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Basically a parking lot with hookups (no sewer, dump station on lot). You can't see the water but the big dunes really cut down on the wind, which blows a lot. Very nice area on the beach with tables and partial shade, huge pier also there. Staff very helpful and friendly. Spaces can get a little tight if there are several big rigs near you.

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As mentioned in a previous review, the location is not great. Right behind a motel, next to a truck stop and close to the interstate. Good for an overnight stop but the price, even with Good Sam, was way too high. Very friendly and helpful staff.

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weekly rate. Wifi okay for a campground. Trees and some grass landscaping, dusty roads when the wind blows. Beautiful mountains and desert scenery surrounding you. It is a long way from anywhere so bring what you need, surrounding stores and resturants expensive. Off road motorcycles for rent from GSM Motorent. Lots of great off roading in the park (Big Bend) and other areas.

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this is listed as in Alpine but it is on the NE side of Big Bend about 8 miles from the park entrance at Persimmon Gap. Limited number of full hookups in a fairly crowded space if there are many campers there. Water and electric much more open, dry camping very open and out in the boonies. Lots of roads all thru the ranch to drive, hike, ride on. Wifi good. Museum very nice and well done. Items in the store very expensive, best to bring what you need. Night sky awesome.

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The bad: expensive (weekly rate), crowded (90% full time) The good: most of the inhabitants leave daily for work so campground is empty, pool and spa very nice, staff exceptionally friendly and hard working, lots of shade trees and very neatly kept, very close to downtown area, wifi better than most.

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Park has big, long pull throughs with almost level gravel. Good ATT, Verizon. Campground WiFi slow. Very dense trees and unable to get DirecTV. I felt the rate was high. Good water pressure and friendly helpful staff.

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Park has nice landscaping, level graveled sites, trees but not big enough for shade, good water pressure, good signals on ATT, Verizon and DirecTV. Located about 8 miles from I-70 and was a little difficult to get to. It is behind a Super 8 Motel. There are signs directing you. OK for a night. Rate somewhat high for the area and lack of amenities. Some noise due to Air Force base, nearby train track and motel.

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Close access to I-70 but not so close that you hear the noise. Roads to the campground and in it are dirt and dusty but hard packed and easy to drive on. Wi-Fi excellent signal, AT&T good signal. Had to share the same water connection with 2 others but not a problem. Rate is the Passport America price. Good overnight stop.

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Definitely fill up your water tank before coming. Beautiful lake view, great price! Dusty roads. Turn at sign showing Saratoga Lake, sign showing campground far from road and easy to miss. At first fork in the road, take a left as no signage here. Road a little rough but just go slow. If you are lucky, get the sites at either end for electricity and you can park sideways instead of backing in, as in all the other sites. Very nice place.

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Campground is right on the Snake River, although you can't see it. You won't find a better deal near Jackson with hookups. (Gros Ventre in the park is $20 a night with no hookups!) But this park only has 5 or 6 sites available, the others are permanent residents. The 3 or 4 pull throughs are big and easy to get in and out. There are 3 or 4 much smaller backins. Owners (the RV park and land are for sale if you want to own your own!) are very nice and helpful. The park WiFi was usually good. ATT cell excellent, Verizon poor. DirecTV good. The water pressure was low. So if you want a site here, best to get here midday when others checking out. No reservations taken.

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Campground is way over priced but it is cheaper than most others in the area. Mostly level sites but some have dips and holes which make leveling hard. This is in no way a resort. The only amenity is free Wi-Fi, which worked well only sometimes. There is no pool, cable TV. There are some ponds but that hardly qualifies for a resort! Staff is friendly and mostly helpful. Close to West Yellowstone.

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Really didn't like this campground! The good: it has trees, surrounding views, close to Bozeman. The bad: has narrow, unlevel sites with trees blocking slides, pool is constantly overflowing with local kids, lots of rules (including $1 a day per dog, $2 extra vehicle, $5 more for a pull through when the campground is 80% pull through sites, etc). I did get satellite coverage with Direct at 70%, very marginal ATT cell and fair Verizon air card. If I come back to this area, will stay south of Bozeman at the KOA right next to Bozeman Hot Springs. The Hot Springs are well worth a visit.

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This park is very clean and has very nice landscaping. Owners are hard working, friendly and very helpful. Some of the sites have odd hookup arrangements (my steps were 5 feet from my neighbors sewer), but most are okay. Large drive areas with easy maneuvering and escort to site service. Didn't use WiFi but Verizon air card worked great, ATT cell service was bad, but it's bad everywhere in NW Montana. DirecTV service was good.

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$20 seems high for no hookups or showers, BUT it is in the Glacier NP and close to great hiking so maybe worth it! Restrooms were very clean.

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Great views and there are alot of sites with trees. The roads are all one way, so if you are camping on the left side of the road with an RV, your campsite is backwards. I pulled my 38 foot, fifth wheel in against the flow so I would be able to have steps and awning on the picnic table/fire pit side. Was chastised by the camp hosts as they said it would be a problem if an evacuation was necessary due to fire. Well, I'll take the chance! Take care when making reservations. I had reserved a 70 foot long site thinking I would have plenty of room. But some sites have lots of trees and others don't. My original side, although long, was very curved and the trees would have prohibited my slides or awning use. Some of the shorter sites with no trees actually have alot more usable room. The attendants at the gate were very helpful in arranging a move to a more suitable site. It was early enough in the season so there were plenty of vacancies.