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Stay Inside Glacier National Park

February 5, 2013 by

Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park, Montana

Montana’s Glacier National Park provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventure. Whether you plan to hike, raft, ride horseback, or decide to customize with a combination of all the above, it makes a great choice for thrill seekers.

Its family friendly tours and activities also make it ideal for a family vacation, and convenient Glacier Park lodging provides a selection of accommodations making it possible to stay inside the park. 

Lake McDonald Lodge

Lake McDonald Lodge

Lake McDonald Lodge

This lodge offers a wide selection of glacier park lodging options including lodge, cabin, and motel style accommodations. Lake McDonald Lodge is located on the Western side of the park along the scenic Going-to-the-Sun Road.

The Main Lodge does not have an elevator, so second and third floor rooms are only accessible via the stairs. Large and small cottage rooms are located in duplex to six-plex style buildings in the wooded area near the Main Lodge, with motel style lodging just 200 yards from the Main Lodge. 

Many Glacier Hotel

The historic Many Glacier Hotel is a Swiss Chalet style hotel nestled along the shores of Swiftcurrent Lake inside Glacier Park. It offers stunning views of Grinnell Point and Mt. Henkel.

Standard rooms are furnished with double and twin beds. This is a great choice for wildlife lovers hoping to spot mountain goats, big horn sheep, and bears. 

Many Glacier Hotel

Many Glacier Hotel

Village Inn at Apgar

The Village Inn at Apgar features unmatched views of the placid waters of Lake McDonald and the peaks of Glacier National Park from every room. This small, 36-room facility is located near the west entrance to the park.

Room accommodations vary. Some first floor rooms are equipped with kitchenettes. On the second floor, two-bedroom rooms can sleep up to six people. 

Deposits Required

To stay inside Glacier National Park, an advanced deposit is required in the amount of the first night’s stay. When booking a tour or activities, the full amount is due in advance and is considered your deposit. Deposits are fully refundable for 30 days from the reservation date.

Beyond that, administration fees will be taken out of the deposit up until 72 hours prior to arrival. At that point the deposit is non-refundable. 

Photo credits: Katie@!, GlacierNPS, superde1uxe

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  1. i’ll add this place to my bucket list travel. i hope someday, i can go there.

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