Montana National Park Info You Will Need For This Years Fun Trip
Summer travel and fun typically include a visit to the National Parks, regardless if it is Yellowstone National Park or Glacier National Park, one or the other is usually on the list.
To be fully prepared for openings, closings, and delays during your visit you can always go to the website of the park you choose, so you are able to plan your trip accordingly.
Today we will look at some useful information about Glacier National Park.
Camping at Glacier
There are many different options for camping at the park, and knowing when they open and all the other details are a must when planning your trip. Knowing if you are going to tent it or camp with an RV (or another vehicle), you will most likely be able to find the right campsite to fit your needs.
Some people ask about the shuttle service that takes you to the Going to the Sun Road. Good news for you, it's free and is open July 1st or if they can get the roads ready sooner, then it will open prior to July 1st. It is based on a first-come, first-served service so plan to be there accordingly.
In Montana we really only have a few months of warm weather, also known as "construction season", with that being said, there will be some short delays as you make your way through the park.
Your wait times for some of the attractions on your "must-see" list could be longer than you are expecting, so make sure you plan extra time so you can see all there is to see at the beautiful park.
If fishing is on the schedule while you visit Glacier National Park, this information will be helpful for you. Learn your limits, your open fishing areas, and all the fun rules.
You can head over to the official Glacier National Park website to get all of the information you need before you head out on one of the best adventures of your life.