Glacier National Park offers mountain majesty beyond imagination. Along with the glaciers, for which the park is named, all the other amenities of mountain life are abundantly present. Grizzly bears and a host of other wildlife reside here with little fear of humans. Moving downstream into the valleys toward civilization, the contrast cannot be ignored. Man-made reservoirs still present scenic views, with wildlife adjusting to a coexistence of sorts. Modern conveniences tend to take the primitive aspect out of some spots, but the wilderness is only a short distance away.
This eTrail contains detailed descriptions of the following campgrounds: Flathead Lake State Park: Wayfarers, West Shore, Big Arm, Yellow Bay, and Finley Point; Lake Mary Ronan State Park, Lost Johnny Camp, Lost Johnny Point, Lid Creek, Handkerchief Lake, Emery Bay, Murray Bay, Spotted Bear, Glacier National Park: Apgar, Fish Creek, Quartz Creek, Logging Creek, Bowman Lake, Kintla Lake, Sprague Creek, Avalanche, Two Medicine, Cutbank, St. Mary Lake, Rising Sun, and Many Glacier; Devil Creek, Summit, Whitefish Lake State Park, and Tally Lake.
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