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Glacier Under Canvas
Glacier National Park, United StatesEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Glacier Under Canvas
Luxury tents and modern rustic lodges are scattered in a bucolic setting at the gateway to Glacier Park.
Seven miles from one of America's most spectacular national parks, luxury camping (known as glamping) is new on the scene. Sprinkled among pine trees a series of tents and rough-luxe cabins are framed by Montana's vibrant wilderness. Eliminating the idea of roughing it in the outdoors, the camp still provides a genuine outdoor experience. After a day of exhilarating activities (many of which the camp staff will gladly plan for you) such as trail riding, and hiking or biking on Glacier's paths, retreat to stylishly furnished tents where special touches like rugs and throws add warmth and comfort. No outhouses here - cross our hearts. Only a couple of steps from the Safari tents, individual private bathrooms are set out with hot running, flushing toilets, showers and even complimentary spa products.
Planning a day in the park? No need to worry about lunch. Pre-order a picnic basket at camp filled with sandwiches, fruit and bottled water. ($12.50 per person)
Give the kids a genuine home-on-the-range experience and have a separate tipi set up for them right next to your own tent.
Arrive at Glacier Park International Airport in Kalispell (FCA) which is approximately 17 miles from the camp. Anticipate about 25 minutes of travel time.10780 Highway 2 East, Coram, Montana, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Hiking Excursions
- Guided Tours
- Horseback Riding
- Individual Tents
- Wood-burning Stoves
- Bed Linens
- Full-service Bathrooms (some)
- Dining nearby
- Picnic Lunches
- Rates rates for two people. 1 child may share the Safari Tent and Deluxe Tent, up to two children may share the Suite. Surcharge of $25 per child per night applies
Why We Love Glacier National Park
Shared by Canada and the United States the park preserves one million acres of forested glacial-carved valleys, crystal clear lakes and awe-inspiring mountain ranges interspersed with 740 miles of cliff-strewn hiking paths.
227 1st Street West, Kalispell.
Where to Drink: Laid-back Montana Club Bar staff mixes generously portioned signature cocktails. Customize your drink Montana-style with a potent huckleberry-derived spirit like Huckleberry 360 vodka or a fresh berry topping. Drinks for two $20.
1301 South Main, Kalispell.
Best Scenic Drive: Ascend twisty Going to the Sun Road worry-free in a historic Red Jammer tour bus. The fire engine red well-padded coaches originated in 1930 and safely transport you along 50 miles of epic scenery dotted with waterfalls, mountaintops and crevices.
Tours from $40 per person.
Outdoor Excursion: No trip to Big Sky Country is complete without getting in a horse saddle and experiencing the wild beauty of alpine flower-covered meadows, gently meandering streams and high mountain passes. Camp staff can arrange a bespoke itinerary suited to your interests and aptitude level.
Why Go Now
July 18 - 20, 2014
Arts in the Park Festival
The region's largest and longest running arts and entertainment fair organized by the Hockaday Museum.
Depot Park, Kalispell.
July 19, 2014
Glacier Rod Run
Owners parade their hot rods down the main boulevard in order to raise money for a good cause.
August 9, 2014
5th Annual Taste of Kalispell
Food booths showcasing a number of local restaurants accompanied by live open-air music.
The Big Lawn of the Museum at Central School, 124 Second Avenue East, Kalispell.