|Johnson's Campground and RV Park
Vacationing with a panoramic view of Glacier National Park!
2015 is our 65th year!
Johnson's of St. Mary
Phone: 406.732.4207 Phone not answered during winter months - October to mid May.
If you are RVing or camping, Johnson's is the place for you to stay. The Johnson family has been in the hospitality business for over 60 years and 3 generations. The RV park offers a variety of campsites. There are 75 tent sites and 82 RV sites. Camping can be in a thicket of trees, in a grassy meadow or sites with a panoramic Glacier view. The view from Johnson's campground is the most amazing view you'll ever encounter. Lower St. Mary Lake, Upper St. Mary Lake, Glacier Park and the Blackfeet Reservation are all within your sight. Walk along the nature trail and you just might spot deer or elk grazing in our meadow. Watch the beavers work on their huts as the wild geese swim in the pond.
Laundry facilities, WiFi hotspot at the Campground Office, RV supplies, horse shoes, hot showers, dump station, propane, horse corrals, Blackfeet Reservation, Glacier and Montana information, and snacks are all available for your convenience.
Thinking of a family reunion or other large gathering? Johnson's is the perfect spot. We have a large pavilion in our campground and can cater to groups from 50 to 350. We have 2 Camping Cabins located in the campground. No linens are provided and there are no bathroom facilities (although the cabins are within easy walking distance to campground restrooms and showers). Camping Cabin 1 has a queen bed with mattress and 2 bunk bed frames with mats, and will sleep 1 - 4 people. Camping Cabin 2 has 6 beautiful handmade log bunks with mats and will sleep 1 – 6 people.
Located next to Johnson's campground is Johnson's World Famous Historic Restaurant. Johnson's is known far and wide for their large family style meals featuring homemade soups, breads and desserts. A stop at Johnson's is a must if you're traveling to Glacier.
Traveling with horses? We have corrals for you to overnight your horses before your Glacier Park trail ride!
Our son, Hugo, is the campground manager.