A North Fork Vehicle Reservation is required for each vehicle accessing the North Fork area of the park through the Polebridge Entrance Station from May 27 through September 11, 2022, from 6 am to 6 pm.
The North Fork Vehicle Reservation (valid for 1 day) provides access for one private vehicle to enter the North Fork area of the park at the Polebridge Entrance Station. In addition to a North Fork Vehicle Reservation, a park pass (7-day, annual, or lifetime) is required at the time of entry.
A vehicle reservation is required for vehicles entering the North Fork area of the park between May 27 and September 11, 2022, from 6 am to 6 pm daily.
North Fork Vehicle Reservations are valid for 1 day.
Example: If you purchase a North Fork Vehicle Reservation for an entry of June 1st, it will be valid for June 1st only.
Visitors are permitted to have only 1 North Fork Vehicle Reservation per day.
Landowners within the park boundary in the North Fork area of the park and their guests, tribal members, contractors, and others on official park business do not require a North Fork Vehicle Reservation.
Visitors with wilderness camping permits for trailheads located in the North Fork area of the park and registered campers at first-come, first-served campgrounds in the North Fork area of the park do not need a North Fork Vehicle Reservation during their stay. Please visit First-Come, First-Served camping information for North Fork campgrounds.
In addition to a vehicle reservation, a park pass is required to enter the park. Park passes may be purchased at entrance stations or online. Qualifying park passes will be checked along with a photo ID at the time of entry. Visitors with a qualifying park pass such as an Interagency Annual, Senior, Lifetime, Access, Military, or other valid entrance pass do not need to purchase another pass.
Park passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced. Only one park pass is required per vehicle.
For a full list of qualifying park passes, please visit: Fees & Passes - Glacier National Park (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov)
A vehicle reservation does not include a park pass and the park pass does not serve as a vehicle reservation.
Vehicles and vehicle combinations longer than 21 feet (including bumpers) are prohibited on all roads in the North Fork area of the park.
The North Fork is a primitive area of the park, with no cell service and rough, unimproved roads. Flat tires along the North Fork Road are a common occurrence. Drivers should be certain that their vehicle is equipped with a good spare tire and can change a flat tire along the roadside.