Yes, an upgraded WiFi system has recently been installed. However multiple campers similatiously streaming or downloading may slow connection speeds for all campers.
Yes, Mountain View has 28 pull through sites for larger rigs as well as several larger back in sites; many with 50, 30, or 15 AMP service.
For safety reasons there are no fire pits or wood fires allowed at the individual campsites. Charcoal barbeques, propane grills and propane fire firepits are allowed. All fires are subject to local fire laws and bans.
Mountain View RV Park is a pet-friendly park. However, we do ask all to abide by our Pet Policy for the safety and enjoyment of all the guests in the park.
Also, do keep in mind that dogs are not allowed on any of the trails or along the road within Glacier National Park. Park visitors should make other pet care arrangements with a local kennel or day care to participate in those activities.
Yes! We do provide private, individual bathroom facilities with clean hot showers next to our office alongside the laundry facilities. There is no extra charge for use of the showers.
There is a full service convenience store and gas station including diesel fuel approximately 1.5 miles east of our park.
Propane fuel is available for purchase at Mountain View RV Park.
There are several nearby options for grocery stores. Columbia Falls which is approximately 3.5 miles east of the park has Super 1 Foods and Smith's Grocery stores. Whitefish which is located approximately 4 miles west of the park has Super1 Foods and Safeway stores.
Reservations for Mountain View RV Park can be made all year long. However, if you are planning to arrive during our busy season, we highly recommend that you reserve your spot as early as possible (January, February, early March) for the best chance of reserving an available site for the days and duration you most desire.
Our RV site reservation policies are as follows:
* Forfeiture will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
Our busiest time of the year usually corresponds with the opening of the Going-to-the-Sun road in Glacier National Park, which usually happens mid to late June depending upon snow pack and spring weather. The season can stay pretty busy through mid to late August.
While bears can and do venture down into the valley and into the area where the RV park is located, it is certainly more rare to see them down here than it is in the park or other RV resorts and campgrounds in more remote locations. You should always use some level of precaution, but your chances of running into a bear in the RV park are pretty slim.
The chances of running into a bear while hiking or playing in the park are certainly much greater. You should always make plenty of noise when you are hiking in the park and carry bear spray with you in case you do have an encounter. Most encounters can be avoided if you hike in a group and make plenty of noise to avoid startling a bear.
While it is possible to take your RV into the entrance gates of the park, you will not be able to travel very far up the Going-to-the-Sun road. Vehicles over 21 feet in length are not allowed beyond Avalanche Creek on the west side of the park, or the Sun Point area on the east side.