Please use the interactive map and links below to enhance your visit to Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park and Whitefish, Montana. Each yellow icon represents point of interest, the green icons a popular hiking trail and the red icons one of our lodging properties. A more detailed map and travel guide to the Going-to-the-Sun Road can be found here.
While planning your trip, it is important to keep in mind where your "home base" lodging will be. We always recommend planning a couple nights on the West Side of the park at Grouse Mountain Lodge, West Glacier Motel or Apgar Village Lodge and a couple nights on the East Side of the park at Glacier Park Lodge, St. Mary Village or Prince of Wales. This way, you can enjoy many areas of the park without spending too much time driving back and forth from each location.
Year-round adventure is yours for the asking at Grouse Mountain Lodge. Whether you’re looking for epic day trips, non-stop nightlife, manicured greens, rugged mountain bike trails, perfect skiing or just a place to relax and get back to nature, we can point you in every direction. The only question is: how much fun can you handle?
West Glacier Village is situated at the west entrance to Glacier National Park on the bank of the Flathead River. These rustic motel rooms and cozy cabins offer budget-friendly accommodations steps from Glacier National Park and the Going-to-the-Sun Road.
Step back in time to an era of elegance and culinary prowess at the historic Belton Chalet.
Apgar Village Lodge features 48 rooms and cabins nestled among old growth forest at the foot of Lake McDonald. This unique location within park boundaries offers an unbeatable Glacier National Park Experience.
Appropriately named the “Big Tree Hotel” by the native Blackfeet tribe, Glacier Park Lodge was constructed using massive western red cedars, averaging three feet in diameter. Resting in the evening shadows of the mountains of Glacier National Park, this Iconic Lodge has been hosting adventurous visitors for over a century.
Situated at the eastern entrance of Glacier National Park on the Going-to-the-Sun Road, St. Mary Village features a wide range of accomodations ranging from luxury lodge rooms and suites to rustic and relaxing cottages and motel rooms.
Built by the Great Northern Railway in 1927, the Prince of Wales is the only hotel in Waterton Lakes National Park designated as a National Historic Site. Inside, you will find well-appointed rooms, a stylish lobby and luxurious dining facilities.
Located on the northeastern end of Lake McDonald, Motel Lake McDonald offers clean, comfortable budget-friendly lodging and some of the best access to the most popular activities in Glacier National Park.
Quietly tucked away behind the hustle and bustle of West Glacier Village lies the West Glacier RV Park. Brand-new in 2019, these fully-equipped RV sites feature all of the amenities to make you feel right at home during your Glacier National Park vacation.
Located at the perfect location for Northwest Montana adventure, Glacier Basecamp Lodge offers comfortable Motel style lodging, cabins, larger family rooms with full kitchens and family picnic areas.
From Glacier National Park to Flathead lake, Whitefish Mountain and Hungry Horse dam this home base lets you see it all.
Discover authentic Montana hospitality at Paddle Ridge, West Glacier’s outfitter’s retreat located less than a mile from Glacier National Park. Home to a range of cozy cabins and lodge rooms, this is the perfect basecamp for outdoor adventurers of all stripes.
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