Many Glacier Campground - 2014

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Dates of Operation
Summer  5/30 - 9/29
Primitive

 5/30 - 5/31
 9/29 - 10/31

Additional Information
Summer Fee  $20.00 / night
Number of Sites  109*
Flush Toilets  Yes
Showers  No
Disposal Station  Yes
Reservations  No

*13 sites will accommodate up to a 35 foot RV or truck and trailer combination.



Campground layout


Approximate driving distance:
St. Mary: 21mi

 

The campground at Many Glacier is one of the most popular campgrounds in Glacier National Park. Camp sites are on a first- come, first- serve basis, and due to the popularity of this campground, it is suggested you arrive early.

The campground is situated within trees for tent and RV campers, though there are only 13 sites that can accommodate vehicle lengths up to 35 feet in length. Sites 88 through 102 are generator free. Potable water is accessible in the campground, and restroom facilities are equipped with flush toilets and sinks with running water. Be sure to join a ranger for nightly evening programs. Please see our ranger guided activity schedule for more information.

The nearby Swiftcurrent Motor Inn houses a combination gift shop and camp store, and a casual restaurant. A fee-based shuttle service with Glacier Park Inc. and Glacier National Park Lodges is also available here to connect you to east side destinations. A separate building near the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn houses token operated showers (3 shower stalls for men, 4 shower stalls for women, and 1 ADA accessible unisex shower stall). The historic Many Glacier Hotel, situated on Swiftcurrent Lake, is located down the road from the campground. Here you will find dinning opportunities, interpretive programs, boat tours, horse rides, fee-based shuttle service, and Red Bus tours.

Bring your binoculars, as there are opportunities to view wildlife like bighorn sheep, moose, and bears. Many Glacier also provides access to some of the best day hikes in the park, including a hike to one of the park's largest glaciers, so don't forget your hiking boots.

Primitive camping is available during the shoulder season. The fee for primitive camping is $10.00 per night. During primitive camping season there is no water available and campers are advised to bring their own drinking water.


Current and Historic
Campground Fill Times
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Use the drop-down menus to select a different month and year to see when this campground filled. Use Avg to display the 5-year average for the month selected.

 

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