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Glendale Colony, Montana

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7 Reviews of 2 Glendale Colony, Montana Campgrounds

Reviewed May. 12, 2021

Clean Quiet Safe Friendly

Pulled in late evening twilight. Nestled in a hill pocket. Unassuming looks but what matters is the vibe and amenities for the price. New owners. Sites are tidy. Full and partial hookups. Sewer dump. Shining star is the bathroom and shower house. Clean. Updated and hot hot water if you like a nice…

Month of VisitJune
Reviewed May. 17, 2019

Knowledgeable owner saved my Bacon

The owners are wonderful people. He is a wealth of knowledge and willing to share.

Listen to him. He saved us from taking things to Canada that we shouldn't take but

were going to. The border patrol WILL search your motor home. They know all the

hiding places. We got searched for over an hour.…

Month of VisitJuly
Ken W.
Reviewed Nov. 13, 2018

Nice place

Great places to swim RV 10 count easy axis to glacier

  • Just off the doc
  • Great swimming
  • Just off the doc
Month of VisitAugust
Nevin C.
Reviewed Aug. 27, 2018

Dirty and Pricey.

$25 for a tent site. Tents are thrown behind the main office directly in the beam of a security light that stays on all night. The picnic are covered in bird poop. They do have showers and they were clean and comfortable. Close to the highway so traffic noise slowed down around 10pm. Not our…

Julia B.
Reviewed Aug. 21, 2018

large, full facilities, reasonable price compared to nearby options

Very personable and friendly folks at the front desk. Compared to campgrounds in the national park, the price is reasonable. Plus, the fees benefit the indigenous community who owns the land. Not very private, but a quiet spot, easy to drive in and set up, full facilities (though showers are in…

Month of VisitSeptember
Matthew J.
Reviewed Aug. 2, 2018

Pretty terrible

Don’t even try to use the showers, you may catch something. The spots are all exposed. It is beside a highway. Try and go somewhere else. You don’t stay in those tipis. It is on Blackfoot land, so fishing costs additional to the tribe.

Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Jun. 13, 2018

Last Campground before Canada

Sparse but easy access and easy parking. Full hookups, showers(wear flip flops), WiFi in building. Stopped before crossing into Canada on our way to Alaska. This is a barebones campground but not much in this area and we wanted to plug in before heading north. Lots of prairie dogs and bunnies to…

Month of VisitJune

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