Montana’s Most Unique Camping Spot is a Hidden Treasure
With temperatures finally beginning to warm up in Montana, many people have already started making summer plans to explore all that the state has to offer.
Montana is a great state for camping. It's full of mountains, rivers, lakes, and scenery unlike any other place in the world. If you want to plan a camping trip in Montana, it is a good idea to make plans in advance. A lot of campgrounds in Montana require a reservation and get booked up fast each year.
Our friend Michelle Heart at 107.9 Lite FM in Boise, Idaho recently wrote an article about the most unique camping spot in Idaho, so we decided to find out where Montana's most unique camping spot is.
Love Explore recently released a list of the most unique camping spot in every state. We're not surprised at the camping spot picked in Montana. It is in one of the most beautiful places in the state.
Fish Creek Campground, located in Glacier National Park was picked as Montana's most unique camping spot. Reservations at Fish Creek generally fill up fast. The campground is located on the west side of GNP along the banks of Lake McDonald.
Fish Creek Campground is the second largest campground in Glacier National Park, and one of four campgrounds that take reservations. You can reserve one of the 178 campsites at Fish Creek Campground at recreation.gov. The campsites are relatively spread apart and provide privacy for both RV and tent campers. Potable water is available at the campground. Restroom facilities have flush toilets and sinks with running water.
To learn more about Fish Creek Campground, click here.