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While this is one of the more expensive campgrounds we have stayed at (and we travel about half the year every year), it was a pleasant surprise. The sites were not jammed in like a parking lot as so many are these days. We interacted...More
I stayed in one of the large luxury cabins in August with six other people. It was tight, I'm not going to lie. But it was a beautiful cabin and we all had a good attitude about the cramped quarters so it worked out just...More
This was the most expensive campground we stayed at, during our travels from Florida beginning in June. I was sure to get laundry with 14 washing machines, wrong! Only 5 of them worked. It took 2 days to get the laundry done with only 5...More
My wife and I are not RV-type folks. We prefer to camp/backpack in the park but with a 3 and 1 year old, our options are limited. Found this place looking for camping alternatives close to St. Mary/Many Glacier area and could not have been...More
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
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.