We stayed at Pride RV Resort under our Coast to Coast reciprocal agreement under our membership with our home park. The first time we stayed here was in 2000. We noticed several amenity upgrades since that first visit. There were nice level gravel sites, 3 point full hook-ups as well as creek side and mid-park pull throughs. There is located in the park a church building with resident pastoral family, laundry facilities, club house, pavilion, and a seasonal cafe and pool area. The park overall is a very nice place with many amenities; however, we did not enjoy our visit this time. We were charged $94.50 over and above our advanced payment with our Coast to Coast points and when we questioned the charges telling them we didn't need a 50 AMP site nor did we need a pull through creekside we were told it was a mandatory charge. Be advised that Pride Resort will apply these charges to Coast to Coast members. Upon calling Coast to Coast member services, it was agreed that the charges were exorbitant and the management was going to be contacted. Furthermore, be advised when we disputed the charges the manager became angry and was extremely disrespectful. I understand this isn't the kind of review that is welcomed but indeed it is a fact and fellow campers and potential guests at Pride Resort need to be made aware of these extra mandatory charges in addition to your Coast to Coast point charges and the angry display of management to a guest is inexcusable. I recommend as per the Coast to Coast member services representative that you contact the RV Park in advance and ask what the extra charges are going to be before you make your reservation.
We stayed here over Mother's Day weekend after purchasing a AAA vacation package online. It was inclusive of the Grand Canyon Train ride to the Canyon, hot lunch buffet for two, motor coach tour, two $20 gift certificates for the shops there and in the village and two nights at the RV park. The park was definitely an 8 out of 10. The only thing we wish they would have had was grass and trees. It was a bit too medicinal for us with all the concrete and decorative stones. The park was secure, the laundry room was state of the art, the bathrooms and showers were immaculate and gorgeous, the grounds were too perfect. I'm certain the "Big Rig" crowd love it but we campers finished out our stay here at The Grand Canyon across the interstate at a nearby campground.
We stayed in this campground because it was the closest park to where we were to meet family. The Army Surplus Store was indeed a plus to this park otherwise it wasn't a recommendable park. We were charged several dollars more than what we were quoted when we made our reservation. We were told our site had a sewer access and it did not. We were told the park had Wi-Fi, it did not. The sites were so close together we weren't sure we would be able to swing out of the row. I wouldn't say it was big rig friendly although there were a couple of larger sites. We had to dodge the dog waste as permanent residents walked their dogs around the empty sites and didn't clean up after them. It had rained so that aspect of our stay was quite disgusting. The permanent rigs were very old and very run down as well as the park property was unkempt. The manager was not here when we arrived; in fact we made several attempts to pay our bill in the office, and the door was locked. Close to I-15, the noise surprisingly was minimal. We stopped at the office on our way out to pay and even though I mentioned that we didn't have a full service site, our total was more than what we were quoted for full hook ups. It did appear that they were remodeling the office area. We do not recommend this park for anymore than one night, and will not stay here again.
I'm rating this park a 2 simply because the management couple were two of the sweetest people. The only asset to the park were the bathrooms. They were clean and updated. It was a Coast to Coast Classic park, I actually called Coast to Coast to see if we had made a mistake in pulling into the wrong park, unfortunately we had not. The description of the park in the CC directory was completely deceptive. Situated at the towns main intersection where I-80 met HWY 93. There was no WiFi, no modem, no activities building, very few sites although it did have W.E.& Sewer. Sirens blew all night as did the train whistle, kids congregate on the corner etc, etc, etc. The town is still trying to recover from an earthquake several years ago, so it was quite run down with not much to interest the visitors. Many of the businesses advertised were not even operating. There was a McDonalds in the Loves Truck Stop. Fine for an overnight stop to dump the tanks and rest, but not for an elongated stay. We actually shortened our stay from 4 nights to 3. I would not recommend more than a one night stay.
We loved this campground. We stayed 6 nights. The sites were level gravel and the grounds were meticulously cared for. The management was simply the best: friendly, informative, warm and inviting. We took several day trips from Conestoga, two of which were to Helena and Great Falls. Glacier NP is about a 2 hour+ drive North of the campground. There was a laundry and activity room connected to the exceptionally clean and decorated bathrooms and spacious showers. The town has a history and offers a self guided walking tour as well as shopping, groceries and restaurants all within walking distance. Our view in the morning were the snow capped mountains and a field of black, beef cattle. Big rig friendly, pull through, full service hook ups, WiFi available. We used our Direct TV. 64 miles north on HWY 89 from Exit 340 on I-90 was scenic. Look close to see the Elk grazing in the fields and Richardson ground squirrels frolicking by the roadside. Ice cream socials and community campfire are enjoyed throughout the week. It was more than a pleasant camping experience. Inquire in office/store about their reasonable membership and home park transfer options which a Coast to Coast Deluxe affiliation.
We live in our RV and have been to more than enough campgrounds to know what we like and what we don't. Livingston Campground and RV Park is a pleasant environment with green grass and trees which are hard to come by out West. The sites are spacious, level, gravel pull throughs with W.E.& S. Easily accessible from I-90 just off of Hwy. 89 South. The manager was friendly and inviting, both on the phone and in person, and it is very reasonably priced compared to all the other campgrounds in the area. The town is quaint with much character, places to tour, eat and shop and it's less than an hour drive to Yellowstone NP. WiFi was better than most parks. Connected instantly with 5 connectivity bars. Has cable TV, laundry, bathrooms w/showers. I don't know what else a camper could want for $20.00 per night. We stayed 10 nights in June in a 38 footer w/tow dolly. Would recommend this park because of the warm, welcoming personality of the management and for the fact that they don't advertise like the others so they're able to keep their prices reasonable and they're not an uppity campground with an uppity attitude. If you want a pool and a hot tub, there are plenty of those elsewhere, personally, we're campers and enjoy the camping atmosphere.