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Glacier National Park Sprinter SOLAR Van Rentals offer specials for Spring thru Fall 2024 every JANUARY.  Scroll down to view the listings….

Commentary: GLACIER National Park from a SOLAR Sprinter Van Rental Point of View

The GREAT NEWS is …….You are traveling in a SOLAR Sprinter Camper Van!!

You can pull-out; you can nap; you can picnic; you can just park and chill waiting for the WILDLIFE to become wildly alive! 

As you read on, you will understand that Glacier National Park is BY FAR, the most popular, special National Park; and as such, there WILL BE OTHERS! MILLIONS of OTHERS! 


There are two departure locations if you are heading in your Mercedes Sprinter SOLAR Vancamper into Glacier National Park.  On the west side of Glacier National Park is Spokane, Washington The airport is GEG.

On the east side of Glacier National Park, and closer to the famous “Going to the Sun Road” is FCA: Glacier Regional Airport.  It is equidistance between Whitefish, Montana (our favorite) and Kalispell, Montana. This is where most guests prefer to depart and return to.

If you fly into FCA, here is a great first night choice:

Please scroll down to see FCA SOLAR Sprinter Van-Camper DATES with SPECIAL PRICING-these dates and trip lengths are usually not open to amending.  BUT it never hurts to ask!


You are just one of millions doing this very thing 6 months to a year ahead!!


Sprinter SOLAR Van Camper Rentals:  GLACIER SPECIALS

  1. MAY 21 2024 JAC to MAY 28th JAC COACHMEN GALLERIA Li3 7 night $3190 (Save $600) SLEEPS 2)
  2. JUNE 8 2024 JAC to JUNE 18 2024 BZN COACHMEN GALLERIA Li3 10 night $4580 (save $750) SLEEPS 2)
  3. JUNE 12 2024 FCA to JUNE 20th 2024 FCA Roadtrek RS Adventurous XL  8 night $3590 (save $700) (SLEEPS 4)
  4. JUNE 6th 2024 SFO to JUNE 20th 2024 FCA Roadtrek RS Adventurous XL 14 night $6280 (save $1100) SLEEPS 2-4)
  5. JULY 7th 2024 JAC to JULY 15th 2024 JAC or BZN Roadtrek RS Adventurous XL 8 night $3680 (save $600) (SLEEPS 2-4)



  • Glacier Park International Airport is located near Kalispell and is approximately 30 miles west of the West Entrance (FCA)
  • Missoula International Airport is located approximately 150 miles south of the West Entrance (custom location)
  • Great Falls International Airport is located between 130 miles and 165 miles east of the St Mary, Two Medicine, and Many Glacier Entrances(custom)
  • Spokane International AIrport (GEG) A standard location for our guest departures or returns.

YEAR-ROUND TRAVEL-Opportunites and Challenges


Animals in the park are active year-round, but especially so in the fall. Be alert for wildlife along roads and always abide by the speed limit. Deer frequent the sides of the roadways and may dash out in front of cars. Always be sure to stay at least 25 yards (23 m) from all wildlife and at least 100 yards (91 m) from bears and wolves.

Hiking Trails

Trails, wilderness campgrounds, and other areas of the park that have closures, or are posted for safety reasons, are listed on Glacier NP’s Trail and Area Closure page. The reports are updated each morning.

Trail conditions and statuses change frequently. To be the first to know, sign up for Glacier National Park Notifications. Text GNPTRAILS to 333111. You’ll receive live updates and be the first to know trail closures and postings!

Early in the summer, lower elevation trails and trails near the boundary of the park are usually snow free. Trails in the higher elevations – over mountain passes and on the Continental Divide – are typically snow free by late July.

A summer day at Kintla Lake

Glacier National Park RV stops


Weather is ALWAYS unpredictable in Glacier. Year-round! Come prepared for changing conditions and potentially cold and blustery days. Expect colder temperatures and more extreme conditions at higher elevations, such as at Logan Pass.


The Apgar Campground is the largest campground in the park and hosts almost 200 camping sites for tents and RV campers. Potable water is accessible in the campground, and restroom facilities provide flush toilets and sinks with running water. All Apgar Campground sites are first-come first-serve, with a summer overnight fee of approximately $40. 

Most campgrounds in Glacier are on a first-come first-serve basis. Reservations are available at Fish Creek and St. Mary Campgrounds beginning June 1, and may be made up to six months in advance through the National Recreation Reservation Service at or by calling 1-877-444-6777. Campers without prior reservations are also welcome at these campgrounds, as space is available.

Water is available at most campgrounds, but there are no electrical or water hookups at any campground in the park. Dump and water fill stations are available at most campgrounds. Water is not available when a campground is in primitive status. Many campgrounds can accommodate campers and trailers, with some size restrictions.

Specific information about each campground, including a map of the sites, operating dates, available services, current and historic fill times, and more is available by visiting https:/// 

Group sites are available by reservation for groups of 9 to 24 campers. These sites are located in the Apgar and St. Mary Campgrounds. These sites can be reserved up to one year in advance through the National Recreation Reservation Service at or by calling 1-877-444-6777.  Many Glacier and Two Medicine Campgrounds have one group site at each campground, and both are on a first-come first-serve basis.

Campers are reminded to keep a clean camp and obey food storage regulations. Animals are attracted to food and food odors. All food, garbage, and equipment used to cook, serve or store food must be kept sealed in a vehicle or in an approved bear-resistant container. .


Glacier National Park-Campgrounds-BY RESERVATION ONLY!!!