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Midweek is good. Like 5 other campers there. I stayed in spot 12, awesome. There’s I think one bathroom. There are bear bins for your food if you don’t have the right kind of storage plus of course bear proof garbage and a pump water source. It’s fairly buggy and after a morning thunderstorm they…
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Went in mid June 2019 best trip ever.
We stayed here while Visiting glacier NP. The sites are very close together but still very nice. It’s tough turns for bigger rigs though. We had a pull through spot.
The office and facilities are clean and well kept. We stayed in 2019.
Bathrooms are locked and private. Nice showers. WiFi…
Running water, clean bathrooms, and amazing scenery in the forest with decent privacy for how many sites it has
Really excellent location right inside Glacier National Park limits and walking distance to Lake McDonald. I had very limited cell phone service with Verizon at the campground but I had 4G at the lake. The sites were spacious enough. Most sites had a semi circle type parking so easy to get in and…
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What's better than camping in a National Park? Camping with friends/family in a National Park! Apgar Group camp is in a great location and allows people to camp together vs the dreaded task of trying to find multiple sites close together. This is a great rustic campground.
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There's something special about camping inside the park instead of a crammed RV park miles away! This campground was rustic and exactly what I love. The sites are small, but most are spaced apart just enough so that you are not on top of your neighbor. Easy access to Lake McDonald and the Apgar…
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Whether you’ve arrived on foot, by car or by rail, Apgar places you in an excellent position to take advantage of what Glacier has to offer. This is particularly true for first time visitors, and those seeking to avail themselves of regular access to park amenities, which are predominantly…
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Lake mountains means live love ☺️
The road up is rough but it’s worth it. We had two individuals with travel trailers and a truck camper. We sent the guy with the truck camper ahead to scope it out because we got nervous. However, when we got up there, it was absolutely gorgeous! There’s about 5-6 actual spots, but we used the…
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We stayed here in June 2019 while on a motorcycle trip. The area is a large open spot, known to the locals, down by the river. There are no facilities, but if that is what you are looking for, its a perfect spot. We only had one other camper (in a car) and it was very clean.
Spent 3 nights here. Was awesome to sleep right next to the river. It has 2 pit bathroom whichwas a bonus. Took the back way into Glacier and was convenient especially when the front gate was on lockdown. Highly recommend
I’m not familiar with communes. But hippies are quite common where we are from. This place had the vibe of people just out there living in the outdoors. Locals and travelers alike. All very friendly. Not too loud. It is not regulated here by any means and you can camp anywhere. People seem to give…
They reopened just one loop (B) for primitive camping on the day we arrived. So the dump station was closed as were some of the toilet facilities. Vault toilets were still available.
We saw wolves stroll through the first evening we were there.
Camps were spaced okay, but nothing secluded. I…
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All reviews here are accurate. Last stretch of dirt road down to the river is a doozy, go super slow... cell service was fine. Loads of people. Clean up after yourself. Super close to west entrance of Glacier. Wish we could have stayed longer!!