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Timber Wolf Resort Hungry Horse

Where is it at?

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Timber Wolf Resort
9105 US Highway 2 East
Hungry Horse
MT
59919
Tel: 406-387-9653

Directions

If you are coming from Hungry Horse on Hwy 2 traveling east, keep going out of Hungry Horse and the first entrance on the right is Hungry Horse Dam Road.

If you are coming from West Glacier on Hwy 2 traveling west, head out of West Glacier and drive through Coram past Martin City, then turn left in their entrance. They are about 9 miles west of West Glacier.

Where are we going today?

Montana is a beautiful state perfect for families to go exploring, and if you ever head there, you will see why!  Timber Wolf Resort is an ideal location to base yourself if you are traveling through to see sights such as Glacier National Park, which is in Flathead Valley in northwest Montana. 

They have camping options for all families!  Get back to nature with their primitive tent campings, or enjoy the comfort of your own RV with the basic and full hook up sites.

If you want to just pack your bags in a car and get on your way, you can stay in one of their super cozy cabins or enjoy a room in their lodge.

You will be surrounded by lush forests and native wildlife, so you have peace and seclusion as you sit back, relax with a good book or a tasty family meal and enjoy the snow capped peaks around you - perhaps even spot some wildlife!  Do you think you could tell the difference between a deer and an elk?  Try and spot them to find out!

They have BBQ and picnic areas to enjoy those home cooked meals, fire pits and even a playground for kids to play on.  For those active families you can enjoy some nature walks, hiking trails and biking trails.

Nearby the resort there are a ton of fun things to do, such as stream fishing, tennis, water skiing, mini golf, horseback riding, lake fishing, downhill skiing, boating, art festivals...and so much we don't have room to mention!  We can leave them as a surprise...!

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What is there to do?

Glacier National Park is the most popular attraction in the area, but you also have a host of off-site activities to do, both summer and winter.

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up From $40 / day
  • Tents From $28 / day
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Facilities on site

In addition to all the activities already mentioned, they have Wifi, a book exchange, bird watching, ice sales, email station and fax / photocopy service, firewood sales, showers and they also sell propane if you need it.

I'm Hungry!

BBQ and picnic area, as well as banquet facilities, BBQ facilities and firepits! There is also a general store where you can pick up some bits and pieces. .

What people are saying?

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    Timber Wolf Resort is a friendly and family oriented campground. I stayed in their B&B in May and had a great time. Timber Wolf and the surrounding area are beautiful and so relaxing with natural settings and tons of wildlife. The owners of the campground are extremely friendly and greet you with a big smile each time you see them. I felt welcomed and could tell they really cared about my experience. I will definitely be back and would highly recommend Timber Wolf to anyone who loves the outdoors. They also have RV, tent and cabins to offer...Read More

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    Same review on Trip Advisor, but bears repeating here too.

    These NEW owners really care about you being happy. Don't pay attention to older reviews. They work year round to make sure the place operates smoothly and is clean and comfortable. Our family personally visited 7 RV campgrounds in the area and chose this one for it's cleanliness, campsite setting and warm/welcoming hosts, Phil and Christine Marshall.

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    We hated to go to bed each night as the beds were no better than sleeping on the ground. There was no place to park by the cabin and we had to walk up the mountain to park. The bathrooms were a goodly distance - too far in the middle of the night . The main bathroom closed at 10 pm and didn't open until 8am. and there was no heat in the other one. There were 2 pages of ridiculous rules, ie. a fine for moving the picnic table, a $100 fine for a lost key, you could only burn wood purchased from them, etc. etc. We hated the place and would never...Read More

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by Madison Bain

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Timber Wolf Resort is a friendly and family oriented campground. I stayed in their B&B in May and had a great time. Timber Wolf and the surrounding area are beautiful and so relaxing with natural settings and tons of wildlife. The owners of the campground are extremely friendly and greet you with a big smile each time you see them. I felt welcomed and could tell they really cared about my experience. I will definitely be back and would highly recommend Timber Wolf to anyone who loves the outdoors. They also have RV, tent and cabins to offer guests.

by A Google User

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We hated to go to bed each night as the beds were no better than sleeping on the ground. There was no place to park by the cabin and we had to walk up the mountain to park. The bathrooms were a goodly distance - too far in the middle of the night . The main bathroom closed at 10 pm and didn't open until 8am. and there was no heat in the other one. There were 2 pages of ridiculous rules, ie. a fine for moving the picnic table, a $100 fine for a lost key, you could only burn wood purchased from them, etc. etc. We hated the place and would never go back!!!

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