Here is your chance to experience the romance and privacy of a rugged mountain log home with all the modern amenities that make a stay memorable.
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Just a stone’s throw away from the main house, Bad Rock Junction is a mini town of western log houses styled after those built by Scandinavian settlers in the 1850s. Crafted from square cut, hand-hewn logs dove-tailed together, their light finish preserves the natural warmth of peeled pine logs. Added in 1994, Bad Rock Junction has the feel of the old northwest. Another cabin has recently been updated from an old horse barn to a modern 2 story accomodation.
Every room in Bad Rock Junction features custom furniture hand-crafted of rustic lodge-pole pine, a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, air conditioning and a cozy gas log fireplace. The St. Mary Lake (Room 7) and MacDonald Lake (Room 8) each have a spacious living area with table and chairs and two queen beds to make room for the whole family. The Avalanche Lake (Room 5) and Hidden Lake (Room 6) each have a king bed and sitting area centered on the gas log fireplace. The newly renovated Swan Mountain Cabin (Room 9) is the largest of the Junction Rooms. It has a second story bedroom with a built in king bed, sitting area, half bath and balcony. The first floor has a queen sofa sleeper, 3 chair dinette and a full bathroom with tub/shower combination.
All the rooms have a large bathroom suite and spacious shower, individually controlled air conditioning, hair dryer, iron and ironing board and the added convenience of parking right beside your private entrance. Each room also has front entrance facing east towards the Swan Mountains and a rear entrance facing west towards the Whitefish Mountains. The rear entrance has a patio sitting area with two patio chairs per room. Click here Swan Mtn Cabin to see photos of the cabin in the Photo Gallery Page.