Annie's Song

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West Y is full of unappealing gravel pocket parks scattered about town. At least this one has trees and decent cable tv. Like others said, the place is dated (looks 1970s) and way over-priced but the location is okay, not too far from town. VZ cell signal was strong. Mix of back in and pull thru sites. Showers were tiny, no shelf or place to even put a pair of glasses. Owners have Wagon Wheel too. Didn't seem to be very available here.

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Two of the nicest park owners we've ever met; hard-working couple. Too bad this park is located right along the Interstate, next to a Subaru dealership and with the train line across the street. But if you plan to be gone all day, it's okay. Nice tree shade, good E power, and VZ signal- didn't use park wifi. Small, clean laundry room ; same with restrooms. Have to appreciate an owner who cleans the shower room at night too. Very good value for the regular $30 price.

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We try to avoid KOA ( too $ and too many kids) but had a service appt. in the 4 Corners area, so this was too convenient. To save money, we took a W & E site with discount, and it was still pricey at $52. Rock and grass site was very close to the camp road and the highway noise , not to mention our neighbors. Some nice amenities here for families but didn't use them, except for cable tv. VZ worked fine. Won't be back at this price.

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This seemed to be the least expensive park near Glacier, so we stayed before and after GNP, glad to have showers , power and laundry. One site worked fine, but other was on the hillside and quite sloped. Park is in the trees but not great shade when it's in the 90s. Strange set-up with some tent camper sites tightly next to the RVs, which was bothersome when the tenters had fires going til midnight, with smoke smell too close. Didn't seem to be any rule enforcement here, with speeders and dust flying, and campfires going even tho there was a health alert and smoke from WA heavy in the air. But this park works for an overnight, has a great though small laundry room and bathroom.

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We really like Whitefish- town, lake, food- but we're done with this park. We had the worst, narrowest site ever, with about a foot of room on each side and the hookups placed in the front by the street. Cars and trucks parked all over the place, oblivious kids in the road. Only 6 cable TV channels because owner changed system. Many Canadians living there for summer, with nice decks and large sites, squeezing out others. Motel office staff not helpful, no one working on site. Waste of money. Stay in Kalispell and commute.

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This is one of the nicest-looking parks you'll see in the West. But the constant watering of the beautiful flowers and the grassy areas means your RV has a good chance of getting water spots on the windows, like ours did even tho we were carefully parked on gravel. Still, this is good overnight stop or longer if you get a shady site on hot days. BTW, the staff insisted we had to back in from the right (blindside) but the site was actually an easy pull-thru for motorhomes, tho not big rigs.

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Very large, grassy and treed park in quieter area away from center of town. Many of the sites are somewhat close, but long. Ours was not level, and the MH became covered in dust from all the truck traffic going by since we were near the office. The workampers sped by in their golf cart, so the RVs did too; no posted speed limit. Family owned- they do an ice cream social every Sunday for $1.50. Cable tv working fine, but limited channels. Worth a stop for a few days or more, depending on your site.

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Nice shady park but constant noise from the close by Interstate. Yet, good location handy to restaurants and services. Had a pull thru site in muddy grass, yet the gravel site next to us stayed open all night. Clean, private bathrooms in back area. Great for an overnight but seemed pricey.

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This is our "go-to" park in Livingston. We like the setting and owners, only negs are the stuffy bathrooms (but at least they are private) and having to pay a $50 deposit up front on reserving. Park has been full every night this year, so call a week + ahead and keep the dates, or lose your money. Have lunch at Gil's Goods downtown and visit the Depot museum.

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This is a nice little country place with shade trees along a creek, easy exit from highway. Had decent Verizon reception on cell and hotspot and TV on antenna. The bathroom was dated and not kept clean enough, but all in all, the park is worth the price , if you can get shade on the hot days. Office/ store workers spent a lot of time smoking outside and visiting locals. Host couple super nice and busy. Pull thru sites, parallel to road.

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This is a favorite place, and we had perfect weather in late June. D loop has electric hookup at discount ($38) for seniors or an Access pass. There are some nice big, probably level sites scattered around all loops, and the CG usually doesn't fill up. Restrooms were clean; no soap. Saw a bull moose in one morning- happens a lot. Two dump stations are used frequently. Very nice workampers in office.

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Great place to stop over to or from Jackson, especially with the right govt. pass for 1/2 off. Be prepared for very cold nights at 7000+ ' altitude. Super nice hosts. Clean vault toilets, water hose refill, dump station, day use area.

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We couldn't get in Boyd Lake SP when it was full for the weekend ,so tried this park. The worker campers in office were nice but open hours are very limited. Looked like nearly every site was taken by full-time residents or long term visitors from out of state. Were told the Park has been purchased by owner of Riverview Rv Park down the street and eventually will not be open to over night campers. It was ok for our purposes, with cable, wifi and good electric. Bathrooms were small and very outdated; so was Laundry room. Most sites were tight and in full sun. Easy drive up Big Thompson canyon to Estes. Can't really recommend and it will be a residential-type place anyway.

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At least this website prepared us for this overpriced park. But we were surprised on check-in to learn that they no longer have "60 channel cable TV", just 24 with the networks out of California, instead of Denver. At least our site wasn't too unlevel and only had one neighbor. Bathrooms were dirty and had standing water late at night. The RV office is inside the BBQ restaurant. The WiFi was weak, but Verizon MiFi was fine. We will try to avoid Cheyenne in the future but this park could be tolerable for one night . Maybe.

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Very likeable, appealing park, with many shade trees and nice staff. Pool and swings for kids, clean restrooms, and laundry. We liked the varied rates for different size rigs and hookups. Great TV cable lineup. Most sites gravel but ours grass; glad it didn't rain. Very good RV car wash across street, a cheap gas station, and some fast food places plus a steakhouse all close by.