This campground is right outside the Two Medicine entrance to Glacier National Park, just as you turn off of Highway 49 onto Two Medicine Rd. It is operated by members of the Blackfeet Tribe on their ancestral land and the hosts were friendly and welcoming. When we stayed there, all the campgrounds in the park were overflowing and there were long lines at 6:30 am for first-come sites, but this campground was basically empty. We found ourselves a lovely site next to a creek that flows into the Two Medicine Reservoir, it was quiet and peaceful and just isolated enough to feel private without feeling dangerous. The site was pretty well maintained, although there was some broken glass to be aware of. The portapotties were clean and well maintained, and while there appeared to be only one spot for water, it too was clean and tasted great. While we didn't see any wildlife while we were there, (old) bear scat was near our site. It is bear country, after all, so make sure to keep your food in your car and only burn wood in the firepits (if burning is allowed.) This was by far the best campground both in and out of the park that we found near Glacier.