BIG SKY COUNTRY
Located on the scenic Flathead River just a short thirty minute drive from the West Glacier Entrance to Glacier National Park, Spruce Park ON THE RIVER is your gateway to Glacier National Park.
When you visit our peaceful and safe campground, we work to make your stay hassle free, with room even for the largest of rigs.
Our centrally located RV Park has roomy spaces, full hookups, free wireless internet, and free TV. Our sites have room for even the longest slide-outs. Hike the easy Trail of the Cedars to Avalanche Lake or drive the Going to the Sun Road and return to camp and relax next to the beauty of the Flathead River.
Within five to twenty minutes of our family owned park are ten competition quality golf courses. You can also find river floating, horseback riding and many other outdoor activities. Fish just steps from your rig. Come stay with us in the scenic peace and quiet of Spruce Park ON THE RIVER.
The charge for pets is $2.00 per pet per day.
We require pets to be on a physical leash at all times, whether walking through the park or sitting by the campfire. Electric collars are not considered a physical leash. Off leash play areas are available for dogs and their locations are annotated on the park map.
All RV site reservations have a 72 hour cancellation policy unless otherwise noted. Any changes on packages or rates to your reservation must be done 72 hours prior to your arrival date. Reservations that are not canceled within 14 days are subject to a charge of one night's stay plus tax. Reservations are guaranteed when credit card information is received via email, website, or telephone.
Weather in the Flathead Valley
The Flathead Valley enjoys a relatively mild climate for its elevation (about 3,000 feet) and latitude (near the 49th parallel). High mountains to the east and west protect the valley from harsh weather extremes, and the many lakes and rivers have a moderating effect on winter and summer temperatures.
Glorious summers boast warm days, abundant sunshine, low humidity, and cool nights. A lake or stream is rarely far away when you seek a refreshing dip.
Golden autumn days start turning crisp by late October. This is excellent hiking, bicycling, hunting and fishing weather!
Winters are gentle enough that nearly any day is a good one for sledding, skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling.
Spring brings flowers in the valley and fresh snow dusting the mountain tops. The Flathead Valley’s moderate climate offers an inviting oasis for you to have fun and relax – in any season.
“Not all those who wander are lost.”