2 Parks near Thompson Falls, Montana
Aug 2015 - $30.00
We loved this location - but the trains were overwhelming. Our first night there, we had six or seven trains loudly rumble through, the second night there was one. We left. The spaces are very large with great separation, in amongst the trees. We had EWS and all worked fine. Not sure you could find a place in Thompson Falls without the trains. - Thirdtime
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Very quiet wooded park like setting. Everything is well maintained and clean. Camp hosts were very nice and helpful. Deer stroll through frequently.
We were in the Upper loop and there is no Wi Fi there but Verizon is working great.
If trains annoy you this park may not seem quiet to you. They run throughout the day and into early evening. I didn't hear any at night. - DRKM
Jun 2014 - $13.00
Rate cited is based on monthly rate. Excellent power. Usefulness of Wi-Fi dependent on closeness to office but cellular service was OK. Beautiful, park-like wooded setting on lake/stream between mountains with deer wandering through. Friendly/helpful staff and owners. Nice family restaurant in town. - Phil and Peggy
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