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9 RV Parks near Troy, Montana
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Nice location in the woods, lovely walk to the ricer with great views. This place is probably the ultimate example of how you can keep old facilities perfectly maintained and clean, really impressive. - Tobi
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a small park right off the highway so very convenient. The road and train noise were noticeable during the day however seemed to end about bedtime. The park was built in the fifties which might explain the less than optimally placed utilities. Other reviewers mentioned the restrooms but try as I might I was never able to find the the door unlocked. This was idle curiosity for me but for some campers it could be an issue, especially since there were only three other campers in the park. Restroom access is important! There are a few sites for big rigs but most are sized for smaller rigs. Again, typical with an older park. It is a very pleasant park and worked well for our overnight stay. Verizon phone worked well but 3G. - PBuds
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This is a great little park, the owners are wonderful people, we stayed here for a week (they have a different price for a week stay). The park is basic, it has plenty of trees for shade, fire rings and picnic tables, the wifi was really good at our site, couldn't pickup any tv reception on our RV antenna. There's definitely road noise from Rte 2 and you can hear the trains but the noise dies off at night. I would definitely stay here again. - Mandrake
Jul 2018 - $45.00
We loved this park and town. The young couple who manage it do a fantastic job. Only downside was we paid to back in next to the creek, which really isn’t a creek. Lots of other sites at reasonable prices. Close to grocery stores, restaurants, the dam, and sporting goods. One of our all time favorite places! - User1471
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Second time staying at Woodland RV, happy we were in the area and able to stay again. Beautiful park, extremely clean and well kept. Friendly and helpful people. Love the spots by the creek. - Samantha J
Jul 2018 - $46.00
One of the cleanest parks we have stayed in since leaving Texas. The spots are mostly shady, very good gravel roads, fair spacing between slots, and convenient to get it and out of. The Only exception, and this same problem is in most parkswe stay in these days, is the inconsiderate dog owners letting their dogs continually 'Yap' at everything they see. - OlePhart
Jul 2018 - $35.00
My 7/14 review gives a still fairly accurate, more detailed description of the park. We again had a gravel, level, pull through, FHU site with cable TV. It was also satellite friendly. The Wi-Fi was adequate for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. The bathrooms (one for each sex) and laundry are clean. There is nothing recreational in the park, but that makes for a quiet park. I still don't see any recycling in the park. - Jerry S
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a basic campground, good for an overnight or for a few days.
The entrance road is concrete and full of potholes. The interior roads are on crushed rock and the sites are on a combination of grass and rocks. The sites are uneven, making it a little difficult to level. The pull-through sites were big rig friendly.
The utilities were on the appropriate side. All of the sites had full hookups, with back-in sites around the perimeter and pull-through sites in the center. There was 20/30/50 amp service and the voltage was good, hovering around 118 volts. All sites had a picnic table.
The bathrooms were clean but very dated. There were two showers per gender. Wi-Fi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There was (1) washer and (1) dryer in the ladies room costing $2 each. Pay at the front desk.
There was some train noise at night.
We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We stayed at this campground with a 32 foot RV. - adsaxs
May 2015 - $30.00
We traveled to Montana for my birthday and found this RV Park. What an excellent choice!! Very clean, quiet and beautiful. The thunder and lighting show was a bonus! The staff was very helpful and courteous. Other campers also had pets and were respectful of the grounds and each campsite. Hope to travel there again, we will surely stay there again. Thank you. - susan w
Aug 2018 - $10.00
This is an okay campground for a night while passing through. Sites are all dirt because of the forested area where no grass grows. The fee was high considering we got no utilities. Verizon MiFi, AT&T cell phone worked well. We viewed TV over the air since we were only here for one night. There's a really nice grocery store next to the campground if you want to do some shopping. Not sure we would stay here again because of the dirt and lack of electricity. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Nice small park right in town in a park. Clean restrooms with flush toilets. No showers. Water available and dump station on site. Most sites are smaller but sites 8 and 15 both could handle a 40' motorhome. Right behind the local grocery store you can walk to. The deli in the store has free Wi-Fi. - jprisbe
Aug 2008 - $10.00
This campground is a City Park. It is located half-mile west of Junction 2 and SR 37 right behind the Kootenai Chamber of Commerce and Rousauers Grocery Store. It is dry camping; water available in the park to fill tanks; RV dump is $3 and only open 8-10am and 6-8pm. Shaded. Right next to a nice city park and cemetery. There is a host on site. A good, safe place for an overnight stay. - adsaxs
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Great little park north of Libby on the river. Weak Verizon signal. Great views from front row. Big rig friendly. - heyduke50
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Friends invited us on a whim. Located at 6476 Lake Koocanusa Scenic Biway/Mt-37, 6 miles from Libby, Montana on the Kootenai River. Fishing is great. No laundry, no restrooms or showers. Daily CG happy hour on the bank of the river. 50AMP, water and sewer are well located on each site. Wi-Fi can be had at the office, phones mostly don't work and satellite TV is all you can get. Lots of grass and shade trees, level gravel sites and easy access to and from the highway. We will return when through the area. - SilverBear
Sep 2018 - $30.00
We were late making reservations and stayed in two different sites during our 10 day stay. Both sites were long and wide enough for our 40 ft motorhome and jeep. The utilities were new at both sites and worked as they should. We found the owners and staff to be friendly and helpful and will definitely stay here again if we are in the area. - puddleduck
Jul 2018 - $33.00
One of the most beaitiful,clean C.G we have stayed over the years. The Location is perfect for exploring North Idaho. Clean beach and playground. Will come back. - summerdude
Aug 2017 - $33.00
This really is a nice park in the valley. Great for kids. But I would take issue with the road in and out, we came with a 43ft motor home and had a hard time getting down. And even harder leaving. A motor home doesn't bend in the middle, like a truck and trailer... but we made it out. The owner may tell you there is no problem, but if you have anything bigger than 40ft I would recommend you at least drive down in the car to see if you want to go down. However we left after one night (we had 4 nights paid for) because there was no phone, no internet, and only 30A power. - jOHNONTHEROAD
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a lovely park, deep in a valley where the Moyie and Kootenai rivers join together. Sites are spacious with lots of trees. We've stayed here before and would return. The road coming down into the valley is gravel, steep and has hairpins, so be forewarned. Worth the drive. - fulltime birders
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This area of Idaho is absolutely beautiful and Lake Ponderay is super also. The folks in this park are very nice and friendly, but that is where it ends. The park is so outdated (55 years old) and lacks the basics that a RV park should have. Site was not level and very close to your neighbor. The electricity was absolutely terrible. 30A service would not hold 100 volts when we had nothing on when demand was high in the park. My surge protector would drop the electric @ 102 volts (to protect the appliances). Don't think of even running anything...much less an A/C. Temps were unusual hot 95*F+ on many days. The maintenance man said sorry the park is old and the wiring outdated. All this and more for $40. a night. WiFi was $5. a day. In looking back, I should have boondocked at Wal-Mart and then go to the lake. Wouldn't even think of staying there again. - Numbnuts
Sep 2018 - $45.00
We stayed one night in a 40' fifth wheel. This is a nice park with convenient pull-thru sites. The on-site owner was very nice. They host a wine reception in the evenings but we were too tired to participate. We walked the property and saw some nice shaded sites that we would have liked if we were going to stay longer. The blue lake is rather small but you can go down to feed the fish and the turtles. You see a somewhat abandoned building from the road and it is a rather steep but brief descent across the railroad tracks around that building to the park. Getting in to the pull throughs was easy and the owner did escort us up to the site. These sites are closer to the road but no road noise. These sites are closer to the railroad tracks and we did hear several trains. We are in an all season RV and kept the windows closed so it wasn't bad. There is a livestock pasture of some sort off to the left of the property. We would stay here longer if we had a reason to visit the area. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Aug 2018 - $37.00
A hidden gem in the Gem State, this RV campground was our saving grace! Colorado natives with intentions of staying in the Sandpoint area were quickly nixed, as we navigated crowded roadways and the "best RV resorts nearby"...so disappointing! Desperate for a quiet place to settle in for a few weeks, hubby's Google search brought up Blue Lake RV Resort. A quick call, good timing, and just one last short push down the road, brought us to this little piece of heaven. The slow speed limit posted upon entering the park allowed us a glimpse of the many beautiful facets of this property. On the left, a trail weaving thru a field of bright yellow tansy tugged at the wanderer in me.....and on the right, Blue Lake, the sapphire crown jewel and namesake of this precious place gave reason to pause. After a quick check in the owner escorted us to our site, providing competent direction thru the towering trees that would shade us for the next few weeks. We enjoyed the Wine Bar on our first night, tasting local wines on the quaint little deck overlooking the lake. Excursions over the next few days included lovely waterfall hikes, driving and biking thru wildlife refuges, a visit to Canada, and kayaking across pristine lakes big and small. We are full time RV'ers (for almost a year now), with dogs, and I can say, "pet friendly" accurately describes this place. A shaded fenced dog park complete with dog waste bags, allowed for off leash exercise. For those of us preferring leashed companions, trails meandering around the lake and thru the old, now flower-filled vineyard provided endless multi-sensory options. Also important to us, laundry and shower facilities (with heated floors!) were cleaned daily. We rank this park in the top 3 of the 24 parks we have stayed in over this past year, and would hope to stay here again, should we find ourselves in the Idaho Panhandle in the future. - Kim John
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We were in very tight wooded site, but it worked for us. Some of the sites do not have sewer, so dump before parking. The young guy who runs the place is great — plus he had a great sense of humor. No problem with the trains. Great location to go to Sandpoint or over the border into Canada. - User1471