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1 RV Park near Saco, Montana
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Saco Montana claims to be the mosquito capital of Montana. They were so bad there that there was no way we could sit outside or walk to the hot springs. The springs are under cover and there is a bib pool which they dump and refill daily. There is a hot tub, a cold tub and a sauna. They had run out of mosquito spray at their little store. Very quiet and rooftop satellite and Verizon wifi worked well. We probably would not stay here again because of the mosquitos. - rolling homeless
May 2018 - $25.00
Spent 2 nights here as a stop on our way to Glacier and the Grasslands National Park in Saskatchewan. We were the only over nighter here - there were 2 fulltimers in the park. We were early in the season and the pool was not open. The indoor hotsprings pool and the sauna were both available, but we didn't use them. The "bathhouse" is an older building with 1 toilet per side and a couple showers per side. All of it seemed old. The sites and roads are all gravel and it was loosely packed. Getting in and leveling was not a problem but definitely will need jack pads. No wi-fi and ok ATT service. Biggest problem was the mosquitoes. There were so thick, even with spray on, we barely could go outside. Staff at the front desk met us when we drove up and got us checked in quickly. - Gsykora
Sep 2017 - $34.00
A relatively new, work in progress campground. Very quiet - almost zero highway or train noise - and very dark (nice views of the milky way). The access roads and sites are a heavy layer of river gravel over dirt. Access roads are a decent size. The gravel is not packed down yet in the sites so it is very loose and may require jack pads. Sites have a lot of loose gravel that is significantly crowned so side-to-side leveling is highly dependent on positioning within the site. Our site sloped towards the front, but not so much that we couldn't level although we did have to pull out our extra step. Adequate site width with struggling grass, picnic table, and fire ring. Some sites have shade (mainly the backins) while others are entirely in the sun (the pullthrus). Power ok, water pressure low (40psi static, 34 psi flowing) - slight metallic smell, sewer ok (but slight sewer smell after heavy rains). No campground wifi. Verizon 4 bars with good speed. No TMobile service. No recycling on site (aluminum can recycle in the town of Malta). Possible road bike riding along the shoulders of US 2. We would probably stay here again. - SeaLandSkyPhoto