Thursday, June 12, 2008

Explore Glacier Park During its Shoulder Season

With over a million acres, there's more to Glacier National Park than the Going-to-the-Sun (Sun) Road. While park crews continue plowing the park's famous road, consider exploring some of the other areas of the park. Those who explore the park during this "shoulder season" will be rewarded with fewer people and the scenic beauty of Glacier's snow-capped peaks. Visitors also enjoy walking or biking lengths past the vehicle closures on the Sun Road when there's little-to-no traffic.

Full-service camping is available at Apgar, Avalanche, Many Glacier, Rising Sun, Sprague Creek and Two Medicine campgrounds for $20/night and at Bowman Lake and Kintla Lake campgrounds for $15/night. Full service reservation camping is also offered at the Fish Creek and St. Mary campgrounds. The cost is $23/night. Sites at these two campgrounds may be reserved through the National Recreation Reservation Service website at www.recreation.gov, or by calling 1-877-444-6777. Campers without prior reservations are also welcome, if space is available.. Primitive camping with no water provided is also available at Cut Bank Campground for $10 night. Visitors can verify the status of Glacier National Park's campgrounds online at www.home.nps.gov/applications/glac/cgstatus/cgstatus.cfm.
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