Boating Restrictions in Glacier National Park
The National Park Service has revised the prohibition against boating on all waters in Glacier National Park, although restrictions remain.
Due to an invasion of non-native mussels, all boating had been prohibited until May 15, 2017. Effective now, hand-propelled boats are permitted on Lake McDonald and North Fork. Other waters will open to hand propelled craft on June 1, 2017.
Boaters must pass an inspection. Powered and trailered craft are still prohibited.
Read the full NPS notice with further details at this link.
Two Medicine Campground Opening Delayed: Snow
The Two Medicine Campground opening has been postponed due to snow. Read the current alert here to check status.
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© Brad Nixon 2017. Information will change. Check the NPS links above for latest conditions.