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Glacier National Park Campgrounds

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Andover, Minnesota
Reviewed 18 August 2016

We stayed at St. Marys Campground for one night and Fish Creek for 2 nights. Both were very clean and were quite after 10 pm. Both were easy to get to and both are so different. At Fish Creek you can walk down to Lake McDonald. We stayed at Loop D at fish creek and the hosts were very nice.

3Thank kneegee03
Redding, California
Reviewed 16 August 2016

While my wife and I didn't camp in the park this trip, we did take the Red Bus tour one day and drove around the park another day. The Red Bus tours are well worth the cost of the trip. The half day trips run $ 60 & the full day $ 120. We took the Alpine tour (1/2 day)...

Thank origsnoopy1
Elk River, Minnesota
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

We are already thinking of when we can return to this amazing place. Natural beauty abounds from Glacier carved peaks, numerous waterfalls, bountiful wildflowers and amazing wildlife. This park has it all and we were stunned by its beauty.

Thank wendy n
Seattle, USA
Reviewed 12 August 2016 via mobile

National parks are one of the best ideas ever. We got to the Apgar campground early on an August Thursday. That was a good move, because it's a very busy time. We easily got a spot. We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed it very much. It is rustic, but has flush toilets which are kept very clean. Keeping food away...

1Thank travelmom2005
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Our campsite was nice and level although we were just a few feet away from ability to use our generator. Battery kept heater on. Was in the 30's. The park is wonderful, showers, facilities, camp store sites, sounds and travel on beautiful overlooks.

Thank LetsgoAshevi
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

how amazing no matter the weather. Always be sure to carry warm gear and wear appropriate footwear. Astounding beauty, wildlife, and forests. Glacier Park is one of the seven wonders of this world. Be sure it is on your bucket list. Be sure to visit Polebridge!

2Thank angiegws
Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

This campground is perfect for a stay in glacier. We had two nights here. Everything we needed was there, food storage (bears) fire pit (smokies) privacy, and great views. But best of all we listened to wolves howling through the night. For a Brit, that's the thrill of a lifetime. ❤️❤️

4Thank Joanne W
Townsville, Australia
Reviewed 14 November 2015 via mobile

My first camping trip at Glacier National Park - amazing! The campgrounds are clean, bathrooms are conveniently placed so they are a close walk, with a grey water sink as well. There are sufficient bear bins at each campground as well, with enough space. Geographically, the camp grounds are on the 'centre' of Glacier, so you are surrounded by breathtaking...

7Thank 565hanky1
Eagle Point OR
Reviewed 19 October 2015

This is about the campground, not the park. Apgar is the busiest, but there is no reservations or any aid with finding a spot. It's drive around till someone is pulling out. Self-register, $20 nite. There is a bathroom in each loop with flush toilets and cold running sink water, and a couple water faucets per loop. There are NO...

3Thank writedesign
Kalispell, Montana
Reviewed 3 September 2015

Very nice very small campground with 10 or so sites with a view of Lake McDonald. If those are filled you can find a few inside the loop. If those are filled then you will have to use the ones near the main road, which can be noisy. This campground is close to Avalanche Trail and Trail of the Cedars....

5Thank montanalover999

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Additional Information about Glacier National Park Campgrounds

Address: W Glacier Park, West Glacier, MT 59936
Region: United States > Montana > West Glacier
Number of rooms: 150
Also Known As:
Glacier National Park Campgrounds Hotel West Glacier
Glacier National Park Campgrounds West Glacier, Montana
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“If you arrive at the park early you have a better selection of campgrounds.”
jlpontow, 6 Nov 2016 | Read review
“This is a campers delight, bring your bear spray and watch your food storage”
  • The views are spectacular don't miss the ride through the park
LetsgoAshevi, 21 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Reserve online for Fish Creek & get there early to secure a Many Glacier site!”
OSU_Fan1967, 19 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Choose your site early.”
jmunger, 5 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Some sites has more distance from others - you can use the map available on the internet to find them. Depending on what you need the most - closeness to the toilets, running water, lake shore etc. there is no best choice. All sites have fire rings and tables.”
awconsol, 24 Jul 2013 | Read review
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