The park has no for sale sign now. We were parked in a pull through on
grass/dirt. Electric good. The area was clean. The person that checked us in was courteous. The restroom was clean and the showers looked good.
We would come back if in the area again. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Fifth Wheel.
Quite a bit longer (plenty of space) for my 5th wheel and truck (I didn't have to disconnect
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The Daly Mansion was a wonderful tour. Very nice little town= 3 grocery stores and lots of little shops and restaurants.
The marquee sign said the property was for sale, so owners may be hesitant to invest much more in the resort. The campsite was fine -- they placed our Class B in a quiet corner along the river. But the waterfront is also publicly open to fishermen who roam the campground during the day. Wi-Fi was quite patchy and the restrooms were the worst we encountered on our trip. The ceilings were peeling and mold was growing from poor ventilation. Most perplexing were the toilets mounted in the center of the stall, with only a shower curtain hanging a few inches in front of the bowl. As soon as you sat down, your knees stuck out and the curtain didn't provide much privacy. The resort also charges a $5 dump fee, regardless of your camping status for that night. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Motorhome.
Excellent friendly staff with very easy check in. Clean park with all the needed facilities including a clean coin-op laundry facility and a fully stocked store for those "last minute" or forgotten items. Wi-Fi available and good signal where we parked. Green grass, level sites. One of the nicer parks we have visited. Excellent value for money. We will certainly be visiting Anglers Roost again! We camped at Anglers Roost in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump, and we will never stay here again. Check in was dreadful. We asked for 50 amp and were assigned a 30 amp, so we had to back out and move to an even tighter site. This sites are pull in and back out, and they have very tight turns. Lots of permanent residents here that do not take care of their "homes," and it brings the park down even further. We felt something shady was happening at the trailer next door as cars stopped there every few minutes all night long. It was extremely uncomfortable. Whomever is running this park obviously does not stay there after about 4:00 PM, and he needs to be there. This park needs some serious work. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Motorhome.
We were unable to get a riverfront site. Our site was large and grassy. The bathrooms facilities are quite old and not very private. We had some highway noise, but it wasn't bad. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Travel Trailer.
Given we were pre-season, we had the park pretty much to ourselves and had a great spot right on the river. I would expect this park to be full of families, dogs, kids, etc, as it should be, during the summer. Given the same conditions, we would stay here again. Wi-Fi was iffy, at best, but you must come to expect it when out in the boonies. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $40.00
Wonderful wooded sites right on the banks of the Bitterroot River. Walk out your door and you're fishing, literally. Great store with large selection of fishing accessories. Very quiet and peaceful. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Travel Trailer.
I made a reservation 2 months ahead of time for a pull-thru site. On arrival, they had only a back-in site, closer to the river than I wanted, on a soft grass location sprinkled with a bit of gravel. I reminded them they had promised a pull-thru and they said "take it or leave it." The site was covered with bugs and blowing cottonwood seed. Highway noise was noticeable most of the day. WiFi was available, but wasn't working for most of our 4 day stay. It only worked at all because I called the ISP for them. Boaters (not RV'ers) drove by our site all day long to get to a boat ramp on the river. I would not stay here again. The only reason to come here would be to go fishing or boating. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is "aging" and in need of TLC. If you want a park where the staff is super friendly and helpful, and where there is fishing access on the grounds, this will work. We had a "pull-through" site - actually just drove up on the grassy area on the upper level. We had awesome views of sunrises and sunsets. Sites in the trees down by the river seemed to be arranged "helter-skelter". The "dogs must be leashed" rule was over-looked as dogs ran freely throughout the park. Wi-Fi was hit-or-miss, usually more miss. The store is well-stocked, and the staff is knowledgeable and helpful in all areas of fishing from supplies to scheduling shuttles. The bathrooms and showers are old but clean. The laundry was another story; we took our clothes to town. We would stay again. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Fifth Wheel.
Anglers Roost was a great place for exploring the Bitterroot Valley. The park is in need of some upgrade and general repair work. When you pull into the upper section it is difficult not to notice the permanant residents working on old trucks. The lower campground was pleasant and has great access to the river. The park was clean and the price was fair. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Travel Trailer.
The pull through sites have you pull onto grass and supposedly you will drive down and around and out when you leave. Unfortunately, the owner is always watering the grass so there is no way a heavy coach could drive on that and get out. The owner was also going around trying to convenience people not to run their air conditioners (90+ heat) because there was some seed whisps blowing from the cottonwood trees that he said would "clog" the air conditioners. We ran ours and no problems. Also, the number of 50 amp sites were limited. It was convenient to the area we were visiting, but the cost was not reflective of the limited services provided. We camped at Anglers Roost in a Motorhome.