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North Fork Road

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***MUD on the North Fork Road***

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Glacier National Park-Inside North Fork Road

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Inside North Fork Road - Glacier National Park

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North Fork Road Dispersed Free Camping Oregon

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North Fork Road, Glacier National Park

The North Fork Road in Glacier National Park was built in 1901. The Butte Oil Company constructed a rough wagon road from Lake McDonald to its oil well at Kintla Lake, encouraging the development of the North Fork region. From 1935-1945, the National Park Service developed the road adding culverts and drains. The unpaved road extends nearly forty miles, almost to the Canada–United States border.