Krissy P.
Sarasota, FL
Joined July 2018
Currently traveling the country in our DIY built camper van.
Nice stop along the way

This campsite worked out well for our stop between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone. It is in the dry part of Montana so each site is exposed to one another. The campground host is very particular. A group accidently set up camp in the day use area and we were in the spot right next to it. They were forced to move so instead of making them take their huge tent apart, we let them slide it down and share our site. The bathrooms are a vault toliet and well maintained. A few spots are right on the river and we we're able to watch people canoeing and fishing past us.

Everything you would need

At Colter bay campground they have a laundromat, showers, grocery store, coffee stand, and gift shop. We were able to use our active military ID for a discount at the campsite. There are large number of sites and you are assigned a spot as you pull up to the gate. Lots of foliage around each campsite and a quick walk to view the Teton mountain range.

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Best Campground Host

We loved meeting Glenda the host. We traded beers and traveling advice. The campground is right off the mountain road but the sites are tucked back and private. We stayed in one of the back sites by the river. There was even a little open field space at the back of the campground that we were able to play fetch in with our dog. The bathroom was a vault toilet and well maintained. Only a few spots but we showed up late afternoon and there were a few available. Close to Jackson and a good place to stay for a very reasonable price. Just load up on that mosquito repellent.

Clean and Friendly

Apgar is a large campsite right next to the Apgar village and Lake McDonald. We spent the day at the lake and enjoyed a nice dinner at the campsite. Bathrooms were clean with flush toilets and waste stations. Reasonably priced. Find a site before the evening as all of the campsites at Glacier fill up quickly.

Gorgeous View of Flathead Lake

We stayed overnight at Wayfarers State Park in our campervan and we enjoyed every minute. Our campsite was a 2 min walk from the lake where we enjoyed playing with our dog and watching the sunset. Dogs must be on a leash in the park but can be off leash in the lake. She loved playing fetch in the water with the sticks she found. The bathrooms were very clean and we were able to shower with the quarter showers. In the afternoon we strung up hammocks at our campsite and enjoyed the peaceful atmosphere. A quick drive down the road was The Raven restaurant where we enjoyed a great meal and incredible view. We would definitely stay here again.