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Apgar Village Lodge
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Tight quarters
User: Steve L from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Oct, 4, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 3
The rooms and bathroom were extremely small. Location inside the park was great. Spent a lot of time outside sightseeing and hiking and listening to rangers. That's all i have to say about this review.
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Never again
User: Babs8920 from: Catskill, New York
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Oct, 2, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 2
While Glacier National Park is beautiful, our cabin in Apgar Village Lodge was not good. It had an odd smell even though the beds were clean, but the little kitchen was so old I didn’t want to use it. The bathroom was terrible!!!! I mean the worst we’ve ever stayed in! The toilet rocked when you sat on it, there was a soft spot in the floor, the shower was one of those tiny stall showers and I couldn’t wait to get out of it. The bathroom is in desperate need of a complete renovation!

Great Value and Location
User: SHARON C from: WOONSOCKET
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We chose this because it accommodated 6 in a cabin within the park at a reasonable price. We arrived in mid-September so some amenities had already closed, but the stay was very pleasant and the location at the base of Lake MacDonald on the Going to the Sun road was superb. Staff was helpful. We arrived after 8 p.m. so they left the key at a late arrival box and we formally checked in the next day. The Cabins are in a nicely wooded area and are spaced somewhat randomly so you don't feel like you're in cabin tract housing like I've sen in other cabin parks. The cabins are definitely rustic and well-used, but they were clean and well-maintained. Deer roam through. Decent full kitchen and comfortable beds (we had 3 queens in two rooms). Outdoor charcoal grill was provided too. We weren't able to use the restaurant or other onsite activities as most had closed the weekend before but the gift store was still open and was much larger than we expected (although it could use a small section for basic groceries). No A/C, TV or WiFi but we knew that going in and I doubt A/C is needed here very often. We were able to get an adequate cell for my Verizon hotspot. Several large fans were provided and electric heat was very good as night temps dropped into the 30's. Minor issues: bathroom was extremely small and shower stall was barely larger than a phone booth with a very finicky water temperature control. There are no closets or pegs to hang clothes on so I'd recommend that they install shaker pegs into the wood walls. Overall a great value and amazing location.
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But, oh the view!
User: cinbadrmk from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 26, 2018
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2018
Rating: 3
If you are looking for a hoity toity (sp?) place to stay, go somewhere else. If you are looking for a drop dead location, serenity(in the evening) and view, stay here. (Except the walls are paper thin, so you may get to know your neighbors a little more than you thought). There are chairs outside each room and you park right outside your room, so potentially you could visit with someone from 20 or so different states at the same time, and never leave your front porch!! It's nice when the frantic "tourists" have gone home for the evening-as you get a sweet sense of what our great Grandparents might have experienced back in the day. No T.V., phones, airconditioning, but sweet communion with nature and neighbors!!
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Know before you go
User: Erik O from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Sep, 26, 2018
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2018
Rating: 2
There is a reason the website doesn't show the rooms, what you get for $120/nt is not what I expected. The rooms have 2 bedrooms, ours had a queen bed in the main room and a full in the back bedroom. There is a bathroom which is very "cozy" and the shower is the size of a shower in a camper/RV.There is no other amenities, no phone, no wifi, no coffee maker, there is a hair dryer. The walls are thin enough that you can make out the conversation in the next room.The biggest advantage of this place would be that you are already in the park, so that removed the anguish of the lines that form every morning. I can't find another advantage. Caveat emptor.
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