Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
This is a pretty typical RV park. Three rows of pull thrus and one row of back ins that is pretty much all taken by long termers. Sites are long enough for big rigs but the roads seemed a bit tight. Sites pretty close together although I've seen worse. Wi-fi worked pretty good and good Verizon service. Check in was quick, friendly and professional and they take you to the site and offer help if needed. Didn't use the restrooms or showers but the laundry was good although kind of spendy at $2 for the washer and $2 for 44 minutes in the dryer. It was modern and clean though. One drawback, as noted by other reviewers is the busy road it's on and road noise. I might try one of the other places in town next time, but this one was fine for an overnight. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Truck Camper.
Stayed here one night. This park is marginal for being big rig friendly. Large trees and narrow roads make parking and getting in/out a challenge. There were ants at our site. We were close to the trash dumpster. They did come and put something down for the ants. The biggest problem for us was the traffic noise from Hwy 35. Very loud and it goes well into the night. Would not recommend this park. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $36.00
This is a Good Sam park and located 5 miles from the delightful town of Kalispell. The manager led us to our spot and helped us back in. There are trees, rocks and a dumpster to navigate when you are there. It was quiet and we had cable TV. We used this as a spot to also go to Big Fork and to Polson. If you like chain saw carving and bears and moose be sure to look for Jeff Fleming's place on Highway 93. We would stay here again and will recommend it to others. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
We decided to try this park based on reviews, and to avoid the madhouse of Rocky Mtn. Hi park. Nice shady park but next to the noisy highway. Make sure you don't get that row. Price was higher than expected and a real disappointment when we got into our site. The manager did a great job of backing us in, considering how horribly narrow it was. The hookups were on the wrong side, and the cable was back in the trees. Used every inch of our cords, couldn't use hose. The neighbor's picnic table was 2' from our coach, and we had to sit on their bench just to open our storage bay. The big rig pull- thru sites looked much better. Verizon cell and mifi okay; good cable. Restrooms were clean but they oddly close an hour in the morning before checkout. Definitely not worth the price and don't plan to return. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Nice clean park. Quite a few permanent campers. Tight sites to get into but the hosts were very good at getting us in. Good WIFI and good Verizon service. Clean and reasonably price laundry. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
We did not have a reservation, but we called and were told they had one site left and they would hold it for 45 minutes until we could get there. Check in was very friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site by bicycle. The sites are very tight, so we were glad they were there to guide us into our spot. The pool area was nice, but there were no lounges. This was fine for an overnight stay, but we wouldn't want to stay any longer. There were quite a few permanent rigs that were a bit tacky. We probably would not stay here again. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $30.00
Most of the sites have no cable only a few on the first row have cable. The roads are tight and a 45' rig will be challenged to get around to your site here. The site we were in was relatively large and we were not right on top of the next sites. The staff was friendly and helpful. The roads are paved the sites are gravel and pretty level. Good shade and a nice pool. Our rate reflects the GS discount. There are a lot of long term units here but the sites are neat and clean and the residents were friendly. If you're a light sleeper the road noise might bother you but traffic dies down at night. All in all this is a decent park but there are about 4-5 more within a couple of miles that do have cable and I'd probably go stay at one of those for the price. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $29.00
We checked in to this park for only one day, but we were very impressed with it. The office staff were friendly and competent. The entry into the park was a little tight, but we were guided in by a host on a bicycle. The site we were given was well treed, and near the office, washrooms, and laundry. We have a 38' RV, and the site they gave us was easy to get into and out of. The laundry was reasonable and I was able to wash and dry 2 large loads for only $5. Their pool was very clean and well maintained. Although we did not have children with us, there was a playground set available. There was free Wi-Fi, and cable TV. We found the energy there laid back and calm. The campground was well maintained, and the long-term residents were friendly and helpful. We would have loved to have stayed another day, but the campground was full and our site was already pre-booked. We will definitely stay at this campground again and next time we will book the same site. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
We had an assisted back in site. This means the park manager helps you wiggle your way thru the narrow streets and trees, etc that are close to the driving areas. Super helpful staff, relatively quiet at night. Nice pool, great laundry. We had no issues with the park accept they should turn away the larger rigs as it was too tight to be comfortable maneuvering our 40 ft length and we managed to scratch the sides on tree branches and bushes. Cable TV worked well. Park WiFi was ok most of the time. We have been unable to use our Virgin brand hotspot in Montana at all. Guessing that Sprint doesn't go this far north. Would recommend this park for anyone 32 ft and under wanting to be close in to Kalispell. Terrific Glacier Quilt shop on the other side of town for those who are crafty. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
The hospitality of the owners was good. Laundry very clean. Very tight for a big rig. Some of the full time tenants make the neighborhood one I would not choose to visit again. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $33.00
Rude park owner. Pool was not open much as per several excuses about having to maintain it. Sites horrible; close, very tight to get into the park with a big rig. Sites uneven and dirty. Well shaded sites. Once again horrible park owner and staff just as ignorant and rude. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone with kids or pets. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Motorhome.
A highly treed park, which is good for shade but bad for long rigs to navigate through them. Very close to a busy highway, so there is quite a bit of un-mufflerd Dodge truck and Harley noise. Very lax in emptying the garbage container and 'dog waste' can. Very stinky in this area. Narrow spaces, park is similar to a 'treed' can of sardines. But, some of the best Wi-Fi internet and cell service we've had on our three month long trip. We stayed here three nights then forfeited our fourth night to move across the street to another park, which in my mind is a Much better park. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $35.00
Owners and all Work Campers were very nice and helpful which made up for a lot. The park is very tight with large trees all around. It is pretty but challenging to maneuver with today's big rigs (we were in a 38' 5th wheel and dually. They had to guide us in and out because of our size, which made things much easier (we went in the out and out the in). We stayed 8 nights but they don't give a weekly rate. Road noise is pretty loud if parked next to it. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Best Wi-Fi on a two month trip even during the 6-8pm rush and the showers were very clean. My husband did not like the communal shower in the men and the women's hot water was only warm. The trees were well trimmed which was great since we had really high winds but no debris fell on us. Extremely accessible to surroundings sites and we would stay again. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $27.00
The good news, first. The lady who checked me in (owner, manager?) was very friendly, although she could not take a credit card. The showers/bathrooms were very clean, nice tall trees. WiFi worked ok. The bad news. The man who showed me to the spot, was marginally cordial. After he waved me into the spot, I asked about the cable TV, since I had been given the cable channels. Without apology he said, "It is not available on these sites." Since I was only here for one night I said OK. The site was very narrow and would only be suitable for a very small trailer or truck camper and was not very well maintained or level. The hookups were quite old. The park atmosphere is more that of a mobile home park than an RV park. Traffic from the nearby busy highway woke me at around 4:30 and sleep was rough after that. You can't always judge a book by its cover, but some of the visible residents made me uneasy enough to lock my camper when I visited the rest room, which is unusual for me. Although the showers were very clean, the shower was designed for someone about 5 feet tall and barely warm. Adequate, at best. Also, luckily I was the only one in there, because it was like a locker room setup and I like some degree of privacy. I would not stay here, again. We camped at Glacier Pines RV Park in a Truck Camper.