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For the June Glacier National Park meetup, I have suggested that we gather Friday night at the Apgar picnic area. We just spent the weekend camping in the picnic area (the regular campground isn’t open yet) and what follows are some photographs of the area.

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Shown above is the beaver dam which is a short walk (about 15 minutes) from the picnic area.

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This is looking up the lake from Apgar Village.

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This is the view from the Apgar picnic area. These were taken in the evening.

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Looking at Apgar village from the beach at the picnic area.

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Some shots of the beach at the picnic area.

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This is the bike path that leads to the village and to the Oxbow Overlook.

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This is the Oxbow Overlook. It is a short (20-30 minutes) level walk from the picnic area.

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Originally posted to National Parks and Wildlife Refuges on Mon Apr 29, 2013 at 01:54 PM PDT.

Also republished by DK GreenRoots and Pink Clubhouse.

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