You'll find the picturesque Many Glacier Campground in Browning, Montana within Glacier National Park. Many Glacier Campground sits among tall trees, and dense vegetation between campsites provides privacy for campers. The areas surrounding the campground can experience strong wind gusts, but thanks to the tree cover, the campground is mostly shielded from them. There are 109 sites, 13 of which can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet. 62 sites are first-come-first-serve, but there are also 41 sites that can be reserved ahead of time. Your furry friend is welcome to join you at the campground if they're on a leash, but dogs are not allowed on any of Glacier National Park's trails.
Campsites at Many Glacier have picnic tables and campfire rings, and there's potable water available from several water spigots throughout the campground. To keep the campground quiet, certain spots are designated "generator free," while other spots allow generator use during certain hours of the day. You'll really be off the grid during your stay at this remote campground, and the closest area with cellphone coverage is about 12 miles away. Most campsites cost $23 a day, but there are some primitive sites with no water for just $10.
The campground's position east of the Continental Divide means there are a variety of hiking trails to trek during your stay. Hikers are advised to pack bear spray and travel in groups because grizzly and black bears frequent the area. Passport holders can make the short trip to Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada for more hiking, wildlife viewing, and fishing opportunities.
Each vehicle entering the park must pay a $35 entrance fee that's valid for seven days. If you enter on foot or bicycle, the entrance fee is $15. From July 1 to Labor Day, campers are permitted to stay for up to 14 days, and from Labor Day to June 30th, you can stay at this furrific campground for up to 30 days.