16 Parks near Rollins, Montana
Jun 2015 - $48.00
We stay here for the summer from Arizona. We love the tall pines. Some sites have a view of the lake. The park also has a private beach with fire pit that is nice to sit around. The staff is very accommodating to all your needs. The new owners have made many improvements. The bathrooms are all remodeled, the rec room is beautiful and looks like a lodge. The roads are paved (no dust). WiFi is good. The grass is cut on a regular schedule. They have all new picnic tables. The little restaurant has great food with homemade desserts, jams and jelly and more. The docks and boat slips are in the process of being remodeled as well. We are retired RV park owners. It's definitely one of the nicest park we have stayed in during our 40 years of RVing! - monacolover
Jul 2012 - $22.00
Spent a few days after the 4th of July in this delightful park. Friendly staff assisted us moving in and full of great recreation information. Clean and comfortable, really enjoyed our stay. Look forward to visiting again.Thanks - Classiccoach2005
Jul 2011 - $30.00
We pulled in and pulled out after discussion that this was not what the internet page had displayed or indicated. The site we were assigned was NOT the one discussed and reserved a month earlier via phone. The site assigned would not have accommodated us at all. Next to the assigned site was a full timer small camper and a parked boat in the site next to that. Totally unattractive park that is across the road from the lake and cramped behind a small walk in hamburger joint. Again, not what you see on the web page. - carriage house w/a view
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Excellent Park. Friendly staff and well maintained. There was a margarita night when we arrived, put on by the park owners. Friendly owners manage the place actively. Very little road noise even though we were the lot closest to the street. Clean laundry facility, overall a very nice place to stay. We'll go back when we are in the area. - David Foy
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Rate is based on Passport America discount. We stayed here based on previous reviews and were not disappointed. Fast, friendly check-in (make sure you pet the cat), large, level concrete pads, and spacious, all-concrete sites. Although along the highway, there was no significant noise and the park was quiet and dark at night. OK cable, no obstructions to the satellites, but little OTA TV. The park WiFi worked well during our one-week stay regardless of the time of day. Verizon cell/data were also very good. The hosts are veteran professionals who excel at making this a great stay, and we'll be back. - Meanderman
Sep 2015 - $49.00
Neat, clean park with RV sites as well as motel rooms, condos & boat slips. Restrooms & showers very clean. Good electric. Water pressure about 80 lb, so bring a reducer. Sites are good sized & clean & level, each with sitting pad with table & wood grill. Cable has 20+ channels & is clear. Managers Richard & Fran are the best. Will do anything to help. Have stayed here once before a few years ago & will stay again. - Gerry H
Aug 2013 - $23.00
Rate paid is based on one week stay. This is a rustic, older park. Plants are left in their natural state, restroom building is old. The pull through sites are very long and pretty narrow. We had site #4 and it was one of the more private sites (our neighbor was not right in front of our sitting area). We only have slides on one side of our rig, rigs with slides on both sides might have trouble fitting. Too many tress to use our satellite. Very poor Verizon signal here so we used the park's wifi which was decent. The park is convenient to everything in the Bigfork area and the rate is very good for a touristy area. I can only recommend this park for those who don't mind rustic. - Metamorphosis Road
Jul 2012 - $29.00
Park has tiered, shady sites in forest. Roads and sites are gravel. Roads are narrow making big rig maneuvering difficult but possible. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Older park without many amenities, but Wi-Fi worked well. - Jmh510
Jun 2011 - $18.00
I really liked this place in terms of location (right down the road from downtown Bigfork), and the owners are super nice. There's a lot of foliage, and it's relatively quiet tucked away from the road. Opt for a back spot (they're cheaper and quieter). We paid $18 for water and electric. Internet varied; the first day it was super speedy--the fastest we've had at any RV park--and the next day it was slow as molasses. We figured either someone parked in front of the main office and blocked the signal or someone else checked in who was hogging all the bandwidth. I would give the park a higher rating if it weren't for the bathrooms. Our trailer has a tiny tank, so we tend to take showers at the parks if it's a possibility, but the bathrooms were a bit gross. They were dirty and had critters crawling all over the floors (worms, ticks, spiders to name a few). If you shower in your rig, then this isn't a problem but it was a bit of an issue for my husband and me. Still, the cheap price trumped all else! - Band of Monkeys
Jul 2012 - $23.00
Small state park in a good location in Big Fork, MT. The park is busy so reservations are the way to go, they have no overflow sites. We got lucky with a cancellation. Most sites are small and narrow with some leveling needed. We have a 24 ft motorhome and I wouldn't go too much bigger than that. There is lake access for boats and swimming. Showers and restrooms are clean if you need them. It is close enough to Kalispel and Whitefish for day trips. We stayed 3 nights and would stay here again. They have 2 sets of camp hosts so someone is always on duty. - coolbreez
Jul 2012 - $18.00
Great location near Big Fork: a quick bike ride to town. There are quite a few local kids hanging around the park. That usually that doesn't bother me but two teenagers rolled up in their pickup and tried to open the doors to my car: luckily it was locked. I didn't even know about it until an officer came to talk to me about it the next day as the camp hosts saw it happen and reported it. I'm sure it was a fluke: but keep your doors locked. Otherwise a lovely park, but it can get crowded. I was able to get good Verizon signal with a signal booster. - rumurphy
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Very nice park. Clean and quite. There are no hook ups but that was not a problem for us. Located on Flalthead lake they have a nice day area and boat launch. We have stayed at several other places in the area with full hook ups but we will come back to Wayfarers over the others any day. Nice shady spots and a couple of sunny sites also. Close to the Flat head Lake brewery which is a must to try, very nice to sit and talk to the locals, also a very good hamburger can be found at te Garden Bar restaurant in the quaint little town of Bigfork. - User2197
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This largely a private class A park that rents lots when the owners are away. It has two things going for it: the lots are quiet and secluded and the proximity to the center of Bigfork. Some of the lots are very well done and some not so much; so it all depends on where you end up. I was assigned lot #1 which is not totally paved nor level nor clean. Also getting to the utility side of your coach in this lot is difficult - very narrow on that side. Plus the landscaping needs some major work on this lot. Resort Park? This park is the closest one to the resort city of Bigfork which is a cool little tourist town. All the lots that I saw are very heavily shaded so roof mounted satellite is very problematic here. If there is any weather in western Montana no analog channels beyond PBS. The lots are all back in lots but the manager does a great job in spotting help. She is off site so you need to call prior to your arrival. The water pressure can be erratic particularly in heavy usage hours. They were working on it while we were here but I didn't see any improvement. BTW the ground crew arrives early Monday morning like at 7:30 to mow the lawn. The best place to hook up the toad is the church parking lot across the street. - aznumwa339
Jul 2015 - $60.00
This is a wonderful Class A park. The sites are individually owned. It is in Bigfork and close to everything. Beautiful park - we had site #20 and had a great view out our front window. This site was also very close to the building that houses the laundry. This is the only park we have visited that I can give a 10. We originally were only going to stay 1 week but ended up staying 2 weeks. So much to do in this area. - tumbleweed south
Jun 2014 - $65.00
Absolute perfection. This class A resort is small but beautiful. Each site is individually owned and landscaped. Extra clean bathrooms and laundry. You have to call the individual owner to book the site. This was somewhat difficult in that many phone numbers were no longer active, but I managed to get a very helpful owner on ones the calls. We were only going to stay two weeks and extended because we loved the peace and quiet. All hookups worked exceptionally well most days. Verizon service was strong. It's about a 45 minute drive to Glacier, but staying in Bigfork was worth the drive, especially after seeing some of the marginal campgrounds near the park. Would return gladly. Many restaurants and one grocery nearby. Flathead Lake is very scenic as is the rest of the area. We were still seeing snow capped mountains in early July. Future RV resorts and areas that we visit may never compare to Bigfork Motorcoach Resort. - User3617
Jul 2016 - $59.00
Very disappointing park. Great views of Flathead Lake and the utilities were good. That's it. The roads are very narrow and gravel. Our spot was ok in length but not level. Trees weren't trimmed so we had to get a guy to cut down limbs so we could put out the slides. They put rigs that were too big in small spots. When it was time for us to leave we were not able to pull out. Fortunately there was an empty spot in back of us that allowed us to make the turn.
There is a very ritzy RV park in the front of the KOA on the hill. This KOA was definitely a second class citizen. I would find another place to stay if we come back here. - ssyer74
May 2016 - $55.00
Our site was on the end with a deck and a nice view of Flathead Lake. It was a pull through site which was long enough to park the truck in front of the trailer. The site has a nice wooden deck and picnic table. The folks in the office were very nice. OTA TV signal was good with a number of channels. Tengo Internet was fair. We would stay here again. - jtl2
Jul 2015 - $56.00
It has been 6 years since we last stayed here. At that time they were talking about expanding the Class A only resort next door and eliminating the KOA. It looks like they finally sold most of the Class A sites in the resort and they are still talking about closing the KOA section to expand the resort. We had a level, gravel, FHU, pull-through site. Since there is no cable TV, we had asked for a roof satellite friendly site. By positioning our RV all the in the back of the site, we were able to get satellite reception. The park has lots of trees, so not many sites are satellite friendly. Their Tengo internet worked just barely OK for us -at times I could not reach that third or fourth step to get somewhere on a website. For example, I could pull up a park on the RVparkreviews website, but not the park's website from that page. The bath/shower facilities are barely adequate for a park this size and the laundry was small and expensive. There is a small pool, playground equipment, and both volleyball and b-ball courts. They had recycling bins for plastic, aluminum, glass, and paper. I saw one cottage but no tent sites. Since the park is on a hill, there is a view of the lake from the park but not necessarily from all sites. The cost and lack of reliable TV and internet lowers their score. - Jerry S
Jul 2016 - $110.00
What a nice Resort. We stayed just after the 4th of July. The sites overlook Flathead Lake and are very clean and comfortable. There is a mix of basic and built out sites. Our site had a full outdoor kitchen and fire pit. The gift shop was awesome with lots of very unique things for both you and your coach. There is a small airstrip right in front of the resort that would have been the only drawback, except we used the chance to go up on an Air Plane ride with Blue Goose Aviation. What a treat to see the lake and Mission Mountains from the air. You are about 45 minutes for Glacier Park and the West Entrance. Glacier was awesome!!
We loved our stay and will be back next year!! - Sarasota RV couple
Jul 2016 - $96.00
Top class resort. Class A only.
Terrific views and close to Flathead Lake. A small private airport is adjacent to the park, apparently some owners park their Provost for the summer and fly in and out from their home.
Great sites a lot of which are owned by individuals. Ours was equipped with table and chairs and very comfortable loungers. A few steps down to another level where we had our own gas campfire with a marble surround and more comfortable chairs.
Very helpful and polite staff.
All the roads within the park are asphalt.
We had a parking area for our toad on the site
There are quite a few opportunities to socialize including happy hours and pancake breakfasts.
Not inexpensive but well worth it in our opinion. We used our time as catch up and enjoy a relaxing stay rather than a stopover. - TGA2016
Jul 2016 - $107.00
This Class A motorcoach park overlooks Flathead Lake. The 2 upper tier pull-in sites have spectacular views. Ours was fully landscaped with a gas firepit, outdoor kitchen & table with granite countertops and comfortable upholstered furniture (site 180). The back-in sites on the 2nd tier have no views and the views from the bottom tier is limited. Everything is clean & well managed and service is excellent. What makes this "resort" unique is that there is a KOA behind it. Check-in, clubhouse & pool are all shared with the KOA. If you are expecting a majestic clubhouse & pool as you normally find at these type resorts you will be disappointed. The view of Flathead Lake & the Mission Mountains along with the amenities of your individual site is what makes this resort worth the money. This is the second time we have stayed here and will come again. Be sure to follow the directional signs when approaching the park as the first driveway is for the KOA and the second driveway is for the Motorcoach Resort. Streets are paved and wide. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2016 - $55.00
The sites in this park are owned/for sale. There were a good deal of folks who come every year due to the site ownership. Everyone was very friendly. The sites are all level and gravel. Plenty of space for our 45' and tow and plenty of room between sites even with slides. We were fortunate enough to have an end site with grass. Other sites had gravel in between. The park has access to the Flathead river, including a dock for foot traffic. Easy access to downtown Polson. Didn't use shower/laundry. I used a Verizon air card which worked well. We used Directv and even though there were trees, we didn't have trouble with signal. Would definitely stay again when in the area. - CupcakeRIA
Aug 2013 - $56.00
We came in without reservations and got a great site on the end of a row with a view of the river. Very clean, well maintained as others have commented. For us not much shade is no big deal; we always like to have a clear view of the southern sky for our DirecTV satellite dish. The sites are mega long. With our enclosed car hauler trailer we are 62 feet long, and there was still room to park our car behind the trailer. Short walk down to the dock and river. Management is super friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. The daily rate is a little high, but if you stay a week, it does go down; be sure and ask. - chockwald
Aug 2013 - $56.00
Previous reviews here referenced $42/night - which must be the weekly rate. Their website does not list rates, and when we made our reservation there was no mention that the daily rate is actually $56! We didn't find that out until we arrived. This is a pleasant enough park, located just over the bridge from the cute little city center of Polson, MT on the south side of the Flathead Lake. The park is well maintained, and offers all full hook-up long pull-throughs with 50a service and sewer connections at two locations on the site. Plenty of room for big rigs and whatever they might be towing. Each site is individually owned, and is thus decorated and appointed differently. You might get a grass yard, or gravel or may or may not have a picnic table. Our site had several pine trees and a 2 person table. There is a walking trail down to the river and a dock, but most sites won't even have a glimpse of the view - as the park is surrounded by manufactured homes that all block the view from the RV Park. Walking into town is super easy, and the Mexican place across the way is pretty good and offers river view dining. The laundry facility was clean and only a $1 a load. And everyone we encountered on staff was very friendly. Their Wi-Fi seemed to work fine, and we got decent AT&T and Verizon 4G service. All and all - nice enough park, but not a $56/night park at all! - Technomadia
Jun 2016 - $48.00
This is one of my favorite campgrounds. The sites all have about 15 feet between them, good grass and paved patios. The utilities work well, the wifi is excellent. The camp hosts are phenomenal. The location is well off the road and with a golf course between the park and Flathead Lake. Safeway and Walmart are nearby (not positives for us) and other stores. The town is nice with some good restaurants but Big Fork (30 minutes away) has more interesting shops and many more restaurants. The lake is beautiful. - Solem8s
Sep 2015 - $43.00
This was a pleasant park, clean and well maintained. Check in was quick and very friendly. Host drove me to several sites in his golf cart and allowed me to choose the site I wanted. This was very helpful as access roads were rather tight where turning could be an issue for larger rigs. After checking in the host led us to our site and assisted in parking to ensure a trouble free set up. Our site was on the east side of the park and was fairly level and had a nice patio and picnic table (sites on the west side have a lot more trees/shade and tighter maneuvering). Utilities were all satisfactory. Wifi was very good, cable just OK (limited channels, some a bit grainy). Laundry was clean and well kept. Restrooms/showers satisfactory but not sparkling. A swimming pool was on site but closed for the season but a hot tub was still available. Pickle ball courts were available and seemed to get quite a bit of use. The golf course adjacent to the property appeared to be well maintained. We used this as a base for touring the Flathead Lake area including Glacier National Park. This worked OK but In hindsight a park closer to Kalispell or Whitefish may have been more convenient. - whodat
Aug 2015 - $52.00
Overall.....a very nice park and is very quiet. The views around the park are wonderful. It's right next to a golf course and is close to Flathead Lake and other recreational activities. Staff was very friendly and inviting. Our only criticism of the park is that if you're driving a large RV, be EXTREMELY careful maneuvering around the park. Some parking rows have VERY narrow lanes and with other vehicles parked on the rows, pulling your rig in or out can be quite challenging. We had a minor fender bender while making a tight turn on one of the rows. :-( - Kevin C.
Aug 2014 - $8.00
Great primitive campground in the Flathead National Forest. There are 2 loops and almost all of the sites are paved. Some of the sites are extra-wide to accommodate two campers for folks travelling together. Swan Lake is across the road if you want to go boating or fishing. Bicycling and hiking are good in this park. Water is available in the campground, but there is no dump station. There is a campground in Big Fork that will let you use theirs for a fee. Rate reflects our Senior Pass discount. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2014 - $12.00
Beautiful campground with large, paved, level sites. The host kept the restrooms clean and it was generally a very nice experience. However, the host did not/would not enforce the quiet hours so one night there was a loud, drunken party until midnight and the next there were children outside yelling until almost midnight. - cactuslady
Sep 2012 - $15.00
A beautiful campground, just across the highway from Swan Lake. Most sites are paved and mostly level. The restrooms were clean and water was available throughout the park. As are many Forest Service CGs, this one is privately managed. The price of $15 is a bit higher than we've paid for government run CGs. We camped in a 31 foot RV and had plenty of room. Most sites could handle two rigs easily. We'd come back, for sure. - Red Wolf Deux