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Very friendly owners on site, but tight spaces. I have a travel trailer, wouldn't want to try maneuvering a bigger rig. Seems to be mostly permanents and seasonals; getting a space was dicey. Level gravel sites (no blocks required), grass strips between. Heavily treed which is nice as it can get very hot here. Good Wi-Fi. Cable is optional. 30-amp worked fine. Have stayed elsewhere in Creston and I would come back here, all things considered.

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This is a good spot to explore the history of Fort Benton as well as a 35 mile drive to Great Falls. Nice quiet country atmosphere rather than the bigger city. Good price. Cons are the washrooms are few and small (but clean) and not a lot of space in the back-in sites. Ask for a pull-through, much better. Owners on site, friendly, help spot the rig, provide local advice. Wi-Fi worked well, site was level. Would stay here again.

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Great park for an overnight or for a longer stay - great spot for fishermen. Level gravel pads, grass strips, easy access off highway. Ideal for stop on way to Canada, border just up the road. Very accommodating owner on site. Nice location right on the Cut Bank Creek/River. Bit of noise from trains but didn't bother me. Would definitely stay here again.

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Not much choice in the area surprisingly, given its proximity to some good outdoor areas. This park caters to full-timers with park models, the overnight RV trade is a bonus and it shows. It's basic, good for an overnight I guess. Washroom is for one person - if someone's in the shower you're out of luck. Staff were friendly but I was given a site, no site map, and no directions - had to find it myself. Wifi was spotty, didn't work at all on my iPad. I won't hurry back.

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Wish more parks were like this one - nicely treed, large pull-thru sites, level gravel pads. Owner was on hand, very friendly and helpful. It's over 10 acres with plenty of space to walk the dog. Access from I25 is easy and there's very little traffic noise. As others have said, decent restaurants are within walking distance. And top marks for recycling bins! Spent 2 days here, wish I'd had time for more. Would definitely stay here again.

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Stayed here for 3 nights. Cody has a lot to offer. Pros: Views are really stunning, especially great to wake up to, and $22 for elecric/water is pretty good. For the most part the sites are level, have picnic tables and fire pits. Cons: I don't much like the side-of-the-road parking, never enough room between you and RVs passing by. I was able to put out my awning but bigger rigs weren't. Also the shore is very rocky, hard for pets or people to walk, and the wind can be very strong. Overall the pros outweigh the cons - I'd stay here again.

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Very nice park, level sites, easy access, big rig friendly with lots of pull-thru sites. Friendly helpful staff. The one negative is the wind. Park sits on a bluff and for the week I was there the wind really howled - couldn't put out awning, BBQ. I'd stay here again but probably for a shorter time.

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Great park, very friendly owners. Sites were level, plenty of green space to walk the dog, very nicely landscaped - even has a creek running through it. Stayed 3 nights, lots to see around Dillon. Would definitely stay again.

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This is a little gem - level sites, friendly staff, even a nicely maintained "park" on site. Wifi was good, as was cable. Would definitely stay here again.

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Arrived just as late Spring snow was falling. Water was still turned off but electricity worked fine. Nice park on the lake but I'd imagine it would be very crowded (and noisy) in summer. Sites are not spacious. Many are very long but space between sites isn't much and no shrubbery. Bit of a trip into Joseph (8 miles) but that's minor - lots to see and do in the area. Would stay here again.

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A real gem - nice sites, friendly park staff, very well maintained grounds, and great location. Close to downtown but also out to Yakima Valley vineyards and their great red wines! I had vehicle problems and wound up staying 5 nights. Good walking trails along the dyke. My only complaint is it's expensive.

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This park looses points for being so hard to find - no highway signage and even as you approach the park the only sign says "No Through Road". Sites really vary in quality - they're all private, nice wooded setting, but some are level, others not, small, large, you name it. Maintenance not the best - my tap was missing the knob, replaced with a rusty old set of pliers, probably been there a long time. This section of I-5 has very few options for good parks so, yes, I would probably stay here again. Not a ringing endorsement of Thousand Trails though.

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Nice, clean park, friendly staff. Large/clean washrooms. Free WiFi, pets welcome. When heading south a good stop before Grant's Pass. Quite popular even in off-season. Sites were roomy, on gravel, but lots of separate grassy areas. Only criticism: levelling blocks recommended for some sites which we find a nuisance if only a 1-nite stay.

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Wide spaces, easy back-in. Sandy sites but clean. Very popular with people returning year after year. Lots of activities available - we liked the short 9-hole golf course on site, plus the pools & spas, billiards room. We had no problem accessing Wifi from our site. A downside is that the Desert Hot Springs area can be very windy but we'd stay here again.

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Our site was basic but roomy, easy pull through. Washrooms and shower very basic. We liked the easy access onto highway for day-trips to Napa and San Francisco. Friendly, helpful staff. Would stay here again.