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Los Angeles, CA
Reviewed 12 September 2016

We had a lovely experience at Apgar Campground. We had an easy bike ride into town and enjoyed splashing in Lake McDonald at the end of the day. Although we were in the trees we watched the moon rising and had a lovely view of the stars. Our spot in the campground was peaceful and the bathrooms were clean.

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Grapeview, Washington
Reviewed 11 September 2016 via mobile

Really enjoyed our stay here. In spite of being a large campground, we found it to be very quiet. It has pull through sites, with most being quite level, and several accommodating larger RV's. The sites have a lot of space between them, giving a sense of privacy not always found in larger campgrounds. There is a trail to the...

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Stanwood Washington
Reviewed 9 September 2016

We had a pull through site for a travel trailer that offered a nice table, firepit and level parking site. The pull through was gravel, the site dirt & rock and it wasn't dusty at all. Nice clean bathrooms close by, running potable water but no showers. The sites have no power nor water but it is camping right? Septic...

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Grass Valley, California
Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

The largest campground on the west side of Glacier. No showers (available at Fish Creek CG, if open). First come, first served. Dump station, though you are unable to connect their hose to your San-T-Flush. Good water freely available. Cell service is 2 bars on the entrance end of the loops. All sites are drive through crescents. This one is...

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Ripley, Ohio
Reviewed 2 September 2016 via mobile

We enjoyed three nights at this campground. The trees are beautiful and separate each campsite from the others. Many of the sites are very level for campers or motorhomes. There are flush toilets and a sink with running water. Also drinking water available every several sites. There are no hookups for electric or water. Good for tent or trailer.

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Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

Stayed here for two weeks in a group campsite. What an awesome experience. I would highly recommend this for family. Close to everything with quick free shuttle access around park too. The only gripe I have is the smoke. It seems to hang in the air more so than other sites.

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Lincoln, Nebraska
Reviewed 12 August 2016

I tent camped in Apgar as well as Avalanche Creek. Avalanche Creek has the advantage of being right on the trailhead of the crowded trail to Avalanche Lake, but Apgar is a far superior campground featuring nicer bathrooms, more campsites (if you're worried about finding one), and easy access to the visitor's center and Apgar Village. The camping experience here...

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Lawrence, Kansas
Reviewed 10 August 2016

The best part of this campground was its proximity to Lake McDonald. Our group of 24 took up a good chunk of the group camping area, but we all had plenty of room. The fire pits were nice for sitting around. The bathroom facilities were nice for the campground. Super easy walk into Apgar village.

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Cleveland, Ohio
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Great campground! The largest of the first-come, first-serve campgrounds in Glacier you need to get there early in July to get a spot. We got there at around 8:30 - 9am and were able to get a spot. I believe that this is somewhat unusual due to very heavy visitation at Glacier this year. The campground is fairly level with...

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Reviewed 26 July 2016

I entered the park via the St Mary entrance, and had not planned on driving Going to the Sun Road (I was going to take the shuttle from camp), but I got to the park at 8:30am instead of the 6:30am I had planned. So, campsites were full, and four hours later, I ended up in Apgar (which I figured...

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Address: Apgar Village, Glacier National Park, MT
Region: United States > Montana > Glacier National Park
Price Range: $20 - $27 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 194
Also Known As:
Apgar Campground Hotel Glacier National Park
Apgar Campground Glacier National Park, Montana
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“Campground only”
 of 5 bubbles TheBlueMax, 9 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Don't be picky, you're in the woods!”
 of 5 bubbles VVought, 26 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Bring your bikes!”
 of 5 bubbles imothers, 19 Aug 2012 | Read review
“I recommend reserving a group site if you are travelling with at least 9 people. They really are not expensive and you get lots of space, privacy & amenities - not to mention, you know you have a site for the night!”
 of 5 bubbles HeatherZ_11, 14 Jul 2012 | Read review
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