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The views at your picnic table are stunning. We stayed in a cabin close to the restroom and just brought our own sleeping bags. The kids swam on a 48 degree evening and the pool was warm. Close to the park and more economical.
Still can't beat the views. Chose a back in site closer to the road. It was level and we had a "backyard" instead of the side yard. Staff were super friendly, pet friendly, and the ice cream was very good :) Site was even and...More
we just stayed in a hamlet east side of KOA, need left rubbish there every morning when bypass this KOA to the park. There is no network coverage, 2G/3G/4G, nothing in this whole area, but in this KOA, you can access to the WIFI. The...More
Check in services was very good. Stores, washrooms and food service were all very good. Adequate WiFi connection but very slow. Sites were dry, dusty and barren. Nice location near Glacier Park but over priced in comparison to other campgrounds in Montana.
We were pleased with our one bed and bunk bed cabin. We spent two nites. You can't beat the location and I always like to be around this area when I'm in the park because it is between Two Medicine and Many Glacier and Going...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."