Glacier National Park was our pick of the #1 best place to camp with an RV.
We've written so much about the park - a good place to start is our Glacier National Park Guide: https://trekkn.co/glacier-national-park-guide/
1099 Fish Creek Campground Rd, West Glacier, MT 59936, USA
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If you really want to focus on location and are less concerned with amenities and services? Maybe some “dry camping” (no hookups) at Fish Creek Campground inside the park will be the perfect option for you. This is the second largest campground in the park, and one of only four that takes reservations, but it will have you away from much of the traffic and hustle-bustle of the park.
Here’s a quick rundown of what this prime location campground offers:
Open May 29 – Sep 6
Second largest campground in the park
Elevation: approx. 3,500 ft
178 total campsites (not all will accommodate an RV)
No sewer, water or electricity at the sites
Portable water station and dump station available
Flush toilets and sinks with running water on site
Heavily shaded area (great for summer months)
It costs $23 per night! (Additional people are extra.) You will have to book early in order to secure a spot!
To read more about the campground and about Glacier National Park, head to our website: https://trekkn.co/glacier-national-park-guide/
If dry camping (boondocking) is more your thing and you would really like to be as close to the action as possible, you absolutely must consider a spot in the Apgar Campground, a National Park Service campground right on the shores of Lake McDonald. No hook-ups available here, but location to die for!