Have you been aching to explore Glacier National Park with your furry pal by your side? It's hard to find a closer facility to do so than Red Eagle Campground, a property ran by the Blackfeet Nation. Named after an esteemed member of the tribe who sought to contribute to the tribe's wellbeing, Red Eagle is a gigantic tribute to progress.
The campground offers 93 campsites, 6 of which provide electric hookups. Don't expect any frills, as some of the sites have only recently been created and can be a little rough around the edges. For those that would like to experience what the area's original camping was like, tipis are available for rent and can accommodate up to 8 people each! It is unclear exactly what type of restroom facilities await you here, but as the property includes a day-use area and vendor spaces for local artisans, we're sure they provide some kind of latrine.
To spend the day at Two Medicine River or Lower Two Medicine Lake, visitors must pay $10. For those that chose to stay overnight, fees start at $25 for a basic campsite. Each vehicle that enters must obtain a permit envelope, and tribal members only can purchase fishing permits for the lake and river.
While you're at this facility, you can trek around the grassy hills catching sights of the many peaks that circle the campground. The property also offers rental bikes to explore the surrounding nature of Red Eagle for $50 a day. Just over 3 miles away lies the Two Medicine Entrance to the Glacier National Park, making it easy for you to spend your days experiencing the wonder of this area frozen in time.
Four-legged campers are welcome throughout the park and can stay on most lots within it. Leashes are required at all areas of the campground, and it is mandatory to pick up after your pupper, as always!
To get back to nature and experience the wonders of the glacier, check out Red Eagle Campground!