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No Name Lake Campground

Glacier National Park

Glacier + Northern Lewis Range, Montana

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  • The cutoff to No Name Lake.- No Name Lake Campground
  • Campground map.- No Name Lake Campground
  • There is no food locker, just a hanging cable.- No Name Lake Campground
  • Vault toilet.- No Name Lake Campground
  • Campsite at No Name Lake.- No Name Lake Campground
  • No Name Lake.- No Name Lake Campground
  • Campsites are marked.- No Name Lake Campground
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Lake access. Moderate distance (using the boat shuttle).
Cons: 
A bit of a climb.
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Region:
Glacier + Northern Lewis Range, MT
Managed by: 
National Park Service
Pets allowed: 
No
Parking Pass: 
National Park Pass
Preferable Season(s):
Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
No
Current Local Weather:
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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No Name Lake in Glacier National Park is a great day hike from Two Medicine Lake and especially easy if the boat shuttle is taken to cut off 5- to 7-miles of hiking on the round trip. But this moderate day hike can easily become a short backpacking trip thanks to the excellent backcountry campground at the west end of No Name Lake.

Sporting 3 “developed” campsites, consisting of clearings marked by fallen logs, the No Name Campground offers a lot of privacy between sites. There is a food cable, a food prep area and an outhouse. The lake is nearby and the views are beautiful.

This is bear country, and grizzlies are often seen in this area. Always carry bear spray and be sure to hang all food and smelly items, keeping them out of packs and tents.

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