in Glacier National Park
Plan Accordingly for Road Construction
In the summer of 2021 there will be several road construction projects that may impact travel times within the Glacier National Park area.
- US Highway 2
- US Highway 89
- Many Glacier Road
- Camas Road
- Inside North Fork Road
EXPLORE GLACIER’S EAST SIDE!
The St. Mary Campground is conveniently located near the St. Mary Visitor Center, and near the entrance of the park’s most scenic byway, the Going-to-the-Sun-Road. The visitor center offers interpretive programs, shuttle service, and Red Bus tours leaving from the center.
If you’re in search of the best day hike routes near St. Mary, look no further! This free map will guide you on your journey and help you discover some of the best options. If a guided hiking tour is more your style, you can choose from a list of these exclusive guide services.
Two Medicine also has an abundance of hiking trails that will surely provide you with an authentic wilderness experience.
Boating & Boat Tours
Sit back, relax, and take in the gorgeous scenery through a guided boat tour on the sparkling waters of St. Mary Lake or Two Medicine Lake.
If you’re planning to bring your own watercraft into the park, learn more about boating permits and make sure you’re up-to-date with all boating regulations.
From stargazing parties to guided hiking tours, choose from a variety of ranger-led activities all year long!
Or immerse yourself in the history and culture of Glacier National Park through the longest-running indigenous speaker series in the National Park Service, Native America Speaks.
STAY UP TO DATE WITH CURRENT ROAD CONDITIONS
Road conditions change rapidly in the park; get the current park roads status before setting out.
Map & Directions
Your resource for getting to and around the park. Click here >>
An interactive map that lets you see what parts of Going‑to‑the‑Sun Road and other park roads are open or closed. Click here >>