View from cabin of the Clark Fork RiverFront porch of cabin
Gorge View Cabin on the Clark Fork
Gorge View Cabin on the Clark Fork

Beautiful and comfortable cabin overlooking the Clark Fork River offers a chance to escape to an off-the-beaten path mountain setting and country small-town charm. A perfect place from which to explore the area or to simply take it easy and relax.


Come and relax in this lovely and cozy log cabin with incredible views of the Clark Fork River and surrounding mountains and forest. The cabin features recent renovations that include new flooring, cabinets, furniture and appliances. All linens and cooking utensils are provided, simply bring some groceries and you will be right at home.
There is one downstairs bedroom with a comfy queen sized bed and a loft upstairs with two twin beds. We also have two twin sized areo-beds. The cabin can accomodate up to 6 guests. Outside parking space is available for RVs, campers, or boats. The possibilities range from a romantic spot for two, to a family gathering.
A washer and dryer are located in the bathroom which has a tub/shower and a beautiful new vanity.
The open living room with vaulted ceiling offers a large flat screen TV and DVD player, and satellite service. There is also an Ipod docking station, so bring your music!
Internet service is available upon request for an additional fee of $25 per week, let us know in advance.
Out doors we have a barbeque and picnic table for outdoor dinning and chairs under the front porch for admiring the river, sipping coffee in the morning, or a glass of wine while watching a stunning summer sunset.
If your group needs more space or an extra bathroom the newly built Pavilion sitting adjacent to the main cabin has a queen bed and full bath with shower. There is in room coffee and a small refrigerator for beverages. This room is only available when renting the main cabin, and is an additional $50 per night.
Well behaved pets are welcome to come along with you and are $25 for the stay.

Many recreational opportunities are close at hand. Fishing, boating and kayaking are available on the Clark Fork and Bull Rivers. Kayaks can be rented in Thompson Falls and Trout Creek. The Cabinet Mountains provide miles of trails for hiking, ATV and mountain biking. In winter snowmobiling is popular in the area as well as cross country skiing. Two downhill ski slopes are near by. Schweitzer Mountain - 50 miles, and Turner Mountain - 50 miles. The area is rich in wildlife. Elk, deer, moose, bear, water birds, and eagles to name a few. At times, any of these can be viewed from the cabin. In spring and summer, mushrooming and huckelberry picking will make your meal complete.
The tiny town of Noxon is located accross the river about a mile and a half from the cabin. Services include: Toby's Bar, (drinks and lunch) Noxon Mercantile, (groceries, DVD rentals) Johnson Hardware, Post Office, Laundry Mat, and in summer, a Saturday morning farmers market. Aitkens Quik Stop is about a mile west on Hwy 200 (gas, groceries, milk, pop, car wash).
Other distances:

Spokane, WA - 125 miles

Sandpoint, ID - 50 miles

Missoula, MT - 137 miles

Thompson Falls, MT - 36 miles

Trout Creek, MT - 15 miles (home of the annual Huckleberry Festival held in August)

Ross Creek Cedars - 30 miles (nature trail through majestic old growth cedars)

Kootenai Falls - 40 miles (hike along the Kootenai river and over the Kootenai River Gorge)

Chicago Peak - 15 miles (stunning views of the valley below and beautiful alpine trail. Cliff Lake is 1 mile in)


Internet is by request at an additional fee of $25 per week. Do let us know in advance if you would like to have this service.

Pets require an additional $25 fee.

Pavilion bedroom is an additional $50 per night.

额外房客 ¥68 / 晚 (多于4位房客后开始收取)
押金 ¥682
满1周立减 16%


This is a lovely cabin and I highly recommend renting it!

This was the best family vacation we've ever taken and this cabin was the icing on the cake. Modern and clean, plenty big for our family of 5 and our brother enjoyed having his own space in the pavilion. Everything we needed was there. Kitchen is fully stocked and has a pretty amazing selection of spices. The washer and dryer were nice to have and the furniture/ beds were comfy and cozy. Air conditioning was an added bonus as every day we were there was close to 100 degrees so having the cool cabin to take refuge in was so appreciated. Amanda was easy to communicate with and by our 3rd night, our families became friends. Can't wait to get back to Noxon but when we do, it'll probably be to stay :)

What a great find this cabin was! So clean with everything you can imagine in condiments, beach towels and such. Great hosts, too! Thank you!!

Outstanding cabin. Newly remodeled. Incredible view.

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Love the cabin. Hope to stay again when visiting family in the area.

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The reviews on this cabin are somewhat conflicting, with some calling it a secluded, relaxing cabin in the woods, and others describing it as being situated in the center lane of a freeway. Basically, they're both right.. Kind of. This IS a cabin in the woods in the sense that the Noxon/Troy area is extraordinarily serene and remote in general. Driving to the market here includes wild-life sightings 8 times out of 10. The Cabin, is year-round accessible, VERY CLEAN/modern, has a well equipped kitchen, it's nicely furnished and if you run into unexpected cabin troubles Amanda (neighbor/manager) is awesome! BUT... Highway 200, which is the only means of getting anywhere in the entire Clark-Fork Valley, is 50 yards off the front-porch. During peak months you should expect pretty much constant traffic on that road. My wife and I stayed here in late-winter/early-spring, and sitting out on a week night to watch the stars we counted 38 cars, 7 semi-trucks and 4 Trains (there's also a railroad easement several hundred yards behind the property). If you're from MT/ID/WY you know the deal, and you're probably used to this. Every big river in every big river valley comes with a highway and train-tracks. Second the neighbors are close. I could throw a tennis ball from off the front-porch and hit Amanda's house. The neighbor to the south is about 150 yards, but still visible. So this isn't a cabin in the woods in the sense that you aren't going to walk off the property into the cabinet mountains. Nor are you going to be the only human for 20 square miles. If you came to fish, you're going to have to dash across a 2-lane, 70mph road, jump the guardrail and fish on the far-side shoulder, which is plenty wide (I'd wager most fishermen are willing to put up with a lot more for private access to the Clark-Fork) or drive out to a fishing access point. Nature is still winning here, so every vacation rental in this area is going to come with some set of trade-offs.

Thought the place was great, hosts were really accommodating and it was a family friendly atmosphere. The cabin is loaded with plenty of things that many places don't offer!

Inez, 德克萨斯州, 美国注册时间:三月 2013

Howdy - I live in southern Texas with my husband and two kids. We bought this property because of the view. Absolutely fell in love with the area. Can't be there all the time so decided to let others enjoy what this area has to offer. I have a wonderful neighbor - Amanda - who looks after my cabin and she is the one to contact if you are intrested in staying here. I really hope you enjoy it as much as my family and I do!!!!!

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