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This is an attractive campground with excellent amenities. Our pull-through spot was located at the back of the park, not far from the showers/bathrooms. The lady who checked us in was cheerful, courteous, friendly, and helpful. The bathrooms/showers were spotless and well-appointed with new tile and nice hand-held shower-heads. The bathrooms are handicap-friendly. This is a rather large park with many long-term residents. Wi-Fi coverage is excellent and its bandwidth adequate. I only have two complaints about this facility: 1) the streets are a very sandy gravel, making trips to the showers in sandals a bit unpleasant and causing the floor of both our car and our RV to be thoroughly covered with sand; 2) they accept only cash or check (no credit cards).



Lewis & Clark RV Park

Shelby, Montana

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This park is conveniently located near Exit 364 of I-15. The RV park is very open, with gravel streets and little foliage. The pull-through spots are really "parallel parking" spots, not true pull-throughs. It appears that the camp's owners are on duty in the office and neither husband nor wife is very cheerful or welcoming. The Wi-Fi coverage is inadequate as connections cannot be maintained due to a weak signal. We were warned at check-in that we might have problems with the Wi-Fi and should bring our device to their 'patio' if that was the case. So this is a known problem. The bathrooms/showers consist of two separate rooms each for both men and women (total of four). Each room contains a toilet, sink and shower; the extra privacy that this affords is nice. However, the bathrooms are rather tawdry, with some devices broken/not properly functional, and not as clean as I would have liked. This RV park is tolerable for a one-night stay but it is by no means a desirable destination.