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Stayed here 5 nights at a shady site w/ our toddler and 11-y-o. Swings for the kids, volleyball net, picnic tables, nicely kept park. Right off Hwy 2 and only 5 miles from West entrance of Glacier Nat. Park -- very convenient. Great managers, very friendly and accommodating. Bathroom/showers and laundry facility are spacious and clean. There's also a community room open 24-hrs a day with coffee pot, internet and TV so when my mom and I woke at 5am we could go there and let the rest of the family sleep. There's also a park store stocked with basics and a gift shop next door with gem panning for the kids and more groceries. Overall, a great park.



Wolf Point, Montana

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Run-down, but adequate for a quick overnight stay. Adjacent to the highway so very convenient. Showers/bathrooms were poorly lit and filthy, and the floor was spongy with rotting spots underneath the vinyl flooring. There was also a strong smell of sewage during our stay from a dump gone wrong, so this colored our experience. No playground equipment, but a grassy area to run and play for our toddler. Overall, a depressing, run down park, but okay esp. if you don't have kids and are only staying for a night.

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Only stayed here one night, but wish we could've stayed longer! Friendly service, pool, and small playground for the kids with clean/spacious bathhouse and well-kept grounds. Parking spaces are close together, but many have picnic tables and are divided by a row of shrubs for privacy.

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This is a no-frills, adequate place to spend the night. Malta is a somewhat run-down town, but Riverside's parking spaces are large with easy turnaround for RVs. Park is adjacent to a small playground for the kids. Clean shower and bathhouse. Walking distance from a restaurant and Dairy Queen.