Where to Stay in Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park features several great accommodation options. Glacier Bay Lodge, nestled in the heart of Gustavus, provides a comfortable, convenient base. To sleep in the great outdoors, Bartlett Cove Campground is a great option. And with the right permit, you can also enjoy backcountry camping.

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Glacier Bay National Park

Season: May 23 - Sept 3 $262+

Out­side of pitch­ing a tent on a beach with the bears, you can’t stay any clos­er to the heart of Glac­i­er Bay Nation­al Park & Pre­serve. The Glac­i­er Bay Lodge, with its mas­sive tim­bers, huge stone fire­place, net­work of board­walks and rooms tucked into the trees, is the only lodg­ing avail­able with­in park bound­aries. Fab­u­lous views, a full-ser­vice restau­rant, trails through the rain­for­est, camp­ing and kayak drop-offs, moun­tain-bike and  ...more

Season: Memorial Day–Labor Day $520+ per person / per day 1+ nights

Fam­i­ly-owned and oper­at­ed, the inti­mate, 14-room Bear Track Inn sits serene­ly on the shim­mer­ing waters of Icy Strait in Gus­tavus, next door to Glac­i­er Bay Nation­al Park. Fea­tur­ing clas­sic log con­struc­tion, spec­tac­u­lar views, a wel­com­ing envi­ron­ment, and lots of activ­i­ties, it’s the per­fect spot to expe­ri­ence authen­tic Alas­ka. Stays are all-inclu­sive of food and transportation.

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