Centrally located and just 1-mile from the entrance to the National Park, we provide the perfect location to camp at Glacier. Plan several days to fully appreciate the “crown of the continent”, Glacier National Park, and it’s sister park in Alberta, Waterton National Park.
Glacier Park was designated as the 10th US National Park in 1911, and just a few years later, the US Government and the Canadian Government joined these two parks as the world’s first International Peace Park. Since then, the world has designated these two parks as Biosphere Reserves and World Heritage Sites. While the glaciers of Glacier National Park have greatly dwindled since this park was designated, there are still active glaciers within easy day hikes, and can be seen both at Many Glacier and on the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Whether your plans include hiking, biking, sightseeing or photographing, you will find St. Mary KOA is an exceptional spot to land at the end of the day. It’s our goal to ensure your vacation to Glacier Park is a memorable and fun vacation experience.
View the St. Mary Webcam
Courtesy of National Park Service