August 16, 2019 - reviewed by Jack
I just arrived here today. My site with full hook-ups was $55.00 a night, plus a $3.50 fee, for 30 amp service. The total was $168.50 for three nights.
August 2, 2019 - reviewed by Mary
We camped here in our 25' RV, in the way from Alberta into Glacier Park. We reserved a campsite for full hook-ups, but the best sites are in loop 'G', on the lake. Only a few have either power or water. But there is a dump station with potable water so rustic camping on the lake is better. We stayed in G22, it had privacy, wildflowers and lake access. Also, there is a laundry room with 3 washers and dryers.
September 8, 2018 - reviewed by Ray
Stayed Here Before Many Glacier Campgrou
We stayed here the night before 5 nights of RV dry camping at Many Glacier Campground at Glacier NP. We were pleased with this campground for our purposes. I couldn't give 5 stars because none of us went to the restrooms.
August 18, 2018 - reviewed by Kilo Tango
Great Views especially of the lake, we had a lake front campsite and it was great. The bathroom/shower were terrible, holes in the walls, big stains on the shower walls and the one shower building was closed and for good reason.
July 19, 2018 - reviewed by Susie
Wide Open Spaces!
We spent 2 nights here. I enjoyed it. The campsites were spaced far apart. It was great to have plenty of space! The electric and the water wasn't close together but we made it work. It was fairly quiet and the view was awesome, I even saw an eagle! I didn't go into the bathroom/shower house but some of the folks in our group did and refused to use them. One evening they had a program with a Native American man telling stories and singing. It was a great show! It's close to the GNP. If we ever go back to this area we'll camp here again. One word of warning, the mosquitoes are brutal!
November 10, 2017 - reviewed by Jeff
Does not appear well maintained with the closest restroom closed and the other with damaged fixtures. The site was in the middle of an empty field. It is convenient to Glacier and staff was friendly.
August 30, 2017 - reviewed by Ray and Lyn
Loved Our Stay Here
Operated by the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, this is actually called Chewing Blackbones Campground. Friendly reception and beautiful views with easy access to Many Glacier and less than an hour's drive to Waterton in Canada. We dry camped here for $25/nite right next to water spigot. Roomy sites on grass and near St. Mary Lake.
December 22, 2016 - reviewed by DR Dieter
5th Wheel Traveler
We spent several nights at this large campground that is in the process of being restored to its former glory days while touring Glacier National Park. Although it has full hook up sites, we took a beautiful shaded site without hooks along the waters edge. The operators were very nice and it was a short drive to the park. We would stay here again and look forward to the ongoing upgrades.