Leaning Tree Campground

(10) Reviews

State Hwy 464, Babb, MT, 59411

**Please note, Leaning Tree Campground will be closed for the 2020 season due to Covid-19. We look forward to seeing you in 2021. Thank you for your understanding. **

**Leaning Tree Cafe is open for business all year**

RV Sites

Water is available to fill your tank. Showers are available at the shower house for $5.00 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Electricity Only Sites $35.00
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent Sites $20.00


Community Restrooms

Drinking Water

General Store

Picnic Table

State Hwy 464, Babb, MT, 59411
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Overall Rating: 4.2

Jack Reynolds

We enjoyed campground very much. Restaurant was great, buffalo burgers were wonderful. The hosts were wonderful. Campground very close to St Mary’s. We would stay there again👍

Annie Wagner

I stayed at leaning tree a weekend. It’s beautiful, clean and the owners are friendly! What I liked is that it is close to rivers the mountain, lakes and trails to hike. It’s very affordable and the cabins are really clean and beautiful inside and out!

Catherine Appleby

Nice campground with excellent breakfast at the Cafe

Rahul Vira

Very nice campground with clean shower and bathrooms.. Cute little cafe that runs from 8am to 8pm.. Pretty close to park’s East entrance and Many Glaciers..

Kiara Robbins

Nice small campground next to Many Glacier and St. Mary entrance. Glacier campgrounds are always full and you have to wait in line for hours to try to get a spot. This campground was nice, has lots of shade, showers, and a nice cafe for the same price as the ones in the park. Owners, especially Doug and his brother, were super nice and introduced us to some new food from the area. They are remodeling and everything looks great. Cafe had great food for a good price. There is only one bathroom with a shower for women and same for men, but there are plenty of vault toilets. We had no issues and enjoyed our time enough we stayed extra nights. Doug should us the different wild berries that we could eat on the property and gave us good tips for seeing wildlife in the area. Great people and great spot. Will definitely be back again.

Shilo Cavalcanti

We weren't able to stay in Many Glacier with our reservations, due to bear activity. We booked online (confirmation was super quick) and arrived after 9pm. As others have said, there is not a specific campsite spot but we pitched our tent and slept well. Arrived too late and left too early to experience cafe. Overall, nothing too fancy but bathroom was clean, shower was warm, and sleep was peaceful. I do recommend this site if you want to be very close to Many Glacier entrance and cannot stay in the park.

Lisa Murray

Not an impressive campsite. We checked in at the restaurant and they couldn’t find our reservation even though we booked online and prepaid (I showed our Rover confirmation email). No reserved campsite for us - she just told us to take an open spot. Only one shower and one toilet for women and the same for men. Older but clean. The signs said they had wi-if but we weren’t given instructions for it and didn’t see a Leaning Tree network on our devices. While right on the road, our site was pretty quiet except for some loud campers. It didn’t seem like anyone was around to enforce quiet hours (if there were any). We didn’t try the Cafe. I wouldn’t stay here again.

Michel Wissing

Campground including washrooms was clean and well maintained, staff was helpful. Location is great, next to Many Glacier, but next to a busy road. One toilet and one shower for men (and one for women) was really not enough for approximately 30 camping spots. The campground was 50% occupied, and I had to wait up to 20 minutes to use the bathroom.

Grace Sommers

Delightful. Cutely curated. Great location to access the Many Glaciers entrance of Glacier National Park. Could use more than a single stall restroom for the number of campgrounds, but it only posed a minor issue. Showers were also very cute. Would recommend adding a dish washing station.

Joy Wandrey

This is a lovely campground, quiet and cozy. Most spots are shaded, the cafe is within easy walking distace, and the owners are friendly. There is power at each spot, but you need to use your own on board water. They do offer a spigot if you need to fill your water tank, and the water is sweet and good. They could use a sign on the house saying "office" as we went to the cafe first, and they have nothing to do with the campground apparently. The cabins are very cute, and look new from the outside, but we didn't go in so can't comment further on the cabins. Super nice camp. We will come back here next time we are in the area.