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I like this campground. It's WIFI worked fine and the sites are level with hookups in good working order. This campground is very easy to get around in and has sites for every size. The dog area is huge and well cared for.

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We arrived a day early and they helped us out by getting us a site. We moved to our real site the next morning and everything was great. The sites are pine needles and not very level which makes for leveling problems and standing water after it rains. Most sites are surrounded by huge old trees. The next night the park lost power for approx. 4 hours. We didn't have power, however our neighbor did. I was told it was probably my rig but they would check it out. Turned out to be a bad site breaker. Was told they would replace it but no one did so we had on and off power all night. We left the next morning at 11:00 and still no fix to our problem. Just horrible service.

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This park is over priced for what it offers. The sites are very close together and the layout is not the best. Electric worked fine and was placed in an OK place.

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I really enjoyed this park. The site areas are semi- mowed in an area big enough to keep the mosquito's down. We had Elk in the campground every day. One day we had a bear pass through. The folks who were our neighbors were really nice. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.

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This park has almost no shade trees and lots of mosquito's. When you park your camper be sure to hang to the passenger side to avoid the stones on the driver side. These stones make it difficult to get around your camper to hookup your utilities. With the lake right there it offers great boating for everybody. I was surprised to find most of the people camping not very friendly. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.

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Overall a nice park with half moon shaped parking pullouts. Great place to view the mountains around Banff. Utilities worked fine and are spaced in the right area. Park is kept fairly nice and the rangers are not real helpful. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.

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Park has great views of mountains around the area. Sites are not the most level I ever had but do work. Just outside the park you can see black bears on both sides of the highway. Water and electric worked just fine, however the sewer connection is in the middle of the gravel site and not at all easy to get to. We camped here in a 40' motorhome.

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Front office lady can be a little bit of a pain. However the park is well maintained and has a good dog area. Most sites are pull through with easy access and level. WIFI was non-existent no matter the time. This park is busy with no vacancy most nights. It's about a 20 minute ride to the west entrance of Glacier.

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This park is so well kept by the owners. Large trees around sites, however the sun can still get through--which I like. Utilities were in the correct location and in good working order. Sites are close but are angled to give good privacy.

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This is a nice park with tall trees everywhere. The front desk was extremely nice and showed us to our site. This park had a welcoming attitude from the front desk to the other campers. Utilities were located in the proper spot and worked well. Our rig is 40' long.

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Great park for an overnight stay. The site had 50 amp and water with a dump station in the park. This park is not fancy but fits the bill for those passing through. Our rig is 40' long.

     

Hardin KOA

Hardin, Montana

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Overall this is a decent campground. Campground roads and parking sites need a new layer of gravel. The workers and owners were extremely helpful and polite. Price is a little stiff for this campground. The location is near Little Big Horn which was nice. Our rig is 40' long.

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This campground could use some tree trimming so larger rigs like our 40-footer could use the facilities. I loved this area and found the park to be nice. Sites are large but limbs make them not available for most units.

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Park was nice with several sites available early in the morning. It is tight with a big rig--some branches need to be trimmed. Several sites could hold a 40' motorhome. However, with the tree branches it really negates a lot of options. Trimming branches is an easy fix that would allow more people to enjoy a National Park. I really could love this park with just a little more care given to tree trimming.

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In six years of full timing this park ranks in the top ten. Sites and park are just great. Some trees for shade with the rest looking like a manicured yard. I would suggest loop 3 if you are in a big rig like our 40-footer. Lots of families were present on the weekend with well behaved children having a great time.