Like Rising Sun Motor Inn, this property is a fairly typical motel-and-cabin complex, with relatively low rates by Glacier National Park standards. The motel units are spartan but a good fit for visitors who aren't planning on spending a lot of time in their room. (And why would you want to do that here?) The cabins, built 20 years before the motel units in the 1930s and nestled in a nicely wooded area, have a bit more historic personality (though they’re just as rustic and some share a communal bathroom). This is a good pick for families, with plenty of room for the kids to roam.