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This is a nicely laid out park. Wide roads with no overhanging trees or other obstacles. Sites are concrete (pressed to look like slate) and fairly level. There are hedges but some of the sites are still close together because of the angle. Ours was close; however, we were traveling with friends so it was not a problem. WII FI was good with our extender. Our friends didn't have an extender, and they had problems connecting. Directv connected without any issues, and Verizon had 4g and 3 bars. Great location for visting the local wineries. Two big dings - constant road noise from 101 and construction inside the park. We, unfortunately, were parked right next to the area where they stored the construction materials. Starting at 8:00am and ending at 5:00pm was the constant cacophony of bobcats running in and out of the storage area. We, literally, could not sit outside and even had to close the doors and windows inside so we could have normal conversations. We relayed our dissatisfaction to the park staff but there was no offer for compensation. If we had known ahead of time, we would have stayed somewhere else.

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Strange layout in this park. The entrance is confusing with no signs to direct you to the office. The pull thru sites are actually two sites front to back. We took up two sites with our motorhome and attached toad. The park backs up to a truck station so there is noise from there and from the highway. The WII FII did not work. Directv did not work due to trees. Verizon coverage was reasonable. Decent view of Mt Shasta if it's a clear day. It's ok for overnight but not as a destination park.

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Staff courteous, prompt and helpful in finding the best rate for you. We stayed 18 nights over 3 occasions. Good and accessible interior roads. Sites are concrete, long and pretty level. There is a small patio area. We couldn't put our awnings out due to trees which provided sparse shade. Mostly dirt between sites - looks like they planted some ground cover but it didn't quite take. The one time I used the laundry facilities all of the washers (door and seals) were dirty. The dryers had lint in all the screens, and one smelled moldy/mildew. WII FI did not work. Directv worked fine. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. This is a busy park with mostly overnight stays. There are lots of long term tenants but most of the sites were neat and clean. There is the constant drone of noise from freeway no matter where you are parked. Very for convenient for visiting wineries.

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Check-in fast, efficient, and friendly. A very crowded campground with many long term residents. All the sites seemed well maintained. A little tight maneuvering around in a large motorhome. Roads are somewhat narrow and there are many cars parked in the road. Lots of trees but they are well trimmed or just tall trees. Our site was strange. When we checked in, the host mentioned that we could use as much of the road as we needed. He wasn't kidding either. We jutted out on both ends - the toad wasn't even technically in the site, it was in the interior road. The site was not very level although we were at a weird angle due to the location of the site. We were not able to get Directv due to trees but the cable was good. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. The utilities worked fine. The WII FI requires patience - it's either very slow or fairly reasonable. There is definite noise from I-5.

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We made a reservation online so there was no check-in, we drove straight to our site. Our site was just long enough to fit the motorhome and toad. Fairly spacious between sites, some more than others. Utilities fine, WII FI not so fine(didn't work), Directv fine. Verizon had 4g 2 bars but sometimes our phones didn't work at all. Definite road noise from either Coburg Rd or Beltline but it quiets down at night This is apparently a known high crime area; unbeknownst to us until my husband's bike was stolen in the middle of the night. Both of our bikes were on a bike rack secured with a kevlar cable. The thief(s) cut through the cable, and stole my husband's bike from the inside rack. For whatever reason, they left my bike. They are the same brand except one is for women and one is for men. So only $900 down the drain rather than double that &$#**. The only slight satisfaction is that my husband had previously removed all the bike pedals. So it must have been an interesting escape. The camphosts and sheriff were both pretty blasé about the whole deal. A) the campground needs security/cameras and B) campers should be made aware of the situation before arriving. Such a letdown! Anyway, there is lots of shopping but it is extremely busy - you feel like an ambulance chaser trying to find parking spots at Costco, Trader Joes or Winco. There are also many places to have your RV serviced which was the main reason we were here.

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Check-in was quick ... maybe too quick. They had the package ready, handed it to you, and sent you on your way. No additional information provided. The roads are somewhat narrow, and there are lots of hanging trees. You play dodge ball to get to your site! We and our friends had premium plus sites which are presumably big rig friendly. As our friends were backing into their site they hit a heavy, low hanging branch causing significant roof damage. The RV park took no responsibility. It is irresponsible to represent a site as big rig friendly, pay extra for that site and have obstacles to deal with. Our site was long and wide enough but it was challenging parking due to trash bins and lightposts. The tow vehicle would only fit sideways. The sites do have nice concrete pads but the sites are pretty close together. The WII FI didn't work - seriously for the money you pay this is expected to work. Lots of ducks and duck poop and constant noise from highway 49 (we were right by it though). The main advantage of this park is that you are right in wine country. Other than that, we would pass this one by.

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Check in was quick and efficient. They guide you to your site which is nice enough but not necessary. The sites are narrow with cracked concrete pads for the tires. It's a bit of a challenge to get situated properly. Our 45 foot motorhome fit in our site but just barely. There is a pad adjacent to the site for the tow vehicle. It's a rather utilitarian park with many long term renters. We were able to get Directv and Verizon cell coverage. The WII FI didn't work at all. Be prepared for constant noise from 395. Great place for shopping - all the big box stores are in the area.

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Check in was fairly easy except for the strange tax calculation (it was too high) for which we never got a reasonable answer. It is tight getting around. Narrow roads with lots of trees. We were traveling with friends, and neither of our sites were remotely level. We needed lots of blocks in the front of our motorhome and never got completely level. We had to use a foot stool to be able to reach the entry stairs comfortably. Sites are narrow and very close together. Our tow vehicle would only fit in sideways. We were not able to extend our awnings due to trees. Surprisingly, we were able to get a signal for Directv despite the trees. WII FI was unavailable most of the time. Very weak Verizon signal even with our cell booster. There are loads of trains and the associated blowing whistles especially at night. Even though we were in a site towards the back, the road noise from highway 2 was loud and constant. The positive aspect is the proximity to Glacier. Also, it is an easy drive to Whitefish and Kalispell.

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The owner lady is very sweet and personable. This is a nice looking and clean RV park. If you are coming from the north, it is hard to see the sign for the entrance. Luckily, there are two entrances! The interior roads are easy to navigate and paved. The sites are gravel and mostly level. There is decent enough spacing between most sites. We traveled with friends and had a great patio area between us. Utililities worked great. The WI FI is one of the best we've experienced at an RV park. Thank you!!! Verizon had 4g and 2 bars and was pretty iffy for some reason. Directv satellite worked fine. It is quiet at night despite being right off Highway 93. The highway is very busy during the day though. Flathead Lake and a marina are right across the street. West Shore state park is also on the lake and is only a few miles away. We went there several times with our chairs and sat right in the water. We also rented kayaks and paddleboards there. We will definitely return.

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Nice park. Quiet at night. Interior roads easy to navigate. They are gravel and dirt so you will get dusty. Mostly pull thru sites and the majority are plenty long enough. The sites are gravel and decently level. There is a small grassy area. There is a little shade from trees but they don't block line of sight for satellite. Biggest ding is the sites are close together so when it's full, it's crowded. And they stay pretty busy. The back in sites appear to be monthly or long term. They are gravel with very little spacing between sites and no grass. Electric worked fine but water pressure low sometimes. WI FI just okay: get dropped a lot and it can be slow. Verizon had 4g with 4 bars. Easy drive to shopping and downtown Helena which is very accessible. Lots of hikes in the wonderful city park. Also a great farmer's market in season. There is a bike path right outside the park that is about 3-4 miles one way. We expected to be here a couple nights and stayed 2 weeks. We would return.

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This is rather a pretty little park. It's located in the country in a nice setting. The downside is that it is located right by highway 14. This is a very busy road during the day that includes lots of motorcycles. Thankfully, it quiets down at night and we were able to sleep with our windows open. The owners are friendly and helpful. It's a bit overpriced for 30 amp but it's less expensive than the other parks in the area. Sites would be very close if the campground was full which it wasn't when we were there. They advertise big rig access but from our experience that is only true when the park is fairly empty. We would have needed some fancy footwork to get in and out of our site if we had neighbors. They only offer 30 amp electric service. It was pretty hot during the day so we had to police our A/C units and run only one at a time. All sites are gravel. In fact, the park is basically a large gravel lot with utilities placed as site markers. Utilities worked fine although the water had an irony smell. Some sites have shade and some are full sun. We were not able to get Directv in our site due to trees. The WII FI worked ok. It could be slow, and we got kicked off several times. There is no Verizon coverage. Even with the park's booster we only had 1X. It is close to Big Horn and all it has to offer. We would probably stay here again but when it isn't as hot.

     

Hardin KOA

Hardin, Montana

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This is a small KOA campground situated on the outskirts of Hardin surrounded by farmland. There is some kind of plant across the road with a loud humming noise that ranges from low to high. The park does not get any marks for beauty. It's basically dirt and weeds. The interior roads are narrow and tricky maneuvering a large RV. The sites are close together especially the ones that share utilities. Our site was narrow with a tree that needs some trimming. We had to park the car sideways to fit it in our spot. No Directv due to trees. They have cable but ours was fuzzy. They advertise WII FI at the site but we could never get connected. Luckily we had 4g and 4 bars with Verizon so we used our hotspot. The water pressure is very low coming in at 20psi. The brochure says they haul in their water. Maybe that accounts for the pressure somehow. There are trains in the area that you will hear throughout the day. This park must be on the way to or from somewhere because they seem to do a steady business. Apparently, many harvesters stay here as well. Pretty pricey for what you don't get.

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What a nice state park! We came for two nights and stayed two weeks. It's strange driving to the park as you pass many oil rigs but once you are in the park you forget they exist. It's quiet during the week but busy on weekends. Right on the Missouri river with a nice marina and boat ramp. The RV sites aren't on the river but some sites have "glimpses." Many tent sites are on the river and have a beautiful view. The interior roads are narrow due to trees close to the road and overhanging limbs which we snagged at times. The sites are dirt/gravel with plenty of space between sites. Most of the sites have shade with overhanging branches that could use a trim. The Plover loop, which has full hook ups, is the exception. They have no mature trees and are in full sun. Most sites are water and electric and the water is shared and a long distance from the site. At one point, we had three RVs sharing one water spigot; however, we did not notice any effect on the pressure. Hands down the best WII FI we've had in forever!! Kudos! No Directv in the three sites we occupied but the Plover loop should have no issues. Verizon was barely 3g and 1 bar with our extender otherwise there was no coverage. Bathrooms/showers are utilitarian and so so clean. They obviously are not cleaned every day as there are lots of small dead bugs. Be prepared for ants, flies and spiders that can build webs literally overnight. We would stay here again.

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Despite a couple of negatives, we really did like this campground. The price is decent although you have to purchase a separate daily or yearly pass for the car. It is a pretty park with lots of trees. And quite a few of them could use a good trim. There are low hanging branches and tight corners. We found that taking the second entrance into the campground is a shorter distance and hence you avoid some of the trees. The first entrance involves much dodging. The loops are narrow and tight and bi-directional. It was pretty vacant when we were there so we didn't have an issue playing chicken with other RVs. The sites are placed vertically with the entrance/exit leading right into the next site. The sites are gravel/dirt and pretty darn level. There are not many sites suitable for very large RVs. Oddly, you can hear some traffic noise but it's not bad. Due to trees, we could not get satellite. Verizon was 4g with 2 bars. The camp host was very informative and warned of bad weather and spraying for mosquitoes (they can be quite vicious at times!). The bathrooms are utilitarian, but functional and very clean. The park itself is well cared for and beautiful. There are lots of picnic areas and playgrounds. Biking is available on the road as well as off road on some fun trails that are maintained. We also got to see a mink! We camped here in a 45 foot motorhome and would stay here again.

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IMHO calling this a resort is questionable. Although, we discovered the word "resort" is a high volume description for most any lodging in MN :) With the thousands of lakes in Minnesota this "resort" is on a pond. I had to call several times to make a reservation as no one answered the phone, and there was no voice mail. The building where we checked in smelled musty which was surprising as it seems to be fairly new. The park information is typed on a piece of paper, no fancy brochure. The first item was that the WII FI and cable were being upgraded. Their website inferred that both were up and running and were part of the amenities offered. WII FI only worked at the office and cable didn't work at all. This is an owner park that started up but hasn't finished. They are still constructing new RV sites. It seems when you purchase a site there is a minimal paved section in place. A few owners had poured an additional concrete pad and landscaped their site. Others, just parked in the grass. Sites ranged from very nice to a concrete pad with some scrubby grass and a tree here and there. The sites are all out in the open. There is decent spacing between sites, and they are staggered. Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. Directv worked fine. We had 4g with Verizon but barely 1 bar so a lot of calls were dropped and internet access was spotty. The interior roads are fine. The bathrooms and showers look nice. There is a small pool that looks nice as well. They advertise on the website, and when I called that there is a Class A only section. When we were there, several RVs parked in this section didn't fit the description. Not a big deal but it's false advertising - which sadly, they seem to be pretty good at. Unless they can bring this park up to real resort status, we would not stay here again and pay the price they ask. FYI - 371 is being widened so you can hear some of the construction noise but it quieted down at night.