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Immaculate grounds spotless and looks like new. Water pressure is 90 PSI so be sure you have a regulator installed. Cable, Wi-Fi and electric service were rock solid during our stay. The campsites are a bit tight but nothing impeded our enjoyment of this super clean and well-run campground. The location is perfect for access to both Kalispell and Glacier National Park. The owners gladly used our PA and Good Sam discounts to give us the best rate for a weeklong stay. Compared to other campgrounds in the area this one is a bargain! We would definitely stay here again without hesitation.

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This campground is not really what we think of when we say "campground". It is a large lot with small full hook up sites very tightly placed to maximize space. Our 40' motor home was about max for this facility. Tight getting in and out with tree limbs in play. We did find this campground to be very quiet, in an interesting little town with a nice walking path immediately adjacent to the grounds that provides a great opportunity for a 3-mile walk through Greybull's main street. All utilities were good but be sure you have a water pressure regulator!! For the pet owners; dogs are not allowed to be "walked" in the park. This was made very clear on check in. BUT, with the walking path and riverbank less than 30 feet from our coach, walking the dog was not an issue. Owners seemed very helpful and proximity to Cody and Yellowstone makes this a worthwhile stop. Big rigs be careful!

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Beautiful spacious sites, fantastic views, staff that will bend over backwards to make your stay perfect. We loved this place! Caution: 4.4 miles of narrow 2 lane paved road takes you from 93 down into the camp. Its not bad, just be careful and go slow. Can't say enough about the staff. We moved sites, received UPS packages and interacted with all the staff finding them to be highly motivated and a total joy. Very big rig friendly with all the water, hiking and biking opportunities you can ask for! Check in at the marina store before going up the hill to the campground.

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This is an older trailer park with a few full hook up sites. Deep loose gravel makes it a bit harder to level or use the lawn chairs. Not big rig friendly, no attended office, occupied by seasonal tenants who take over running things when the manager is nowhere to be found. They do have a pool and hot tub and the grounds are neat and clean. For us, this is a last resort resort!

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For a seasonal stay this is a great place with many active tenants plus the "pull through people". (Heard this one in the dog run area). Pull through sites are larger than average and easily accessed. The office staff can be a bit difficult. We had a UPS package delivered to the office and had to ask to go into the mail room to find it myself when staff insisted it had not been delivered. It was sitting in plain sight! We extended a day waiting for this package and was charged a daily rate though we had been here for over a week. Didn't argue but felt a bit slighted. There was NO way we would be given an additional day at the weekly rate and that was made clear! Given the vast number of RV resorts in Yuma, I have to think there are more RV friendly facilities in this the land of Park Model seasonal resident. An OK stay with good facilities but what a difference one bad staff attitude can make! When in Yuma be sure to visit Mexico and the local open market Thursday through Sundays! Many mobile RV wash services that will come to you for about $1 per foot.

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This park is big rig accessible but it is a good idea to check out available sites before accepting it. Big rigs need to be careful with some uneven sites with power on the wrong side for easy access. Having said that, this is a great park with fantastic views, great facilities including dump stations and water fill. No full hookups but with the 7 day limit, we had no problem. Arrive early in the day, traffic in gets very heavy in the afternoons. Slow down on Kinney Road, 35 means 35 with deep dips and bumps we called it the "roller coaster". They accept cash and checks only. Staff is very friendly and accommodating.

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Access to motorhomes over 40 feet would be limited. Very flat, concrete pads with good utility hook ups. Watch the high pedestals! The sites are pretty small but for the money, a good place to park especially for a short stay. Rain pools at many of the sites causing plenty of mud to walk through to get to your door. The internet on the free wifi didn't work during out stay. The Lowe's store has a guest wifi that we relied on. Staff was very nice and made sure we were set up and had all we needed before we registered. Overall, the park is satisfactory for an "in town" location. Some noise was noticed from the nearby high way and traffic was heavy at times. No picnic tables, fire rings or other amenities.

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Beautiful campground near a golf course and shopping. No WiFi all other amenities are top notch, kept very clean and serviceable. Two campgrounds in one here. Loop A is nearest the entrance to the park and has concrete pads with full hookups (except for a few sites that do not have sewer). Loop B is Water and Elec only. Loop B has a beautiful canopy of mature trees while Loop A has more recently placed trees providing good access to a satellite signal.(Loop B is hit and miss on the Sat signal). The reservation system is a bit of a pain but if you want to camp here reservations are necessary for Loop A. Loop B is first come first served. Go to the Linn County Parks web site and carefully read and understand how the reservation system works and know that all reservations must be made 5 days in advance!!! We are regular visitors to this campground and find it best to make reservations or enter the park mid week for Loop B. We will camp here again.

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Very nice campground. Everything is clean, functional, and family oriented. WiFi isn't the best but we finally got on after the weekend crowd pulled out. We would certainly stay here again. Well run park in with great access to both Cedar Rapids and Waterloo areas.

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We stayed for 3 weeks to explore the wealth of activities in the surrounding area. This campground is on a backwater area of the Mississippi so you naturally get quite a few bugs and two train tracks that follow the river. All facilities were clean and worked as expected. The owners are very helpful and friendly with most any problem or request. Some low branches hindered our class A but overall the grounds are big rig friendly. Many of the sites are not level, so ride through and park and choose your spot before checking in. Sites are large and shaded but we had no problem positioning for a good satellite signal. Weekends are busy with local campers. Numerous seasonal trailers and homes, which are not a problem for the campground. Though there are no full hookup sites, a pump truck is available for $10. The camp store has a good selection including firewood and propane. Not easy to find but a bargain for the price. About 10 from local shopping. We would definitely stay here again.

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We found this park to be a bit pricey for the quality of camp site. We stayed on a concrete pad on the main road and not in the transient camp sites. Train tracks are behind the campgrounds. Grass was not mowed and the picnic table and fire ring were in very poor repair. The pool was closed when we visited as things were slowing down due to the end of the season. They still charged $8 more ($38) for weekends which we felt was just to much for the site we occupied. Shaded sites are very shaded with no access to a satellite signal. Large campground with only one trash drop off that we could find. Seasonals are the primary business here. We chose to move after one night. Might be worth it for a family with kids during prime season.

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One of the nicest county campgrounds we have visited. Level well maintained sites, great bike / walking trails and close to shopping. Sites are large and separated by trees and foliage. The only reason for the 9 instead of a ten is the cost of $7 to make a reservation PLUS a 5 per day ($25 per year) county use fee. For a site without a sewer hook up it is pretty pricey for a one time one week stay. We would stay here again without hesitation!

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We came for a week and stayed for a month! The Willows is a beautifully laid out big rig friendly park with trees strategically placed to give each site a sense of privacy even when the park is full. All facilities are clean, well kept and convienient including washrooms, laundry facilities and office “mini store”. The campground is very close to Longbow Lake and Lake of the Woods making it a great place for access to abundant water activities. The location of the campground lends itself to hiking, biking, walking and great interaction with folk from Winnipeg and other surrounding communities who visit for the weekend or the season. Water, electric (hydro as the Canadians call it) and sewer systems all performed as expected. WIFI is weak in the very back of the park. We would recommend a good filter on the water due to a relatively high iron content. For the most important aspect of the campground a word needs to be said for the owners and staff. They and their family are professionals in the art of hospitality. They truly care about your comfort, enjoyment and overall experience of your stay. Need a rental boat? The owner will get one for you. Need firewood? It will be delivered to your site in a flash! Have an emergency and the staff will do whatever it takes to help. (This actually happened during our stay) We found this campground to be the very best of most all aspects of the RV and campground experience. We have already made our plans to return next summer for another month of their hospitality and the enjoyment of the wonderful people we met during our stay. I have never rated a park a “10” but in our book, Willows is a 10!

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Great campground and wonderful staff. Lots of extra activities, including a driving range, swimming pond, fishing pond, play set for the little ones. Great place to camp and we will be back. Paid for 6 nights and got the 7th free.

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First the positives: next to a river, close to a golf course and shopping. The negatives: Over priced for the facilities, poorly kept with long grass and very poor restrooms with very primitive showers. This camp is not very big rig friendly with limbs and power lines that should be higher. Get a firm price before accepting a spot. We were quoted $35 when we made our advance reservation. The price jumped up to $38 when we arrived. We mentioned membership to FMCA and Good Sam so he discounted down to $35! I like to feel like I can trust the camp ground owner to shoot straight. We will not stay here again. It's just to primitive.