Beautiful mountain setting, easy access to highway. Cabins clean, restrooms have fallen into disrepair but are on a comeback. Clean stream and plenty of hiking. Campground employees seemed on drugs & a bit sketchy, all were new or near new. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Cabin.
Tips for other Campers:
Hike the backcountry, soak in the hot springs, eat at the bar across the highway. Enjoy the outdoors!
As stated in a previous review, this is a rustic CG. Rather large sites and friendly staff. I check wifi as they say it is only available at office, but having a long range antenna, I was able to access it at a pretty distant site. My main complaint would be the interior roads. There are MANY potholes and 1-2 mph is about it. Maybe they are using these as "speed bumps". Very quiet at nights. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $20.00
Still a rustic, scenic place but worth a visit for a quiet overnight, and easy walk across street to the hot springs. Senior rate of $20 makes it worthwhile not having cell phone access at all. Supposed to be wifi at the office shack but didn't try it for computer. Showers/restroom building was ok. Nothing fancy anywhere here. Drive up from Highway 93 is no problem. Might be good idea to look at other parks on the way. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $20.00
We stayed here for 5 days and enjoyed it very much. The campground is rustic, but sites are level and there are nice trees. Water and 30 amp are available at each site, and there is a dump station. It is situated on the main road, but the noise was not to bad. The stream is really nice and the hot springs are wonderful. They are located across the street. There is no Wi-Fi in the campground, but it is available at the hot springs pool. We had no cell service, so this was a nice place to get "off the grid". We would stay here again. Big rig friendly. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $21.00
Probably would not camp here again. Park was somewhat empty and in need of some TLC. It does have potential but just didn't have a good management team. We encountered some domestic violence among the working staff, and then the person took to a car and missed my motorhome by inches which resulted in myself and several campers getting involved to make sure nobody got hurt and having to get the Sheriff out there at midnight to resolve the dispute and make a couple of arrests. Not Good. There is so much more to this story I could tell, and it is too bad it has to impact the campground because the setting is in such a beautiful place. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Motorhome.
We camped at a creek front site and enjoyed the shade and sounds of the creek. The WiFi is available across the street at the lodge. The campground drive had many potholes and there were some sites where the electric wasn't working. Lolo Hot Springs is 30 minutes drive from Lolo. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $22.00
Senior rate put us in a back in site with no sewer. They say WiFi, but its across the highway at a bar. The pool costs extra. Had lots of quads running up and down gravel roads, creating dust. Ok for a stop over. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Motorhome.
When I arrived they didn't have my reservations and they did find a spot to park. Some long term RV's. We did get a nice spot and hiking was great. Bathroom were horrible and a lot of traffic being next to the highway. We camped at Lolo Hot Springs Campground in a Fifth Wheel.