Leaning Tree Café
Mile Marker 32, Highway 464, Babb, 59411
(406) 338-5322
Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, diner-style.

Italian Garden Restaurant at the Swiftcurrent Motor Inn and Cabins
1256 Many Glacier Road, Babb, 59411
(406) 732-5531
This newly rebranded restaurant serves classic fare and local eats.

Two Sisters Café
3600 Highway 89, Babb, 59411
(406) 732-5535
The two sisters and Big John run an eclectic café, which is famous for its rainbow trout and bison steaks. Also offers a full bar.

Glacier Trailhead Cabins
40 Glacier Trailhead Road, Babb, 59417
(406) 732-4143
These log cabin rentals are located in a wooded setting off the highway with a full-service picnic shelter.

Many Glacier Hotel
36 Many Glacier Hotel Loop, Babb, 59411
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406) 732-5523 local number
This beautiful and legendary hotel was built with a Swiss influence to make guests feel as if they were visiting the Alps. With 215 rooms, the secluded hotel is the biggest in Glacier National Park.

Montana’s Duck Lake Lodge
3215 Duck Lake Road, Babb, 59411
(406) 338-5770
Lodging with private rooms and community showers are on the upper level of the sportsman’s lodge located on Duck Lake, known for the size of its fish. Amenities include a full-service restaurant and lounge.

Swiftcurrent Motor Inn and Cabins
1256 Many Glacier Road, Babb, 59411
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406) 732 5531 local number
You can’t get any closer to the heart of the park than these 95 rustic cabin and motor rooms just past Swiftcurrent Lake.


The 50’s Diner
(406) 338-2749
101 4th Avenue Southeast, Browning, 59147
The name is no misnomer. Step inside the modest establishment for a satisfying trip into the past.

Jackpot Restaurant and Lucky’s Lounge at Glacier Peaks Casino & Hotel
46 Museum Loop, Browning, 59417
(877) 238-9946
Offers homemade soups, burgers, lunch and dinner specials, and a Wednesday night prime rib special. Banquet and conference rooms also available.

Café at Johnson’s of St. Mary Campground & Cabins
21 Red Eagle Trail, Browning, 59417
(406) 732-4207
At Johnson’s Café, enjoy family-style breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Breakfast is typically eggs and meat with sides, lunch is a large soup and bread, and dinner is a meat entrée with sides.

Junction Café & Drive Inn
330 West Central Avenue, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2386
Classic, simple fare and diner food.

Nation’s Burger Station
205 Central Avenue, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2274
American fast food with a Native American touch.

136 Central Avenue West, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2030
The American fast food franchise sells submarine sandwiches and salads.

Taco John’s
232 Central Avenue West, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-4831
This Wyoming-based restaurant features Mexican-inspired fast food dubbed West-Mex.

Aspenwood Resort
980 Highway 89 West, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-3009
This scenic campground between Browning and St. Mary’s offers lodging, camping, RV hookups, and dining.

Going-To-The-Sun Inn & Suites
121 Central Ave E, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-7572
Stay in one of 15 comfortable, spacious rooms at this humble motel.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites at the Glacier Peaks Casino & Hotel
50 Museum Loop, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2400
Enjoy standard or luxurious accommodations, as well as amenities including a hot buffet breakfast, indoor swimming pool, fitness area, and a flexible meeting space for larger parties or events.

Johnson’s of St. Mary Campground & Cabins
21 Red Eagle Trail, Browning, 59417
(406) 732-4207
Free of phones and televisions, cottages are clean and perfectly relaxing. Facilities are available for horses.

Lodgepole Gallery & Tipi Village
245 Highway 89 West, Browning, MT 59417
(406) 338-2787
Just west of Browning, connect to the Tribal National culture by staying at a tipi camp, enjoying traditional Southern Blackfeet cuisine at the evening meal, and listening to traditional stories around the campfire. The village has been featured in “100 Greatest Trips” by Travel + Leisure.

Red Eagle Motel & Motel Park
23 Red Eagle Road, Browning, 59417
(406) 732-4453
Family owned and operated since 1967, this spot has many options, including motel rooms, cabins and the River House, which sleeps up to ten people.


Glacier Distilling
10237 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-9887
The Whiskey Barn offers tastings, tours, and handcrafted cocktails. Take home small-batch, hand-bottled whiskeys and other spirits.

Glacier Grill & Pizza
10126 Highway 2 East, Coram 59913
(406) 387-4223
Find delicious pizza and simple eats with large portions.

Packers Roost Bar
9640 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-9922
This bar is a favorite of locals and people who work as hiking, rafting, or fishing guides—it gets its name from the packers who lead groups on adventures in the wilderness.

Stonefly Lounge
10154 Highway 2 East Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5440
Find the liveliest nightlife at this good-times bar in the Canyon.

The Trap Line Café and Grill
10049 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5997
This local favorite is known for hearty breakfasts and huckleberry pancakes.

Evergreen Motel
10159 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5365
This motel offers clean and simple accommodations.

Glacier General Store and Cabins
10630 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 871-3746
The general store is a one-stop shop with jewelry, huckleberry goods, photography, and more. The cabins are convenient and welcoming.

Glacier Under Canvas
101 Under Canvas Road, Coram, 59913
(406) 552-4195
Sleep both under the stars and in the lap of luxury in a tree house, cabin, tipi, or deluxe canvas tent.

Sundance RV Park and Campground
10505 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5016
This no-frills, no-nonsense but warm and welcoming RV park also offers tent camping.

Wild Rose Bed and Breakfast
10280 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-4441
Find a classic B&B experience here.


Bison Creek Ranch Café
20722 Highway 2 West, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4482
Enjoy cozy dining at a family restaurant.

Firebrand Food & Ale
20629 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9374
Local beer and spicy wings at a local, no-frills establishment.

The Great Northern Dining Room at Glacier Park Lodge
499 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-5600
This complete dining experience features familiar comfort foods with an upscale Montana flair.

Luna’s Restaurant
1112 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 270-2493
The purveyors of good food and merriment, this cozy spot is known for its specialty buffalo burgers, biscuits and gravy, and Huckleberry pie.

Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant
29 Dawson Avenue, East Glacier Park, 59343
(406) 226-9392
This popular restaurant serves classic southwestern fare and refreshing margaritas.

Summit Mountain Lodge & Steakhouse
16900 Highway 2 West Marias Pass, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9319
Located at the foot of the Great Northern Railway and Glacier National Park, this steakhouse offers locally sourced food made in-house and prepared daily.

Trailhead Saloon
300 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4497
This full bar with a good beer selection is a local favorite.

Two Medicine Grill
314 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9227
This authentic, quaint café serves homemade comfort food. Locals and visitors call it a favorite.

Whistle Stop Restaurant
1024 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9292
Decadent French toast and mouth-watering ribs are just two of this restaurant’s hearty offerings. Also stop into the bakery and deli for bread, treats, or lunches to take on adventures.

Backpacker’s Inn
29 Dawson Avenue, East Glacier Park, 59343
(406) 226-9392
Located in Serrano’s Mexican Restaurant’s backyard, these cabins are inexpensive and perfect for hikers.

Bison Creek Ranch Bead & Breakfast
20722 Highway 2 West, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4482
This B&B offers cabin rentals, horseback riding, and cattle drives.

Brownie’s Hostel
1020 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4426
Rustic, affordable, and quaint, this hostel is full of character.

The Brown House
402 Washington Street, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9385
This specialty lodging spot also doubles as an art gallery and a museum.

Circle R Motel
204 Highway 2 East, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9331
Six cabins sit just less than a mile from the new building, which houses motel rooms. Or take advantage of a full RV hookup.

Dancing Bears Inn
40 Montana Avenue, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4402
Choose from a handful of unique cabins or standard, clean hotel rooms.

East Glacier Motel & Cabins
1107 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-5593
This establishment is made up of little quaint cabins lined up in a row.

Glacier Park Lodge
499 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434, United States
(406) 892-2525 for booking
(406) 226-5600 local number
This beautiful historic lodge is the most popular place for high-end accommodations on this side of the park.

Lone Elk Lodge
20631 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9285
Fully furnished condominiums sleep larger parties easily.

Jacobson’s Cottages
1204 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4422
Quaint, secluded cottages are cute and clean.

Mountain Pine Motel
909 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4403
Owned by a small family, this motel is quiet, rustic, and convenient.

Rising Sun Motor Inn and Cabins
Going-To-The-Sun Rd, East Glacier Park, 59434
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406) 732 5523 local number
This inn is along the main thruway that cuts across Glacier Park and right near the shores of Saint Mary Lake.

Sears Motel and Campground
1023 Highway 49, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4432
Clean, comfortable rooms with a gift shop and a Dollar Rent A Car office in-house.

Summit Mountain Lodge & Steakhouse
16900 Highway 2 West Marias Pass, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9319
Single unit, double unit, and family cabins are spacious and homey.

Travelers Rest Lodge
20987 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-9143
Choose between lodging in the rustic guest cabins or the Big Red Barn, with an upstairs suite that has its own entrance.

Whistling Swan Motel
512 Highway 2, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4412
This hotel offers cozy rooms.

Y Lazy R RV Park
Meade Street, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-5505
Park anywhere across three acres of beautiful country.


Bear Creek Ranch
15750 Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
(406) 226-4489
Cabin rentals, bed and breakfast, and horseback riding

The Dining Car at Izaak Walton Inn
290 Izaak Walton Inn Rd. Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5700
The culinary team offers local, seasonal dishes in a comfortable atmosphere for Inn guests, locals, and other visitors.

Glacier Meadow RV Park
15666 Highway 2, Essex, 59916
(406) 226-4479
Small but quaint sites are quiet.

The Healthy Haven Café at the Glacier Haven Inn
14305 Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5720
The café provides sack lunches for those venturing into the park, in addition to a breakfast buffet and home-style dinner. Vegan and gluten-free options.

Glacier Haven Inn
14305 Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5720
This inn provides clean motel-style unit cabins and vacation cabins.

Glacier Haven RV and Campground
14297 Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
(406) 888-9987
The campus also has full hookup RV and campground facilities.

Glacier Wilderness Resort
13400 US Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5664
Ten cabins that can accommodate up to six people each have a private hot tub, deck, and charcoal grill. Rentals are also available for rent.

The Half-Way Motel
14840 US Highway 2 East, Essex, 59916
Owned by the same folks that run the Izaak Walton Inn, the motel offers standard traveling rooms.

Izaak Walton Inn
290 Izaak Walton Inn Road Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5700
This retreat specializes in outdoor adventure and relaxation. Stay in the main lodge or an authentic, luxury caboose car, a nod to the nearby historic Great Northern railway.

Stanton Creek Lodge
13951 Highway 2 East, Pinnacle, 59916
(406) 888-5040
This establishment has modern cabins and full RV facilities. There is also a bar and restaurant on site.

Snow Slip Inn
15644 Highway 2 E, Essex, 59916
(406) 226-4400
Stay at the clean, no-frills six-room motel or camp at one of the 12 campsites. Eat home-style dishes at the café and enjoy the historic bar.


Carolyn’s Cafe
8930 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-4153
This restaurant offers generous portions and meals with rich ingredients in a humble setting.

Dam Town Tavern
41 Hungry Horse Boulevard, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-5152
This bar feels just like the neighborhood stop in your hometown with some extra Montana spirit.

Elkhorn Grill
105 Hungry Horse Boulevard, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-4030
Enjoy diner-style meals at this spot.

The Huckleberry Patch
8868 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(800) 387-5000
Since 1949, Montana’s oldest huckleberry cannery has produced quality, made-from-scratch product in-house. The shelves stock more Montana and huckleberry-themed gifts than you can imagine.

Puppala’s Pizza
8942 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 897-3008
This pizza truck offers fast and easy service.

Southfork Saloon
225 Central Avenue, Martin City, 59926
(406) 387-9971
This local watering hole offers drinks, music, pool, shuffleboard, and more.

Willows Huck Land
(406) 270-8677
8730 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
A favorite with tourists, find ice cream, frozen yogurt, and other treats here.

Crooked Tree Motel & RV Park
8688 Highway 2, Hungry Horse 59919
(406) 387-5531
These well-kept cabins are spacious but feel cozy.

Glacier Bed & Breakfast
220 Beta Road, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387- 4153
Contemporary rooms, hearty Montana-style breakfast, and lodge style. Choose between the Jacuzzi room, the kind room, or the Moose, Bear, and Elk cabins.

Historic Tamarack Lodge and Cabins
9549 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-4420
The Main Lodge is a picture of rustic charm, as are the various cabins of different sides. Saloon on site.

Hungry Horse Motel
8818 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
Find classic Hungry Horse lodging here.

Mini Golden Inns Motel
8955 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-4313
Comfortable, standard motel accommodations.

Mountain Meadow RV Park and Cabins
9125 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-9125
Find 56 isolated RV sites, stocked trout pounds, four wooded cabins, and riverside gardens across 33 secluded acres.

Timber Wolf Resort
9105 Highway 2 East, Hungry Horse, 59919
(406) 387-9653
This wooded, 20-acre site offers tent camping, RV campsites, and rentals of cabins of different sizes.


The Northern Lights Saloon & Café
255 Polebridge Loop, Polebridge, 59928
(406) 888-9963
This institution serves local craft beers and homemade classics like elk burgers and huckleberry pie. It also has an outdoors venue for summer music shows.

Polebridge Mercantile
265 Polebridge Loop, Polebridge, 59928
(406) 888-5105
The bakery at the Polebridge Mercantile offers fresh, pastries that have been recognized by The Atlantic Magazine. The “Merc” also sells apparel, gifts, and groceries.

North Fork Hostel & Inn
80 Beaver Drive, Polebridge, 59928
(406) 888-5241
This off-the-grid hostel has rooms in dorms, cabins, a chalet, and more. There are also camping sites and two tipis for rent.

Polebridge Mercantile Cabins
265 Polebridge Loop, Polebridge, 59928
(406) 888-5105
With outhouses and no running water, the four historic cabins at the Polebridge site are rustic.

Polebridge Ranch Cabins
8855 North Fork Road, Polebridge, 59928
(406) 662-1552
Some of these secluded cabins are rustic and others offer full amenities.


Kip’s Beer Garden
3143 Highway 89, Saint Mary, 59417
(406) 270-5644
This bar has pool and billiards, karaoke, a grill, and live music.

Snowgoose Grille at St. Mary Lodge and Resort
3 Going-To-The-Sun Road, Saint Mary, 59417
(406) 732-4431
Enjoy views of the national park, and American cuisine, including the “Taste of Montana” special at this restaurant located at the St. Mary Lodge & Resort.

St. Mary Lodge & Resort
3 Going-to-the-Sun Road, Saint Mary, 59147
1 (844) 868-7474 for booking
(406) 732-4431 local number
The largest hotel in St. Mary, take your pick from the Great Bear Lodge, with modern, upscale rooms; historic Glacier cabins built in the 1930s; the East or West Motel, or the Main Lodge.

St. Mary/ East Glacier Campground and Lodges
106 West Shore Drive, Saint Mary, 59417
(406) 599-9285
Choose from four luxury options: Glacier Cottages that accommodate 6-12 people, the exclusive Pinnacle Cottage, deluxe KOA Cabins, or a “glamping” tent. All options feel authentically rustic yet cozy. KOA site amenities include a snack bar, pavilion, firepits, pool, and tour shuttle.


The Belton Grill Dining Room and Taproom
12575 Highway2 E, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5000
The intimate, fine dining experience features Montana fare.

Eddie’s Café & Mercantile
236 Apgar Loop Road, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5361
Find an ice cream shoppe and classic diner dishes at this restaurant in Apgar Village inside Glacier National Park.

Glacier Highland Resort Restaurant
12555 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5427
This home-style restaurant is known for its huckleberry pie and pancakes, as well as its juicy burgers and other traditional eats.

Lake McDonald Lodge
288 Lake McDonald Lodge Loop Road, Lake McDonald, 59921
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406) 888-5431 ext. 23
There are many dining options between Jammer Joe’s Grill & Pizzeria, Lucke’s Lounge, and Russell’s Fireside Dining Room, ranging widely in budget and cuisine.

Apgar Village Lodge & Cabins
Going to the Sun Road, West Glacier, 59936
1 (844) 868-7474 for booking
(406) 888-5484 local number
Find 28 rustic cabins and 20 motel rooms amid old growth cedars by the southern end of Lake McDonald.

Belton Chalet
12575 Highway E, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5000
Accommodations at this historic chalet range from standard rooms to private cottages, and amenities include a spa and banquet facility.

Glacier Guides Lodge
120 Highline Boulevard, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 387-5555
Choose between the classic-styled lodge and three-bedroom guest house at Glacier Guides. Organize rafting, hiking, or fishing trips with in-house guides.

Glacier Highland Resort
12555 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5427
Western-styled rooms and rustic lodging is complimented with a gift shop/general store, restaurant, and gas station.

Glacier Outdoor Center
12400 Highway 2, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5454
These comfortable, modern rental cabins are a good base camp for active pursuits. Standard and deluxe cabins available.

Great Northern Resort
12127 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 387-5340
These log cabins are styled like classic chalets with luxury amenities. Take advantage of the in-house outfitting to explore the park via river and trail.

Lake Five Resort
540 Belton Stage Road, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 387-5601
Seven lakefront cabins, and five secluded cabins compliment 50 RV sites. There are many on-site activities including canoe rentals.

Lake McDonald Lodge
288 Lake McDonald Lodge Loop Road, Lake McDonald, 59921
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406 888-5431 ext. 23 local number
10 miles inside the park’s west entrance, find modest accommodations in cabins, the renovated luxury Cobb House, the dormitory-style Snyder Hall, or at the classic Swiss style chalet. The lodge also offers a variety of dining options and recreational opportunities.

Motel Lake McDonald
288 Lake McDonald Loop, West Glacier, 59936
1 (844) 868-7474 for booking
(406) 888-5100 local number
Tucked along the shores of Lake McDonald inside the national park, this is a modest waterside motel.

San-Suz-Ed TV Park, Campground, and Bed & Breakfast
11505 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 387-5280
The year-round bed & breakfast and mobile home sites compliment seasonal camping sites, all perfect for caravans and reunions. Gather around the nightly group campfire, and enjoy a breakfast menu that features waffles, hotcakes, and huckleberry toppings.

Silverwolf Log Chalet Resort
160 Gladys Glen, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 387-4448
Ten custom-built, unique, and deluxe private cabins on-site cater to adult couples.

Village Inn at Apgar
1039 Going-to-the-Sun Road, Lake McDonald, 59921
(855) 733-4522 for booking
(406) 888-5632 local number
Choose between one and two bedroom units, some of which have full kitchens. The rustic inn is inside the park on the shore of Lake McDonald.

Vista Motel
12340 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, 59936
(406) 888-5311
Stay in comfortable, simple motel rooms or a cabin.

West Glacier Motel & Cabins
200 Going To the Sun Road, West Glacier, 599367
1 (844) 868-7474
Rustic in style, these motel rooms and cabins feature modern amenities.


Glacier Park Boat Company
(406) 257-2426
This historic, family-owned company was founded in 1938 and offers a host of rental and tour options on the lakes of Glacier National park.

Waterton Shoreline Cruise Co.
(403) 859-2362
The only cruise line crossing international waters from Glacier National Park to Waterton Lakes National Park. Optional hikes, weddings, and private cruises are also available.

Glacier Outfitters
(406) 219-7466
Glacier National Park’s outdoors shop, tour booking resource, and most comprehensive rental suite.


Glacier Sun Tours
(406) 732-9220
Tours on a 25-passenger, large window, air conditioned bus incorporate the Blackfeet perspective, history, and philosophy. Tours depart daily from East Glacier, Browning, St. Mary, and West Glacier.

Red Bus Tours
(855) 733-4522
Drive through Glacier National Park with a knowledgeable guide in the classic, vintage 1930 buses. Rollback tops allow for full views.


Wild Trout Adventures
(406) 837-3838
Fly fishing trips for all levels on the Flathead and Swan Rivers with Mac Vinnedge.


Glacier Heli Tours
(406) 387-4141
One-hour tours with up to six passengers.

Kruger Helicon-Tours
(406) 387-4565
This scenic hell tour outfit offers half hour and full hour tours for the full sightseeing experience.


Swan Mountain Outfitters
(406) 387-4405
With corrals at Apgar, Lake McDonald, Many Glacier, and West Glacier, Swan Mountain is the exclusive provider of horseback rides in Glacier National Park. Trips range from one-hour to multi-day excursions. Combination saddle-paddle packages are available in collaboration with all four rafting outfitters.


Glacier Guides Inc. and Montana Raft Co.
(800) 521-7238
Founded in 1983, Glacier Guides provides ecologically sensitive backcountry guiding and interpretation in Glacier National Park. Book a half, full, or multi-day guided whitewater rafting or family-geared trips. Add on a day hike or backpacking trip. Fly-fishing trips are also available.

Glacier Raft Company
(406) 888-5454
The longest running rafting company in Montana offers whitewater rafting trips and family trips, as well as kayak and sport raft trips.

Wild River Adventures
(406) 387-9453
Two decades of providing comfortable, quality whitewater rafting and scenic float trips in Glacier National Park. Fly-fishing trips are also available, and beginning fisherman can enroll in fly-fishing school.

Great Northern Whitewater Raft & Resort
(406) 387-5340
This resort has an in-house whitewater rafting and scenic float outfitter. Trips have an emphasis on food and atmosphere. Rentals are also available, as are many instructional classes for recreationalists of all levels.


Amazing Fun Center
10265 US Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5902
Thriller bumper boats with electric squirt guns, 18-hole miniature golf, bankshot basketball, and the 1.2 mile-long Glacier Maze

Big Sky Waterpark
7211 Highway 2 East, Columbia Falls, 59912
(406) 892-5025
This park claims the title of Montana’s Largest Waterpark. Enjoy ten water slides, a whirl pool, kid’s activity pool, mini golf, bumper cars, and more.

Glacier Gateway Trailrides
Blackfeet Reservation, East Glacier Park, 59434
(406) 226-4408
Local guides lead one-hour to full day trips into the heart of Native American lands.

Glacier Highline
10167 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 387-5007
The Aerial Adventure Park offers 47 treetop activities, a 200-foot zip line, high and low ropes course, and a climbing wall.

Glacier Park Ridge Runners
10159 Highway 2 East, Coram, 59913
(406) 407-1042
ATV/UTV rentals.

Glacier Peaks Casino
46 Museum Loop, Browning, 59417
(877) 338-2274
This casino houses more than 300 slot and video poker machines. Play Texas Hold’em, Omaga Hi/Lo, 7 Card, Tahoe, and Super Hold’em in Ace’s High Poker Room. Bingo every Wednesday through Friday night.

Hungry Horse Dam and Reservoir
(406) 758-5208
At 564 feet high, this is one of the largest concrete arch dams in the United States. A visitor center features an exhibit on the construction, history, and purpose of the dam.

Izaak Walton Inn
290 Izaak Walton Inn Rd. Essex, 59916
(406) 888-5700
The Inn offers guided ski, Nordic, and snowshoe tours to guests and visitors. Many summer day hikes also depart from the lodge.

Lodgepole Gallery & Tipi Village
245 Highway 89 West, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2787
Experience a taste of Southern Blackfeet history and life with tours to buffalo jump sites, pow wows, Native American art, and more. Fish for trout with a licensed Blackfeet guide.

Montana Vortex and House of Mystery
(406) 892-1210
7800 Highway 2 East, Columbia Falls, 59912
Visitors who pass through the “portal” report feeling the power of a gravitational anomaly, entering a reality where physics are skewed. Guided tours are available.

Museum of the Plains Indian
19 Museum Loop, Browning, 59417
(406) 338-2230
The permanent exhibit features the historic art of the tribal peoples of the Northern Plains, and two special galleries showcases the creative works of other Native American artists.