West Glacier KOA Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

355 Halfmoon Flats Rd, West Glacier, MT 59936

Good Sam Verified Campground
(5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8
Restrooms 9.5
Appeal 9.5
(5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
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Address

355 Halfmoon Flats Rd
West Glacier, MT, 59936

Coordinates:
48.464740, -113.980810
Elevation:
3,500 ft (1,067 m)

Open May 1 - October 15

Contact

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Big rig sites
Spaces available: 154
Site length: 75
Max length: 75
Gravel sites: 154
Pull-thru size: 30 x 75
Pull-thrus: 137
Back-in size: 30 x 60
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 132
Number of water: 22
Number of electric: 22
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Guest services
Dog park
Guest services
Dog park
Pet grooming
ATM
Fire rings
ATM
Fire rings

Swimming
Hot tub
Playground
Horseshoes
Heated pool
Horseshoes
Heated pool

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Rock/mountain climbing
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
ATV riding
Mountain biking
Snow sports
Mountain biking
Snow sports

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Spring, Fall

Military Discount

4.2 (5 reviews) 4.2 out of 5 stars from 5 reviews
Facility
4.6
Restroom
5
Appeal
4.6
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 08/15/2021

We stayed 15 nights at the West Glacier KOA and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it is a bit pricey but it is a beautiful park with great landscaping, a wide offering of amenities, and you can be in the Glacier National Park in less than 15 minutes! We liked it so much, we have already booked additional days in 2022. The front of the park near the office is where all the action is with the pools, playground, café and ice cream shop. But the rv sites are nicely separated from it so you don’t necessarily... Read More

We stayed 15 nights at the West Glacier KOA and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it is a bit pricey but it is a beautiful park with great landscaping, a wide offering of amenities, and you can be in the Glacier National Park in less than 15 minutes! We liked it so much, we have already booked additional days in 2022. The front of the park near the office is where all the action is with the pools, playground, café and ice cream shop. But the rv sites are nicely separated from it so you don’t necessarily experience all of the noise. They had singers, fly fishing demonstrations and many things to engage a family. It is a large park with beautiful views with a more “mature” section with thicker landscaping between the sites and the “newer” section with more space and grass between the pads. And the views from anywhere in the park were great. As it is a large park, there is a lot of walking you can do including the nature walk. All together, it is roughly a mile around the outside of the park perimeter plus you have some additional walking space on the main road. If you have dogs, the walking options are excellent plus they have two dog parks with the one in the “newer” section is very large and both have grass covering them. We did not use the bath house but felt the cost of the laundry was a bit high. The utilities were good and had no issues. And be aware the WiFi is marginal at best (park was full most of the time we were there) and cellular was okay but this is clear on their website and materials plus you are in the wilderness. Unplug and enjoy! In terms of the staff, the office/store staff were always personal and professional when I had contact with them. The maintenance crew always greeted me with a wave or hello and hats off to the younger workers/students who were an outstanding addition. Would definitely recommend this park.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/09/2019

Great KOA just a couple of miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. The park is everything you want from an RV park in the mountains with the single exception of working WiFi. The sites are gravel and long. The majority of the big rig sites are pull through with cabin, small RV sites and tent sites scattered around the park. They have some of the nicest bathrooms and showers that I've experienced on the road. They have two pools with one for families and the second for adults along... Read More

Great KOA just a couple of miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. The park is everything you want from an RV park in the mountains with the single exception of working WiFi. The sites are gravel and long. The majority of the big rig sites are pull through with cabin, small RV sites and tent sites scattered around the park. They have some of the nicest bathrooms and showers that I've experienced on the road. They have two pools with one for families and the second for adults along with a full list of additional amenities. Ice cream shop, walking paths, horse shoes, basketball, etc. Spacings between sites was comfortable and each site had a table and fire pit. See our reviews at our blog.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 07/26/2017

1 of the nicest rv resorts you will ever find. Nicely landscaped sites. Great restaurant on site as well as an ice cream parlor. Staff was awesome. have stayed in 24 different campgrounds on this 7000 mile excursion and this one is far and above the best.

3 3 out of 5 stars 07/22/2016

This is a huge, expensive park. Some sites are very attractive and spacious, and some are seedy and too close. Your neighbor's fire ring is too close to your coach. They advertise wifi but when you check in they tell you it is limited to a few places, so basically worthless. No cable TV. They have lots of things for kids and even an adult pool. As is getting too typical, they have a long list of rules that nobody enforces. Their employees speed through the park raising dust. We would find... Read More

This is a huge, expensive park. Some sites are very attractive and spacious, and some are seedy and too close. Your neighbor's fire ring is too close to your coach. They advertise wifi but when you check in they tell you it is limited to a few places, so basically worthless. No cable TV. They have lots of things for kids and even an adult pool. As is getting too typical, they have a long list of rules that nobody enforces. Their employees speed through the park raising dust. We would find another park if we ever come this way again.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 07/21/2016

This is a very clean, large campground surrounded by mountains and woods. The sites, which are well manicured and level, range from basic tent sites to cabins to large deluxe pull-thru sites with a concrete patio, fire pit with benches, a large table, umbrella and six chairs and a large gas barbeque grill. The deluxe sites are also well landscaped with small bushes and trees. Amenities are plentiful and include a small snack bar which serves breakfast and dinner and an ice cream store. Utilities... Read More

This is a very clean, large campground surrounded by mountains and woods. The sites, which are well manicured and level, range from basic tent sites to cabins to large deluxe pull-thru sites with a concrete patio, fire pit with benches, a large table, umbrella and six chairs and a large gas barbeque grill. The deluxe sites are also well landscaped with small bushes and trees. Amenities are plentiful and include a small snack bar which serves breakfast and dinner and an ice cream store. Utilities were good with the exception of WiFi. I am a former IT professional and I found it unusable. I realize it is expensive to install and maintain good WiFi and I also realize you come to this area to sight-see but this is a very expensive resort type park and they should invest in a good system which can be used when needed especially on poor weather days and late evenings. This would be a five star park if their WiFi worked. We stayed in a Class A motorhome.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 08/15/2021

We stayed 15 nights at the West Glacier KOA and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it is a bit pricey but it is a beautiful park with great landscaping, a wide offering of amenities, and you can be in the Glacier National Park in less than 15 minutes! We liked it so much, we have already booked additional days in 2022. The front of the park near the office is where all the action is with the pools, playground, café and ice cream shop. But the rv sites are nicely separated from it so you don’t necessarily... Read More

We stayed 15 nights at the West Glacier KOA and thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it is a bit pricey but it is a beautiful park with great landscaping, a wide offering of amenities, and you can be in the Glacier National Park in less than 15 minutes! We liked it so much, we have already booked additional days in 2022. The front of the park near the office is where all the action is with the pools, playground, café and ice cream shop. But the rv sites are nicely separated from it so you don’t necessarily experience all of the noise. They had singers, fly fishing demonstrations and many things to engage a family. It is a large park with beautiful views with a more “mature” section with thicker landscaping between the sites and the “newer” section with more space and grass between the pads. And the views from anywhere in the park were great. As it is a large park, there is a lot of walking you can do including the nature walk. All together, it is roughly a mile around the outside of the park perimeter plus you have some additional walking space on the main road. If you have dogs, the walking options are excellent plus they have two dog parks with the one in the “newer” section is very large and both have grass covering them. We did not use the bath house but felt the cost of the laundry was a bit high. The utilities were good and had no issues. And be aware the WiFi is marginal at best (park was full most of the time we were there) and cellular was okay but this is clear on their website and materials plus you are in the wilderness. Unplug and enjoy! In terms of the staff, the office/store staff were always personal and professional when I had contact with them. The maintenance crew always greeted me with a wave or hello and hats off to the younger workers/students who were an outstanding addition. Would definitely recommend this park.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/09/2019

Great KOA just a couple of miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. The park is everything you want from an RV park in the mountains with the single exception of working WiFi. The sites are gravel and long. The majority of the big rig sites are pull through with cabin, small RV sites and tent sites scattered around the park. They have some of the nicest bathrooms and showers that I've experienced on the road. They have two pools with one for families and the second for adults along... Read More

Great KOA just a couple of miles from the entrance to Glacier National Park. The park is everything you want from an RV park in the mountains with the single exception of working WiFi. The sites are gravel and long. The majority of the big rig sites are pull through with cabin, small RV sites and tent sites scattered around the park. They have some of the nicest bathrooms and showers that I've experienced on the road. They have two pools with one for families and the second for adults along with a full list of additional amenities. Ice cream shop, walking paths, horse shoes, basketball, etc. Spacings between sites was comfortable and each site had a table and fire pit. See our reviews at our blog.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 07/26/2017

1 of the nicest rv resorts you will ever find. Nicely landscaped sites. Great restaurant on site as well as an ice cream parlor. Staff was awesome. have stayed in 24 different campgrounds on this 7000 mile excursion and this one is far and above the best.

3 3 out of 5 stars 07/22/2016

This is a huge, expensive park. Some sites are very attractive and spacious, and some are seedy and too close. Your neighbor's fire ring is too close to your coach. They advertise wifi but when you check in they tell you it is limited to a few places, so basically worthless. No cable TV. They have lots of things for kids and even an adult pool. As is getting too typical, they have a long list of rules that nobody enforces. Their employees speed through the park raising dust. We would find... Read More

This is a huge, expensive park. Some sites are very attractive and spacious, and some are seedy and too close. Your neighbor's fire ring is too close to your coach. They advertise wifi but when you check in they tell you it is limited to a few places, so basically worthless. No cable TV. They have lots of things for kids and even an adult pool. As is getting too typical, they have a long list of rules that nobody enforces. Their employees speed through the park raising dust. We would find another park if we ever come this way again.
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355 Halfmoon Flats Rd, West Glacier, MT 59936
Coordinates: 48.464740, -113.980810
Elevation: 3500

Directions
From Jct US 2 & Going to the Sun Hwy (W Glacier): Go 2-1/2 mi W on US 2 (MP 150) (L)

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