At $100 per night, these rustic cabins inside Glacier National are a bargain. Located at the southern tip of Lake McDonald, Apgar Village Lodge is a great place to stay a few nights while exploring the west side of the park.
The highlight of my stay was waking up around dawn each morning, getting a free cup of coffee at the lodge office, and watching the sun rise over Lake McDonald.
The reflections of the snow-capped mountains surrounding the lake would change as morning became afternoon.
In the evening, the brilliant reflections faded to dark. With little light pollution, the stars and moon lit up the night sky.
Here are a few photos I took while staying at the lodge.
6 thoughts on “Postcards from Apgar Village Lodge”
Loved the photos. Adding this place on my list. Best to you and Tiffany.
It’s beautiful and well worth the visit. Hope you are doing well.
I have been in Glacier the very same time as you! Your post on walking the Avalanche Lake Trail makes me believe we walked it the same day (with hundreds of others! May be the busiest hike of my whole hiking career),,,by the way, the boat trip on St. Mary Lake/hike to St. Mary Falls is well worth it if you are still in Montana…blessings to you!
Thanks Charlie. We weren’t able to do the St. Mary Lake hike, but next time we will check it out.
Excellent, Jimmy, as always. Am stealing one pic for my desktop.