Research Facilities

Close up of the CCRLC residence front door and sign.
Short-term housing is available at the Research Learning Center residence for visiting scientists, students, and other collaborators.


CCRLC Administrative Space
A converted Mission 66 house, within Glacier National Park's headquarters area, serves as the administrative facility for the CCRLC. The newly renovated facility contains a multimedia conference/presentation room for education and training activities and office space for up to four interns.

CCRLC Residence
The CCRLC also has a dedicated, three-bedroom Mission 66 house to provide low cost bunk space for short-term visiting scientists, students, and other collaborators. This bunkhouse-style residence accommodates up to 8 adults. Amenities include a full kitchen and a washer and dryer.

Housing demand is especially high in July and August. Favorable factors for successfully getting housing include early submission (at least before March 31), short duration stays, off-season use, and flexibility in schedule. That said, we try to meet as many requests as possible. After March 31, guests are scheduled on a first come first served, space available basis.

Email us for more information about our administrative offices and for reserving space in our bunkhouse residence.

Last updated: January 20, 2017