Hidden in the southeast corner of Glacier National Park, Two Medicine Campground commands a scenic location on Pray Lake, a small outlet
attached to Two Medicine Lake. Multiple grassy campsites provide million-dollar scenery, especially of Rising Wolf Mountain, which looms above the campground.
Several campsites afford places to prop up a chair and scan the slopes of Rising Wolf with binoculars. With luck, you might spot bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and grizzly bears. However, tent campers may want to take advantage of campsites in the trees due to raging winds that have flattened tents.
When the lakes are calm, campers can fish, swim or wade. Even though the water is chilly, it’s a clear window to colorful rocks on the bottom.
Two Medicine Campground, with 100 first come, first served campsites, is open mid-April through October, but it has no running water after late September. No hookups are available for RVs.
The campground amphitheater hosts evening naturalist presentations. Nearby in Two Medicine, boat tours putter across the lake and back. From the campground, trails lead to Old Man Lake, several high passes, and Upper Two Medicine Lake.