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This is a good park to use as a base to tour from. The sites are close and if you are not near the office the Wifi is non existent. The cable tv hookup works well. The owner has free cookies in the office which is a nice touch. While you can walk your dog around there is only the grass at each site for Fido to go on and that isn't too great for the people at that site. Outside the park is a sidewalk that I used to walk our dog. Fred Meyers market close and restaurants & shopping a short distance.

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The park is paved and very tight. Every inch of ground is utilized for sites. There are only a few pull thrus that are so short most rigs with tows will still have to be disconnected which defeats the purpose of a pull thru site. Many sites are occupied by permanent campers. If your site is near the office you will hear road noise. The positive aspects is the location to the Boeing Facotory and the Old Birds Museum, both well worth the time. You will have commercial jets flying overhead as the jets produced by Boeing are test flown. Grocery stores and shopping nearby. The people in the office are very helful & informative.

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We were there for 1 night and had a pull thru site with water and 30 amp service, no sewer. It was also hot when we were there but had no problems with electric. It was easy on/off the interstate. The dog park is located a distance from the RV sites but it is a good walk for both you & Fido. There is also a leash free dog pen while not fancy it will do. We decided to head into downtown, a short drive away for dinner. Wished we had left earlier to be able to tour around. Overall the park is clean and good for 1 or several nights.

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We stayed at the park because it was the closest to town and the Old Works Golf course. It is quiet and there ia a very nice paved path that runs along the creek to take the dog for a walk or yourself. There are deer around and if you walk at the right time they will be out to see. There appear to be several permanent residents and some rigs are in good shape while others have a run down look to them. I did not see any pull thru sites, only back in sites. Durinig our stay we took the tour around town and it was very informative. Please take the time to see a movie in the historic theater and you will be happy you did. If you are a golfer play the Old Works Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. While we were at our site I smelled sewer odor off and on and could not figure why until the day we left. Luckily we only had the grey water hose opened while we were there because when we removed it the water was overflowing from the sewer. It appears the site next to us also had the same issue. The cable tv is another issue. It is Comcast and if you have an analog tv you must get the box fromm the office and do a special connection to get tv. The first box did not work but the second did. Wifi works if you are at or very close to the office otherwise it is not good. I used my ipad with cellular service. I am not sure what site we had so I entered A.

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There ia some noise from the interstate and train but it is not unbearable. Great location to tour Bozeman and surrounding areas. The owners are wonderful people and very helpful. I used the laundry facilities and found then to be clean. WWe had a pull thru site and I cannot remember the site number so thsat is why there is an A.

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Great location to tour Virginia City and Nevada City, a short drive away from both. The owners are great people and very accommodating. While the sites are close most campers are respectful of everyone. Due to the extreme dry conditions no fires were allowed however the town did have fireworks on the Fourth of July and the view was awesome from the deck of the office. The laundry room is very small and clean with 1 washer & dryer. Had a great time here and would return if we are ever in the area again. When we were there there is a for sale sign for the Rv Park.

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The trains are loud and it is a drive into Spokane on the interstate. Restaurants are a 15 minute drive away. Very close sites. The off leash dog pen is excellent. Folks at desk helpful. If I were to visit the Spokane area again I would opt for an RV park closer to the city.

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I will start with the positives: not too far off I-5, our pull thru was large enough to accommodate our 36' RV with small toad, plenty of trees around for shade, most sites have privacy. Check-in was very easy, there is a lake with beach & boat launch, laundry facility with TV inside that I have not used. Sites are paved as is the road, there are several recycle bins and garbage bins throughout the campground. It appears that the base is divided and to go to the BX, Comm., movies etc. you leave the north side, go under I-5 to another security point & show your military id's. A little different. Now my only beef is the so called CATV, for us and other campers it is non existent. The service is through Comcast and if you have an older TV you must use a special box to bring in the cable. 2 boxes later nothing. We have a small flat screen TV that is 3 years old and we could not bring in any channels. Spouse took box back to office and was told it was Comcast issue. Asked a few other campers and they also had the same issue. So, either get Comcast out to fix it or drop it from what you have to offer. We also put our antenna up and got 16 channels with Fox being the only known station.

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This rate is after the KOA 10% discount. We have camped in several KOAs and this is the best. The staff is extremely helpful and professional. The grounds are meticulous, with many mature well trimmed trees throughout. There are 3 Kamp K-9's where most KOAs have just 1 and they are kept clean with doggie poo bags in each one. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. Each AM the newspaper is delivered to your door. The location is an easy commute to downtown, smoke jumpers, airport etc..

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The park is completely paved so you do not have to deal with sand etc. being tracked into rig. Liked the idea we could park out car next to our rig. The location is in a light industrial area and semi rundown trailer parks in the area. If you are travelling with a pet you can walk outside the park where there is a sidewalk and grass. If you do this please pick up your pets waste. From this park you are 15 minutes from downtown. Not too far away is the newer section that has many types of restaurants and stores. Close by are train tracks and yes you do hear the train noise.

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This is the closest RV Park to Medora and you can easily walk or bike into town. All sites are back-ins and close but it is the location to town that is worth overlooking sites being dirt. The owners are wonderful people who are ready to help in any way to make your stay a pleasant one. When we started our cross country trip we had a slight drip in the front storage bin that turned into a steady flow by the time we reached Medora rendering the area useless for storage and major water loss. The husband came over and within an hour had figured out the problem and fixed it for us for a very reasonable cost. Our rate includes a $2 charge per night for cable .We would stay here again.

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I agree with a previous reviewer: The 1 mile public road to this campground is washboard rough but if you can get by that you will be very happy with this campground. You are guided to your site by one of the owners via bicycle. The owners are great people. The grounds are immaculate and most sites are shaded by mature trees that are trimmed up. The sites are grass and, while no mats are allowed, the grass clippings are vacuumed up thus no mess carried into your rig. The RV sites are all pull-through, which makes it very convenient for departure with a toad. On the perimeter of the campground runs two 5-6 foot wide mowed grass walking trails, 1 for just people and the other for people and their dogs. The grass is vacuumed up on the dog trail and it is clean, no poo bombs to walk around. The location is a short drive into town for food, attractions, golf, places of worship. While the campground is close to I-94 the road noise isn't an issue. It is quiet at night. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here for 1 night. The sites at this campground are all back-ins so a motorhome with a toad requires a disconnect. This could be an issue if you would like an early am departure the following day. We were assigned a site number but told we could choose any unoccupied site. The Wi-Fi worked well but as stated in other reviews there is no cable TV, so unless you have satellite you may pull in 5 stations with your antenna. The sites and road are a sandy loam mixture and messy when dry but worse when wet. The night we were there it rained and needless to say I had a mat outside and an old towel on the floor inside to catch the sand mixture. It is fairly close to the I-94. Also close by are a fair amount of restaurants and stores.

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If there are no events going on these campsites are for rent. The Expo center is easy on/off I-94 and good for an overnight . The location is only a few miles from major shopping and restaurants. The electric sites are 20 amp so you have to decide what you need on. If you have pets there is plenty of room to walk and trash cans to dispose of waste. There is also a walking trail with an honor pay station. Very quiet at night.

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What a gem. At first I was hesitant when I saw it was close to the water treatment plant, route 41 in view and railroad tracks but I have to say none of it affects this park. Daytime there is some road noise from 41 but at night it is quiet. There was 1 train and that was all we heard in early evening. We requested a pull-thru site and it overlooks the river which is a pleasant view as am boaters fish. The park is very clean with a section to walk your dogs & 2 dumpsters at opposite ends to dispose of waste. There is no cable so for us TV reception is not good. We have an old TV with digital booster and were only able to pull in 1 station so far. Will ask other campers what they have and how many channels. The Wifi is good. If I wanted to be picky the only issue is the geese and large amount of waste they leave behind all over the road. The park staff are doing what they can to discourage the geese with cutouts of wood dogs but the geese have figured it out and thrive. They will leave if they see you walking a dog. We would stay here again.