Logging Creek Campground (Glacier National Park)
Number of Sites: 7
Logging Creek Campground
The Logging Creek Campground is one of the smaller campgrounds in Glacier and is located on the west side of the park, south of Polebridge. Access is via the Inside North Fork Road, a dusty narrow winding road. Caution is advised when traveling this road and RVs are not recommended.
Once there, campers will find a small primitive campground with all the solitude one could want. The trailhead to Logging Lake is nearby and the easy hike to the lake is a great family day hike.
No serivces are available in the area and Polebridge has limited services, 9 miles north.
Sites are fist-come first-serve and there is no water available at this primitive campground.
Dates of Operation
Primitive 7/1 - 9/30
Summer Fee $10.00 / night
Number of Sites 7*
Flush Toilets No
Disposal Station No
*RVs and truck and trailer combinations are not recommended.
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Moon Montana, Wyoming Idaho Camping: Including Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Glacier National Parks