Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park

Camping in the Park

All campgrounds are operated on a first-come, first-served basis except Glacier's Fish Creek and St. Mary campgrounds which accept advance reservations; please call (877) 444-6777 or visit the website: www.recreation.gov for more information. A limited number of Glacier campsites are available for bicyclists and pedestrians ($5 per person). In Glacier, check at campgrounds or ranger stations or call (406) 888-7800. In Waterton, check at the visitor center or call (403) 859-5133.

GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

RV Sites/ Flush Disposal Boat

Campground Open Fee Sites Maximum RV Length Toilets Station Access

APGAR - early May to mid-Oct. $20  192 25 sites/40 feet Yes Yes Yes Lake McDonald's south shore. (Year-round; primitive camping in fall; $6 fee; free in winter.)

AVALANCHE - mid June to early Sept. $20   87 50 sites/26 feet Yes Yes No Seven miles north of Lake McDonald Lodge at Avalanche Creek.

BOWMAN LAKE late May to mid-Sept. $15   48 RVs not recommended No None Yes Six miles northeast of Polebridge on lakeshore. (Primitive camping until December 1, unless closed by snow; $6 fee.)

CUT BANK late May to late Sept. $10   19 RVs not recommended No None No5 Eighteen miles south of St. Mary. (Primitive camping only in 2007.)

FISH CREEK - early June to early Sept. $22/23  180 18 sites/35 feet Yes Yes No Lake McDonald's southwestern shore. 62 sites/27 feet

KINTLA LAKE late May to mid-Sept. $15   13 RVs not recommended No None Yes3 Fourteen miles north of Polebridge on lakeshore. (Primitive camping until December 1, unless closed by snow; $6 fee.)

LOGGING CREEK July to Dec. 1 $10    8 RVs not recommended No None No5 Eight miles south of Polebridge. (Primitive camping only in 2007; may close earlier due to weather.)

MANY GLACIER late May to late Sept. $20  110 13 sites/35 feet Yes Yes Yes3 Next to Swiftcurrent Motor Inn. (Primitive camping until closed by snow; $6 fee.)

QUARTZ CREEK July to Dec. 1 $10    7 RVs not recommended No None No5 Six miles south of Polebridge. (Primitive camping only in 2007; may close earlier due to weather.)

RISING SUN late May to mid-Sept. $20   83 10 sites/25 feet Yes Yes Yes Six miles west of St. Mary entrance, near St. Mary Lake.

SPRAGUE CREEK mid-May to mid-Sept. $20   25 21 feet maximum Yes None No One mile south of Lake McDonald Lodge, on the lake. (9 miles from West Glacier.) No towed vehicles

ST. MARY late May to late Sept. $22/23  148 25 sites/35 feet Yes Yes No Located one mile from St. Mary entrance. (Year-round; primitive camping in fall; $6 fee; free in winter.)

TWO MEDICINE - late May to mid-Sept. $20   99 13 sites/32 feet Yes Yes Yes Eastern end of Two Medicine Lake. (Primitive camping until closed by snow; $6 fee.)

 

WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK

Fee Per Number of Flush Picnic Kitchen Boat

Campground Open Site4 Sites Toilets Showers Tables Shelters Access

BELLY RIVER mid-May to mid-Sept. $14 24 No No Yes Yes No Three miles from U.S.-Canada Chief Mountain customs port.

CRANDELL mid-May to early Sept. $19 129 Yes No Yes Yes No Seven miles off Canadian Route 5, on Red Rock Canyon Road.

TOWNSITE - mid-April to late Oct. $21 — $33 238 Yes Yes Yes Yes No In the town of Waterton. (Reduced services after early Sept.)

 

 

1For additional RV information, visit www.GoRVing.com. 2Motors less than 10 mph. 3Motors prohibited. 4Fees are in Canadian dollars (fees subject to change). 5Dirt road access.

Comments

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