Where to Stay in Glacier View
Where to Stay
RV Parks & Campgrounds
The campground is pretty open, since bark beetles killed the big, old spruce trees. The campsites attract RVers and campers, and each of the 24 sites has a fire ring and picnic table. There’s potable water at a hand pump.
Be careful, it’s easy to miss this turn-off as you drop down the hill, but look out for the sign “Caribou Creek Recreational Area.” This seldom-used campground is a quiet place to camp, away from highway noise. It has fire rings and picnic tables, and there’s a trail to the creek. It’s a one-mile walk to the water. It’s a nice stream and it’s part of the State Recreational Gold Mining Area. So bring a pan and try your luck!
Hotels & Lodges
Nestled at the foot of a wilderness preserve and open year-round, the lodge has 11 cabins, all with private decks opening onto gorgeous views. The owners pride themselves on the family atmosphere, as well as the clean, comfortable cabins that sleep up to six. The property includes a hot tub and sauna, and the grounds have gorgeous views as well as access to 12 miles of maintained trails.