Date of Stay: October, 2005
Great place to hike, bike ride and just relax and set up the hammock and read. We loved it and will be back.
Date of Stay: September, 2005
If only you had negative ratings. I say we camped here in Sep. 2005 but that is actually the day we had reservations. We had my wife's 80 year old father and 78 year old mother with us. We explained that we had a dog and were told that this would be no problem. So we rolled in around 7 pm tired and ready to relax. I stopped to motorhome at the office and got out with my wife to go register. My wifes father got out to take to dog for a walk and was heading out of the park to the street. All at once here comes a maniac yelling at the top of his lungs at my father-in-law and calling him every expletive he could think of. Over and over again this vile man spewed these derogatory names at him. I ran to his aid and was then the brunt of his anger. I have never seen anything like it. This is not a man but an animal of the worst kind. We got back in the moterhome and left, never to come back. I have since heard from a number of people who have had similar experiences, either because of pets or just because this animal did not like the way they looked. NEVER STAY HERE, YOU MAY BE EJECTED IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT.
Date of Stay: August, 2005
This is a great place to stay if you want to visit Glacier National Park. It is close to everything and very quiet and clean. The park is in the middle of the woods and creates the mood of being in days past. Cajun Mary's restaurant on the premises is great fun and great food. We will stay here again if we ever get the chance.