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We used the campground for our hikes in two medicine and stayed at site 100. I was nervous about being right next to the bridge leading to the area's major trails but it was not an issue. Bathrooms were clean and easy to get to....More
when we were there, there were 3 fires going on in the park. it was very hazzy. the beauty is still breathtaking. Due to active bear warning (other camp sites & trails closed du to active bear activities), no waste water in the ground. we...More
We camped in a tent on Site 1 from 7/5/17 – 7/9/17. The site was wide open and offered little relief from the blazing sun, but we were right across the road from the stream that connects Two Medicine Lake and Pray Lake. It seemed...More
This is the first time back to Two Medicine campground in 25 years, and we are excited to state that it hasn't changed in all that time. It was like walking back in time...this place will always hold a special place in our hearts...quiet, beautiful,...More
My husband and I loved our campsite. We had a great view of a mountain and a short walk to the lake. Which was beautiful! It was a roomy campsite as the park spaces go. The only complaint I have are the bathhouses. They were...More
Two medicine is open until September 25th this year. I think the rebus tours only operate until the 18th and from East Glacier you'll need to go to East Glacier lodge (outside the park) or up to many glacier. There are... More
Two medicine is open until September 25th this year. I think the rebus tours only operate until the 18th and from East Glacier you'll need to go to East Glacier lodge (outside the park) or up to many glacier. There are other ways to see GTTS road. The park service provided shuttles run until 5 Sept. Sun tours is run by the the Blackfeet tribe and gives some of their cultural elements in the tour as well. You definitely don't want to drive an RV in the GTTS road. It was even a bit hairy in a 4Runner in places.