Climb aboard a historic wooden boat on one of five lakes in Glacier-Waterton for a scenic and interpretive boat tour. Tours are unique to each lake. Because the tours are different at each location, you can take one or take them all for an eclectic learning experience.
See Sexton Glacier and remnants from Louis Hill’s cabin on St. Mary Lake. Sail aboard the most historic boat in the fleet on Lake McDonald. Learn rich Blackfeet history while touring Two Medicine Lake. Take in majestic beauty on Swiftcurrent Lake in Many Glacier. Cruise the shoreline of beautiful upper Waterton Lake from the Waterton Marina.
If you’d like to be your own captain, there are kayak, canoe and motor boat rentals available. Boat rentals are available on Lake McDonald at the Cedar Tree Gift Shop as well as Lake McDonald Lodge. Rentals in other areas of the park are available at Two Medicine Lake, Many Glacier and Cameron Lake in Waterton.
Due to unique circumstances beyond our control, we are not able to book this activity in our call center at this time. For current rates and information please contact Glacier Gateway Outfitters directly at:
There are five boat tour locations and five boat rentals locations across Waterton-Glacier.
Driving here in a car with GPS? Enter the following coordinates into your GPS unit:
Apgar Boat Dock: 48.529590°N, -113.993175°W.
Lake McDonald Boat Dock: 48.617568°N, -113.879985°W.
Two Medicine Boat Dock: 48.486673°N, -113.369496°W.
Many Glacier Boat Dock: 48.796613°N, -113.658215°W.
Upper Waterton Lake Boat Dock: 49.050851°N, -113.905730°W.
Cameron Lake Boat Dock: 49.019858°N, -114.044923°W.