Date of Stay: July, 2010
Great rate for a wooded setting. Yes, there are some older permanent mobile/travel homes but I didn't find it bothersome. This is not a luxurious RV campground, but as others said the staff is just so darn nice, the setting is quaint and the location to Flathead Lake, Woods Bay, is just a stone's throw away. Had Wi-Fi issues too, but so was our Verizon Broadband, so could have been the rainy weather. Our 4 yr old daughter loved the trails, the play area and the free range chickens. The sites are steep but manageable. Would stay here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
Oh my gosh, this place puts the Park in RV Park. It truly was a park-like setting. Trout ponds, a quaint bridge, streams, the gorgeous Boulder River and lush green grass. Everything was so well maintained and manicured. We intended only one night but stayed two and wished we could have stayed all summer. The ladies that managed were lovely, with the best smiles East of the Divide. There was even a huge area where we could run our Lab off leash. We parked right next to the river with views all around us. This park was recommended by another RVer, and we wish we could hug him. This park is minutes from a healthy but small downtown, great eateries and gift shopping, and about 23 miles from the Gallatin forest to see the Falls. We can't wait to go back. We stayed with our 4 yr old daughter and two dogs.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
This was our very first trip in our Fifth Wheel. We came to Miles City for the Bucking Horse Sale, and the KOA was already booked. We ended up staying here. Everything was spotless. The showers and restrooms were very new and extremely well maintained. I always wear flip flops in public showers but I didn't feel I needed to here (although I did anyway). At this time, there is no detergent available to purchase for the coin operated laundry. The machines looked new and were large enough to accommodate a week's load. The staff were so kind and helpful. Upon our late night arrival, the owner came by personally to check on us, offered help getting us hooked up, too. We brought our 9 month old English Labrador, a chihuahua mix, and 4 yr old daughter. We were able to let the dogs run into the back "pasture" which was wonderful. There was no amazing view, but the Miles City Water Tower sat high above on a butte; that was cool. Each site did have soft green grass, a picnic table and full bloomed young trees. To make up for the lack of pristine beauty, was the awesome staff, and the convenience to Super Wal Mart, Ace Hardware, Albertsons, Main Street and of course the Eastern Montana Fair. The rate seemed high even to our local Miles City friends; however, we would totally stay here again anytime we venture to Miles City.