Short Name: Cut Bank Campground
Address 1: Glacier National Park
Number of Sites: 14
Camp URL: http://home.nps.gov/applications/glac/cgstatus/camping_detail.cfm?cg=Cut%20Bank
Full Hook: Yes
National Park: 138
Cut Bank Campground
The Cut Bank campground is located on the east side of Glacier National Park and provides a sense of peace and quiet that may not be found in larger campgrounds within the park. The campground is accessed by a 5 mile dirt road off of highway 89.
The Campground is located among trees, providing shade and privacy for tent campers. RVs are not recommended due to the nature of the road and campground layout. Trailheads are near the campground for day hiking use or extended trips in the backcountry. Shuttle service can be found nearby on highway 89 at the beginning of the dirt road that leads to the campground.
Dayhiking opportunities are available at Cut Bank and offer spectacular views of the interior of Glacier.
Cut Bank offers campers the opportunity to enjoy a primitive camping experience with serenity and solitude.
Sites are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
There is no water available at Cut Bank Campground, it is advised that you bring in your own drinking water.
Dates of Operation
Primitive 5/22 – 9/14
Summer Fee $10.00 / night
Number of Sites 14*
Flush Toilets No
Disposal Station No
*RVs and truck and trailer combinations are not recommended.