West Glacier is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in eastern Flathead County, Montana, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 227. The town is at the west entrance to Glacier National Park and is located on U.S. Route 2 and a main line of the BNSF Railway. The headquarters complex for Glacier National Park is located nearby.
Things to do in West Glacier
4 based on 575 reviews
The Belton Chalet Dining Room provides innovative Montana Cuisine. Our Chef uses local organic seasonal ingredients, Montana raised beef and fresh fish and seafood. We offer gluten free & vegetarian dishes along with nightly specials. The Belton Taproom & Dining feature Montanan craft beers, special cocktail and a distinctive wine menu. Seasonal outdoor seating, private dining room. A culinary experience not to miss. The Belton will reopen for the following summer season on May 26, 2018, see you next year!
Great vintage railroad hotel. Very nice and helpful staff. Good location right outside of the Glacier N. Park entrance.
But.......no AC, so if it is hot outside it will be inside as well. The highway and railroad are right out front so there will be road/train noise.
4 based on 525 reviews
We stopped here for lunch on our way to Glacier National Park. It was getting toward the end of the season and I got the feeling that the waitress was tired of seeing another tourist. Other than that minor problem, the burgers and fries were excellent.
4.5 based on 411 reviews
We enjoyed this place so much, we came here for breakfast twice! Cute place with everything purple and very friendly service! Good prices too.
We had huckleberry pancakes, eggs and bacon and it was delicious. Great coffee too in fun purple mugs which you fill yourself.
I loved the mug so much I brought some home with me so I could always remember Hungry Horse MT.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Nice friendly woman brewing excellent coffee. Just the thing for a wake-up! Constructions guys, raft guides, and other visitors stop here, so the coffee and conversation are well known. Not bad at all for a roadside coffee stand!
4 based on 326 reviews
So we were only slightly disappointed to learn that they are not serving pizzas any more. After we got our meals and tried them we forgot about pizza. All of our four meals were very very good. We were impressed with the quality, portion size and tastes of all four meals. The we had 3 pieces of 3 different pies. What a great finish to a very good meal. Was also pleasantly surprised with the reasonable prices especially where we were at (right outside Glacier Nat'l Park. If in the area this is the place to eat!
4.5 based on 83 reviews
unpretentious spare basic cafe near gas station, just outside of west glacier. Portions were huge and food (breakfast) was very good. Could easily make it a habit. Friendly staff.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
cheaper option to breakfast in hotel restaurant, coffee, breakfast muffins, and beer for the evening, get free coffee tickets at checkin..
3.5 based on 526 reviews
Ate here twice while visiting Glacier National Park. Burgers where very good. One afternoon stopped for a snack. I had a huckleberry shake and my husband had huckleberry cobbler. Enjoyed sitting outside one day and enjoyed the air conditioning another day. Try this place. It's worth your time.
4 based on 552 reviews
We welcome you to Glacier National Parks West Entrance as we have welcomed visitors for over sixty years. The restaurant and other West Glacier Mercantile buildings were constructed in 1938 at the junction of the Going to the Sun Road and US Highway 2. We are open mid May thru mid September, serving breakfast lunch and dinner. Our food is all home made, desserts are amazing and staff is exceptional. We are able to accommodate your group whatever the size. We are fully licensed so you may enjoy a cocktail with your meal and we do take out or sack lunches if you prefer to eat "on the fly". Stop in and check out our ice cream cones or huckleberry cream pie!
Park food direct from the Sysco Supply truck. So while its ok, its also not special. Huckleberry ice cream and pie seem fairly good. Ignore the fact that it is not wonderful, West Glacier and Apgar are pretty nice and once there you begin to get into the mood for the lake and mountain holiday you will be enjoying. For a more special meal look at the Belton Chalet in West Glacier or one of the fine restaurants in Whitefish.
Or really immerse yourself in the park experience by having some picnics at one of the wonderful, clean picnic grounds and breathe in the mountain air. Listen carefully and you will hear the joyful laughter of children having real fun away from their electronic devices.
4 based on 130 reviews
We had the chicken salad wrap and was very disappointed in the taste. I think it was suppose to be like tuna salad but really wasn't the same. We really liked the huckleberry tea and lemonade. Wait staff were friendly and helpful.
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