Date of Stay: July, 2014
I was told that we had free Wi-Fi. It never worked in the 8 days we were there. SO slow. Cable TV didn't work either. You had to get a converter box from the office and still never got more than 10 minutes of uninterrupted TV. Sometimes we like watching in the evening, but not having TV is no real big deal, but we've never been to a campground where you had to get a special converter box, and still no TV. So other than no Wi-Fi and no TV, the place is really very nice. Lots of space and shade if you are lucky enough to reserve far enough in advance to get a full hook-up sight in the trees. Otherwise, you are on the concrete pad with water and electricity only. HOT HOT HOT. It's the only hook-up game in the area so they have you over a barrel and have no need to try to improve anything. They are always full. Didn't use their bathrooms, so can't really comment as others have.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
The sites were very large. much larger than most RV parks, and snuggled amongst huge Redwood trees. The bathrooms and showers were clean and the pool was wonderful. They had activities for the kids all weekend long including pie eating contests, canoe races in the pool, horse racing, tee shirt decorating contests, Karaoke etc.. All 4 of our grand kids won something and had a blast. They have a shuffle board court, a ladder ball area, a volleyball court, and basketball. The river was gorgeous and worth the hike down and back up. The kids safely swam and played with inner tubes in the river. The kids loved the Confusion Hill house across the road too. The staff was on their toes as this was a busy full camp weekend and they did well. One caution is that their Wi-Fi does not work with Macs, but if you drive your laptop to Leggett and park outside the school your Mac will light right up with no password needed. As with any school, certain sights are blacked out, but I got my e-mails and baseball stats with no problem. We loved our stay there and will go back again.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
This place was old and a bit shabby. It is decked out in gold rush era decor, including the staff. The staff was friendly, but there was no pool for the kids and the sites were cramped and dusty. If it wasn't close to Columbia, which is the big attraction, it would be empty.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We stayed with our 4 grandkids and it was very kid friendly. The pool is huge, the sites are of ample size and the new addition of a giant bouncing pillow was a huge hit. They have kid activities on the weekends and the kids had a great time as did we.
Date of Stay: October, 2009
This place is a gem if you are lucky enough to be here when the wind is not howling. It's right on the lake, you look up at the magnificent Prince of Wales hotel. It is spacious, clean, beautiful with wild deer walking all around. You are in the heart of town and can walk to anywhere and everywhere. There is a beautiful waterfall at the mountain side of the camp. It was 70 degrees with a slight breeze for the week we were here and it was heaven. The boat tour, the wildlife, the golf course, the drive to Red Rock Canyon, saw bear and moose, the drive to Lake Cameron are just a few of the highlights. This is the Northern Tip of Glacier National Park, but on the Canadian side of the border. If you go to Glacier Park, bring your passports, cross the border and don't miss Waterton Lakes National Park. You will never forget it.