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It's a beautiful campground with friendly hosts. However the really great sites are taken by those staying for the season and therefore there are limited big rig sites. We did make our reservations very late and the owners (not their employee who works the desk) worked hard to accommodate our desires and multiple day (including over a busy weekend) stay. Campground is very well kept, not problem with utilities, level sites, etc. Wifi not good, but hey, we are in the middle of no where!

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Once again, i can't possibly explain other people's ratings of this park. While it's stuffed full because there is nothing from Miles City to Great Falls (300+ miles), it is not anything like what their web site shows. You have to wonder where they got their pictures. Permanent people get the trees. Overnighters are out in the open. It's a bit difficult for big rigs but not impossible. About 10 ft between sites with a patch of grass. Some roads are asphalt, some gravel. RVs park on gravel. It is certainly not what we are use to paying $38 for!

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This has to have been the biggest joke we have ever run into. We enter the town of Terry: every street has pot hole beyond pot hole. Went to the worst part of this very small town by the freeway, and see about 15 "rv sites" (only because they offer power, electric and sewer). We can't explain how this park got 8.2 rating. We have NEVER seen a worse RV park.

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This is a 55+ park and mainly a winter destination. We actually stayed from the end of Sept 2015 through March 2016. The park wakes up starting in November when people start arriving. There are a plethora of activities, a wonderful sewing room with cutting boards, rulers, etc. pickle ball, lawn bowling, horse shoes, a bike club, cards, knitting, clogging, exercise classes, a restaurant etc. There is also a small post office, laundry, hair salon, nail salon and church on site. The people who live and stay in the park are just wonderful, friendly and helpful. You couldn't find nicer people. The park is gated and has security. So the problem? Management of the park. The overall managers are terse, rude and have a don't care attitude. They downgrade a wonderful park with their attitudes. The stories abound of people being fired on the spot and even in public for slight or no infractions. The managers lack people skills and rule with an iron hand.

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It's the desert and the temperature is 106 in the evening! The park is clean even though there are many long term stays with older RVs. Mangers are nice and helpful. Sites are gravel with no patio but a picnic table. Easy access in and out.

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our rate was a week rate. Staff at this park are very nice. Park is clean and have very nice amenities. Streets are paved and pad and patio are concrete. Grass was green even though it was very hot and CA is having a drought. Garbage picked up at site. Pool could use some cleaning as there was dirt at the bottom and on the steps. Small shopping center with market only 1 block away. We enjoyed our stay.

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We actually stayed here for 1 month since we were visiting family and had locked in for a month at $528. Sites are on dead grass and dirt. Many permanent party in Mobile homes and RVs in half the park. It's pretty amazing how full this park is since it's very difficult for big rigs, wifi is horrible, very few sites are satellite friendly and the cable tv also does not work. Some office staff very nice, one not so much. Playground was totally disgusting with mostly dirt (chips hadn't been replaced for years) and equipment that had never been cleaned. Very pretty camping area for tents on green grass with trees. It is off the road and quiet when it's not a weekend where 300 small kids show up. Every other RV is reversed so if you are traveling with people you could share common space; however, you could also share common space with many children!

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Campground hosts are very nice people who do what they can to accommodate. Good space between sites, grounds kept up. We stayed here in July 2015 in a Class A for about 10 days. Town of Twisp is also a fun place to visit the local pub.

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Nice park and good for big rigs. The roads in the park are easy to navigate, the park is clean, off the road to miss the noise but not far from I90. Gravel roads, picnic table and fire pit. We were in site 44 which was easy to enter and easy to exit for a big rig with a toad.

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We had reservations. Were told that there were no sites large enough for our 43 ft with toad, we also requested Satellite friendly. Arrived around 4 pm, at least 10 - 15 sites big enough for our RV with Toad but they "said" all sold out. Our site indicated that the park had some problems, the sewer had been recently dug up with a pile of mud all around it. Used every inch of 25' sewer hose. Satellite would not work because of tree right in the SW area. "Something" has happened at this park involving the sewer sites which they are not admitting. We left after 5PM and EVERY site previously opened was still opened.

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Don't be fooled by the ugly mobile home park you have to come through as you first turn off the main road - the RV park is gorgeous. Pull - throughs face the river, asphalt sites with grass and picnic table.

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The first time we stayed at this park we really enjoyed it because of the wonderful view. Unfortunately we returned this year in Oct. We'd made a reservation 2 weeks in advance, stressing that we wanted a pull-through, were 43 ft. with a tow and needed 50 amp. When we got there we discovered that this park has converted one site into 2 sites, making parking very close. Worse yet, there is only one power pole and whoever arrives first gets the 50 amp (which is not told to you when you make the reservation). Being an all electric RV out set up went from the normal 10 minutes to a 1.5 hr. saga as they tried to hook us up to a 50 amp 2 sites away! ONLY after the nice man next door agreed to move his 50 amp to one site away could we finally reach his 50 amp with our 50 ft line AND an extension. And we needed an extension for not only the power cord but also the sewer and the cable. This is NOT a user friendly RV park because of the conversion of one site into two. In my mind if you have the policy "first come, gets the 50 amp", you cannot take reservations for a 50 amp without telling them of your greedy policy - you get charged for a 50 amp but you may not get one.

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Cute little RV park with beautiful lush grass between sites. Some sites pull through sites are easily 80ft long and easy to navigate. Park surrounded by trees with a BBQ restaurant in walking distance. Not a big park, but extremely gracious and friendly hosts.

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Wellington KOA is not up to KOA standards in our opinion. It's fine for an overnight stay. People are nice enough, but it's not a destination stay or even a 2 night stay. Business was slow in late April; probably, 2 to 4 permanent party and 2 others overnight with us. You can do better.

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Bentsen Palm Village RV Park is located less than 1/2 mile from the state birding park and about 1 mile from a butterfly farm. The review in Feb 2013 wasn't quite accurate as while the site conditions and locations are varied, the pricing is also varied at least the monthly rates. I'm not sure what activities were missed as there were dances, a barbeque, Margarita night, beer tasting, wine tasting, several breakfasts, a few potlucks, music concerts, sewing, horse racing, horse shoes, crafting, quilting, Swedish weaving, and a great wood shop. Every Friday there are two music events for a very reasonable price, usually entertainers from Branson, MO that come to the valley for winter. At least once a week musicians in the park get together for a jam session to which everyone is invited. A vegetable vendor also comes once a week. Sites: there are 4 circles of pull-through sites. The sites in 3 of the circles are asphalt with concrete patios. The 4th circle has concrete pull-throughs and concrete patios. There are also back-in sites that are concrete with concrete patios and what is known as the "super sites". The super sites are back in, double wide concrete with a small "shed" on the site and a large backyard. There are two bath houses and laundries (one at each end of the park). The swimming pool is small for approximately 200 to 250 guests that stay the winter. In previous years the park is full usually by mid-Dec until the end of Feb. BPV won two park awards this year, but an unfortunate end of the season event may cause many previous guests not to return. We won't go into details (which is what soured the guests) but the RV sites in this park are going up for sale. The prices range from the high 20's for back-ins to about 40,000 to 45,000 for the beloved circles and almost $50,000 for the super sites. The circles are enjoyed by many since they become a family within a family. Each circle has an amenity in the center which always makes a great place to meet and greet your neighbors. We have camped at BPV for 2 years for 4+ months in a Class A 40ft. Rate listed is approximate day winter rate based on monthly stays.