Clear Sky Resorts – Glacier FAQ’s
We are located 14 miles east of the West Glacier entrance and 23 miles west of the East Glacier entrance.
The nearest airport is in Kalispell which is approximately 45 miles west of the Resort.
Our Domes are heated and have air-conditioning as well. The average temperature in the summer here is 74 degrees and drops when the sun goes down so layers are recommended.
Unfortunately, pets are not allowed at Clear Sky Resorts (only Service Animals). If you are traveling with your furry family member, we recommend staying at Stanton Creek Cabins, which is our sister property next door.
We are located directly off US-2 East which is the only road between West and East Glacier. Like most hotels on the West Glacier side of the National Park there are railroad tracks nearby. Amtrack goes by twice a day and other trains come by usually once every half hour during the day and about every hour during the night. Usually horns are not blown as they go by our location but for those that are very light sleepers we do offer earplugs and a white-noise machines in each room.
The Tavern at Stanton Lake is located next door at our sister property and has American cuisine. The Isaac Walton restaurant is located 9.8 miles east of us in Essex. Alternatively, West Glacier has several restaurant options as well.
You do not need any specialized vehicle to access the Resort, we have maintained roads and driveways to the Domes
Parking is free for our guests.
We are located in the middle of a National Forest and have satellite internet. We do not guarantee any sort of stable or high-speed connection. Most guests have the best luck using our internet in the Welcome Dome and there is no charge. Our motto is unpack and unplug while inside your guest dome. When needing the internet walk over to our Welcome Dome lounge.
We provide all linens, bedding and towels.
We are in the middle of a National Forest and as such have many various types of wildlife in the area ranging from elk, deer, moose, wild goats, and bears. We recommend bringing or renting our bear spray when you hike in the area. DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS and stay at least 50 yards away from any wildlife. They are unpredictable and may cause harm.