Glacier National Park and Whitefish are located in the northwest corner of Montana along the spine of the Rocky Mountains. Waterton Lakes National Park is located in southern Alberta, just north of Montana's Glacier National Park.
Most visitors can fly to Glacier Park International Airport, or other nearby airports with only one stop. Also, Amtrak's Empire Builder stops in East Glacier, West Glacier and Whitefish.
Of course, you can always pack up the car and make it a road trip! Glacier National Park is only approximately 10 hours from Seattle, 6 hours from Calgary and 4 hours from Spokane.
From Kalispell, take U.S. Highway 2 north to West Glacier, turn left towards Going-to-the-Sun Road and Glacier National Park (approximately 33 miles). West Glacier RV Park is just southeast of the park entrance located on River Bend Drive.
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All distances given in miles and based on the shortest available route. Remember to check your route for seasonal road closures.