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Charleston, South Carolina
Reviewed 26 September 2016

My husband and I loved our campsite. We had a great view of a mountain and a short walk to the lake. Which was beautiful! It was a roomy campsite as the park spaces go. The only complaint I have are the bathhouses. They were not cleaned but maybe once a week. There was no place to put anything, like...

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

This place can be very uncomfortable in windy wet weather which it was for our stay in mid-September. We originally set up on the hill overlooking the lake (spot 70) but decided to move after our tent almost blew away (the hosts kindly let us do this without any extra charge). There are some lovely sheltered spots (we were in...

Thank Rachael D
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 14 August 2016

We initially planned to stay at Two Medicine for 3 nights then leave for Many Glacier for 2 nights. After hearing from some of the other guest about how crowded Many Glacier was, we extended our stay at Two Medicine for a total of 5 nights. Two Medicine provided great access to local trails for either same day hikes or...

2Thank PatfromDC
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

Enjoyed this campground! Gorgeous scenery and many wild animal sightings and hikes. First come sights a challenge but doable. Can b very windy beware but worth it. Fishing is free in GNP. Must arrive before noon to get spot. They have expensive store and ranger station. Boat tour was fun. Twin falls hike and aster falls where wonderful easy hikes......

Thank Debbie W
Seaside Heights, New Jersey
Reviewed 26 July 2016

This campground is within Glacier National Park and does not accept reservations. It is first come, first served. We were lucky and got campsite #87 which has great views. This campground has running water, flush toilets and no showers. Bears are active on the hills. The east side of the mountains are known for being windy and this campground is...

Thank Mary K
Olive Branch, Mississippi
Reviewed 25 July 2016

This is a beautiful campground. It has several bathrooms (flush toilets and sinks, no showers) located throughout the campground. No matter which site you get you should be close to one. The sites are also close to a spigot and have fire rings and picnic tables. The camp hosts were delightful. It has a beautiful lake that you can rent...

Thank Karen H
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed 23 July 2016

We spent two nights at this campground tent camping and overall we had a great experience. The restrooms are recently remodeled and very nice. The restrooms have a gray water (slop) sink but you still need to do dishes at your campsite (at Yellowstone the campground had a whole nice sink and stainless steel work area for you to do...

Thank Joe M
Reviewed 15 February 2016 via mobile

Some friends of mine and I stayed at this campground some time ago at a campsite across from the river/lake mouth area and it was VERY nice! It was soo cute to see an older friend of mine with some mobility problems just waddle over to the other side of the road to the river and go fishing, looking as...

3Thank Tigerman777
Rochester, New York
Reviewed 12 November 2015

Stayed at Two Medicine Campground this summer during the wild fires. It wasn't our first pick of campsite, but it was amazing! We were virtually alone, closest neighbor was about five campsites down, no one even on our row. We were tenting so we picked the campsites furthest away from the water. It rained, but that just added to the...

2Thank Smmills1981
Reviewed 19 August 2015 via mobile

$20 for a site, good bathroom with flush toilets which are evenly spaced so that you don't have to walk too far. Nice quiet spot next to the lake, the light of the setting sun looks great on the hills. So many stars were out, it was worth staying up to watch the night sky.

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Additional Information about Two Medicine Campground

Address: Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT 59936
Region: United States > Montana > West Glacier
Number of rooms: 99
Also Known As:
Two Medicine Campground West Glacier, Montana
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“Campsites are first come - first serve. We arrived around 10:00 am and had no trouble finding a site.”
NanciAndLoren, 29 Jul 2015 | Read review
“Campsites are first come, first serve, no reservations accepted.”
GilB867, 26 Sep 2014 | Read review
“Site # 56 is so amazing! It seemed to be the most secluded spot in the camp. HIGHLY recommend.”
Starinhon, 6 Aug 2014 | Read review
“You have to get to this campground early to get a spot. Often fills by 12:30 because only about 25% of the sites turn over during the busy season in July (according to a ranger). We got the very last site at 12:45pm on a Tuesday....”
wrldtravlr57, 5 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Keep watch on the NP webpage on campground status to see when the campground has filled.”
gerardd849, 27 Jul 2014 | Read review
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