Added to NRHP: January 19, 1996
The Goathaunt Bunkhouse was built as a service structure for the Great Northern Hotel Company's development of the Goathaunt site in Glacier National Park. The bunkhouse is the last surviving structure of this era at this location, near the southern end of Waterton Lake. Its design has been attributed to National Park Service landscape architect Thomas Chalmers Vint.
The site is at the southern end of Waterton Lake, near the modern Goat Haunt Ranger Station. It was built to house the crew of the M.V. International, a small passenger launch that plied the route between the American and Canadian ends of Waterton Lake.