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This was our first stay at the Resort. Very clean campground and hot showers! The lake is small so it is already warm enough for swimming and going off the slide! The beach is soft sand and the docks are great for trout fishing! The...More
Wow! What a great place! So beautiful and clean! It's a perfect location, about three or four miles from the West Glacier entrance. The owner is a great guy who is very accommodating and willing to share all his local knowledge. If we ever get...More
We were the first folks to stay there for 2018. Ron was a gentleman and amazingly accommodations. After this interaction we decided to take more business there for the summer with our bike tours. It's a beautiful location and has everything you want for services.More
Response from lakefivehenry, Manager at Lake Five ResortResponded 4 weeks ago
You guys were great as first customers of the year and we're looking forward to the Cycling House group in July. You stayed with us being the only folks in the camp and your time in two months will be different for sure but even...More
Cozy cabin. Super convenient to Glacier park. Interesting memorabilia in the main office.
The manager/owner(?) honored the Internet price I had been quoted even though Expedia had lost the reservation.
We would definitely stay here again.
We unhitched our trailer here before driving on "Going-to-the-sun-road" at Glacier National Park. Close and convenient as all campgrounds inside park were full. Seemed decent enough for a trailer park next to a lake. When we arrived at 9pm after an all day excursion at...More
Response from lakefivehenry, Manager at Lake Five ResortResponded 18 January 2018
We are glad you liked our place but truly sorry we had to lock the bathrooms the night you arrived with the power out. Ordinarily we fire up a little four cylinder Chevy powered generator and keep the lights on and the water flowing but...More
Response from jim777nyc | Reviewed this property |
Low 80s may be the avg. Temps vary a lot there. I don’t remember a/c units. You won’t need them except in rare instances. It cools off at night. 30 degrees cooler at night often.Leave windows open after dinner and by bedtime... More
Low 80s may be the avg. Temps vary a lot there. I don’t remember a/c units. You won’t need them except in rare instances. It cools off at night. 30 degrees cooler at night often.Leave windows open after dinner and by bedtime it will be comfortable.