Camping sites and cabins!
Below you can check prices, see pictures and read brief descriptions about various camping areas, and check out the campground map.
Click on the buttons to jump to your information. Clicking on the green “check availability” icon to the right takes you to our reservation page where you can look at a specific site, check what lengths of RV it will take etc., and make a reservation.
RV and Tenting Sites
|In Season||Off Season|
|Back In Sites||$52||$45||$38||$33|
|Pull Thru Sites||$62||$55||$48||$43|
|Rustic Tent Sites (no water or electric)||$30||$24||$20||$20|
|Group Tent Sites (no water or electric)||Over 5 People .........$10 per person per night|
|In Season||Off Season|
Yes, we have day passes! As capacity allows, you are welcome to come to Glacier Valley and enjoy our pond, trails, and all the other activities in Glacier Valley. Per-person rates are $8 on weekends and $5 on weekdays.
Rates are based on a family unit of 2 adults and their dependent children under the age of 18, maximum of 5 people.
Each additional person – $10 for the entire stay.
In-Season is from May 28 -Sept. 26, 2021.
Holiday Weekends – 3 night minimum stay required.
Payment in full due at time of reservation.
Cancellation of a reservation requires 14 days notice prior to arrival to receive a refund minus $15 service charge. Cancellation later forfeits one night’s camping fee.
Pull thru sites - 170s, 191-193
Back in sites - 140-153, 160s, 400s, 194-195, 299
The 140s have only 30 amp service, while the rest of these offer both 30 and 50 amps. Some are shady – the 400s particularly – and others are mostly sunny.
Group sites - 240s, 250s, 260s, 270s
Only a few of these sites have gravel pads. They optionally accommodate groups that want to camp together since you can “freeform” your arrangement and orient your trailer in any direction. These can be groups or individual RVs. The 240s and 250s have both 30 and 50 amp service; the 260s and 270s only have 30 amps.
Rustic Tent Sites
GV has primitive tenting sites that are away from the main RV camping area. They have no water or electricity. The 900s are on the top of the hill; the 600s are around the 5-acre open field between the main campground and the 15 acres of woods to the west.
We can handle large groups of ten or more tents in a primitive area removed from the rest of our campers. Call for information about taking over our large group area!
Sleeping Cabins - 296 and 297
Each sleeping cabin has a full size bed, futon, 2 carpeted lofts, table and 4 chairs, small refrigerator with small freezer, microwave,and coffee maker. The cabins do not have water since they are right next to our bathrooms and showers. Bring everything else; it’s like camping in a tent with awesome wood walls and a roof! The cabins have air conditioners, heaters, and ceiling fans. We have rental sheets and towel sets available. Ask about them!
The lofts are carpeted – perfect for kids in sleeping bags!
Please note: no pets are allowed in these cabins at any time.
Amish Sleeping Cabin - 298
This cabin has a full/single bunk bed, table and 4 chairs, small refrigerator with small freezer, microwave, and coffee maker. This cute cabin (it used to be an Amish hunting cabin) does have air conditioning. This cabin also does not have water – but is near the bathrooms and showers.
Dogs are allowed in this cabin. There is a $20 refundable cash deposit.