About Glacier National Park
THE SUN ROAD
If you’re visiting the Park during the summer and want to take the scenic drive east on the Going To The Sun Road you will need to get a vehicle reservation pass to do so. This applies from the end of May until Mid-September between 6am – 4pm. For More Information, Park Updates or Tickets, please visit www.recreation.gov.
Welcome to the Crown of the Continent
What would you like to see today?
With over 1500 square miles and nearly 700 miles of trails to explore, let your adventure start here…you can always come stay with us again and experience it even more!
As you plan your trip, be sure to check out the National Park Service’s website for plenty of recommendations, things to see, what to bring and where to go. Their site will be invaluable to the GNP traveler.
We made it easy by providing a link below to help you plan your adventure to Montana. The Badges will go directly to the National Park Service’s website for great tips and up to date Park information. But don’t forget to come back here and book with us.
Are the Roads All Open? >
Conditions are constantly changing. Check here for updates on which roads are open or closed.
Current Conditions >
Check here for information on roads, project work, congestion, hiking trails, wildlife safety, and weather information.
Getting Married >
Special Use Permits are required to get married inside Glacier National Park. Check here for information and frequently asked questions on permits and where weddings are permitted.
What’s the Weather Like? >
Links to historic and current weather data for Glacier National Park
Explore Glacier’s Biodiversity >
Glacier's varied landscape is home to an incredible variety of plants and animals. Learn more here.
Tips for Dealing with Crowds >
Glacier is extremely busy during the summer. Here are some ideas to help you navigate crowded park conditions.
Where to Camp >
Glacier has 13 drive-in campgrounds. Some are by reservation only and some are first-come, first-served. Check here for details.
Hiking the Trails >
Over 700 miles of trail beckon visitors to Glacier National Park.
Ask a Ranger at a Visitor Center >
A stop at one of the park's three visitor centers is a great place to start your journey in the park.