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We stayed for 3 nights and you certainly can't complain about the view. Basically right at the entrance to Glacier NP. Staff was friendly, but several seemed to be in training so check-in was somewhat slow. We were located in the first row of sites below the office and found it annoying to have other campers and some of the younger staff feel it was OK to walk through our site to the office even with us sitting at the table. When I said something to one of the staff walking through they just shrugged and kept going. I will say that there are no direct paths from the lower rows to the office except the roads at the end. The camp store is pretty well stocked and they serve great ice cream. There is only a very small "market" in town which really has only pre-packaged items available, so come prepared. Roadways were narrow and spaces were tight, and ours was nowhere close to level. With the trailer positioned in the only reasonable spot, the fire ring was a trip hazard in front of the door. Fortunately the rig in front of us moved before us so we were able to get out.

     

Butte KOA

Butte, Montana

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We were here for 2 nights in a pull-through. The park is very conveniently located off the highway. Were in last row probably closest to the highway and didn't notice any noise. There is a terrific walking trail along the creek adjacent to the park. Immediately behind our site was also the Butte Chamber of Commerce visitors center. Staff was very friendly. Laundry room was very clean.

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We stayed here for just one night. Pull through sites are tight with back-to-back hook-ups which meant that we shared a 6' wide strip of grass with the unit next to us. So we pretty much just stayed in our unit. The park is very convenient to the main part of town.

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This was pretty typical State Park type of sites with water & electric hook-ups. There was a patio and cover at our site, but the mosquitoes made it impossible to use. Just getting from the truck to the trailer one evening, my husband had so many bites that his eye was swollen shut for several days. I expect this is probably a seasonal problem. That said, the site overall was good.

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This was our 3rd stay at Wahweap over the past 2.5 years. It is a well developed park with concrete pads and full hook-ups. Since this park is less than 200 miles from our home it's a great place to start or end a trip. This trip we were in loop F which seemed more crowded than the other loops, but it may have been that we were adjacent to two sites that had larger groups (at least 12 people in each) with a larger motor home along with several tents. I'm not sure that this was disclosed to the management when they checked in.

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Not much more than a parking lot with hookups, but a great location. Easy walk of just a few minutes to the casino (there is a free shuttle as well). While the rate at $25 was good, there were hotels offering rooms for $20/night for the same night. But with our dog, this was a nice option.

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We were in a 24' class C. We stayed here knowing that we would not be able to take it beyond this point on the General's Highway, but hadn't done any dry camping with the unit and wanted to try it here for 1 night. The road coming in is extremely winding. This campground is in the Sierra foothills and not in the big trees. For that you need to go to one of the other campgrounds and enter the park from the north. Those campgrounds had been closed when were there or not available for advanced reservations. There was no way to get the unit level due to the slope. In fact, we didn't see any sites that were even close to level. Overall it was fine, but don't think we'll be back.

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This is a National Forest Service campground. Beautiful setting in a perfect location. The roads and site paving are a little rough and restrooms are what you would expect in a NFS campground. We loved being tucked in the trees and the sites were well spaced so that there was a lot of privacy. We would definitely stay here again.

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Beautiful setting, large sites with concrete pad, lawn and picnic table. Perfect location for exploring California's Gold Country. Shuttle to the casino runs regularly. We will definitely return.

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We have a 24' class C, so opted for a back in site. Since they were not full the nights we were there, they put us in a site that, while technically a back-in was really a pull-through since it was in an "island" in the back-in area. Everything was very clean and we had a nice view of the lake even though we were several rows back in the park. The staff was very nice. We will definitely stop here again.

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This is a perfect place for us as an overnight stop when traveling from our home in Arizona to the San Francisco area to visit family. The entire park is spotless. Sites are good sized and level. Easy in and out. Right off Highway 58.

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We stayed for 2 nights in a pull through site. The staff was very friendly at check-in and the escort to our site was fast and efficient. The site was paved with a patio and table provided. There were trees and shrubs in almost all sites. They offered a large dog area with the ground covered in shredded rubber. Our dog liked it. They offer a complimentary continental breakfast in the morning which was very nice. In the past year, we have stayed at all 3 of the parks at this exit (149) off of I-40 and this one is definitely our preference. Camping World is immediately across the highway. Easy access from I-40.

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Beautiful park. The roads are very steep, but don't let it scare you away. We had a lovely site with a concrete pad, picnic table and a lawn tucked among the trees. The staff was very friendly and the young man that escorted us to our site helped me with backing in as we are not very experienced (note: his instructions are 1000% better than those my husband gives!). The location is convenient to all that Asheville has to offer and an easy day trip to Great Smoky Mountain National Park. They are very dog friendly.

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For an overnight stay with easy access to I-40, this park is fine. There is noise from the highway and a nearby train, but it didn't bother us too much. The pull-through sites are just spots in a sea of gravel. They are pretty close together and we made note that a 5th wheel that originally pulled in between us and another unit was reassigned as they didn't think they could get their slides open with the other rigs in place. They do have a dog run and some grassy areas.

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The only way to be closer to the Mississippi would require a boat! We had a level sight with concrete pad in the first row along the river and enjoyed watching the river traffic from our site. There was a nice grassy area along the river with several benches and "dog stations" provided. There are no trees along the first couple of rows, but the sites at the rear of the park had lots of trees. The only issue we encountered was that the water hook-up leaked badly. We reported it to the staff, but said we would just leave it off during our stay since we had plenty of water in our tank.