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This KOA/Thousand Trails was a disappointment. The pull thru 50 amp site we requested had untrimmed trees which prevented us from getting into it. They moved us to a back in 30 amp site which did not have one blade of grass on it. It was impossible to keep the dirt outside and we certainly would be in a mess if it rained. There was very little grass on most sites. Personnel was extremely rude. There is no office. You call on a speaker from a locked gate (sign says NO check-ins before noon) and they drive up in a golf cart to assist you. They will fine you $25 if you go over 5 mph. They have ALOT of strange rules here. This seems to be the only big rig accessible park in the area so if you wish to see North Cascades National Park this is it. We will not return.

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The back section (across the bridge) is new, open: spacious big rig sites. Good 50 amps. Level gravel sites with new tables, patio and grass. It is quite a contrast from the front section. Very quiet country setting. Dog park and lots of area to walk the pooch.

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This is a beautiful spot! Beware - it is not big rig friendly. There is only 1 site for a big rig (#49). After you come into the campground, do not drive around the circle as the trees, overhead branches and corners are tight. You can back into the site directly from in front of the cabins. This site is along the amphitheater which gives extra room. It is a very wooded campground, but we were able to get satellite. Full 50 amp hook-ups. We made this reservation 6 months ago and are certainly glad we did. It is a hidden gem that is close to seeing everything in Tacoma and Seattle. Check-in is at 2:30! We never saw a campground host or anyone at the gate.

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This is a great spot! We have stayed here before and are never disappointed. Large, level sites with good utilities. Amenities look good even though we did not use them. Other reviews talk about the train noise but we did not find it offensive. It was fun to watch the trains go by; they did not bother us at night. Great location for visiting Mount St Helens. Lots of stuff for the kids, if you have them with you. Super place to have a rally. Roads are wide and easy to navigate. We will return again.

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The entrance to the park takes you on a very confusing drive through the day use parking lot. As we arrived on Sunday afternoon it was very busy in this area with lots of children to watch out for. We were told bluntly that check in was at 2:00 (it was 12:50). No one was in our site so he decided to let me park as there was no where for my 45' frame plus towed car to go until 2:00. Sites are long, level & spacious, but without much green grass. New hook-ups are placed appropriately. Dumpster sits next to site 25, so I would advise against choosing that site as it was not a pleasant smell. The day use part of the park is very nice with lots of grass & walking trails along the river. It is just a short walk to that area of the park. Very convenient to Eugene, Coburg and Junction City for all your RV and non-RV needs. We definitely will stay here again. Reservations are a must.

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The sites at this park are tight. They gave us Site 70 which just fit the length of our 45 ft coach, except we could not open the door because of an untrimmed tree. The rudest manager I have met in years informed me that they were busy and there was nothing he would do to rectify the problem. Eventually he did move us to Site 71 which does have a trimmed tree. Concrete pad is just wide enough for your wheels. Towed vehicle must be parked beside your rig and with slides it is difficult to get the driver side door open. Sites are so tight for larger rigs that trucks are sticking out in the street. It is very busy and I recommend reservations. Park is clean & well located. Our site was mostly dirt; no grass.

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We had a deluxe pull thru for our 45' motorhome. They do not have many long sites. Streets are paved & wide and there is concrete for a pad. Very clean and well kept park with lots of grass. It is located along the expressway and close to fast food & truck stop, so it is a little noisy. Good 50 amps.

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Everything about this park is perfect. The grass is lush & green. The streets and sites are paved and wide. Everything is clean & well kept. Personnel is friendly & helpful. We need more parks like this one. It is very busy; reservations are a must. I have one site observation: if you do not have children, or do not want to listen to them at the pool 8 hours a day, do not take sites 1-5. If you have a family those are the perfect locations; if not they are right in the middle of the action. I do not criticize the park for this location; however, I will keep this in mind when reserving my next visit. Easy access from expressway.

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Very clean, well maintained park along the Coeur d'Alene River. Extremely busy; full every night. Reservation is a must. We have stayed on a beautiful riverfront lot previously; however, even though I made a reservation 6 months in advance, none were available. Our pull-thru barely fit our motorhome and towed vehicles are parked everywhere. Every site has grass and there is lots of green space around the park. Roads are tight and can be confusing. The picnic table needed to be replaced. Even with its drawbacks, we enjoy the location and will return again (hopefully getting a better site).

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I really like this park but it has negatives. Positives: Small park with newly paved streets and concrete pads, great location as it is right next to CDA Trail for biking, moose viewing in the nearby ponds, lots of grass. Personnel is very friendly. Negatives: Old 30 amp electric; they keep the roads blocked with cones which you have to keep moving every time you leave the park, overhead wires & tree limbs can make it difficult for big rigs to enter/exit the park. I did not see inside the restrooms but the building is very old. There is lots of potential for this park if a few improvements were made.

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Very clean, well run small park away from the expressway. Lots of trees but we still had satellite reception. The lots are wide, level and there are lots of grass & flowers. Good 50 amps. I suggest unhooking out on the street before turning into the park as the area around the office could be tight if someone is parked there. The streets are paved and slightly tight for big rigs but manageable. Very quiet and relaxing and only a few minutes to downtown Missoula. Good place to overnight before heading north towards Glacier.

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This Class A motorcoach park overlooks Flathead Lake. The 2 upper tier pull-in sites have spectacular views. Ours was fully landscaped with a gas firepit, outdoor kitchen & table with granite countertops and comfortable upholstered furniture (site 180). The back-in sites on the 2nd tier have no views and the views from the bottom tier is limited. Everything is clean & well managed and service is excellent. What makes this "resort" unique is that there is a KOA behind it. Check-in, clubhouse & pool are all shared with the KOA. If you are expecting a majestic clubhouse & pool as you normally find at these type resorts you will be disappointed. The view of Flathead Lake & the Mission Mountains along with the amenities of your individual site is what makes this resort worth the money. This is the second time we have stayed here and will come again. Be sure to follow the directional signs when approaching the park as the first driveway is for the KOA and the second driveway is for the Motorcoach Resort. Streets are paved and wide.

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I believe that this is the best place to stay while visiting Butte. It is only 15 miles away. The 50 amp site we had was a back-in and it was 100 ft long (sites 87-99). Level, lots of grass and no one across from you. Very quiet and private compared to the pull-through sites. The restroom was extremely clean and seemed to have been recently remodeled. Wi-Fi was good. Everything in the park was clean & tidy. Views are beautiful.

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Signage to reach the park is not good. After you exit the expressway you will wonder where to go. It is straight up the hill between the 2 large wooden posts to the right of the temporary sign. Do not go down the "dead end" road. On top is a nice, flat campground. If you are a tall vehicle (5th wheel or big rig) be aware that the trees have not been trimmed in front of the office. They crashed into the side and top of our rig. I could not get the front door open. When I mentioned it at check-in they did not seem interested in resolving the problem. Our site (#1) is a large pull-through with plenty of grass and privacy (on the corner). The back-in spaces are without grass for the most part and are very small. The site was level. The sewer hookup is below grade and difficult to attach to as evidenced by the mess left at the sewer connection next to us. They have a nice pool and playground. It is a good location for visiting Bozeman.

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Excellent park that is extremely clean & well kept. Our premium site was large and level with a nice patio, swing, fire pit and table and chairs. There are trees but our satellite was able to squeak through them. There are lots of things for kids to do including a brand new miniature golf course. They have a restaurant serving meals all day; however, we did not try it. The roads are tight but manageable. Good 50 amps. The location is easy to find off of I-90. Personnel were very friendly at check-in.