Beavertail Hill is a small campground on the banks of the Clark Fork River. They have several pull-through sites which can accommodate larger RVs. The back-in sites are rather short. Itâ€™s best to check the parkâ€™s reservation system to insure there is a site big enough for your rig. Avoid site 6 (our site) if you can. It is located next to the comfort station. The fire ring and picnic table, which canâ€™t be moved, are right on the path leading to the restroom. Everyone going to/from the comfort station passes you while you are eating or enjoying your campfire. The caretaker is very friendly and helpful, which is a plus. The main activity here is floating the river. - Bobbi1948
The camp host was very pleasant and friendly. This was your basic "stop, sleep, and go" type of campground. At $28 it was too pricy for what you received--electric only. There was potable water available at spigots at various sites around the park and vault toilets. You are right next to the train tracks and interstate. Lots of noise. Keep the AC cranked up to drown out the noise. Don't plan on coming back. - IllinoisFlatlander
This is a smaller state park on a small river in the mountains. The camp hosts were friendly. There are campfire rings and picnic tables. There is a short hiking trail and several river accesses. There are about 6 sites that are suitable for big rigs. All sites have electric but no water or sewer. There are no showers, so I had to swim in the river. There are several first come first serve sites, and the rest can be reserved. You self register if you don't have reservations. We saw deer in the park. - pawatt
Beautiful park, was almost full on a Saturday night in mid September.
Very wide sites. Flower gardens throughout the park were a nice touch. - rr2254545
We have stayed at this park in the past, but it had been quite awhile since our previous visit and I was curious to see if it was still as nice as I remembered it being. For the most part, it was. This park is quite large with a lot of permanent residents but it is well kept and attractive. I especially like all the little decorative touches around the park like the flower beds and garden ornaments. Sites are gravel with grass in between them. The bathrooms and showers are very clean and spacious. WiFi was good some of the time but slowed to a crawl in the evening. Access from I-90 is very easy and being about a mile north of the freeway there is little traffic noise. However, there is some train noise ad the tracks run very close to the park and if a train is going down the grade the noise from its brakes is an extremely loud and ear piercing squeal. Fortunately the trains don't seem to run too frequently. During our one night stay we heard about half a dozen trains during the afternoon and evening but none during the night. We would stay here again. - BruceandKathyWA
This is an awesome park. It has a resort type setting. The restrooms and showers are immaculate. There is a lot of grassy space between the sites. Though somewhat pricey, the laundry area is very clean. We would definitely would stay here again. - JIM & JACKIE
Park is extremely well kept and is currently undergoing an upgrade. The old single sites are being reworked and now have an adjacent parking or grassy area so that what were 2 sites are now one site. The rates have been increased as would be expected with this additional room. Also, fire rings and BBQ racks are at each site. Overall it is very nice but has become rather expensive. - Jiim G.
Very nice park. Wide variety of site quality levels/sizing, and pricing to match. We fit into the smaller sites just fine, but big rigs or fifth wheels should verify site dimensions and reserve accordingly. When full park is a little tight, and access roads are narrow (no room for tow vehicles except on sites) but very clean and well maintained. Our site was level, water pressure was fine, cable and wifi worked well, power worked for running the AC. Campground does have fire rings, so we had a fair amount of smoky air with windows open in the evening. - Beach House on the Move
Probably the best KOA we have ever stayed; possibly one of the best RV Parks. PROS: VERY close to town, still a park feel. No city sounds, a few helicopters and planes from airport, but minimal. Shady in many places, very friendly and helpful staff, very well serviced sites (lawns, trees, clean, etc.) They have everything you would need for just about anything in the store. Also, electric power was EXCELLENT. Checked at peak usage time and it was 124 volts at the plug (we use 220 50 amp - didn't check pedestal at the same time). CONS: A bit pricey, but you do get what you pay for. Sites are a little short, I see it with just about every unit. Some sites are pretty close to others. We got the best site in the park (None left) and had to pull forward and park behind the unit due to the distance from the power. Other than than it was a pleasant experience. CONCLUSION: Would DEFINITELY stay here again and will probably wish I was here as we go down the road and encounter lesser parks. :-) - phillipakelley
Nice location, close to interstate, but not so close that the road noise was evident. Paved roads, gravel sites that were close to being level. WiFi available, and worked spotty. Very nice staff. Stayed three nights, and would stay again. - Rick & Pam
The park is convenient to I-90 and is easy to navigate on asphalt roadways in good repair. The individual sites are dirt/gravel which are level. I did not use the water but the electrical is good. Wi-Fi is good. I didn't hook up to the sewer but like many parks the sewer is at the end of the site and would require a 30' hose to connect. Otherwise a good park for a stopover for a night or two. - James T
We are spending 2 nights here visiting with friends that are workampers here. It's a small park, full hookup 30/50 amp, Wi-Fi. Cable, decent sites, gravel to park on, and grass all around. Rate is $39.95 for full hookup 50 amp. There is mini golf. Pool is now closed for season. Game room, club room, nice laundry and store. Not bad park to spend a few days. Most sites are pull-throughs, the only bad thing was sewer connection was way in back and we needed very long hose. - 2GermanAmericans