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... all the way over to Two Medicine. It was a pretty long drive, through twisty curvy roads in places. By the time we got there it was around 11:00, and we set out to find a campsite. From the visitor’s center, we had seen that the campground hadn’t filled recently until much later in the day, but this day it was nearly full by the time we got there. By the time we finished setting up camp though, ...
We pulled into Whitefish KOA (all of about 20 miles from Lakeside, but who knew??) and once again, no one is here! It's actually a pretty cool park (some of them are) with a HUGE selection of things for the kids from BIG Blow up slides to indoor outdoor pools and a petting zoo. They even have frisbee golf and hot tubs for the bigger kids. Free breakfast is even provided. Sweet!
We cruised the park and picked our spot then headed out to West Glacier. Along the way you ...
... lake. We rented a duplex inside the park. It was a bit rustic, but in the one room, had two beds and a bathroom with a shower. This side is less populated and dryer than the west side. St. Mary lake is very beautiful and reflects the mountains all around.
The second day there, we took a guided boat ride and hike on the lake. We were lucky the day we went because there were only 12 people on our tour.
We stopped at a trailhead and walked the 3 ...
... The ride down the eastern slope was not quite so hairy, and we came out in St. Mary’s on the eastern side of the park around 2:00 PM.
I stopped in the Visitor Center and stamped my National Park Passport and checked the map. We decided not to drive back but to check out some more of the park. It was only a few miles north and then back in to Many Glaciers, so we took that detour. It was beautiful, too, but a good distance up from the end of ...
... and claimed that she’d "made her day". Strange.
When we finally made it back to base, we found the others waiting for us. We discovered that our ‘short’ hike had actually covered more miles than the ‘intrepid’ Iceberg lake group, so we bought ourselves a hot pizza as a reward.
On the drive back to the campsite, we saw a brown bear minding its ...