5 Parks near Thompson Falls, Montana
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Oddly constructed, with two distinct sections, for those in the 'upper park', you'll have to go thru the park, pull out onto a highway, and immediately reenter the park. Gravel roads and sites. Very nice restroom, shower, laundry building. WIDE OPEN spaces, so no problem getting in and your neighbors are a long way away. Lots of large trees but we were lucky enough to find a gap in a maple and got satellite service. Wifi is unusable from your rig in the 'upper park', but our hot spot worked fine. Water pressure was good. - The Hilts
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Not so much a "resort" in the strictest sense...no pool, children's play area, however that did not detract in any way from our stay. Very long sites, big rig friendly. We were escorted to the site. FHU. NOTE: the entrance can be a bit tricky and confusing, so be sure to follow the instructions on the website, especially with big rigs. A lot of birds, deer and wildlife travel freely in the park. A pond on site. Overall a lovely relaxing spot. Hosts escorted to site and were friendly. Wifi weak, but verizon worked very well. - california traveler
Jun 2016 - $30.00
If I could rate this RV park higher than a 10 I would! It is a mature, older park but is very well cared for. The owners are wonderful older folks who really know how to treat people the right way. We were having a bit of a problem determining if I could receive Dish reception and these wonderful folks went out of their way to help us! Our stay here was a very pleasant experience and we will most certainly come here again. The cost at $30.00 is an exceptional value as well! - Dave Alexander
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Very small state campground with 18 sites and no services. Some sites were very large and there was decent separation between sites. There is a train track nearby and a road, and there was some road noise and train noise. Dense tree cover, which is not optimal for solar, and the toilets are pit toilets. $28 a night when we stayed there. They have shelters and a group tent camping areas, but charge premium prices for them. It is on a beautiful river with a boat dock and there was a camp host who politely greeted us when we arrived, but the campground had a feeling of neglect. Close to a small town with some stores, but ATT and Verizon coverage was very weak. - Lee and Trace
Jun 2016 - $1.00
We looked before we headed into the CG area. As mentioned, some of the CG roads are really rough. But go slow and you will have no problems. We arrived around 2:30 and there were only two other sites occupied. But within a half hour of our arrival, 5 more RV's came in. No OTA TV reception but we were close enough to use the wifi. Good 30 amp electric and no other hookups. Great option when passing thru this area. Lots of overflow space if all the sites are taken. - Bob and Inga
May 2013 - $1.00
I was a little nervous pulling into this park, as it is located behind a truck stop/casino/restaurant and there were no other campers. But soon, there were 4 other campers pulling in. The sites is a bit bumpy, but fine. We had electric and the road noise was not bad. Did not notice it at all during the night. A fun, free place to stay for the night. - Rayne
Jul 2012 - $0.00
You get what you pay for in most cases but we thought this was a real deal! It really is free, pull in take any empty spot. The sites are a little rough, some are not too level. We didn't park in an official site but it was level and easy in/out. We stopped min-afternoon July 4 and found sites available. Some have 30 amp electric. We had a good meal in the restaurant for the equivalent of the cost of a night at other parks. - LivinTheDream
Jun 2016 - $12.00
No WiFi to speak of which is one drawback. Very nice proprietor and campground is beautiful, level, treed, very nice. I was disappointed because I thought we would be on the river/lake and there is little accessibility to water in the town. - saturn7
Sep 2015 - $10.00
Price reflects water & electric with Passport America weeknight discount. Very nice little park. Sites well spaced, shady, level gravel. The utility boxes look brand new. WiFi was slow but usable at times. Helpful, friendly staff. Yes, there are trains but they didn't wake me up. I would definitely return. - mockturtle
Aug 2015 - $11.00
This is a clean park. Pride of ownership really shows. Restrooms are clean, showers are 4 quarters for 3 minutes or 8 quarters for 7 minutes. Dump station for RVs... necessary because the newer portion of camp doesn't have sewers yet.
We used Passport America discount and camped in a 1978 Airstream. Wifi was great outside the trailer sitting at the picnic table. Could not get wifi inside the trailer....
Owners are friendly.
All the spots are shady. - Jim Lee
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful, park-like setting with large spaces. Whimsical carved critters abound. Very well-maintained. The owner was very helpful with suggestions regarding mechanical issues on the RV. We would happily stay here again. - Tonita
May 2016 - $33.00
We've overnighted here several times over several years. This year's stops on the way to and from Yellowstone didn't disappoint. The park was in perfect condition and everything was spotless, fresh and groomed.
Staff is very friendly. An exceptional treat is the chainsaw art carving throughout the park.
Important for us is that it almost exactly half way to Yellowstone from the Puget Sound (Seattle-Tacoma) area. - BillSprague
May 2016 - $33.00
Easy access from I-90. Some traffic noise may be a problem depending on site #; ours was OK. Good size gravel and level sites. Nice treed setting and private. The office had a nice store with local crafts. Clean bath facilities. OK WiFi but no cable or antenna TV. Great for overnight stay. Would definitely stay again. - savizz