Four Bedroom Two Bath Secluded Mountain Log Home On 58 Acres Of Private Property
About Hank Zomer
Hank and Roxy Zomer live in Conrad, Montana located 100 miles to the southeast of Glacier National Park on the agriculture plains. Roxy Zomer is a native of Montana, born and raised in Conrad. Hank Zomer was born in South Dakota and has lived in Montana all of his adult life. Hank and Roxy are the owners and operators of Zomer Truck Sales, a retail semi truck sales business in Conrad, Montana, The Zomers have been married for 30 years. They have 3 children, Crystal, Kelsey, and Austin. This family photo was taken in the front yard of our mountain property.
Hank Zomer purchased this Cabin in 2004
Why Hank Zomer chose Essex
The Zomer family has alway enjoyed the Glacier Park area as a retreat from their busy family routine throughout the years. They have spent their annual summer vacations doing water sports on the area lakes and touring Glacier National Park with their Harley Davidson. In winter months, the Zomer family loves to snow ski and snowmobile in the local area. In 2004 the Zomers had the unique opportunity to purchase this prime piece of real estate consisting of 58 acres of private land nestled between Glacier National park and the US Forest Service. Also included on our property is Glacier Meadow RV Park. The RV park is located down in the meadow closer to the highway. The RV park consists of 45 RV and tent sites along with a shower house, laundry, basketball court, shuffleboard, playground and large pavilion with fireplace. The log home is located on the highest point of our property 1000 feet away from the rv park in a private and secluded area overlooking the meadow. You are sure to find privacy, peace and quiet here to enjoy the scenic views that dominate our property. Since we personally use our place more often in the winter months to partake in snow sports, we have decided to share our wonderful setting with summer guests in the years ahead. We know you will enjoy it as much as we have.
What makes this Cabin unique
We can never seem to get enough of the beautiful veiws and scenery that surrounds this secluded mountain log home along with its peaceful atmosphere. It is our belief you will agree.
No refunds for cancellations made after payment is made
We arrived to the home around 4pm and were totally impressed with the home. It is nestled in the forest and totally private on acreage. It has everything you need and then some! We stayed three nights and wished we could have stayed longer. It was closer to get to the east side of Glacier Park than it would have been taking Sun Road across every day! It was totally a log home, and very spacious! We are guaranteed to come back to this home when we return to the area again. Wonderful experience for everyone!
Four and three/fourths stars. Love it. Would come back again.
It was an awesome stay. Connie was very helpful. The only issues I had were (1) the grill cooking surface was very dirty and we had to clean it prior to cooking our food. (2) There were flying bugs in a drawer containing cookware. We cleaned them out the first day and I told Connie about them on our next to the last day. She did apologize. They appeared again that evening and again we cleaned them out. I thought at first the prior renters may have left the sliding door screen open but when they reappeared I knew that was not correct because we kept the screens closed. The bugs kind of reminded me of Georgia Termite.
Would stay again.
Great place to stay in Glacier area
We were four adults and stayed there recently for three nights. The location is convenient to the park, and very private. The management was very nice. The house is well-equipped and very comfortable. The cell signal, even with booster, was spotty, but really, we weren't there for cell, or wifi. Plus, just down the long driveway, there is a way to get that stuff done then get back to having fun in beautiful mountains without the dang phone. :)
Beautiful Secluded Home
The home was a great fit for our family vacation to Glacier National Park. Loved the large Kitchen,family room & deck. We had an unually hot week and had to leave all upstairs bedroom doors open to get ventilation as there is only one balcony for air. That’s the only reason I rated four stars but I must say with all doors open and the fans we were able to b very comfy. Would definitely recommend this home and location. Is great between East & West gates!
Private and clean
We really enjoyed our stay at this cabin. Our group was visiting Glacier National Park, and this was well located between the different entrances. To access the cabin, you enter the RV park and then continue into the woods. Very private, but we enjoyed walking down to the RV park and using the swing set. The cabin itself is well stocked, even for our family that does a lot of cooking. We especially appreciated the huge laundry room after all the hiking we did. The upstairs configuration is a little different - all traffic has to pass through the bunk room where our kids slept. Then there are two doors off the bunk room leading to the 2 other bedrooms. The bathroom can only be reached through those two other bedrooms (so it's a big circle). This worked fine for us, because we were all family, but I can see how that would be awkward for some other groups. Fans were provided, but it did get a bit warm up there. We had 3 kids in the bunk room and set up a pack and play in the large closet of our room - worked just fine.
Pros: clean, updated, nice bathrooms, large well-stocked kitchen, lovely deck, privacy, affordable.
Cons: even though they have a cell phone booster (for Verizon), we did not get any cell service during our stay. None. We didn't get any reception until we were nearly in West Glacier or Browning. Also, while the cabin says they have internet, we were never able to access it. When we inquired of the nice older lady who runs the RV park and checked us in, she was flustered and no help with the technology. We were ok, since we were there to hike etc, but don't plan on being able to use phones or internet while at the cabin.
Overall, a great experience - we would recommend this to anyone.
We really enjoyed the peace and quiet of this cabin after a day of exploring Glacier on our motorcycles. We spent most of our time out on the deck! You can't go wrong by booking this property!
After spending your days taking in all the activities Montana's great outdoors have to offer, you can unwind by relaxing on the deck of our log home while taking in the magnificent views of Glacier National Park and its surroundings while hummingbirds hover overhead. Take a stroll through our 58 acre private setting and scope out dozens of different species of wild flowers and take in the fresh scent of the forest. On occasion you will spot elk, deer or a moose peacefully wandering in the meadow (most often in June and early July). Spend time touring Glacier National Park with your own vehicle or take the historical Red Bus guided tour over the Going To The Sun Highway. The Red Bus Tour stops at Glacier Meadows every day. We are one of two stops on the south side of the park. The famous goat lick, stair step falls and the Middle Fork of the Flathead River are just minutes from our place (perfect for fishing, floating and white water rafting enthusiasts). Be sure to stop at the Isack Walton Inn, a historic railway depot. Skyland Road, located just 3 miles away, lends way to a scenic 2-3 hour drive deep into the US Forest Service. You can spend your afternoons fishing in one of many local streams, golfing at East Glacier Golf Course or hiking into Glacier Park, with Olie Creek trail head located just across the road from Glacier Meadows! Take an evening walk along Giefer Creek through the Slippery Bill development all the way back to Zip's Cabin. Spend your nights cozied up by the fire and drift off to sleep in the comfort of the rustic log cabin to the sounds of wolves howling in the distance.