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Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast is located in the mountains of West Glacier, Montana. It sits directly in the middle of the slightly larger community of Columbia Falls and the famous Glacier National Park to the northeast. Just minutes from the property lies Lake Five, and as a whole, the area is known for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, whitewater rafting, and sightseeing.
There are a variety of different lodging options at Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast. The resort sports 48 RV sites spread across the property, 4 cabins, 12 tent sites (or camping sites), and a bed and breakfast with 6 suites. This wide range of potential accommodations is one of the unique aspects of the property and is something that guests have spoken well of in reviews. Moose Creek rests in the forest landscape in between Columbia Falls and Glacier National Park, in a small community called West Glacier, all within the state of Montana in the northern United States. The area is dense in trees and other greenery, occasionally dotted with rivers and lakes. Mountains are a prevalent feature of the area and provide various outdoor activity options for all visiting guests. Though the features and amenities that are specific to each RV site, cabin, or bed and breakfast suite certainly vary, there are a few features of Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast that are available to everyone. These features include a bathhouse, volleyball nets, horseshoes (the game), swings, basketball, and tetherball. Small propane burners are available to rent at a low price to act as miniature fire pits. The property has a store on-site that sells basic goods such as ice, propane, fire rings, and souvenirs. In addition to those essential retail items, Moose Creek also boasts a small bakery on-site, which is known for cinnamon rolls, muffins, and pies of many different kinds. Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast is open from May 15th to October 1st of each year. July and August are the busiest months for the property.
The desired culture at Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast is that of family-friendliness. Due to the wide range of attractions in the vicinity, it is a common occurrence for entire families to make their way to the area in search of outdoor adventure or relaxation. Moose Creek strives to provide an atmosphere where guests can achieve those goals. The resort is filled with simple activities such as horseshoes and basketball for those who want a short burst of fun without leaving the property. However, the owner of Moose Creek—Jason Holmes—says that the property's most prominent intention is the "hope that guests have a relaxing time." Guest reviews of Moose Creek show a few common themes, including an appreciation for the level ground that the property sits on, friendly staff and service, cleanliness, and unique experiences provided by the resort's varied styles of camping and lodging. For more adventurous endeavors, families can make their way to one of the many elements of nature located nearby. Whitewater rafting, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and fishing are examples of just a few of the potential attractions in the area. West Glacier, Montana, is most known for Glacier National Park, which is just outside of town. This national park is famous for its hiking trails—of which there is more than 700 miles' worth. With over a million acres of land to explore, it's no surprise that many of those who stay at Moose Creek are there for Glacier National Park. Other nearby attractions include Glacier Highline, a ropes course and adventure camp, and Glacier Ziplines, whose name is self-explanatory.
Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast has been in business for around 40 years. For a long time, the property was known as SanSuzEd, when it was under previous management. In 2018, Jason Holmes and his wife Katie decided to buy the property when they saw that it was for sale. It had always been their dream to enter the lodging industry, primarily due to their love for the outdoors. They changed the name to Moose Creek RV Resort and Bed & Breakfast, and they state with happiness that it is "family-owned and operated." Their customer service has been praised by guests in their reviews of Moose Creek. Jason says that they have enjoyed running the property. His favorite part about the work is being able to do it for himself and meeting people from all over the world.