General Campground Information

Glacier National Park

We are at the perfect location to visit Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, and the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road. This year, in addition to needing a Park Pass to enter, Glacier National Park is continuing a vehicle reservation system to reduce congestion, improve visitor experience, and protect park resources. From May 27 through September 11, 2022, from 6 am to 4 pm; a vehicle reservation is required to access the Going-to-the-Sun Road Corridor and North Fork Vehicle Reservation Areas.

Check-In / Check-Out

Check-in 3:00 PM
Check-out 11:00 AM

Guests who violate their departure date will have their equipment towed at their expense and incur an additional daily site charge.

Late Check-in

If you expect to arrive after our front desk closes, there is a late arrivals box with everything you'll need to check in. Located at our front kiosk is a brown box. Inside, you'll find your site map with directions to your site. If you have a cabin, it will be open and your key will be inside. Please be sure to stop by the front desk in the morning to register for your stay. Text us at (406) 345-6009 if you have questions.

Altering Reservations

Call us anytime to make changes to your reservation to move, add, or subtract days. A reservation's dates cannot be changed to a new week inside the cancellation window listed above. Changing dates within the window will result in a cancellation (forfeit one night deposit) and the creation of a new reservation. After arrival, early checkouts can be granted on a 48 hour basis.

Cancellation

Cancellations result in a refund of your deposit minus a $10 cancellation fee. As your arrival nears, cancellations result in a forfeit of your one night deposit according to the following schedule:
  • RV Sites: 48 Hours
  • Tent Sites: 48 Hours
  • Camping Cabins: 7 Days
  • Deluxe Lodges: 14 Days

The cancellation must be before 4pm (MST). For example, if you are scheduled to arrive on July 20, 2022 for an RV site, you must cancel before 4pm (MST) on July 18.

Pet Policy

We follow the KOA National Pet Policy. Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground, along with their owners. Bring the leash. Dogs must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles or rental units. Do not leave a tethered dog unattended. Remember manners. Constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too vocal, you'll need to find other accommodations. Service dogs are welcomed although leash and aggressive behavior rules apply. You are required to pick up after your animal fury friends. Our pet fees apply to our lodging accommodations and vary depending on size and type of accommodation.

Resort Fee

Resort Fee: A nightly $6 resort fee ($10 for 2023) allows us to offer exceptional amenities and activities for no additional cost. Every guest has open access to our beautiful landscaping, two large pools, hot tubs, saunas, kid's area, yard games, and huge pet playground. We also provide nightly activities like live music, rafting and fly fishing demonstrations, a magic show, and face painting. The only time you will pay extra is if you take something home with you like a tie-dye t-shirt.

Site Guarantee

Lock a specific site for $45 per reservation.

Wi-Fi and Phone Signal

We provide WiFi throughout the campground. However, a number of factors impact its strength; including things like number of guests, weather conditions, the positioning of our extenders, and even nearby RVs. Therefore, we cannot guarantee great WiFi at your site. However, we have provided several tables and chairs near our office where the signal is strong. Cellular service at our campground and throughout Glacier National Park varies by provider.

Campground Rules

Bikes
Our nature trail is a great pathway for bikes. Please supervise young children and be mindful of heavy traffic areas. 
Landscaping
Follow all signs and stay on the designated walk-ways. Most areas of the campground are irrigated, including your site, so plan accordingly.
Tent
Tents are for designated tent pads.  If you would like to setup a tent please contact the front desk about obtaining a tent site.
Vehicle Washing
Vehicle washing is not allowed in the park except by authorized vendors.
Quiet Hours
Daily, 10pm to 6am. Be respectful and mindful of your neighbors. Loud and unruly behavior will not be tolerated. Offenders will forfeit their charges and be excluded from the campground.
Campfires
Put out all fires before retiring for the evening and follow any fire restrictions that are in effect. 
Speed Limit
The speed limit on the park is 5mph. Drive slowly and carefully for safety and to keep down dust.

Red Bus Tours

For the 2022 season, we will be a pickup location for Red Bus Tours, Glacier National Park's historic in-park transportation. The Huckleberry Mountain Tour is available for booking May 14-June 17, 2022. Departure times for this tour are 10 am and 1:30 pm. Also, the West Side Crown of the Continent Tour is available for booking from July 1-September 17, 2022. The Red Buses depart at 8 am and return at 6 pm. From the West Glacier KOA Resort, you will enter Glacier National Park and journey through the cedar and hemlock forests of the Lake McDonald Valley. Travel up the Going-to-the-Sun Road along a glacially formed arête to the top of the Crown of the Continent at Logan Pass. Head down through the St. Mary Valley and out to the prairies of Big Sky Country. Continue into the magnificent Swiftcurrent Valley. Enjoy views of the valley during an optional lunch at Many Glacier Hotel or Swiftcurrent. Experience an encore vista on your return trip to the west side. Be sure to bring your Park Pass or park entrance receipt on the tour. Tour duration and return times are approximate and may vary slightly. Open and closing dates are also subject to change.

Mail and Package Delivery

We do not have a secure location to receive and store packages. The following addresses can be used to receive mail and packages.

USPS (West Glacier Post Office):
    "Temporary General Delivery"
    United States Postal Service
    110 Going to the Sun Road
    West Glacier, MT 59936

UPS
    2130 9th Street West
    Columbia Falls, MT 59912

FED EX 
    2033 US Highway 2 East
    Kalispell, MT 59901