Kintla Lake Campground (KLE)

Campground4,020 ftPet friendly - YesAccessibility - Yes48.93574, -114.34612
Kintla Lake Campground is a first-come, first-served front-country campground located in the most remote corner of the Glacier National Park. Because of its location, the campground is a great place to enjoy nature in peace and quiet.
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Polebridge, MT 59928

Coordinates: 48.935777, -114.346066

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How to get there?

Kintla Lake Campground is located near the Canadian border in the remote northwest area of the Glacier NP called the North Fork, about 40 miles from the West Entrance.

Note: the road to the campground is a bumpy gravel road and 4x4's are highly recommended!

Contact information (Address, phone, etc)

Phone: (406)888-7800

Email: glac_questions@nps.gov


The campground operates seasonally. You can check the current status of the campground on Front-country Campground Status page.

Rules and Regulations

The campground is first-come-first-served; a backcountry permit is not required.

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Facilities and Services

The campground features 10 campsites, a pit toilet, potable water, picnic tables, and a fire ring.

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