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As mentioned, no water or sewer at sites. Some sites are close to water facets and can be reached using hose but they discourage leaving hose hooked up. Electric was very good even with all campers using A/C. No insect issues even though on Mississippi river. The south sites have nice view of river and have tables and fire pits. We would stay here again even though there is a city park a few miles further south. Train and traffic noise was not noticeable. As usual COE hosts were helpful and courteous. We would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained city RV park. Sites are a mixture of paved and gravel sites. Some sites shaded, others open. Great paved walking / bike path along river. It is close to the Lewis & Clark Interpretive center. Nice overnight facility. It is on the Missouri River, but only saw private boats. It was a good overnight stop.

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This is a very nice overnight park. There were several long term campers in nice shady sites. They share the pool with the Super 8 motel next door. There are two sets of shower facilities. The one by the pool is older and small. The set by the office are larger, newer and cleaner. Wi-Fi does not reach the more distant sites; however, they said they are working on the problem. There is some road noise. Several nearby restaurants. Be sure to visit the Corn Palace which is in the center of town, with RV parking.

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This is a convenient COE park to I-75 if traveling through Georgia. Most of the sites have leveling issues even though they are on asphalt. We were stopping for an overnight and to avoid evening travel through Atlanta. It is only about 25 miles north of I-285 & I-75. We stayed on a Friday and were able to get in without reservations. Water pressure was good. Electric was very good. Watch out for ants and be sure to spray tires and supports. We battled ants for days after staying.

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This is a very nice "Club Membership" park. We are members and enjoyed its closeness to the attractions and price. The showers are located in the pool facilities and a separate building. The "Club House" is used for the sales presentation and is not always available. The park is well maintained, as they are trying to sell memberships. Water pressure and electric is good even with a full park. Wi-Fi at our site was good. As nice as it is, it is not worth paying the non-member price.

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Level gravel sites. I did not have to disconnect or use blocks to have a level floor. Owner was friendly, but did not guide us to site. If you are an overnighter, it appears that they place you in a pull through site up front near the road. This makes early departure quiet for other campers. They have late night check in after hours.

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This an older campground that needs more care than the present owners or managers are providing. When we checked in the receptionist signed us in, took our money and then told us to take any vacant site. There are some level sites but most are on a hill and require leveling. We were there mid week and the CG was very quiet (except for the train). It is about 6 miles from a Wal-Mart. There is a very nice fishing pond with a limit of 3 fish per day per person. If I were in the area I again I think I would stay elsewhere.

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As previous reviews stated, this is an aged RV park. It has several monthly renters and several of the sites show wear. Bathrooms are clean though they are designed for rough usage (metal walls, concrete floors, etc.) Wi-Fi worked well. It is very close to the Big Horn County Historical Museum, which is a must-see attraction. It is also within walking distance to several fast food restaurants.

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The waterfront is the fishing pond. The rate is Coast-to-Coast. The reason I gave it a 9 was that there is no pool. The past reviews are right on. It is located just off US89 (one of the nation's beautiful drives from Glacier NP to Yellowstone). This is a very quiet and safe campground. I wish it was closer to where I live. We strongly recommend it to anyone passing through. The Wi-Fi was very good. Water and electric was strong.

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This is our second time here and can see improvements over last year. They have cleared a path down to the river (more like a large stream) and fishing is good. You do need a license. The showers and bathrooms are very clean. We will stay here again if in the area. Also, it is about 45 minutes to East Glacier Visitor center, which connects to the Road to the Sun and to Many Glaciers as well as Two Medicine Lake by shuttle.

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The campground is very nice, clean and management is helpful. They have no social events, no pool, the power drops to 110 if you use A/C. Water pressure is high, so be sure you have a pressure valve. The Wi-Fi is good but slow as more people sign on. It is about 18 miles to the West Glacier visitors center. For some reason, they do not allow showers access after 10 PM. Even with the good reviews I think the price is high for the park. However, all the high rated RV parks in the West Glacier NP area are (IMO) overpriced. I doubt if I will be coming this way again so I will write off the cost as helping the local economy.

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The nice points have been covered by past posters, Cons are overnighters are offered sites near freeway with noise. I was able to get a site away from freeway by asking. The power drops substantially when A/C is used. However, it was hot and everyone had A/C on. Sites are very close. If I were to come again, I would check power at site before setting up. Rate reflects Coast-to-Coast resort fee.

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This park is located several miles off I-90 so is not really an overnight stopover location. As stated before - the roads are gravel with pot holes that need graded and are dusty, speed limit is 5 MPH and followed by about half of the campers. It is busy on weekends but quiet at night. There were no planned activities while we were there. I would not describe it as a resort but more of a nice wooded state park campground with a swimming pool. We used it as a nice 3 day overnight rest on a long trip. We would most likely not stay here again if in the area.

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Add to previous reviews that they now have good WIFI in the park. Tables at each site. Great management. Be sure to look at the cabin (?) in a 1500 year old tree stump. The rate is PA. We would stay here again if passing through.

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The rate is Passport America. The shade is provided by young trees at this time. Office check-in was very nice and helpful. All sites and roads are paved and level. Water pressure is very good, as well as electric. Showers and toilets are tiled. Showers are private stalls with solid doors. The park is convenient to I-5 and easy on and off. Wi-Fi was good to the site. We would stay here again if in the area. I did not see phone hookups. CATV was good.