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13 RV Parks near East Glacier Park, Montana
Sep 2018 - $10.00
We spent a night here in a long back-in site. The sites are double wide, and surfaced with gravel. Many were sloped a little, but we needed only minor leveling. This is a forested area along Highway 2, west of East Glacier. It is near the highway, and a bit further from a train track. Road noise was minimal, and the train was not loud from the campground. There were bear warning signs posted, but we saw no bears. This made a nice place to overnight near the east side of Glacier, when all the National Park campgrounds were full due to fire closures in the western half of Glacier National Park. About 10 miles from the town of East Glacier. - RobinM
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Newly open park with new management. They were in the process of setting up the park when there. Working power and water issue while there so at times we had only our water or power. They were very nice and apologetic and tried to let us know when things were out. They moved us to a more stable site in trees on day 2 of the 10 days and no problems. Needed mowing a bit which they did the next day. REcommend graveling each site for drainage and stability. The park has potential with the staff they have if the work is finished. Was not fair to hire someone a week before opening and expect miracles. - Catastrophie
Jun 2016 - $25.00
I stayed here 3 days while visiting Glacier National Park. The campground is about 10 minutes south of the Two Medicine park entrance. The daily rate is $25 plus tax for all sites. All sites have water, sewer, electric. The Wi-Fi will support only one computer at a time. My wife and I could not sign in at the same time. There is no CATV or broadcast TV. There are 4 back-in sites and 3 pull-through. The back-in sites have 30 amp. I first pulled into a pull-through 50 amp site. When I looked at the pedestal only had a 30 amp plug, but had a 5o amp breaker. I used my tester and multi-meter to find that the pedestal was wired incorrectly, with an open neutral in addition to the overpowered 30 amp outlet (VERY DANGEROUS). I checked the 50 amp pedestal on the adjacent site and found it to be similar. I notified the manager, but did not see that a repair was made. IF YOU STAY ON A PULL-THROUGH SITE BE VERY CAREFUL!!! The 50 amp sites are 120 volt, not 220 volt.
On the positive side; the manager was super friendly and very helpful, gasoline is available at the motel, rental cars are available at the motel, there are restaurants (rustic but good) within walking distance. I would stay here again in the 30 amp back-in sites, but I would not use the pull-through sites. - R V Camper
Jul 2018 - $20.00
This is one of the out of the way campgrounds, and it was AWESOME to say the least. We were there 10 days, and really hated to leave. It's about 30 miles south of St. Mary's entrance and about 60 miles from West Glacier, but East Glacier is about 15 miles away. East Glacier isn't near as commercialized as the west side, so fewer amenities in town, so if you need something other than gas or a drink, drive the extra 10 miles to Browning to do your shopping. The campground is in bear country, so they do a good job of making sure you keep your sites clean and free of anything that would be an attractant. And this is the 1st campground that I have even been to in "bear" country where I actually saw one on the hiking trail. It is 1st come, no reservations so be there EARLY...like 7 AM early because if not, someone else will beat you to the punch. The sites are a mixture of heavily treed and open sites that are "lakeside." We were blessed to get site #87 which was a lakeside site so there was a good breeze everyday to keep things cooled off, plus they are the biggest sites available. The camp hosts do a good job of interacting with everybody and there is a strong Park Ranger presence in case things get out of hand, but this was never a problem. There are ranger programs almost every night but we never attended any. There are also several good trailheads that originate from within the park for hiking. There is a good campstore there that has a small restaurant with limited items, souveniers, and a few food items to cook with...and decent coffee in the AM. There is ABSOLUTELY no wifi or cell service within the park...have to drive about 10 miles up the road to find it. Overall, this is by far one of the best campgrounds we have ever been to and we are already talking about going back next year. - PatPerry1966
Aug 2017 - $10.00
Thursday, August 17 Two Medicine Campground (NPS), Glacier National Park, MT, $10. Site 92, East Glacier, dump station, no hookups, first come This is a beautiful campground located north of East Glacier off of route 49. Route 49 can be driven from the south up to Two Medicine but vehicles towing or over 21 feet are not allowed to drive the last two miles around the mountain to join 89. There is even a short tunnel in the beginning of the drive with a height restriction of 13'. When leaving the campground RV's must head back south on 49 passed the Historic Glacier Lodge to East Glacier then on route 2 over to 89 south or north. There are 91 sites located in three loops - many are in the woods and others along the shore. The ones in the woods don't seem to be that level. We arrived around 7:30am and five sites had just opened up but within an hour the rest were taken. We had site 91 with a view to the lake but right next to water, bathhouse and trash. Across the street was Pray Lake where the hiking starts and one can sit on park benches to view the lake and mountains. Great lake for kayaking, fishing and even swimming. It joins Two Medicine Lake near the beginning of the campground. The bathhouse was just redone. Ranger shows at night and we have seen more rangers patrolling in this campground than any other we have been to on our trip. There are three backcountry campgrounds located in the mountains above this campground. Two Medicine Campground has hikes, lakes, swimming, fishing, boating, ranger programs and just stunning views. Our site looked out to Pray Lake and was surrounded by the mountains. There was a a lot of wildlife spotted in the campground and on the hiking trails here - no mountain lions but beavers, birds, black and grizzly bears and lots of moose. It seems that the 2015 fire drove a number of moose down from the north into these mountains, lakes and campground. Most of them have stayed and babies born. Great stop! - gsnakehill
Aug 2015 - $10.00
We had an excellent site right on Pray Lake with a view of the mountains surrounding us. We set our chairs up at the water's edge and enjoyed all Glacier had to offer. The campground never filled and this was due to the closure of many of the hiking trails from Two Medicine as a result of the wildfires in the area. There was some smoke, but nothing that would result in closure of the campground. East Glacier is nearby, where cell coverage was 4G/LTE. This is our favorite Glacier campground. - Marsha D
Sep 2019 - $27.00
We liked this campground. We made a last minute reservation so we could visit Glacier National Park. We were assigned a 20 amp/water back in site that was on grass but perfectly level-a plus for a truck camper. We had no problem running our a/c and other electric appliances though we had to do so one at a time. it is self check in and our site number was available at the entrance though a staff member did meet us and show us to our site. It was about a 40 mile drive to Glacier Natl Park. We did not see any loose dogs in the RV park. You can follow your GPS to reach the campground and it is through a neighborhood. There is nearby train activity but it did not bother us at all (no horns). We would stay here again. - roadking
Aug 2019 - $30.00
This was a great park to explore Glacier NP from! The rate was very reasonable for the level grass site. The roaming dogs were not an issue - only saw one during my 9 night stay. The 'office' consists of notes on the door and self check in. My 3 phone calls all went to voice mail. I could have used a bit of information about the park and area - major road construction on Hwy 89 to St. Mary (which I should have researched on my own); vehicle washing is allowed; grizzly bear (possible other wildlife) in valley beyond the fence at front of the park. Watching him was great fun! I would definitely stay again. - outtoplay
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Heads up !!! This park and the town are on an Indian Reservation and dogs run loose everywhere. The park restrooms were filthy. All sites are grass and dirt so it does get a little muddy at times. When we arrived there was a lady who greeted us and gave us site #5 and envelope to fill out and then she was gone. We found our site, dropped a check in the office box and were done. Restrooms have code needed to get in and lady forgot to give us code #, called number on check in bldg. several times but no answer, walked over to house on property and same lady come out and gave us code. Laundry area is extremely large. We would not return to this park, a shame because this park has a great location. - JR and The Boys
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Positives: pleasant surroundings, fairly quiet location (other than occasional road and train noise), can accommodate big rigs (these should stay to the open meadow area as the wooded part is extremely tight as is the dump station). Negatives: Location -Though on the edge of Glacier NP, it's actually pretty inconvenient for the park itself (45 min to Apgar and Two Medicine, 1.5 hours to St Mary an Many Glacier). Connectivity: There is no cell reception at all and despite the advertised "wireless internet" mentioned on the park's website, in practice there is almost nothing available. Wifi is not working most of the time and is extremely slow when it does work (even by RV park standards) plus it's only available at the Pavilion (not throughout the park). We found it to be unusable, even just for email, as when it did show that we had connectivity the signal would be so weak that practically nothing would load. There is also a cell booster at the Pavilion. However, due to the minimal cell reception, this is not very useful (still zero signal for AT&T and just one bar for Verizon). The Pavilion: Watch your head and where you step. There are dozens of birds living in the rafters and bird poop is all over the floor, which never seems to be cleaned. I can't imagine anyone wanting to spend "quality" time with their family and friends in there! Hook ups: No sewer at site (though black tank pumping can be arranged through the office). Policy: We decided to leave early as we need connectivity to run our businesses from the road. Despite the booking confirmation stating a 1-night penalty for cancellations, when I spoke to staff I was told very abruptly that they do not offer refunds and I would forfeit the entire cost of my stay. We left anyway (better to double-pay than stay here any longer). So, unless you are wanting to disconnect fully from the world, and you're not planning on visiting Glacier NP and you don't mind bird poop, skip this RV park. - ptulula
Aug 2019 - $45.00
No cell service or internet made it very remote. No restaurant close by either. A steakhouse down the road. Nice laundry $1.25 to wash and dry, and ice available. - Debi9
Jul 2019 - $45.00
First off, in reading the other reviews it appears that several of them are not about this park. It is near the East entrance, there is no restaurant on site nor is there an upgraded type of site with a patio. We liked this location, it was low key, had beautiful views of the mountains in the meadow sites and felt very safe. There was some faint train sounds and we could see the headlight of the train as it progressed slowly in the dark through the trees on a nearby mountain side. Reminded me of Polar Express. We asked about a bonfire and the manager quickly brought us a nice portable fire pit and wood. He also gave us tips on how to make the most of our limited time at Glacier NP. We would stay here again. - Nautical Wheelers
Aug 2018 - $32.00
This is a 10 spot, no-frills RV park in basically an open field just outside of Browning, MT. There is no sewer, only a dump station. There's a pretty horse farm next door, but not much else. The town isn't anything special. They had 50 amp power and water. The office staff was polite and helpful. This was a good spot to stay for a night while passing through the area, but not more than that. WiFi was very good, as was AT&T cell phone service. - Anthony D
Jul 2018 - $35.00
I was a bit concerned after reading the reviews, but was pleasantly surprised by the friendly, efficient office lady. Yes, the dirt road in isn't in the best shape, but go slow and it's certainly doable. Easy to find, good signs. Glad I made a reservation as they ended up full and even found spaces that I don't think were spaces for a couple folks. Electric worked as it should, didn't use the water and they don't have sewer hook-ups. I believe there is a dump station. If I'm ever in the area again will certainly stay here. - Ella18
Jun 2018 - $31.00
There is no sewer here and they charge you $10 to dump. Road into park is full of chuckholes and very rough. Reservation dogs are a problem. There are garbage cans located near your rig and the dogs got into them and made a mess. Park is near a casino and a big gas station so getting fuel is easy. We would only stay there as an overnight. If staying longer would look for another place. - rolling homeless
Aug 2019 - $46.00
This place is really close to Logan Pass and Many Glacier so you can't beat the location. Sites are all on a hillside so leveling your rig can be an issue. Water pressure was pretty weak and wifi non existent for most of our stay. No AT&T or T-Mobile cell access at all. Easy access in and out of our pull thru site and while the entrance has a bit of a tight turn it was certainly doable with our 39 ft fifth wheel. Very quiet and a nice view of the river. - CanaCamp
Jul 2019 - $50.00
This park has so much potential. It's in a beautiful location right next to Glacier East. They seem to be upgrading some, but are missing the things that need fixed, such as roads, site leveling, and cutting the grass. No OTA, no cable, good satellite, no recycling. The park is poorly planned as far as road direction. I made a very tight turn over a very rough terrain in order to try to get out without going the wrong way. Also could not pull into the spot without near damage from a rock pile. The grass is long. Great views and windy. - MWM
Jul 2018 - $46.00
Great location if you are going to Glacier NP. We had a 30amp and water site (no sewer) We were in a pull through up on the side of the hill. We had a very difficult time getting our 40' motorhome level. After several blocks under jacks and tires we just left it close as we could get it. Our site wasn't long enough for our motorhome and Jeep. Great views from this park!!!! - Fishclan Adventures
Jul 2017 - $59.00
Advertised Wi-Fi which since there is no phone service is very important. Worst then that are the constant freight trains that run both ways on two sets of tracks. It is all day and night and impossible to get used to. There is also the noise from Rt. 2, a seventy mile an hour highway that makes it sound like you are at a Nascar event. I never saw the owners and the two employees that I did speak to seemed to care less that I was not happy. I stayed four of the seven days and left without a refund which the owners make clear will not be given no matter the circumstances. I am relatively new at camping but this establishment is not a good example of how a RV park should be run. - bartender bob
Jul 2016 - $60.00
The man who checked us in was abrupt & rude and that should have been our 1st indication to not stay at this campground.
We understand the rule of 10pm quiet time, but to have to fires out at 10 when we are quietly sitting beside it is a little ridiculous.
We understood that you could either have the breakfast buffet or order off the menu, however we were told upon getting there that we should go down the road if we wanted to have breakfast other than what was served at the buffet, with food allergies this was not going to work for us, it was very strange.
The biggest issue however was the trains.....quiet time is at 10, but with trains every 30-40 min & the track about 40 feet away, the noise we would have made was nothing compared to that amount of noise!
This has been the highest price campground we came across ($60 usd) & would not recommend it with their rules & no sleep due to noise of highway and trains. - Roxane
Jul 2016 - $52.00
This was a beautiful campground. And the sites are big (we took a 38 ft 5th wheel) with lots of trees. The grounds were clean and the management friendly. But I will never stay at this RV site again. I ignored the reviews regarding the noise and the trains. I should have listened. The train I was able to actually get used to but there was so much traffic noise day and night and you are right next to the street. The other thing I found very odd is in the bathroom there are no doors. just a small stall with a shower curtain hanging on it that blows open whenever someone opens the door. (Sorry, but you guys need to put a little money into your restroom and add some doors.) There were also a TON of bugs at our site. So bad that you can not even put enough bug spray on to sit outside. It is unfortunate because the actual area is quiet beautiful. But when we go back to Glacier we will not be staying here. - Knibbers
Aug 2013 - $20.00
When we were there, they were only allowing hard sided rigs, vans, etc., because of a bear problem. We never saw any bears or other interesting wildlife; just chipmunks and birds. The sites cannot accommodate large rigs. We have a 30’ motorhome, and it was a tight squeeze. There was a nice dump station and good quality potable water, but no hookups. We drove our small dinghy car across Logan Pass; vehicles over about 24 feet are not allowed there, and for good reasons. - DMarilynB