NOTE: There are RV restrictions in Glacier National Park

RV Specs:

View: 25’5” long, 10’8” high

Revel: 19’5”. 9’10” high (allowed on Going to Sun Road)

Those renting the View model will not be permitted to drive the Going to the Sun highway between Avalanche Lake Campground and Rising Sun Campground (roughly 22 miles).  Revel models are fine as long as they don’t have a bike rack on the back.

When picking RV Park or Campsites we recommend using the following for finding and reserving:,, (for reserving inside the park campgrounds) 

Day 1: Travel to West Glacier via this route:

Day 2-4: Hiking and exploring in Glacier National Park:[]=10106802

Day 5: Travel to Lakeside, MT and explore Flathead Lake.  

Day 6: Drive to West Yellowstone to your next camp/RV site.

Reserve via researching using links above.

Here's the Route:

Day 7-8: (NOTE: if you want more time in Yellowstone, skip your day in Lakeside) and explore more of Yellowstone instead.  There are very few RV restrictions.  

View’s should avoid driving down dirt roads to explore trails as they have low ground clearance.  Here is a great link for exploring great hiking trails:[]=10106837

Day 9: Travel to Norris Hot Springs for final night of fun soaking and reflecting on your great vacation.

Day 10: Travel to BZN airport by 10am for drop off.  Check in for your flight, check bags. If you have an afternoon flight we highly recommend hiring a Lyft or Uber to take you to Bozeman to explore Main Street and all that it has to offer.

If you have more than 10 days, you can expand your stays in both Yellowstone and Glacier or add a few days in Jackson to explore Grand Teton National Park. If you head to Jackson, we recommend staying at Jackson Hole Campground as they have Jeeps you can rent to explore while leaving your RV at the campground!

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