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Glacier National Park
Accommodations

Lodging is available both within the park and within nearby communities. The latter includes bed & breakfasts, ranches, motels, cabins & cottages, and resorts.


Accommodations within the park are listed below. For accommodations outside the park, please see the list of communities in the column at left.

Accommodations Inside the Park:

Park visitors can chose from large hotel-like lodges dating from the early 1900s to modern motel-type accommodations and rustic cabins.

All lodging within the park, other than campgrounds, are operated by concessionaires. Campgrounds are operated by the National Park Service.

Campgrounds

There are13 different campgrounds and over 100 sites to choose from. Most of the campgrounds are on a first come first served basis with the exceptions being Fish Creek, St. Mary and half of the group sites in Apgar.

  • Apgar Campground: Located near Apgar Village and approximately 2 miles from the West entrance and 47 miles from the St. Mary entrance, this is the largest campground in the park. 194 sites including 25 RV sites (up to 40 feet), 10 group sites (up to 24 people), picnic tables, fire rings, potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, no showers and a disposal station, on-site campground host. GPS: 48.525, -113.98361.
  • Avalanche Campground: Located west of the Continental Divide approximately 15 miles from the West entrance and 34 miles from St. Mary entrance. 87 sites including 50 RV sites (up to 26 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, no showers and no disposal station.
  • Bowman Lake Campground: Located in the North Fork area about 30 miles from the west entrance and the Canadian border close to the shores of Bowman Lake and approximately 6 miles from Polebridge. 48 tent sites, potable water, pit toilets, no disposal station.
  • Cut Bank Campground: Located on the east side of the park. 14 primitive tent sites, no water, no flush toilets or showers.
  • Fish Creek: Located a couple of miles from Apgar Village off Camas Road approximately 5 miles from the West entrance and 50 miles from the St. Mary entrance. Second largest campground in the park. 178 sites including 18 RV sites (up to 35 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, showers and disposal station. Reservations are accepted. GPS: 48.54778, -113.98528.
  • Kintla Lake Campground: Located in North Fork approximately 14 miles from Polebridge, this is the most remote campground. 13 primitive tent sites, no water, toilets, showers or disposal station.
  • Logging Creek Campground: Located on the west side of the park, south of Polebridge approximately 9 miles. 7 primitive tent sites, no water, toilets, showers or disposal station.
  • Many Glacier Campground: Located near the Swiftcurrent Inn approximately 21 miles from St. Mary. 110 sites including 13 RV sites (up to 35 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, disposal station and coin-operated showers including 1 ADA are near the Inn.
  • Quartz Creek Campground: Located on the west side of the park approximately 6 miles from Polebridge. 7 primitive tent sites, no water, toilets, showers or disposal station.
  • Rising Sun Campground: Located west of St. Mary approximately 6 miles from the St. Mary entrance and 43 miles from the West entrance. 83 sites including 10 RV sites (up to 25 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, showers, disposal station and camp store.
  • Sprague Creek Campground: Located on the northeast shore of Lake McDonald near Lake McDonald Lodge approximately 10 miles from the West entrance and 40 miles from the St. Mary entrance. 25 sites, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, no showers or disposal station, picnic area.
  • St. Mary Campground: Located on the east side of the park approximately mile from the St. Mary Visitor Center. 148 sites including 25 RV sites (up to 35 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, showers and disposal station. Reservations are accepted. GPS: 48.75083, -113.44694.
  • Two Medicine: Located 13 miles from East Glacier. 99 sites including 13 RV sites (up to 32 feet), potable water, restrooms with flush toilets and sinks with running water, no showers or disposal station.

Accommodations Outside the Park:

Outside the Park you will find a great variety of hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, cabins, cottages, lodges and resorts.

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