If you are planning a vacation to Glacier National Park and your itinerary takes you to East Glacier Park, you will want to make your reservations six months to a year in advance. Actually, if you plan to visit the Flathead Valley anytime in June, July or August, making early reservations for accommodations and activities is imperative. Glacier Park gets on average two to three million visitors each year between the months of June to mid-October.
East Glacier Park is within the Blackfeet Indian Reservation boundaries and is part of an area historically and culturally important to the Blackfeet. In particular, the territory belongs to the band of Amskapi Pikuni Indians. Visitors can witness first hand the Native traditions and culture by attending the North American Indian Days in Browning during the second week of July each year.
East Glacier Park is an immensely beautiful region of Montana. Rugged peaks carved out by glaciers and slopes covered in a vivid palate of wildflowers make this area a feast for the eyes and soul.