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Glacier National Park Updates
What to Expect From a 2021 Park Visit

With national parks more popular than ever and things still a bit out of the ordinary, here’s what you need to keep in mind when traveling in and around Glacier National Park this year.

There will be an online ticketed reservation system to enter the park at West Glacier, St. Mary and Camas Road from May 28 through September 6. You’ll need to reserve your entry ticket online and also secure a Park Pass. Find more information here.

There will also be road construction in and just outside the park this year. This includes U.S. highways 2 and 89, as well as extensive work on Many Glacier Road. Expect delays, and read more about it here.

Glacier National Park Shuttles, Red Bus Tours, Sun Tours and Glacier Park Boat Company will likely be operating this year, but at a reduced capacity. Please plan ahead in terms of arrangements and ticketing.

There is a shortage of rental cars nationwide this season, and in-park lodging is filling up fast. Be sure to make reservations in advance. Also, have an alternate plan in place outside the park in the event that the park is congested. You’ll find plenty of world-class recreation, arts and culture, dining, breweries and distilleries, farmers markets and family fun in Western Montana’s Glacier Country. Please plan ahead, pack your mask, and recreate responsibly. (Face masks are required in all buildings on federal lands and outside in situations where appropriate social distancing is not possible.)


The Great Outdoors

102 Things to Do

There’s ALWAYS fun to be had in Western Montana’s Glacier Country, so we compiled a list of 102 Things to Do, just to get you started. Discover our favorite must-do activities, places to visit on and off the beaten path, and can’t-miss attractions, like Flathead Lake, the National Bison Range and Whitefish Mountain Resort. From epic stargazing and Flathead cherry tasting to hot springs soaking, wildlife watching and llama trekking, incredible adventures await. 


Events in Montana

East Glacier Area

East of Glacier National Park, experience the Blackfeet Nation, plus recreation, history and small-town charm. Explore the historic Glacier Park Lodge, take a trail ride complete with park views, visit the Museum of the Plains Indian, Glacier County Historical Museum and Faught’s Blackfeet Trading Post, and fill up on Montana flavor at Johnson’s of St. Mary and Cut Bank Creek Brewery. Please plan ahead by being aware of the Blackfeet Nation’s COVID-19 regulations.


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