Glacier National Park, MT
This National Park has many untouched forests, alpine meadows, beautiful lakes, and rugged mountains. When visiting Montana, adventurous visitors enter a hiker’s paradise. A great spot to pitch a tent would be at the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness Area, stretching over 900,000 acres across Montana and Wyoming.
The broad area offers unbeatable hiking trails and alpine lakes cradled in between the area’s namesake mountain ranges… Just don’t forget to pack the bear spray.
As another great option, located about three miles from the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, a scenic mountain road through the Rocky Mountains, Apgar Campground is the largest in the park. It’s located amongst the trees and wildlife that range from mountain goats to grizzly bears. Campers will relish in nature with day hiking and sunsets on Lake McDonald, guided horseback riding, and kayak rentals.