While a visit to Glacier can take days or weeks to see everything, there are many other places nearby that offer a host of different and interesting vacation options. One must-see is our sister park across the International Border, Waterton Lakes National Park. The other half of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Waterton Lakes offers great hiking, scenic boat cruises, and several scenic drives all centered around the townsite of Waterton.
Waterton Lakes National Park
Blackfeet Indian Reservation
Immediately east of Glacier National Park lies the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. A visit to the Museum of the Plains Indian, in Browning, Montana is a fascinating way to explore their rich cultural heritage. For additional information on the Blackfeet, check out their official website.
Other National Park Sites In Montana
Montana is well known for its natural beauty and cultural history. Some of the more special places have been preserved by the National Park Service. Either on your way here or on your way home, check out these other interesting National Park areas.
Big Hole National Battlefield
Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site
Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
Nez Perce National Historical Park
Yellowstone National Park
The best place to look for comprehensive information on activites, lodging, and events related to tourism and recreation in Montana is the official state travel website.
Montana's Official Travel Website
Glacier County Tourism
Chambers of Commerce