One big place that will feel the pinch of the government shutdown is Glacier National Park. It would have to close to visitors and furlough nonessential employees.

"All employees need to report to work tomorrow no matter what happens, and then from that point they'll be directed on what's going on,” said Glacier National Park spokeswoman Denise Germann.

Tuesday could bring news that 150 Glacier Park employees will be furloughed, as part of the fallout over a battle in Washington, D.C.

"If there is a government shutdown, national park sites across the country will be closed including Glacier National Park, so there will be no visitor access of visitor recreation."

Most businesses near the Glacier area are closed this time of year. We were able to speak with a few still open, but they'd only talk off camera.

They explained closing the park would cost them any business they would be getting, as they don't get a whole lot this time of year.

These businesses, like the park employees, could begin to feel the economic pinch of the shutdown.

"You know, just like anyone else, we've got bills to pay, families to take care of, mortgages to pay and things like that, so it does have a big impact on us," Germann said.