even though there was no internet or cell phone service. Because Amtrak was 8 hours late, we arrived at 2:30am, but owner was waiting up for us. This kind of friendly family welcome pervaded place. Breakfasts very good (although you take what you get) and...

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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Reviewed 3 August 2011

We have stayed here twice, and we LOVE this place!! It is a family owned business, and the family is very nice. They got (I believe) 3 dogs and a cat that are very sweet and good to people. I played fetch with one of them! They offer the best free breakfast ever that I know of -- it's a...

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1Thank colbyRachmaninoff
Ohio
Reviewed 30 July 2011

Had a one night stay at Bison Creek Lodge and would not stay with them again or recommend it to anyone else. The chalet was not very clean (cob webs) and the bathroom was way too small even for average sized persons. The ceiling fan switch is positioned very high and I had to stand on a chair to reach...

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2Thank noladyohio
Reviewed 23 July 2011

Cute little mom and pop establishment. A. frame cabins are dated and not very well built...watch your head when going up stairs! Be careful coming down as well as stairs are very steep. A curious thing...same key opens all A frame cabins and possibility all rustic cabins as well. Don't ask how I found that out as it is a...

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1Thank WVGirl69
Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 1 July 2011

We stayed at Bison Creek while on vacation to Glacier National Park. It was like going to Grandma and Grandpa's house when you are a little kid. No internet or phones to bother you, just beautiful scenery and hiking. You can really relax like you are a kid again. Nice owners who cook great food. Large lawn for the kids...

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Bison Creek Bed & Breakfast is a family owned business, originated by the Schauf family in 1952. We are located 1 3/4 miles W of East Glacier Park, MT on US Hwy 2. Quite out of town location with over 200 acres to roam, great views, and focused on Montana hospitality. ... more   less 

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Address: 20722 US Hwy #2 W, East Glacier Park, MT 59434
Region: United States > Montana > East Glacier Park
Price Range: $107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 7
Also Known As:
Bison Creek Ranch Hotel East Glacier Park
Bison Creek Ranch East Glacier Park, Montana
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rashenhurst, 20 Aug 2013 | Read review
“We were very happy with the large cabin which had 2 queens and mini-fridge. Smaller rooms only have 1 bed and no fridge. The one bedroom cabin has small kitchen. There are 3 A-frames with 1 bedroom and with very steep stairs to loft which has 2 twin beds. The A-frames have kitchens. We were there to hike, not cook. And Aaron and Molly serve generous, delicious portions.”
Tonnatraveler, 11 Jul 2013 | Read review
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