Located outside of Big Timber about 2 miles. Great retreat. We fortunately had a wonderful spot - the only pull through and on the river. Lots of trees and shade. Only electrical and water hook up which concerned me because we are new at travailing and can't gauge my water usage well. But, a honey wagon is available when ever you need it for an extra $10.
This park is very removed from all hustle and noise. About 5 miles to the main road and another 3-5 to any groceries. But, I would call it a "RV Oasis". Mountains and fields of yellow wild flowers on one side and Henry's Lake on the other. You can't see the lake, but there is a gravel 1/2 mile road to walk or ride bikes there. Trees and a wooden fence surround the entire park. Our only complaint was that across from our spot were tents with a family of 7 for the first 2 days we were there. No problems, just unsightly. Maybe they could accommodate tent campers along the fence beside the road. Laundry room clean. Bathrooms clean. Park was overall clean and did not seem "cluttered" even though there were some campers that were set up for the summer.
This park was wonderfully secluded with a stocked trout pond across from the office area. Most of the sites were spaced out enough through multi levels and dense trees that you had a sense of privacy. We saw this park on our way into Glacier and drove in to take a look. The staff gave us a map and allowed us to "tour" the park. We made a reservation and moved here after a week in a busier town near by. The two days here were a calm and refreshing treat! We wished we had found this RV "retreat" earlier in our trip. Laundry room was clean- and if needed - a nice quiet "waiting area" to read until laundry was done. The office was filled with cute Montana gifts and goodies. We would stay here again. We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
We pulled in and pulled out after discussion that this was not what the internet page had displayed or indicated. The site we were assigned was NOT the one discussed and reserved a month earlier via phone. The site assigned would not have accommodated us at all. Next to the assigned site was a full timer small camper and a parked boat in the site next to that. Totally unattractive park that is across the road from the lake and cramped behind a small walk in hamburger joint. Again, not what you see on the web page.
A nice surprise. A 1/4 mile off of highway on quiet road. Totally fenced and treed. Used to be a KOA and is no longer affiliated with them. Almost every spot is shaded and has grass and picnic table. Nice spacing between units. The staff is attentive to guests and check the park in golf carts quite often, not excessive. Three miles from Three Forks (town) and we rode our bikes in on the bike path. We would have stayed longer had we not been on tail end of our trip home. This is my first review - we have been "burned" with location 3 times because of inaccurate reviews or ratings. I will do my best to be accurate with comments so others won't have problems. Our site number was 34 or 35 - can't remember now.