All Vacationers Montana R.V. Park, Campground & Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to San-Suz-Ed's Bed and Breakfast - complete with all the amenities you'd expect from Northwest Montana's premier R.V Park and Campground.
Lodge in luxurious comfort in our spacious guest suites while you contemplate your next foray into Montana's scenic Glacier National Park.
Dine in style in the warm and inviting ambience of our spacious dining room. Be sure to sample the huckleberry preserves - a local favorite.
After a long day of trekking through the breathtaking grandeur that is Glacier park, soak your weary bones in our oversized Jacuzzi tubs. Guest accommodations include spacious modern bathrooms.
Photos of our Bed and Breakfast are presented here
Come see Glacier Park in the fall after the first snow and fall colors while the Going to the Sun road is still opened. Stay over night at San Suz Ed's bed and breakfast.
Enjoy the cross country skiing from Lake McDonald to Avalanche while taking in the winter scenery.
You can also catch the train to Essex, cross country ski in some of the most breath taking terrain imaginable and come back on the train in the evening.
If you have snow machines, you can travel to Marias Pass, enjoy a day of play and then come backto your comfortable lodgings at San Suz Ed for our Winter Campfire cook out.
Make sure you have reservations in for winter activities so I can have every thing ready for you. We enjoy the fall and the winter as much as we do the summer. When the snow falls and the sun comes out the next day and the snow sparkles like diamonds it is just beautiful.
After dinner, enjoy the peace and tranquility of San-Suz-Ed's natural surroundings comfortably ensconced on our panoramic veranda.
A stay at San-Suz-Ed is guaranteed to be a relaxing one. Each of our beautifully appointed bedrooms is guaranteed to please even the most discriminating visitor. Winters stays at San-Suz-Ed can be exhilarating. Mother Nature at her most awe-inspiring.
Cathy is particularly proud of her Moonflowers. Bring your camera and watch them open in the moonlight.