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We stayed in the RV park for an overnight in July with our 30' travel trailer. It was easy to find and very nice. Yes, the park has back-to-back sites, but the park was pretty empty so everyone basically took a whole/double drive-thru site. Each site was paved, had a picnic table, grass and shade trees. It was a pleasant surprise! We would stay here again.

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We spent 3 nights here in a travel trailer. The campground host was very friendly and the grounds were very well kept. The bathroom facilities were clean. We love staying here on the river side watching the boats go through the locks. It is quiet and peaceful with lots of wildlife viewing. One of our favorite places.

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This place would get a ten except for potholes and with rain it can get soggy at the campsites. People have complained about the water taste and smell and I did not have that experience at all!! The staff was very nice and helpful and the restrooms were some of the cleanest I've seen. Great over the air TV and didn't use my satellite.

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Nice setting with lots of trees and shade. There are many seasonal/permanent campers. They expect everyone to use your own facilities, so there aren't many bathrooms or showers. The sites are somewhat tight. If you had slides on both sides you might not fit into a site. If it rained, it might be kind of messy with the gravel sites, but the sites are level. Cable and WiFi are good. Small pool. Convenient off the Interstate and quiet. We camped here for an overnight and would come back again.

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We stayed here for an overnight in our 30' RV. It is close to the Interstate for easy access, but quiet. We were the only transients here, with a few permanents. There is a nice pool and the office person was friendly. The Wi-Fi was fast. The sites are grassy and shady. The bathrooms and showers were older, but clean. We would definitely stay here again.

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The campground has lots of shade, but it might get muddy with rain. We spent one overnight here. The bathrooms/showers were clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. Easy to find off the Interstate. Good cable. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here for an overnight in our travel trailer. It was expensive at $48 with the Good Sam's discount. The place is well kept with cement everywhere except for a grass strip along each site. The cement pads are domed in the middle so it can be necessary to level your rig. There is no pool or other amenities, but there is a nice laundry and community room (storm shelter). We would stay here again if we passed through.

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We stayed her for a quick overnight and found it to be better than we expected. The person who reviewed this park in July ahead of us must have been at a different park. The sites were well-kept for the most part. Bathrooms were huge and clean with more sinks and showers than we've ever seen. There is a nice hot tub, pool, and mini golf for a park that is not a destination park. The restaurant on-site has a nice menu with reasonable prices and a happy hour. The price we paid is with a Good Sam discount. The girl in the office was extremely helpful and pleasant. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here 6 nights. Choose a full hookup site if you can. If you choose to be in a non-full hookup site, you can fill up with water at an empty site and there is a dump station available or again you can use an empty site. The sites are very spacious and far apart. There is lots of privacy. There is a shower house in each loop and multiple bathroom houses which includes a laundry ($1.75 wash, $1.25 dry for 80 minutes). It seems to be busy on the weekends, but is very quiet during the week. There is a beautiful beach and bike trail. They have horseback riding and a boat ramp. You have to pay $8/day to enter the park and then an additional $22-28 for camping depending on the day of the week. There is a grocery store and other services nearby. It has a beautiful setting in the foothills and convenient to get into the mountains for whatever you want to do. This is a beautiful park and we would stay here again.

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We stayed here one night. Nice bathrooms and clean. Site was level and nicely groomed. Just out of town. Nice pool. Staff was friendly and escorted you to your site. Very quiet. Would stay here again.

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We stayed here a week to visit Glacier National Park. One of the nicer KOAs we've stayed at. Sites are well kept, with campfire pits that have built-in benches. The KOA is impeccably manicured and clean. So are the bathrooms, but there aren't enough of them. There is a nice fenced-in dog park and nice grass at each site. There are some deluxe sites with outdoor furniture, table, grill, and umbrella on a cement slab. KOA is close to town, about 5 miles. West Glacier is the popular side of the park so getting into the park in the morning can be slow. Get there early. Going-to-the-Sun road is close at Apgar Village. West Glacier to Logan Pass is the longer part of GTTS road and more beautiful than the other side from St. Mary. The road is under construction from St. Mary to Logan Pass and can be slow. You can catch the Red Bus at the KOA office for tours. The also have evening programs for the campers. They serve breakfast and dinner and have a great ice cream shoppe. The staff is friendly and helpful.

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We stayed a week here to visit Glacier National Park. They have lots of activities. They serve breakfast, dinner, and have a pizzeria. The pool is very nice and they have a hot tub. Go to the pool/hot tub during the day when everyone is gone. The kids take over late in the afternoon and evening. You can catch the Red Bus from the KOA to take a tour. Our site was F6 and it seemed to be the site that everyone cut through to get to the office. The rows are long without any way to get through without cutting through someone's site. Not acceptable. We had a fabulous view of the mountains--great sunsets. Bathrooms are clean, but there aren't enough of them. Staff is friendly and helpful. KOA is close to the park entrance, lodge, and visitor's center...about 5 minutes away. Fill up your gas tank before you get there. Gas is expensive. St. Mary is close to Waterton Lakes Nat'l Park in Canada, Many Glacier area of the park and lots of wildlife. We rode horses and took the boat tour of two lakes w/a short hike to Grinnell Lake out of the Many Glacier area. Great location to visit Glacier!

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We stayed here on the way out west and on the way back. Bathrooms are old but clean. We had a pull-through site with grass. Sites are nicely done. It was a provisioning stop for us in both directions and has a Wal-Mart, grocery stores, or whatever you need nearby.

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We stayed here 4 nights so we could visit Yellowstone. The park is on the Yellowstone River. What a beautiful setting with a view of the mountains. The park is impeccable! Everything is high quality and spotless from bathrooms/showers to landscaping. We really enjoyed our stay here and would stay here again. It is a little far from Yellowstone (about 30 miles), but we were in a pinch to find a place to stay at the last minute over the 4th of July. We were happy to find this place. Everyone was very friendly and helpful.

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We stayed here two nights. We wanted to visit the town of Red Lodge and ride on the Beartooth Highway. It is a must-see! The highway is AWESOME and unbelievable! Red Lodge is a fun town with lots to see and Cooke City is a good stop for lunch on the Beartooth before you turn around to drive back. The site we had was up front near the office. It was OK, but we would ask to be put in the back section next time where there is more grass and space. The staff is friendly and helpful.