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Main drive is paved and other roads & sites are dirt. Sites are fairly level, pull through for big rigs. They have a restaurant for breakfast. It was average. Utilities worked fine except 30 amp didn't work at our site. No TV on antenna & Dish could not get through the trees. Wifi worked good but slow. Laundry is $2.25 to wash & .25 for 7 min dry. Park is 2.5 miles west of West Glacier & 14 miles east of Columbia Falls. Good location for visiting Glacier NP. Just way to much to pay for water, electric, sewer & a picnic table in my opinion. No discounts.

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Typical RV park near major hwy. Fast, friendly & easy check in. 50 amp, big rig friendly. Pull in sites but they are really close together. RV next to us had awning out & we really could not swing wide enough so basically backed into site. Sites are gravel and on a terraced hill. They are fairly level front to back, not so much side to side. Utilities and Wifi worked very good. Laundry was $1.25 to wash & $1.00 to dry. Like so many of the RV parks up north, I feel they are too expensive but this park was much cheaper than major chain downtown.

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Friendly staff, good cafe, WiFi worked great, all utilities worked great. Sites are tight. Central to lots of hiking trails, Custer St. Pk, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse etc. Every RV park in this area is expensive.

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$9.00 per night with Senior Card -- would certainly come back if ever in this area. We hiked several trails and biked in the park. Went over to the State park and saw juvenile Bald Eagles on 2 different days. Also went to Mushroom Rock state park. Sites are fairly level.

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This RV site met our needs. 50 amp, water, sewer, laundry. Very nice, friendly people. Easy check-in. They provided info for things to do. Sites are gravel/grass, level, some shade. This is not a "beautiful" park but I'd come back but doubt I will ever be in this area again.

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Very few sites with 50 amp & 2 of them were occupied with the locals parking their boats & trailers on them. Also ppl parking right in the road & can't get around. Called to complain but problem was still not resolved. Been here 2 wks & never saw a park ranger. Grass is tall. No sewer. Quiet park. Bathrooms were clean but toilets were running every time I went in.

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Most importantly to note -- fill your tanks before you come to this park. There are water faucets at the bathrooms, but they are NOT threaded to allow you to fill with a garden hose. Road #69 is dirt. The south end is very, very steep & crooked. The camp host was very nice & helpful. Price reflects senior pass.

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Nice park. Level paved sites. Three things to note- the faucets around the campground are NOT threaded. Why?? I do not know. You must fill your tanks up at the dump station prior to parking. Secondly, they did not take credit cards at the office. Thirdly, all legs on your RV must have wooden/plastic pads under them. It is quite a drive to the dam and other sight seeing, but we would still come back here again.

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First thing - warning about the untrimmed trees if you value your paint job. We have full body paint & got scratches on both sides from 1 end to the other. Many people live here on the same rate for yrs at a time. They don't take reservations, so call ahead. Paved sites, but can have big drop offs on the sides. Very pretty lake. Close to shopping & interstate. They won't tell you this but if you pay for 6 days, they give 7th free.

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PA not accepted in summer. Nice level gravel sites. Full hookups. Three miles from the volcano. Family run. Kids help run the place & are the most respectful hard working kids that I've ever seen. We stayed 2 nights & would come back.

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This is a simple RV park with sewer, water, wifi & electric. They have 1 toilet & 1 shower combo. There is one washer & 1 dryer. Rhonda the camp host was very nice & helpful. We paid the monthly rate but only stayed 20 days. They would not accept a credit card for payment, we had to pay cash, but they did insist on a credit card & an extra $50 charge in case we went "over" on electric. Rhonda said they would issue a credit if we did not go over on the electric. After we backed in & began hooking up we discovered that we would be "sharing" an electric meter with neighbors. After much questioning, we were told that they were "permanents" and "never went over". Needless to say, we were never refunded any of the $50.00. The Wifi, electricity, & water were fine. We had to share the sewer hole with the neighbor, who kept his hose attached all the time. We had to let him know each time we needed to dump & remove his hose from the hole. There is a truck depot/warehouse right beside the park. Trucks come & go, disconnect/reconnect ALL the time. Sorry, but no, we would not stay here again.

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They have thought of everything here. Cable TV, Wi-Fi, laundry, etc. We loved it because it is so close to Little River Canyon and several other sites. Owners friendly and helpful. We would definitely return.

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Girl that checked us in was not friendly or helpful but the park is really nice. We used the washer & dryers-$1.50 each. Swim beach is nice. We would stay here again. Rate is the senior rate.