Lots of privacy. First come first served. 100 sites. Come during the week and plenty of sites, but even on the weekend we saw open sites ... though not a lot. CAUTION: there is a LOW underpass (12' 8") from Hwy 89 onto Hwy 49, the only way to get to the campground. If you have a taller rig you will not make it. We have a 30' TT and had just inches of clearance. We could see evidence of others who hit the top. Rangers are very proactive in making sure campers are abiding by the rules. Keep food put away in your rig or bear boxes and make sure your unattended campfire is out cold. Several bathrooms with flush toilets and running water in the sinks, but no showers. Abundant water spigots spread around. Most sites are pull through, of different sizes. The turn around loop at the end of Loop C is tight and has a tree on the inside of the turn with arm sized branches making turn around sporty. Pay attention!
March 18, 2018 - reviewed by HF1
My wife and I stayed here a week the beginning of September 17 and truly enjoyed staying here. The smoke was coming in late afternoon from fires on west side of glacier park. Still had great pics of mountains and lakes.
The staff check everything several times a day at each camp to make sure no one is dumping anything that would attract bears, like water from pet bowl or even rinsing out coffee pot , ect. They are also helpful if you have questions. $7 night with senior pass.
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
This camp ground is a typical national park campground. Well kept and clean. Lots of traffic by both vehocle and hikers. Bears, moode, gosts snd sheep are a pleanty. The camp is WELL patrolled by the park service to keep bear activity at a minimum. The lakes are aeesome and the a Road to the Sun drive is highly recomended. In town be sure to visit the Whistle Stop Cafe. Good food ad very reasonable rates.