Scenic Glacier National Park Dinner Float Trip Details
Difficulty: Family Friendly, Easy
This scenic Glacier National Park dinner float trip happens daily from June 15th to September 5th. Are you looking for our Whitewater Dinner Float?
Times: 3:15 pm
Trip Duration: About 2 hours on the river, followed by a delicious dinner.
Price Adult: $81.00
Price Child: $68.00
Other Price: Includes Rafting and Dinner. Does not include 7% User Fee or gratuity.
Description: Float through the scenic section of the Middle Fork of the Flathead from West Glacier to Blankenship Bridge. If you are not interested in whitewater but would like to enjoy the river, this mellow Glacier National Park dinner float is for you! You’ll pass through a steep, walled canyon and see where the Middle and North Forks of the Flathead come together to form the southern tip of Glacier National Park. This is a relaxing trip for all age groups. The float time is approximately 2 hours long. Dinner will be served after the float. We have a wonderful kitchen staff that prepares our food. We try to use locally sourced and organic items whenever possible.
- When making your reservation be sure to let s know what you’d like for the BBQ. The choices are steak, chicken, wild salmon, or vegetarian, typically delicious zucchini boats. Dinner does not include alcoholic beverages (BYOB).
- See our Packing List – Day Trips page for more information about what you will need for the trip.
Scenic Glacier National Park Dinner Float Meeting Notes: Departs at 3:15 PM daily our office in West Glacier. Offered June 15th through September 5th. Please check in at our office 30 minutes prior to departure. We are located 1.5 miles west of West Glacier on Highway 2. Look for our sign (Glacier Guides and Montana Raft) on the north side of the highway between mile marker 151 and 152. Our property is just off the highway tucked in the trees. When you see our sign turn to the north and you will see us shortly thereafter. Directions and maps are posted here.
Safety is always the #1 priority. Guides undergo training in river rescue techniques, first aid, and more. Many guides return year after year. If conditions call for wetsuits and river shoes, or if you would prefer to wear splash gear, it is always available at no extra cost.