32 Parks near Columbia Falls, Montana
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Park is located on very busy Highway 2, so road noise is loud and constant. Interior paved roads are big rig friendly with gravel, closely treed sites that require some maneuvering for slideouts and awnings. The power was good but water pressure fluctuations caused issues. One visit to bathrooms was enough. Hosts are very friendly and helpful. Wood is available for purchase to use in the tire rim fireplaces. - RJourney
Jun 2016 - $29.00
The site was rather short, couldn't get the truck into spot with 40' coach. Owner complained if tires were touching the "grass"...such as it was. Water pressure was not consistent. The restrooms in the main building were very old and could use remodeling. Also, they had a bathroom smell if you know what I mean. That said, it was still a value because we stayed on a weekly rate. It is a good place to stay if you are touring the Glacier Park area. It is one of the few places in the area that allows campfires. - marvls
Jul 2015 - $45.00
My husband & I stayed here for a month in our coach. The owners were great! Helped us get into our site, offering to trim branches as needed so we wouldn't scratch getting through the trees. We had lovely shade from trees on both sides, yet had satellite access without any problems. The dog run was big & poop bags were available there to use. The noise from the road (Hwy 2) was pretty loud but not a factor at night when the traffic let up. The park was kept up fairly well - some of the full time residents could tidy up there sites, for sure. - Lisanator
Aug 2016 - $30.00
When you call for reservations make a note of who you talk to and get a confirmation. I reserved 14 days and when I got here they did not have my reservations. I later found my notes and I had talked to the same woman. She worked hard to find me a site so I can not complain. We parked next to the office for one night and then into a site for 14 days so we got the weekly rate. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel. We had a pull through but backed out when we left as the fence in front of us was too close to make the sharp turn at the office. Looks like others have hit the fence.
We along with others did not know where to stop when we pulled in and had to look for the office door. A couple signs of where to park to check in would be nice. The hookups and power were good here. The WiFi was in and out so you could not depend on it. This is a good place to stay and was nice and quiet at night. Just West of town and the lowest rates we could find. We would stay here again. - houseonwheels
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We stayed 5 nights and had to change our reservation and was very accommodating, we did have to move from one site after one night but then was fine and our fault we changed. In site 4 wifi was spotty but in 15 was great. Very busy park as they all seem to be. Showers inside and very clean. Would go back again. No TV hook ups but we were there to see Glacier National Park so that was fine. - Sandygranny
Sep 2015 - $31.00
Nice park with gravel roads and sites with grass areas between sites with tables No trees, adjacent to Hwy 40 but little noise. Wide big rig pull thru sites each with FHU 30 & 50 amp. Free secured but weak Wi-Fi. No game room, no pool. Very good Verizon cell and 4G signal. Satellite TV signal every site. No scheduled activities or breakfasts etc. Staff very nice. Well maintained park. Close to town and Glacier Nat'l Park. No discounts available. - Pepper Dan
Sep 2016 - $42.00
SIGNS, SIGNS and RULES everywhere. The owner/manager has a serious control issue. When asked about Passport discount, she said she only takes it the last few weeks of the season because she doesn't have to any other time. When asked if we stayed over for the 7th free day, she said we could not get that because we got the Good Sam discount when we checked in. Do not ask her to go out of her routine for any customer service. We asked for friends coming in to be parked near us and other than a row location, she would not even tell us where they were going to be parked because they "might not come by the office"!!! Who tries to sneak a 40 ft. motorhome into a park? Not pet friendly, only pet tolerable as there are signs everywhere about where NOT to walk the pet. I never saw a sign that said where you could walk. No showers after 10 PM, which did not bother me as we do use our own, but just wondered if the restrooms were locked as well and what the tent campers do? The sites are very close together with little space. The laundry is very nice, clean and equipment works well. Facility is also clean and immaculate if you do not mind the lack of customer service. I would look for another place primarily because of the attitude. Verizon worked well. WiFi worked most of the time well. - Gypsy Duo
Sep 2016 - $38.00
This is a beautiful, clean, high-end RV park. Nice people with well stocked store. Good phone, antenna/cable tv, and wifi. Great location for exploring West side of Glacier NP. Our pull through site was about 50' long (not 75'). Constant train noise - really bad - had to wear ear plugs to sleep. - bspe
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Very surprised by how nice this little park was inside the gates. Everything was well kept and clean and all utilities and services worked well. Lots of nice shade trees, but some open areas for dish users too. Each site has gravel drive, grassy area and picnic table. Cable TV set up is weird...follow printed directions and all will work well.
Would be an excellent base camp for an extended time in Glacier if boondocking in the park does not appeal.
We would definitely return here. - Camaraderie
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This "campground" is actually a loop back behind the main hotel and a couple buildings with approximately 12 rv sites. Road was paved and very easy to navigate, site was back in with full hookups. I think their website does mention pull-thrus, but I didn't see a single one, only back-ins, so keep that in mind if that's important to you. Our 30 amp service was conveniently located as normal at the back side of the rv but I did notice the 50 amp was up front of the site as someone here already mentioned. Up front there's a huge open lawn area with seats for gatherings, play areas/and items for the kids (tipis, frisbee golf, etc). There is also a small mini golf course, volleyball/badminton net, hippy-hops for the young at heart, all sorts of things for kids and families to play around with. The restrooms were spotless, and the laundry room (3 washers/3 dryers) was clean and serviceable. WiFi signal worked at the RV. The staff we met was also very nice, and friendly. Place was nice and quiet, and we were only one of 4 RVs at the place at the time. We'd definitely stay here again if we pass through. - R.T.
Aug 2015 - $43.00
Stayed here coming back from Alaska, made the reservation several weeks ago. That said, when we arrived, we were not where we thought we were going to be. So we were disappointed, but just on location, I thought we were farther out of town. Had reserved a pull thru with 50 amp. They do have pull thrus with 50 amp., but a 42ft RV pulling a towed can not make the turn into the site. Un hooked, backed in, drove the Jeep around to the back of the RV and hooked up the Jeep. No big deal. 50 amp is on the pole in front of the RV, my cord reached, again; no big deal. Site was clean, although, as most of the west, very dry. So the park was not green. But clean and neat. Would certainly stay here again. - rmartin
Aug 2015 - $50.00
I am not impressed with this park. It was not a good value and when visiting again, I would seek to camp somewhere else. The entire place is in need of an updating and renovation - the place just was not clean enough for me. It is also twelve miles from West Glacier, the entrance to the Park. On the upside, there is a free breakfast but it is of an entry level description - but it is better than nothing. The management was friendly. Washers and dryers worked well. Not all bad since it provided the basic needs but was still deficient in most others. This place needs attention to detail. Other nearby places offer more for similar prices. - Jake67
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Nice older park. Easy access to Kalispel, Whitefish and Glacier national park.
Gravel pads and gravel roads. Quiet park as most folks are out exploring during the day. A bit pricey, but everything is here. - jprisbe
Jun 2016 - $43.00
This is an older campground, but well maintained and nice touches. Paid $43.24 per night with military discount.
The sites are shaded, but we got good satellite reception as well as antenna. The sites are long pull-throughs with plenty of space for our 37' motorhome and tow car. We had rain during our stay, and there was no problem with mud or puddling. Laundry room is clean and reasonably priced.
Miss Helen made the stay more enjoyable. She is a delightful woman who owns the campground and goes out of her way to be friendly and engaging. She even gave us a container and some potting soil for a plant we had picked up on a drive outside of town.
A little pricey for the age of the place, but all in all, we enjoyed our stay there and would stay there again. - villager
Jul 2014 - $45.00
Chose this park over a nicer one in town due to the shade trees, and expected to have lower price due to past reviews. But those people had long term rates. Daily is $44.95 PLUS $2 for showers. Way too steep for this outdated country park. Trash bins overflowing for 2 days. Sites narrow but level and long. Voltage low. Laundry load almost $4, closes 8 PM. Cable TV was very good, and Verizon cell and MiFi worked. No info offered from front desk person about park Wi-Fi ,shower fees, rules, anything. Would still be OK for one night except for the price. - Annie's Song
Jul 2016 - $84.00
If you have noisy, running loose kids and dogs, this is the place for you!!!
Sites are very narrow, hard to enter and exit with long rig. Ours was supposed to be 60ft, and our 53ft overall combo hung out by at least 3-4 feet, no matter how I angled it. Elec, sewer, and water were ok. Dog droppings in site and in son's site next to us, and loose dogs (owners???) running around through sites. Along with that, they have a "petting zoo" on site, and the miniature ponies were loose also, and they make more of a mess than the dogs!!!!
Obviously a family "destination" stop for summer trips. Kids running in the roads and down hills in the "free" big wheels and carts available. A free breakfast is provided, and it was just ok. Lack of choices, and depending on time of the morning, lukewarm or cold eggs, etc.
This was an "emergency" stop on a 2 week boondocking trip in Montana, but would never use again, even in an "emergency"!!!!! - GLB
Aug 2013 - $66.00
This was by far the most expensive RV park that we stayed in on our trip. We booked by phone and were told that they could accommodate a 38' fifth wheel. In fact we were told that our site was 75' long and that it was a pull through. Our first impression of the park was of a well treed park in a bit of a valley. It was very busy with children running around on recumbent bikes that were low to the ground. Getting into our site was difficult for the size of our unit, and we had to ask someone to move their truck in order to make the turn at all. To say that this park is too tight for big units is an understatement. Although the site was a "pull-through" by name, there was no way to make the turns in order to actually pull through. It certainly was not 75' in length. In fact the rear end of our fifth wheel was very close to the road in the back and there was no room to park the truck in front unless it was sideways across the site. When we put out our slides, the bedroom slide was literally over the concrete table of our neighbour to the left. They could not use their fire pit until we pulled our truck out. They advertised an adult only hot tub, but it was small, dirty, and certainly not hot. We chose not to get in. The indoor/outdoor pool was questionable in its cleanliness and we chose not to use that either. The "free" breakfast was OK, but exactly the same all 3 days of our stay. It lacked any healthy choices except for a bowl of melon. The room in which we ate had a very dirty, smelly carpet on the floor. Supposedly there was free Wi-Fi, however, we were unable to get on at all while at our site. It was possible to access our email at 2 computers provided in the dining hall. The "free" bikes provided were never available, could not be booked, and were used by the same few children daily. On paper the park appears to have many things for children to do, but they are in poor repair. As adults, we found the park too busy, too loud, too tight, and in need of repair. The sites themselves are uneven, and the roads are narrow, bumpy, and have tight turns. This is definitely not a good park for larger rigs. If it had not been for pleasant neighbours, we would never have been able to get out of our site. It required several eyes to help make the manoeuvres necessary to back out and around a turn to the road. We personally will not use this park again. - Durango12
Jul 2013 - $70.00
The park has very uneven grounds and site locations. Difficult to navigate through the park and park in the assigned site. Not all sites provide sewer. Very cramped and very noisy all day long and the smoke from the campfires penetrates every RV. It feels like sleeping in a smokehouse. There are hardly sufficient reasons for the nightly rate of 69 or 70 dollars. The breakfast is OK and sufficient.There is nothing for adults to do here other than trying to avoid children on tricycles. The pool is very small, cold and overrun with toddlers and youngsters. The so called "adults only hot Jacuzzi" is a bathtub for perhaps 4 people. The "mini golf" is not even funny enough to describe. Close to Whitefish by car, about 7-8 minutes. Not good enough for us to return here. - LEONIDAS2010
Sep 2015 - $50.00
We stayed here for 2 weeks. The front desk service is fabulous. The wi-fi was pretty good, our site was not too far from the office. I loved the foliage between my site and the neighboring one, however we did hear highway traffic, but it was not horrible. Great playground, and big-foot scavenger hunt for the kids. Fabulous location near West Glacier entrance. Sites are narrow, but love the big trees and gazebo with grills and tables. - barrygoodtimes
Aug 2014 - $50.00
Very nice setting with lots of trees and nice amenities. However, the Wi-Fi was horrible! Poor cell service also, 3 bars average on Verizon. The campground is on a hillside and the sites are long but narrow. Steep slope right outside door on gravel lead to several falls by us and our friends. Very small picnic tables, like for kids. Some other units could not fully extend their slides due to trees and we could not use our awning. The office staff was pleasant, but somewhat incompetent. Billing was all screwed up, with double charges and delayed refunds. Lots of excuses about the billing and the Wi-Fi but little or no action to correct it in a timely manner. I would not stay here again! There are way too many other parks in the area with better service. This would only be a last resort. - ftrvingcgst
Jul 2014 - $40.00
This is a lovely park with lots of potential. A few tweeks and this place will be fantastic. Paying for showers isn't really a "resort" kind of thing. The free muffins that are top notch, now that is resort style! Overly picky about check out and in, that isn't resort. Fully stocked store, good Internet, that's a resort! Spaces that are too small and not mentioned on check in, not resort. Heavily wooded, lovely setting with privacy, that is a resort! A few tweeks and another season, this place will be all set! - fulltimenomads
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Lots of very loud children with permanent campers. Pet area is a joke--not maintained. Nice walking distance to town. Permanent camper at entrance needs attitude adjustment--don't step on his grass while walking your dog. Registration easy and efficient. Nice gravel slots. Very very crowded with lots of cars over July 4. - Bga
Aug 2015 - $42.00
We really like Whitefish- town, lake, food- but we're done with this park. We had the worst, narrowest site ever, with about a foot of room on each side and the hookups placed in the front by the street. Cars and trucks parked all over the place, oblivious kids in the road. Only 6 cable TV channels because owner changed system. Many Canadians living there for summer, with nice decks and large sites, squeezing out others. Motel office staff not helpful, no one working on site. Waste of money. Stay in Kalispell and commute. - Annie's Song
Jul 2014 - $42.00
The spaces are a little tight. Staff wasn't attentive. The power went out for quite a while. Although we were told someone was on the way to check it out no one came. Finally another camper flipped a breaker and it came back on. We'd probably stay again because it is very convenient to everything. It was also clean and well kept. - mkb
Aug 2016 - $47.00
This is a very nice RV park, but unfortunately we were not very happy with our site. We were given a very small site for our 40 ft. 5th wheel, and it was impossible to get level. We have an automatic leveling system, and in our 19 months of full-time travel so far, this was the first time we could not get level. We were staying there for 2 weeks and really wanted to be in a better site, but they said they didn't have anything else available. To be fair, the campground is really nice if you get a better site than we had. The sites are spaced out very nicely with trees so you have some privacy from neighbors. I wish more campgrounds were set up like this one instead of stacking everyone right next to each other with no privacy like most RV parks. Another thing about this park that we didn't like is the "kid tax". That's what our community of fulltime traveling families call it when an RV park charges extra for kids. Since our kids stay inside our RV that we bring with us, it makes no sense for RV parks to charge extra for them. Hotels don't do this and they have an extra bed to make. And this park didn't even have any kid-friendly amenities like a pool or playground so I'm not sure why they charge extra for them. The park has free WiFi which is nice, but we used our Verizon hotspot. Verizon coverage was very good there. It's convenient to the west entrance of Glacier. I also appreciated being able to receive packages there. Since we travel full-time it can be hard to catch up with mail and deliveries so that was a plus. Overall, we would stay here again, but if we do I just hope we get one of the nicer, larger sites. - Love2Camp777
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Lovely smaller park with sites nestled between trees. Wi-Fi is dependent upon site, but we were in Site 13 right behind the office and got fairly good service. We were also able to get satellite reception in this site, but many sites would not be able to get Wi-Fi or satellite due to trees and there is no cable. Water pressure low. Small dog park but good roads to walk dog on. Had live music one night in open meadow area. Nine miles from entrance to Glacier National Park. - Carol Warren
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The sites are very private as you are tucked into treed areas. However, if there are a couple of things this park could do that would make it a lot nicer, they are 1) escort people to their sites and 2) sign the streets and have the map reflect those street names. The entire park is a spider web of gravel roads and sites often impossible to identify the difference. If you get one of the "top of the hill" sites, it's a slog. We had to use 4-wheel drive to get into Site #18. In order to stay another night, we had to move to another site which was suppose to be the longest site in the park, which it may have been, but we had a difficult time finding it. We drove around the park twice before we got on the right road. The park staff often buzzed by on their carts creating a dust storm which always managed to reach us. The staff was very nice. - fulltime birders