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This was a wonderful Glamping experience! The east side of Glacier was our favorite and staying at this clean KOA was perfect! The bed was so comfortable after long days of hiking! There was a pool and they offered a kind of restaurant. Food was...More
Nice campground with camping cabins and a small store & swimming pool. Cabins were clean and well kept, but small. Shared showers and restrooms were new and clean. PIcnic tables available and close to St mary's trails. Please be aware these are camping cabins...they have...More
Imagine our surprise when, after paying $250/night for a "Deluxe Lodge", we found there was no bed! There were bunk beds and a futon. We slept on the futon; it was very small and uncomfortable. WiFi was worthless and the grounds were generally unkept. Service...More
My wife and I stayed 3 nights at this KOA, having just left the totally terrific West Glacier KOA. This campground was quite a let down. The price was about the same as the high quality campground in West Glacier. The pads were nowhere near...More
My son and I stayed here during the Glacier Half Marathon last June. It was the best Road trip ever! We got a camper cabin, and it was perfect; all we had to bring were pur own comfy linens. I also brought a floor fan...More
Response from glacierhiker | Property representative |
Thanks for checking us out! The Glamping Tent and cabins share a large bathroom/shower facility. It is about 200 yds from the Glamping Tent. The setting has a beautiful view out the front of Glacier's east slope mountains... More
Thanks for checking us out! The Glamping Tent and cabins share a large bathroom/shower facility. It is about 200 yds from the Glamping Tent. The setting has a beautiful view out the front of Glacier's east slope mountains and behind the tent is a quaking aspen grove. In the tent, the beds are made and there are towels for showering. In the camping cabins you will need to bring your own bedding and towels. Some guests who are flying, stop at the closest outdoor store and purchase inexpensive sleeping bags, pillows etc. since this still make the cabin way cheaper than hotels.
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"The luxury cabins are set away from the rest of the campground and are quiet with great views."