Enjoy world-class trout fishing in Glacier National Park,

surrounding streams, and lakes on the Blackfeet Reservation.

Local motel owners can offer up-to-date information on the

best places!

State of Montana Fishing Regulations and Licenses

Blackfeet Tribal Fishing Regulations and Licenses

Montana Fishing Reports (outside of Glacier National Park)

Type: Cutthroat • Location of Catch: secret


Enjoy a scenic tour aboard one of our classic wooden launches on pristine lakes in Glacier Park.  We have five locations which offer a variety of schedules, guided hikes, and small boat rentals.  The “Sinopah” cruises on Two Medicine Lake, just 12 miles from East Glacier Park.  Kayaks, canoes, and motorboats are available for rent; and guided hikes to Twin Falls are offered twice daily.  Other locations include St. Mary Lake, Many Glacier, Lake McDonald, and Apgar.  Call for schedules, rates, and to make reservations. 


Glacier Park Boat Company

P.O. Box 5262

Kalispell, MT  59903



The library has a collection of children's books as well as adult fiction and non-fiction books that are updated on a regular basis from the Glacier County Library. 

Interlibrary loan service is available.  All community members and visitors are welcome to come and use this resource.

Open Wednesday afternoons from 4 P.M. to 6 P.M.

Located on Highway 2, “Main Street.”

Served by the volunteers of the Glacier Park Women’s Club.

More about the Library and staff.

Roz and Berta are two members of the Women’s Club who staff the library.

SUN TOURS concentrates on Glacier's natural features relevant to the Blackfeet Nation, and interpretations of spiritual and philosophical Blackfeet perspectives. Our guides are life residents of the reservation and are enrolled, knowledgeable members of the Blackfeet Tribe.

Tours depart daily from East Glacier Park, Browning and St. Mary. From East Glacier over Highway 49 (Pikuni Scenic Highway) we drive the entire length of Going-To-The-Sun road turning around at Lake McDonald (Sacred Dancing Water) for a lunch stop and back to the starting point. We stop along the way for photos and to point out highlights such as Inside Lakes, Three Rivers Divide, Kootenai Licks and Kootenai Pass, including a stop at the Visitor Center on Logan Pass. Walks are included to Sun Rift Gorge .05 mile and the .5 mile trail of the Cedars along Avalanche Creek.

Reserve in advance or a call 24 hours prior to the day.

telephone: 800-786-9220.




A truly western Montana experience.

Enjoy a guided horseback trip along the easter border of Glacier National Park into the heart of Native American land. Native American guides will direct you along maintained trails of mountainous terrain. You will have an opportunity to observe wildlife at its wildest along with all the breathtaking beauty of the mountain front including sights of the famous Looking Glass. You’ll also view the Two Medicine River gorge with unbelievable scenery that has to be seen to be believed. And all that without the bother of vehicles and traffic!

Saddle up for some good ol’fashioned fun as you ride along the ridges and valleys of Glacier National Park.

Summer season:

telephone: 406-226-4408      fax: 406-226-4409

Off-season September 1 through May 30:

telephone: 406-338-5560      fax: 406-338-4588

Call for prices. Children under 7 years of age not allowed to ride; also no double riders.

BEAR CREEK GUEST RANCH is one of the oldest and most physically attractive ranches in the entire country.  It lies in the heart of the northern Rocky Mountains at the foot of Glacier National Park, the "crown jewel of the continent."  Bear Creek Guest Ranch is located seventeen miles west of East Glacier Park, easily accessible by car on Highway 2. 

The ranch has become known for its Bed and Breakfast Adventure Packages featuring not only wonderful cabin and lodge accommodations, and wonderful breakfasts, but in addition a hiking and horseback riding program second to none.  Eat breakfast, fish Bear Creek for brookies and cutthroat, and then ride the mountains, the foothills, or move cattle in the ranch's sand arena. 

Plan on eating dinner at one of the area's fine restaurants.  Call the ranch at 406-226-4489 or email :, or through  Ask about the Spring Fling, North American Indian Days, and the Northwest Montana Fair.  You'll love the ranch.  Since 1933!

Ben Darce skiing near East Glacier


A non-denominational place of worship amidst God’s glory! Worship services usually on Saturday afternoons throughout the year.

Southeast side of town, two blocks off main street - Hghway 2