Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $42.00
Nice park for an overnight stay. We were in a 37' motorhome and had lots of room to maneuver. Good breakfast at restaurant. Staff very friendly. Didn't use showers, laundry, etc. Lot of rigs there full time, we think men working in oil fields or for the rail road. It was quiet. A little pricey, No trees, grass, gravel sites. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $40.00
Great overnight spot. Very clean. Our site at the end was spacious. I rated the campground lower than I would because I thought it was overpriced for the area ($44 before GS discount). Clean laundry with 2 washers and dryers. Nice restaurant and lounge in the motel. The mosquitoes were horrible ankle biters so we didn't sit outside. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
Albertsons and Reynolds grocery stores were nearby west on rt 2.
We only stayed here one night passing through, but this was definitely a great campground. Very quiet, with spacious sites! We were on the end, but as we drove through most sites were fairly large. There are several restaurants in the area as well. We did not use the pool, restrooms, or laundry facilities. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Fifth Wheel.
RV Park located just off Hwy. 2 behind Cottonwood Inn & Suites. Check in & out at Hotel Lobby. Long, level gravel sites with grass in between and behind park. Nice pet-walk area with pick-up bags provided. Park was quiet, clean, and well-lit at night. WiFi worked good. We would stay here again. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy in/out from US Hwy 2. Gravel sites were level and easy in/out of the pull-throughs. Very clean park, rest rooms and showers were spotless. Pool is available for RVers in the hotel's indoor pool. No cable TV but we managed to pick up more than 20 over-the-air digital signals from Great Falls. No shade to speak of here and the park is a bit dusty during dry periods. We would return if in the area. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $39.00
This RV park is attached to the Cottonwood Motel on the east side of Glasgow. The RV sites are behind the motel buildings. They are long, gravel, and level. There is a separate bath/shower/laundry building. The motel has a nice restaurant and lounge. Food was a bit pricey in the restaurant but was tasty and we had attentive service. RV park patrons are allowed to use the motel pool as well. They are currently repaving their parking lot but everything was accessible. We would stay here again. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
The worst ever! Under construction with 18 wheelers u-turning through the park, and employees speeding through. Dust non stop. We had reservations for 3 days and left after one! They should charge no more than $10 for a dust filled site. The laundry was $1.50 to wash and very clean. The restaurant was good. Would never stay here again. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Cannot say enough about this little gem. Campers may use the facilities in the hotel. Staff very friendly. Sites nice and level and wide with lots of green grass. We will return on our way back from Alaska. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $27.00
If you absolutely must stay in Glasgow, this is the best there is. The good news is… you have access to hotel amenities, such as the restaurant, swimming pool, and hot tub. There is adequate spacing between each site, but no trees for shade. Most of the sites are advertised as being at least 50 feet long. However, I’m in a 32 foot Class C, supposedly my site was 50 feet long. I backed up as far as I could go, and I still felt like my front end was too close to the driving road. There is some room for a toad next to your RV, as the sites are wide. When you arrive, you check into the hotel. But, you also have to remember to check OUT! You don’t just drive away the next morning like in most hotels. My site wasn’t level, needed to raise the front end with a couple rows of Lynx blocks. Wi-Fi was free and easy to connect. The Wi-Fi wasn’t blazing fast, but good enough for email. Also, Verizon Cell Modem got 4G coverage if you choose to use it instead of campground Wi-Fi. Good reception with Verizon cell phone. Also got loads of digital channels over the batwing (to include WGN from Chicago, thought you had to have cable to get that???), and some of the channels definitely weren’t local. Don’t know where they came from. Laundry and restrooms located in the center of the loop, accessible with a code. Laundry was cheap, $1.50 to wash, $1.00 to dry. At these prices, wash anything you can find! Rate I paid is the Good Sam rate to include taxes. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $29.00
Nice, clean, conveniently located campground behind a motel on the outskirts of Glasgow. Close to restaurants and shopping, if needed. We would stay here again if in that area. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $27.00
Gravel lot on the side of Hwy 2. Big sites, very neat and clean. No shade. You can use all the facilities at the hotel. Good for an overnight stop. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $35.00
Well maintained campground. Road and pad are gravel. Level and very long pull through so no need to unhook the towed. It is very big rig friendly. There is space around the RV with a few trees, grass, and picnic table. Bathrooms and laundry are spotless. Wi-Fi and cell are great. Very quiet. This was such a pleasant surprise and we would definitely stay here again. It's great as a one night stopover or a few days sightseeing. There is a casino and restaurant at the hotel that is adjacent to the campground. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $33.00
Not much to chose from in this corridor. If headed east you need to "stop" as construction and oil patch growth has parks going east full and/or congested. (Parked full of construction workers.) This RV park allows none in the park (no long term) but call early as it fills up each night. Has about 4 big rig, pull throughs at 100 feet. If they are taken expect a back in. Wide open turns, good gravel, strong electric, excellent water, and very easy to maneuver. Pull just to the right of the hotel port-cuere (canopy) to check in. Food: Go in town, left at light, left again, and eat at the Elks Club, (where you will find the locals). It is open to public, friendly, and fantastic food, priced reasonable, (great prime rib) and everything, even the bread is home made. Everything! Including sandwiches; Ruben corn beef made there, chicken fried, etc. The restaurant at the park is very over-priced and all restaurant supply "stuff" (pre-packaged) that they just heat up. Weird, when you leave in the A.M. they ask you to come into hotel, again, to check out. We just called in our check out from the road. We stayed here 3 days and our 45' bus was very happy here. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $34.00
Part of hotel grounds. Can use hotel indoor pool and hot tub. Very clean, new. No trees, gravel sites well spaced with grass. Hotel has restaurant and bar. Good place to stay. We camped at Cottonwood Inn & Suites in a Motorhome.