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Discover Glacier National Park

If you’re searching for spectacular natural beauty and some of the best hiking anywhere in the United States, Glacier National Park should be high on your must-visit list. Dubbed “the Crown of the Continent,” this famous park is home to 25 active glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and pristine lakes.

Located right on the Canadian border in northwestern Montana, around 30 miles northeast of Kalispell, this one-million-acre national park has something special to offer visitors of all ages. And if you’re planning on camping with an RV at Glacier National Park, you’ll find more than a dozen stunning spots to set up camp.

Getting Outdoors

Glacier National Park is a landscape of soaring mountain peaks, alpine forests, icy rivers and lakes and, of course, glaciers. As in most national parks, the best way to get up close and personal with the unique natural scenery this park has to offer is on foot.

Once you’ve set up your rental RV in a Glacier National Park campground, you’ll find more than 730 miles of hiking trails to explore. If you’re physically fit and craving spectacular views, the 11.4-mile Highline Trail and the 10-mile trek out and back to Grinnell Glacier are well worth checking out. There are also plenty of shorter day hikes and self-guided nature trails to explore if you’re after something a little less strenuous.

If you’d prefer to have an expert show you around, you can participate in one of many guided tours offered throughout the park. These include guided hikes, boat and bus tours, rafting, and even horseback rides, so there’s something to suit all tastes. In particular, the guided horseback rides, which are offered at Many Glacier, Lake McDonald, and Apgar, are a fantastic way to explore the park’s backcountry areas.

And if you’d like to get out on the water, the icy lakes and rivers in Glacier National Park are as pristine as they are spectacular. There’s nothing quite like a peaceful early-morning canoe paddle on the glassy waters of Lake McDonald, which is open to boating from mid-May through the end of October. Other popular boating spots include Kintla Lake, Bowman Lake, and lakes at Two Medicine, St. Mary, and Many Glacier.

Camping at Glacier National Park

If you’re searching for Glacier National Park RV campgrounds, there are plenty of options to choose from. The park’s 13 campgrounds offer a total of more than 1,000 sites, but utility hookups aren’t provided.

It’s also worth noting that RV camping isn't recommended at Bowman Lake, Sprague Creek, Cut Bank, Logging Creek, Kintla Lake, and Quartz Creek campgrounds.

Even so, this still leaves you with plenty of places to go RV camping at Glacier National Park. Don’t have your own rig? Search for an RV in Glacier County, then take your pick of the following camping areas:

  • Apgar Campground. Located near Apgar Village, this is the national park’s largest campground and boasts more than 190 sites, 25 of which accommodate RVs up to 40 feet long. The well-shaded campground features drinking water, flush toilets, and a dump station.
  • Avalanche Campground. This popular campground has 50 sites that can accommodate RVs up to 26 feet long. Located about 15 miles from the park’s west entrance, Avalanche Campground offers potable water and flush toilets.
  • Fish Creek. Fish Creek Campground is located in a quiet, wooded area roughly three miles from Apgar Village on the park’s western edge. Amenities include flush toilets, nearby shower facilities, and a dumping station. RV campers at Glacier National Park can choose one of 18 sites which accommodate RVs up to 35 feet in length.
  • Many Glacier. Another leafy campground for tent and RV campers, Many Glacier Campground features flush toilets and a dumping station. Of Many Glacier’s 109 sites, 13 welcome RVs up to 35 feet long.
  • Rising Sun. Nestled on the shores of St. Mary Lake, this campground also offers excellent views of Red Eagle Mountain. Ten of the 84 sites at Rising Sun accommodate RVs of up to 25 feet. Flush toilets, showers, and a dumping station are all provided. Generator use is permitted at select sites.
  • St. Mary. St. Mary Campground is a stone’s throw from the town of the same name. Restaurants and a grocery store close by, while campers can also access showers, flush toilets, and a dumping station on-site. Three sites are available for RVs up to 40 feet long, and 22 sites welcome RVs up to 35 feet.
  • Two Medicine. Two Medicine Campground features 100 sites, 10 of which can accommodate 35-foot RVs. Amenities include potable water, flush toilets, and a dumping station, but no showers. Reservations aren’t available here; sites are first-come, first-served.

Exploring the Area

Before wrapping up your Glacier National Park camping adventure, make sure you take a drive along the legendary Going-to-the-Sun Road. This 50-mile highway cuts through the park from east to west. Not only does it lead you across the Continental Divide, but it offers stunning scenery around almost every bend – so allow plenty of time to stop at the many viewpoints along the way.

Waterton Lakes National Park, Glacier’s sister park, is another must-see, located just across the border to Canada. Together, the two parks form Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, and you’ll find excellent hiking, boat cruises, and scenic drives on this side of the border.

Finally, just east of Glacier National Park is the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. The Museum of the Plains Indian, located in nearby Browning, is the perfect spot to immerse yourself in the culture and history of the Blackfeet Nation.

This part of Montana is perfect for motorhome camping. Whether you’re planning an exciting outdoor adventure, leisurely sightseeing, or something in between, there’s no shortage of experiences to enjoy, so find an RV rental near Glacier National Park and get ready for the road trip of a lifetime.

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