Our Story

Bob holding a fish sitting in a boat

A Montana style hospitality and gateway to Glacier National Park, you will find Glacier Bed and Breakfast Log cabins.

Robert C. Johnson (Bob) opened Glacier Bed and Breakfast Log Cabins in 1980, after he had spent countless hours working in his store/café and also finishing the main house and the three log cabins.  The décor is distinctly western, with the main house featuring Bob’s trophies from elk to turkey, a rock fireplace, cathedral ceiling, and skylights.  It has a beautiful yard that is centered between the main house and the cabins, which are separate from any other building to maintain privacy, with each having a sitting area outside to enjoy the Montana air or a wonderful piece of home made Huckleberry Pie from Carolyn’s Café located on the premises. All the units also have Wi-Fi access and cable television.

Bob moved from Wisconsin to Coram in 1972, where he ran his first gas station.  In 1979, he moved his gas station to this location.  He opened it with just studs and the outside walls, working from 6am to 11pm either waiting on customers, putting sheetrock up or laying tile.  He lived in a storage room, which now is the kitchen of the café.

Bob is usually found sitting in his chair in the general store, once in a while out in the yard doing yardwork and occasionally he will take a day and go hunting or fishing.

Glacier Bed and Breakfast Log Cabins is located within a half hour from Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Resort, Hungry Horse Reservoir and Glacier National Park.


Montana style hospitality