We have stayed at this Park for 20 years. It has clean washrooms and laundry facilities and is only five minutes from Lake Kookanusa. Wide treed sites, but still able to get Satellite TV with a portable Dish. The owner has done a lot of work to spruce up this Park and improve the looks of it in the last few years. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice space between units, as wide as 25'. So nice to have some privacy. Most with some shade. Central rest rooms and showers I would rate a 7. Only 1 older permanent trailer on site that is not a mess as of 2009. Very quiet at night and nice place to walk your dog at the edge of park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is a freakin' joke. We stayed here for one night and still joke about how bad of a park it was. It was infested with ground hornets, had unlevel sites that were wet and soggy due to a running hose near by. We wouldn't let our kids go into the rec room because it looked like you know what kind of setup, and there was no chance at satellite signal. I wouldn't dare use their facilities. The only thing this park was good for was a good laugh in retrospect. We would sleep in a car in the circle k parking lot before we stayed here again. So trashy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in very poor condition with a lot of permanent units that bring down the quality. There is no cell phone service in this area. The sites have so many trees it is almost impossible to get satellite. It is about 19 miles from Libby but very close to Lake Koocanusa which affords a lot of water sports. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friends invited us on a whim. Located at 6476 Lake Koocanusa Scenic Biway/Mt-37, 6 miles from Libby, Montana on the Kootenai River. Fishing is great. No laundry, no restrooms or showers. Daily CG happy hour on the bank of the river. 50AMP, water and sewer are well located on each site. Wi-Fi can be had at the office, phones mostly don't work and satellite TV is all you can get. Lots of grass and shade trees, level gravel sites and easy access to and from the highway. We will return when through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well, the best thing we can say about this place is the food in their restaurant was quite good, and in fact, a surprise, since the RV camping part of their business model was a poor effort at best. The unmown field (no roads to defined sites, just electric boxes and water faucets scattered in the grass) was rough to drive over. The bathrooms were primitive, dirty and uninviting. There was plenty of room, as there were only a half dozen other tenants. Leaving the rig hooked up was the better choice, but in fairness, we were favorably impressed with the FOOD . . . the menu was typical, but the evening special, with a local beer we never heard of, hit the spot. And several locals were eating with us in an attractive dining area next to the classic saloon space. Very few folks were there to drink, and it was a top notch family restaurant, set along Highway 37 a few miles northeast of Libby. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice area to visit, but the park is run down and neglected. Just a big field to park in with power water and sewer. Sites are poorly marked and uneven. Bathrooms were filthy, wouldn't use them. Laundry room was dirty, and machines very old. The restaurant and saloon is the only redeeming quality for this park. Too bad, great views, and with a little effort would be a great place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The last time we were in Libby, we stayed at the other "in-town" park. We decided to try this park because it seemed to be a better choice for using satellite TV. We had a full-hookup, pull-through site with limited (20 channels) cable TV. Our site was satellite friendly - most seem to be. The sites are gravel and fairly long and wide. The park is within walking distance of several stores and restaurants. McDs and Pizza Hut are about a mile away. The US-2 traffic can be heard and, for those of you who can't handle any noise while you sleep, there were several train horns during the night. The only recycling I saw was an aluminum can bin in the parking lot of the local grocery store. The bathrooms are minimal - toilet, sink, and shower for each sex. There is a washing machine and a dryer in the women's bathroom. You pay the host $3 to do a load. The dozen or so occupied sites seemed to all be extended stay customers. There is nothing recreational in the park. It is adequate for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 7 nights with our two kids (ages 2 and 4) and had a pleasant stay. We were in site #22 which is the first site closest to the main highway. Road noise was very loud but bearable. Wifi signal was very fast and cable TV was good. On site managers were available and friendly. At the time we stayed (early June) lots of fluffy white seeds from the cottonwood trees that lined the northwest side of the park were everywhere. Not the RV park's fault, but it got pretty annoying as they floated down constantly. Park is mainly 3 straight rows of sites starting closest to the highway and going towards the rear of the property. Sites are a little close together but not bad. It was a fine park but nothing impressive or notable about it. We would probably stay here again. Woodland is beautiful as it is in the trees and there is a creek. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
EZ access to grassy, level, really long sites with ample space between sites off Rt 2. The managers were extremely nice. They allow rig washing, which ours sorely needed, so we appreciated it very much. In our site, 17, the Wi-Fi was poor. I think we were blocked by the electric box because the park's antenna is not high on the building. Some road and train noise, but no big deal. The plum and crab apples on this previous orchard site were delicious and free for the taking. Would stay here again in 45 motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a tidy little park managed by a very nice couple. You are parking mostly on grass with a firm base, and the pull-through sites especially are generously sized, both width and length, and most sites offer shade. Water, sewer, and electric are good. The Wi-Fi is fast at all hours, something that we haven't found to be the case very many places lately. Pets are welcome - there is plenty of room to walk them. The picnic table was new and clean, another rarity these days. They will let you wash your rig. Although right beside US 2, it is quiet enough at night. There are lots of things to do in the immediate area. The price shown, cash or check only, includes taxes. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice staff and pretty green park. Good location and level sites on grass and gravel. We were able to get satellite. One washer, one dryer in restroom. Tricky entrance from east. Take 2nd driveway not motel. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$27.00 price reflects 6 day/night stay. Gravel roads and grass sites. Need to cut back on tree branches. Has back-in sites, pull-through sites, and pull-in sites. We were in a pull-through, but had to back out due to trees that need to be cut back. Very interesting moving around with a 25 ft HDT and 35 ft trailer. Good cable TV and Wi-Fi worked 90% of the time. Some train and road noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I was so pleased with this RV park! It is a bit rustic but loved it! We parked on grass but it was level. Great water taste, nice shade trees, great managers! Very quiet, there is a train but hardly heard it at all. The road was quiet too. Libby is nice and small but still has a Schwabb, Rosaures, ACE, and Pizza Hut along with some other nice restaurants. This RV park was a great and happy surprise! We will now stay here when in Libby!!! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very well-maintained small comfortable RV park at the edge of Libby. Easy access and convenient to everything. Friendly helpful management. Rest rooms and showers were always clean. No problems with phone or internet access. Lots of grass and trees made it a very pleasant park. Would have stayed longer but they were already booked for an upcoming car show. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Two Bit RV Park may not sound like much, but is really a nice, clean park with access right off RT 2. It does have grass sites, but sites are wide and well-groomed with some trees and flowers. Wi-Fi and Verizon cell was very good, it has only one each machine for laundry, but only $1.50 each and no timer. The manager was very nice and helpful, even trimmed a few branches next to my site to make plenty of room for a slide. I camped in a 38’ Motorhome pulling a car and had plenty of room. We stayed here for two nights and I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Work camper manager very friendly & helpful. Cat friendly! We asked for a site away from others, she complied, and assigned incoming campers away from us too! Thank you! Our kitty was adopted after Hurricane Katrina and is afraid of everything & everybody. Love the shaded 50 amp sites. Sat TV not a problem even with the trees. Restaurants close by and in walking distance. Washer & dryer available. We planned to stay only one night but decided to stay two. There is some train noise at night, but everywhere in Libby has that. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The managers were very nice, the park is really a place for the traveling workers to stay. Cable TV doesn't work at some sites, can't understand why owners don't have the cable company come out and fix the problem. The guy next to us said it had been years of not working, some people shared cable with splitters, weird. Restrooms and showers although very clean, need a serious update, plus the only washer and dryer are in the women's room, which I thought was really strange. It is worth staying here to see the Libby Dam. Some road noise and train noise. We wouldn't stay here again. Cash or check only. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two nights while visiting friends in the area. My GPS wouldn't recognized the address on Highway 2. Delorme Topo, USA! showed it on the other side of the highway, which is where I was looking when I passed the park. We called from the east side of town and got straightened out, we got a warning about the driveway confusion with the Sandman Motel. The park managers were very friendly and helped us into the spacious pull through site. We got both Verizon Broadband and DirecTV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice little park right off RT 2 in town. Easy access to park and spot. All grass spots are long , wide and in the trees. Power was good and water pressure was good. The staff was helpful. We had phone service with our Verizon, but couldn't use Dish. They did have limited cable in the park. Staff was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park managers were very nice. The sites were level and shaded but we still had good Verizon and satellite reception. This is a nice small park and we would definitely stay here again. They do not accept credit or debit cards, so bring cash or checks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic RV park. The interior roads are paved and the grass sites are large and level (advertised as 30x80 pull-thrus). Many shade trees, but they didn't interfere with our satellite access. Park is well-maintained and managers were very friendly. Even though it is right next to US 2, the road isn't heavily traveled and noise was not a problem. If we didn't have reservations in Washington for the next night, we would have stayed a week. The road in is right next to the driveway of the motel next door and we found out the hard way that it is easy to take the wrong road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a City Park. It is located half-mile west of Junction 2 and SR 37 right behind the Kootenai Chamber of Commerce and Rousauers Grocery Store. It is dry camping; water available in the park to fill tanks; RV dump is $3 and only open 8-10am and 6-8pm. Shaded. Right next to a nice city park and cemetery. There is a host on site. A good, safe place for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a well maintained park and they’re still improving it every day. My motorhome/trailer combination is 65’ long and this park was able to accommodate it, although some areas were a little tighter than I’d like. The site we were in was quite nice; long, wide and nicely landscaped. The trees are old and tall, so satellite reception left a bit to be desired, but that’s expected in campgrounds in the woods. Campfires are not permitted at individual sites but there’s a community fire pit. Unfortunately it wasn’t used while we were there. In the evening deer stroll through the park adding a little ambiance. The manager was terrific, going beyond what’s expected and helpful in planning our next stop. There’s no question that we’d stay here again. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our third year staying at Woodland. Each time we return the improvements made over the last winter are very evident. The owner is on site and working every day. The park is very clean, well landscaped with level gravel sites. If you like fly fishing the Kootenai River is some of the best in the country. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here 3 days in a travel trailer. The grounds and facilities are well kept. You do pay for showers and laundry facilities. If the office was closed change was available next door at the car wash change machine. We were in a well shaded site with good amount of grassed area between sites. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Over all this was a nice clean, shady, and quiet park. Some of the areas were nice grass and mowed, others unmowed with tall grass or no grass, and some of the grass was brown/needed watering. Some spots only have 30 amp service!!!! Wi-Fi was weak and dropped out at times. The camp hosts (2 couples and 1 single)were very nice and wonderful to us. On the other hand the OWNER was rude and uncaring about anything except collecting his fee and ignoring us and everyone else in the park. If we knew he wouldn't be around we would return , but we wouldn't know that so we would chose a different park just because of him. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful campground, but they charge for showers. No electrical plug in in bathroom for drying hair or showering and they charge $2 per pet per day. They do have good laundry, but office was locked when I needed change. Overall it is an OK park We camped here in a Motorhome.
We planned to stay 1 night but ended up staying 7 nights. One of the best maintained, friendliest RV parks we visited in 30 years. The park features huge Douglas Firs, Cedars, and Pines that provide excellent shade on hot days. Our site was quite large with a creek along the back and side. What a relaxing place! Animal sightings (deer, racoons, etc) were frequent. We plan to return in 2014 for 2 weeks. While there, visit the dam, falls, and giant cedars. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 5 days. The park was very clean and the hosts were very nice and helpful. Each day there were people out cleaning up, mowing lawns, etc. The laundry and showers were clean and well kept. Some of the electric boxes are a little outdated; but other than that, the place was great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Fairly well maintained. Clean and level. But a word of advice. Don't spend the extra $4 per night for the stream sites. The stream is very small and covered in weeds. Cable TV is good, but Internet is spotty. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great place for overnight or a couple of days. Trees and creek make it serene. Deer visit the creek. Wide and long spaces. On the highway but noise is not noticeable. Electric boxes could use some updating, but, on the whole a great place. Staff was great! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had stayed at this park in the past, but our 2012 stay was not very good. They let their Rottweiler loose and it choose to do its business outside our door daily. I'm afraid of large dogs so I would not sit outside. All this was not acceptable, but I'm not one who likes to complain. So, we decided to give the park a second chance at the end of the season...only to have reservation problems with the website, then left messages on the phone with no return calls, then emailed for reservations with no replies. We gave up & stayed at another local RV park that was so much better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park. Has wide and long sites. Tall trees with good shade. Friendly staff. The Wi-Fi works well. We backed up to a small stream and saw ducks floating downstream. The rate reflects Good Sam plus the 7% tax. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest RV park in town. Lots of nice tall fir trees for shade rates are $3 more for creek side back ins. We had a 30 amp site but 50 amps was available. I checked the voltage and is was good. There a BNSF RxR tracks that runs through town and the valley is not that wide so when they come through you hear them. The Wi-Fi is pretty slow but my Verizon Wi-Fi card works great. They give a Good Sam discount but the also have to charge a 7% accommodation tax. Pull throughs are available but they are not too shaded. All and all a good park with clean restrooms, showers, and laundry. Roads in the park and the sites are gravel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet park. Looked to be the best in town. Good grocery store in town. Good laundry. Friendly owners. Cable could be stronger. Worth the extra for the creek side sites. The ducks and deer were worth it. We stayed a week. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Real nice park. All of the hookups worked well. The voltage was a bit borderline low. The tree coverage prevented us from getting satellite TV but they had cable for free. The CG host was extremely helpful above and beyond the call of duty. Probably the best RV park in town. They had deer in the park drawn to the mineral feeders. Our Verizon Broadband Internet was super and very fast; we didn't use the free Wi-Fi. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came here to stay for 4 days and ended up staying a month. (Rate based on $400 per month.) We fell in love with the beauty of the Libby area. We got to know the owners and staff of this park and I've never seen harder working people. This was originally a mobile home park and the owner has done a fantastic job converting it to a beautiful RV park. He has some very progressive plans to continue the upgrade. Parmenter Creek runs the length of the property and the number of mature evergreen trees make this a beautiful setting. Great cable TV and WiFi. The RV spaces are large and larger. The park is VERY pet friendly. We are making this our winter home in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here a week. A great park, the cable TV selection was good, had good WiFi reception, lots of trees and a friendly staff. There is adequate space between sites. It's a big rig friendly, beautiful park with beautiful scenery all around. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a wonderful well run park. A small creek (with fish) runs across the back. Beautiful tall trees and grass dominate the park. Owners are attentive and work hard. I was able to get my portable satellite to work. This was an old run down park, and the owner is working hard to upgrade it, and lots of improvements have been made. I had to give it a 7 because it still needs more infrastructure improvements. My power did not work on arrival, but the owner spent a hour getting it fixed. Very limited 50 amp availability, and Wi-Fi is weak and unavailable at times. Showers are coin operated. This is the nicest park in Libby, and I look forward to returning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A lucky find! Nice family run place, large sites, clean grounds, good location and quiet, nice stream, close to town, impeccably clean restrooms and showers, friendly and helpful staff. I stayed an extra day just because it so pleasant and relaxing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Right off US 2 west end of town. Staff friendly. Long pull through sites with full hook-up. Wi-Fi good from motorhome but no satellite because of trees. They have cable TV hook-ups and works well. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm not sure where the previous poster stayed but it certainly wasn't at Woodland RV Park. The park is lovely, park-like with sites set among large pine trees. There is a creek that runs along the back portion of the campground and the "backyard" at our site was a lush grass area that leads down to a small beach at the creek. We were lucky enough to see various wildlife during our stay. Plus, the park is an easy walking distance to town and minutes from dozens of hiking trails. And I must admit to being quite offended by the "Deliverance" comment of the previous poster. We have found Jeff and Leslie to be kind, hard-working people that take pride in their property and work hard at improving it. I guess if you're used to staying at Outdoor Resorts and having lunch at the country club then a night under an overpass might be a better option for you but if you are interested in visiting a rural town like Libby, MT and enjoying the incredible scenery that surrounds it then Woodland RV Park is a perfect stopping point. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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WORST PLACE I HAVE EVER STAYED!!! The people who "ran" this place came right out of a scene from the movie Deliverance. They were rude and acted like I wasn't welcome. Water problems, grounds were dirty and unkempt. We would have been better off sleeping under an overpass. DO NOT GO HERE OR YOU WILL WISH YOU HADN'T. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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I agree with the previous (07/08) review that this park is improving. Cable is 60 channels and WIFI worked for us. Sites are barely adequate but it would take a lot of money and effort to upgrade them to a level acceptable to most of today's RVers. It was an acceptable stop for us between Glacier and northern ID. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A lot of improvements have been made since this park was last reviewed. New owners have taken very positive steps to improve the park and overcome prior criticisms. The gravel sites are nestled among mature trees with full hook-ups. It is a quiet park yet right in town. Very close to the Kootenai Falls and River, as well as Libby Dam and Lake Koocanusa. The sites are large and will accommodate big rigs with multiple slides. There is a need for a Wi-Fi repeater to be installed to obtain a signal in the back of the park. The management is very pleasant. The town of Libby has a very nice grocery store, Ace hardware, franchise as well as non-franchise restaurants, and sporting good stores for all your fishing equipment needs. The placement of the utilities could be better but they are working on that as well as enhancing the sites with new gravel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is nicely situated among tall trees but its overall appearance is poor. It has new owners, who have their work cut out for them. The park has obviously been allowed to deteriorate for years and is in need of much maintenance and updating. The grounds were in poor condition. There are insufficient bathrooms for the number of sites. There is no WiFi, despite it being listed as an amenity in several directories. Cable TV was good but was only available in a few sites. Trash bins always overflowing. Highway noise and trains blowing their whistles throughout the night disturbed our sleep. The park has an overall unkempt appearance. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very pretty site that was quiet and safe but needs to have cable. The sites are large and we had deer go by at sundown. Beautiful day trip up to Libby Dam along the Kootenai River and great overlooks. We will stay again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.