One of the greatest attributes of the West Glacier KOA is that it is quiet and remote. This means there is just enough bandwidth to check email or lookup a restaurant. Please do not upload/download photos, stream audio / video, download video, watch movies online or do any online gaming. Thank You for your cooperation and enjoy your stay.
We love having children with their bicycles. We do ask that parents supervise their young children and encourage them not to ride near the check-in area as RV traffic is the most heavy at the office. This is for their safety. We work very hard to maintain our campground landscaping; please follow all signs and stay on the designated walk-ways. Tents are not allowed in RV sites. Vehicle washing is not allowed in the park A 5mph speed limit is enforced. Please don't be upset if an employee asks you to slow down.
Check-in 3:00 PM Check-out 11:00 AM
Your site map and instructions to your site will be posted on the office door with your name. Register and pay in the morning if you arrive after office hours.
Daily: 10pm to 6am; please be respectful and mindful of your neighbors. Loud and unruly behavior will not be tolerated and if this rule is not followed you may be asked to leave.
Your animal friends are welcome at the West Glacier KOA. We insist on the KOA official National Pet Policy. You may review the policy upon completion of your reservation. We ask that you not bring any pet(s) that exhibits aggressive or protective behaviors to our busy campground. We ask that you do not leave your pet(s) unattended at anytime and they are on a 6 foot lead whenever the animal is outside the owner’s trailer, vehicle, cabin or motorhome. Pet(s) that incessantly bark day or night are not permitted. You are required to pick up after your animal friends. Violators of any of these policies may be asked to exit our campground. Pet(s) are not allowed in any of our general public buildings, such as pavilion, laundry room, pool area, etc. NEW: 2015, we will be adding a $25 pet fee in our Deluxe Cabins and Tucker Lodge, where we provide linens, to cover cleaning costs. We will allow a maximum of two pets in these facilities. This fee will be charge at the time of registration
Campfires are part of camping but they can be dangerous. Please put all fires out before retiring for the evening and please follow all fire restrictions if they are in effect.
Pay attention to the details, they matter.The West Glacier, MT KOA is owned and operated by Greg and Theresa McClure. In 1990 Greg and Theresa purchased the property from Gregs parents, Bud and Norma, who had owned the park since 1976. The park was built in 1972.