Chances are good that if you’ve ever made a reservation to stay in Glacier National Park, but not in your tent, you’ve been a guest of Glacier Park, Inc.

Same goes if you’ve ever ridden on an iconic Jammer bus through the park,

shot nine holes and outrun a bear on the East Glacier golf course, or bought an apres hike beer to savor in the Swiftcurrent parking lot.

Glacier Park, Inc, or “GPI” as everyone around here calls it, runs all of these enterprises.

Here’s a look at the scope of GPI’s total scope of operations within Glacier National Park:

 7 Hotels and Inns Totaling 757 Guestrooms

15 Food and Beverage Outlets

10 Retail Operations

1 Public Laundry and 2 Public Shower Facilities

1 Nine-Hole Golf Course and 1 Nine-Hole Pitch’n Putt Course

33 Historic White Motor Coach Red Buses

950 Seasonal Employees

55 Full-time Employees

Great Lodges of Glacier Tours

Glacier Travel Center

Fleet of Dodge Vans

Clearly, GPI is pervasive within the Park.  So you can imagine our happiness when GPI approached us about using our honey – the best you’ve never tasted – in some of their kitchens, and selling our honey in their various shops!  We hope y’all are excited, too, and that you’ll encourage your visiting friends and family to pick up a 1# of Glacier County Honey from GPI locations at Lake McDonald, Apgar, Rising Sun, Two Medicine, East Glacier Park, Swiftcurrrent, and Many Glacier.  Here’s a map of various GPI locations within the Park:

This summer, we hope you’ll support the retailers who support Glacier County Honey Co!

2011.  Glacier County Honey Co.  All Rights Reserved, Photo Credits to Glacier Park, Inc.

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