Avalanche Campground

Campground3,419 ftPet friendly - NoAccessibility - Yes48.67709, -113.81823

Avalanche Campground is located in western Glacier National Park, along Going-to-the-Sun Road. The campground is not far from Avalanche Creek and flanked by many mature cedar and hemlock trees. It offers one ADA-accessible site. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Coordinates: 48.678012, -113.818718

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How to get there?

You can drive to the campground via Going-to-the-Sun Road or hike from the Trail of the Cedars Nature Trailhead.

Note: The road segment between Avalanche and the Foot of St. Mary Lake is seasonal. You can check the current road conditions on the Road Status page.

Contact information (Address, phone, etc)

Headquarters of Glacier National Park

64 Grinnell Drive

Glacier National Park Headquarters

West Glacier, MT 59936

Phone Number: (406) 888-7800

TDD: (406) 888-7806

Email: glac_questions@nps.gov


The campground operates from June 18 through September 19.

Rules and Regulations
  • Pets are not permitted.
  • As campground payments are done at a self-serve kiosk, remember to bring cash! 
Additional Information
Facilities and Services

It features 87 sites, drinking water, and flush toilets. Site A33 is designated as ADA accessible. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Avalanche Creek Shuttle Stop sits next to the campground.

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