Before the Going-to-the-Sun Road opened for vehicle traffic, Two Medicine was an extremely popular destination for visitors. Still holding it's majestic beauty, Two Medicine is now a quiet and peaceful location in Glacier National Park, located approximately 13 miles from East Glacier. Sites are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Sites within the campground at Two Medicine are generally shaded by trees, and offer some privacy from other campers. Potable water is accessible in the campground, and restroom facilities are equipped with flush toilets and sinks with running water. Be sure to join a ranger for nightly evening programs at the amphitheater within the campground. Please see ranger guided activity schedule for more information.
Located on the shore of Two Medicine Lake stands what used to be the Two Medicine Chalet built by the Great Northern Railway. It now serves as a camp store and gift shop, and is a registered historic landmark. Shuttle service, boat tours, and Red Bus tours can be found at Two Medicine. There are numerous day hiking opportunities available, including a handicap accessible trail to Running Eagle Falls. Wildlife enthusiasts will want to have their binoculars handy in Two Medicine.
Sites are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Primitive camping is available from 9/22 - 10/31 or until closed by weather conditions. The fee for primitive camping is $10.00 per night. During primitive camping season there is no water available and campers are advised to bring their own drinking water.
99 sites available with 13 sites that can accommodate 32 foot RV or truck and trailer combination.
Please limit your stay to 7 days.
A nightly camping fee is required.
Special regulations regarding food storage and generator use in effect.