Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is home to an abundance of untouched forests, mountainous meadows, rugged peaks, and striking lakes. Boasting over 700 miles of trails, the park is a haven for adventurous visitors seeking solitude and wilderness. Guests can get a glimpse of Glacier's past by exploring the old chalets, lodges, and Native American historical sites abundant throughout the park. Whether enjoying the solitude of a backcountry outing or the beauty of short day on the trails, Glacier National Park has something for everyone.
To learn more about Glacier National Park, visit www.nps.gov.
Summer is the peak season in the park, but the other seasons offer similarly excellent opportunities to explore the park, although with fewer amentities. Fall is magnificent, but visitors must be more self-reliant as fewer facilities are open. Winter brings a snow-covered environment that's conducive to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Spring is a short and late-arriving season with spectacular opportunities for wildflower viewing.
Fees & Passes
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Camping & Lodging
Glacier National Park has thirteen drive-in campgrounds. Most campgrounds in Glacier are filled on a first come, first served with the exception of Fish Creek, St. Mary, some of Many Glacier, and half of the group sites in Apgar. The opening and closing dates of the campgrounds vary by season and weather so be sure to check the park's website for current campground status. For more information on campground amenities, current conditions, making reservations, and camping in the park, click here.
- Agpar: 194 sites.
- Avalanche: 87 sites.
- Bowman Lake: 48 sites.
- Cut Bank: 14 sites.
- Fish Creek: 178 sites.
- Kintla Lake: 13 sites.
- Logging Creek: 7 sites.
- Many Glacier: 109 sites.
- Quartz Creek: 7 sites.
- Rising Sun: 84 sites.
- Sprague Creek: 25 sites.
- St. Mary: 148 sites.
- Two Medicine: 100 sites.
Backcountry camping is permitted in Glacier with a permit which may be reserved online in advance and obtained the day before or day of a desired trip start date. Permits will not be issued after 4:30 pm at any location. For more information on backcountry camping and reserving a permit, visit the park's website.
Lodging in the park varies from rooms in historic grand hotels to cozy cabins, comfortable motels, and backcountry chalets. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Rooms book quickly, especially for the peak months of July and August.
- Apgar Village Lodge: Reservations can be made online or by calling (406) 892-2525.
- Village Inn Motel: Reservations can be made online or by calling (855) 733-4522.
- Lake McDonald Lodge: Reservations can be made online or by calling (855) 733-4522.
- Motel Lake McDonald: Reservations can be made online or by calling (406) 892-2525.
- Many Glacier Hotel: Reservations can be made online or by calling (855) 733-4522.
- Swiftcurrent Motor Inn: Reservations can be made online or by calling (855) 733-4522.
- Rising Sun Motor Inn: Reservations can be made online or by calling (855) 733-4522.
- Sperry Chalet: Reservations can be made online or by calling (888) 345-2649.
- Granite Park Chalet: Reservations can be made online or by calling (888) 345-2649.
Food & Drink
Glacier National Park Biking
- 2 Miles 3 Kilometers of Trail
- 0 Recommended Routes
- 1 Easy Trail
- 0 Intermediate Trails
- 0 Difficult Trails
Areas Within Glacier National Park