From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
A few weeks back I shared my bad experience camping at the Chewing Blackbones Campground operated by the Blackfeet Tribe. As I mentioned in those entries we would have been boondocking had it not been for the tribal land adjoining the east boundary of Glacier National Park leaving no public land on which to boondock.
Thankfully along the west boundary of the park you don’t have this problem as there is public land on which to boondock administered by the USFS (United States Forest Service).
As always, I had determined places to boondock via the internet prior to our arrival at West Glacier. One spot was located at the confluence of the Middle Fork of the Flathead River and the North Fork of the Flathead River.
The other was what appeared to be an abandoned gravel pit just a half mile up a forest service road off of Hwy 2. The spot on the river appeared to have potential access issues (narrow access road and dropping onto the river bank as determined via Google Earth), while the gravel pit looked accessible by most any RV.
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