Update Regarding Glacier National Park


This summer Glacier National Park will be instituting a new ticketed entry system and we at Glacier Getaways wanted to make sure to provide you with the most up-to date information to our guest in planning your trip to Whitefish  & the Flathead Valley this summer. If you are planning to be traveling from West Glacier on the Going-to-the-Sun Road corridor between Glacier National Park’s West and St. Mary Entrances from May 27 to September 11, 2022, you will need to create a reservation in addition to a Park Pass. Entry reservation tickets can be secured at recreation.gov website. There will be two opportunities to reserve your ticket:

The ticketed entry system will help with traffic flow and congestion, creating a more enjoyable experience for everyone. Visitors entering the park at Many Glacier, Two Medicine, Polebridge, or along Highway 2 do not need an online entry reservation ticket. Access to these areas may be temporarily limited during times of peak visitation. Visitors with reservations for in-park lodging, camping, wilderness camping, boat rides, guided hikes, horseback rides, bus tours, or park shuttles along the Going-to-the-Sun Road do not need to reserve an online entry reservation ticket for the day of your reservation. An entry reservation ticket for the day is included in your service reservation. The included entry reservation applies only to the dates of your service reservation. Proof of a service reservation (e.g., lodging, tours, etc.) is required and will serve as your entry reservation ticket. For more information, visit the National Park Service website.

If you need assistance planning your summer Montana adventure, check out our Summer Activities Guide for a complete list  of recommendations for creating lasting memories during your stay. We hope this is helpful in planning your upcoming trip to Glacier, Whitefish, & the Flathead Valley. We hope to host you soon at one of our amazing properties!



Written by jamiefrank • April 6, 2021
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