2 Parks near Coram, Montana
Jul 2015 - $41.00
This park worked well for us as a base to explore Glacier Park. There's nothing fancy about it, but the sites are decently sized (no shrubs or trees, just wide open grass and gravel) and the staff was very friendly. The WiFi never worked at all during our 5 day stay, but we had good Verizon coverage and weak AT&T coverage. There was a fenced dog area but it was so small it looked more like a dog jail (seriously: it was 12' x 18' with a 6' high chain link fence and a huge tree in the middle taking up much of the space), however there are plenty of places to walk dogs on leash in the park and a gas pipeline nearby for longer walks. In short, it's a basic but perfectly functional place to visit the national park from. We would stay here again if visiting Glacier again in the future. - LifeRebooted
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This campground is conveniently located about 5 miles from the Glacier NP entrance. Camp sites are gravel and level. There is a fire ring by each camp site but no fire is allowed due to the drought. The showers are located inside the bathroom and very clean. There is a game room next to the laundry room that allows TV watching or playing pool while waiting for the laundry. The cost is $1.50 to do a load of wash and $1.50 to dry. Overall, the staff is very friendly and helpful and the grounds are well kept. - gartail
Jun 2015 - $36.00
Very nice quiet park. Very convenient to Glacier NP. Sites were mostly level, easy to get in and out of.
Electric, water and Wifi all worked well. All sites worked well with rooftop satellite. No cable, but were able to get quite a few channels over air. - vwbluestar
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Fairly spacious layout amongst mature trees and just a few miles from Glacier NP. The park was quiet and peaceful and our site had plenty of shade throughout the day. The bathrooms were impeccable - some of the nicest I've seen. Pads and driving surfaces are gravel. We had a pull-through site, which had ample electricity and good water pressure. No sewer hookups at this park, but there is a dump station. Spacious site with picnic table and fire ring.
If intending to use the Wi-Fi, be prepared for bandwidth and connectivity issues. This is not the fault of the RV park, as this issue is consistent throughout the area due to limited providers and complete saturation during peak times. - Griswold
Sep 2014 - $33.00
Not much to talk about on this park. Has a rather wilderness feel, lots of trees, and few amenities. We were traveling with friends and the owner put us on adjoining pull thru sites so that our doors opened onto each other. We also received a discount for paying cash. No other discounts are available. Very quiet place. Would come here again. Very close to the west entrance of Glacier. - User2209
Aug 2014 - $34.00
We stayed here for 12 days. It is conveniently close to the west entrance of Glacier, about 7 miles away. This was our kind of RV park: heavily treed, sort of rustic, very clean restrooms and showers, clean laundry rooms with good appliances, very pet friendly. It is no KOA but with the $204 weekly rate and very comfortable setting in the pines, it is a good deal. It is owner operated and they go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. The roadways are gravel/dirt/graded as are the spaces. Fire rings and picnic tables are at most sites. We have a 40 ft motorhome towing a 16 ft trailer and had no problem driving through and around the park. The pull-throughs are large with 50 amp and water hook ups. And, the huckleberry picking in the area is excellent! We really enjoyed our stay and look forward to returning. - Terry in Parker