Chief Mountain Lodge
Where Prairie Meets The Mountains – Just 15 Minutes From The Waterton Village
Chief Mountain Lodge is just fifteen minutes from Waterton Lakes National Park, on Highway 5 which runs through the beautiful & friendly community of Mountain View. The lodge has large windows to view the scenic Glacier & Canadian Rockies. It is surrounded by groves of trees, has an outdoor fire pit (wood provided) along with a large deck with a barbeque.
The lodge is a beautiful and cozy cedar-lined cabin catering to the entire family or groups of up to ten people. There are three bedrooms, a TV room, full kitchen and great room, one full-size bathroom and one half bathroom. There are laundry facilities available at no extra charge. The lodge is fully furnished and equipped with all bedding and amenities.
- Heating and air conditioning
- Towels, sheets, soap, and toilet paper
- Indoor fireplace
- Free Wifi
- Host greets you
- Private entrance
- 3 bedrooms, 5 beds
- 1.5 bathrooms
- Sleeps 10 people
- Bed linens
- Extra pillows and blankets
- Towels, hand towels, face cloths
- Hair dryer
- Shampoo and soap dispensers
- Fire extinguisher
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Smoke detector
- First aid kit
+1 (403) 332-3259
Contact Chief Mountain Lodge For More Detail and Availability
Check-in time is 3PM – 12AM (midnight)
There is a minimum of 2 night’s stay. When the Guest House is not being rented to large family groups, individual rooms can be reserved. For more information, please contact our host and managers, Josh Creason at (403) 332-3259 or Jan Creason at (403) 332-3259. You may also visit our website at: www.watertonaccommodations.com
- Strict policy – no refunds within 48 hours of arrival date.
- Cancel up to 7 days before check-in and get a 50% refund.
- Cancel within 7 days of check-in and the cost of the full reservation will be charged.
There are many tourist attractions within an hour’s drive from the Guest House: Head Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Remington Carriage Museum (the largest of its kind in North America), Alberta LDS Temple, Lundbrick Falls, Frank Slide and Glacier National Park. In Cardston (16 miles) there is a movie theatre which also offers live theatre in the summer for those who enjoy acting and singing.
The Waterton Townsite is timelessly beautiful and undamaged by the Kenow Forest Fire of September, 2017. Businesses in Waterton Park offer rentals for paddleboards, kayaks, mountain bikes and surrey bikes. Shopping for unique gifts, dining at a wide variety of restaurants with delicious menus and exploring the local habitat and wildlife will keep you busy and entertained. There is also a beautiful 18-hole golf course and horse stables where you can go on a trail ride and explore the wilder side of Waterton, which may include a bear sighting, as well as elk, deer, red fox, moose, bighorn sheep and the like.
The vintage opera house plays the latest movies and often has live entertainment. And last but not least, there is a wonderful playground with a variety of options including a water spray park which is a blast for the little ones.
Chief Mountain Lodge Testimonials
“Woooooowwww what a place!! Jan and Jimmy were so nice in ensuring our stay was top notch. We stayed here as 4 adults and 4 kids, and we had more than enough room. They keep the house well stocked with anything you might need, from the kitchen to games and activities. The AC was nice to have too! The yard is well maintained and has a nice firepit area as well. If you’re outside in the warm evenings look for 2 horses to come up to the adjacent fence for a visit. Such a nice place to stay, Jan and Jimmy are the best~~hope to be back one day!!”
– James H.