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LIVE & WORK AT GLACIER PARK LODGE

Standing proudly at the southeast corner of Glacier National Park, Glacier Park Lodge was the first hotel built by the Great Northern Railway. It's been the first stop for exploration to the park for decades, and our staff here are the welcoming faces of Glacier.

Also known as the “Big Tree Lodge,” this historic property is located on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and is part of a charming little community with all the basic services. Personal vehicles are bonus here for exploring the glacier-carved peaks and valleys of the national park.

All About the Lodge

Location
Nestled in the town of East Glacier, 13 miles from Browning, MT and about 50 miles from St. Mary and Cut Bank.
The Team

Team members: 169 strong!

Summer Guests
We host over 28,000 guests June through September in our 161 guest rooms.
Stay Nourished
Choose from a range of meal plans for hearty fare to match the fresh mountain air at our Employee Dining Room. We offer a 25% discount on meals and lodging for staff returning for a second season, and a 50% discount for returning staff joining us for three seasons or more.
Staff Housing
Stay cozy in rustic staff dormitories suited to 3-4 roomies per room, including some couples’ accommodation. We’ve got you covered with common areas, laundry and an employee dining room on site. Meals and lodging are provided for $10 per day (less discounts for returning team members!)
Getting Around
Get out and about on regular staff shuttles, and guest shuttles when space is available. The lodge is walking distance to hiking trails, horseback riding, golf and more, however a personal vehicle (or a friend with one!) is useful for exploring the park.
Stay Mobile

For our staff on the mobile side of life, we offer full RV hook-up sites at Glacier Park Lodge for $5/day per person, which includes a daily meal.

Stay Connected

In our expert opinion, the best cell phone service provider in the area is Verizon. Staff Wi-Fi and computers are waiting for you on site.

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