Date of Stay: August, 2010
We chose this campground based on previous reviews concerning its friendly staff. The fact that it is only about 3 miles from the west entrance to Glacier Park made it convenient, too. The campsites are nice and wooded, some are dirt and some have blacktop pads. We initially were assigned a larger dirt site and we couldn't level our 40 foot rig (3 wheels off the ground), but the staff was quick to accommodate us with another site which worked well. The campsite is close to the road and you can hear road noise most of the day. At check-in, there was one person working and the process was very slow. While we waited some time to be helped, the only worker left the desk and slowly walked the person before us to their campsite. Some may see this as very personal service, but when there are several people waiting to be checked in it loses its charm. Once we were helped, there was no information offered to us concerning camp rules and regulations. We are traveling with a puppy, so we noticed a posted sign that the dog walk area was along the highway. When I passed the playground area on the way to the dog walk area, the pup decided to squat right then. I quickly picked it up, when a staff person stepped out of the office to yell across the yard at me. I apologized, explaining that I was headed to the dog walk area. She continued to be belligerent and headed back into the office shouting insults to me. In the 10 months we have been on the road, I have never been treated so rudely. It is true that they have cinnamon rolls and serve up breakfast and have homemade pies available for purchase, but the "hospitality" does not carry through to all the staff. We will not return to this campground.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
This was the best most nicely maintained campground we have stayed at in the 10 months of travel we have made. From the point we entered the grounds, you could tell that the owners truly cared for their property and it carries over to the campers enjoyment of the carefully planted flowers. Within an hour of our setting up, the owner was over to welcome us, which they did throughout our visit. We were invited to a Blues fest in their club room, which was really enjoyable and featured some authentic Tennessee Bluegrass musicians. We enjoyed our time there so much, that we extended our stay and would stay here again without a doubt.