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A fantastic campsite in quite possibly the best area in GNP. While long lines plague the St. Mary and West Glacier Entrances on Going to The Sun, the Two Medicine area serves as a refuge for those looking to ditch the crowds while still getting those beautiful Glacier mountains. Great backpacking trails are easily accessible for this site as well, and if you're looking for a long day hike look no further than Dawson Pitamakin Pass, regarded as one of the best hikes in the Park (permit required)!
Two Medicine Campground was such a pleasant surprise for our trip to Glacier National Park. We were relying on a site what was first come, first served, and we had heard that Many Glacier and Rising Sun are the best because of their proximity to some of the most famous attractions in the park. By the time we arrived to both campgrounds, they were completely full. We made it to Two Medicine around 12PM and found the PERFECT site just one minute from the lake. The views of the mountains from the site were incredible. We ended up spending our whole trip exploring the Two Medicine area - including hikes around the lake, renting a motor boat (kayaks and canoes also available) and taking a boat tour. Highly recommend Two Medicine campground.
Oh Two Medicine, where do I begin? This campground is heavenly. Each spot is very well sized, with lots of privacy offered by the trees. Try to get one of spots 33-36. They're just bordering the edge of the lake and all you have to do is walk across the road, and then you can sit lakeside. We stayed in spot 34 and it was one of my all-time favorites. The campground is a bit off the beaten path, so it's not nearly as busy as some of the other areas of the park. Bighorn sheep love to come through the sites so be careful with your trash and food. In late September, there was no running water, just vault toilets. Be sure to hike around Pray and Two Medicine Lake, it's about 8 miles and gives you the real lay of the land.
if you take the boat tour that meets at the two medicine camp store, bring waterproof shoes and shorts to get over the very small water hazard from the dock to the trail that is guided (early june).
Two Medicine Campground is a lovely GEM. Usually fills up about noon-1:00 pm so go early. The campground always fills up so ignore the signs at entrance that says campground is full. DOGS ARE ALLOWED! There is so much to enjoy...there is a trail which goes all the way around the lake. Or you can take a boat ride on the beautiful Sinopah and do half of the hike. Great fishing too!
WORTH the stop.