The rate is Coast to Coast. There is an additional $3 per day "resort fee." It is on a lake, one site may have a water view, they rent boats, but otherwise there are no resort amenities. The sites, as previously posted, are very tight, no room even for awnings. The roads are narrow, making most of the sites hard to get into if there are rigs on either side, even the "pull in sites." We were put in the water and electric only sites even though there were sites available with sewer connections. As a previous poster noted, not all of them work. The electricity on our site was so low, it was awful. There was only one other coach on our row and it was stored for the weekend while the owner was away. It is good we did not need the A/C, we would have been out of luck. If we had not had an EMS system, we would probably have burned up at least a small appliance from the low voltage. Only a small portion of the sites can get satellite reception. The cable system is basic, but is does work. The park is clean, in a nice location, quiet and the office staff are friendly enough, although they refused to admit the the problems with the electrical system. Too bad there has not been any upgrades in many, many years.
The owners make this park. They are very friendly and try to make your stay as pleasant as possible. The park is in the middle of town, with no scenery. The sites are wide enough to put your awning out and sit under it and enjoy the weather. The utilities all work as they should, except the Wi-Fi will not reach as far as they think. We were in the middle of the park and could not pick it up at the coach. It worked fine outside the office. The access is good, easy in and out. We would stay here again.
They advertise full hookups and let you reserve them through Coast 2 Coast, but they have so few of them, don't expect to get one. Watch where you walk, because the kids on bicycles don't watch out for you, not even if you are driving a motor home. Very, very dusty. Staff very indifferent to you, they really don't care that you chose to stay here. Glad I only booked two nights.
Have stayed here several times over the last couple of years. Old park, but generally well kept. However, there has been no maintenance of the roads since we first stayed here. We are about 100 ft from the office and the Wi-Fi does not work. Sewer connections are uphill and the setup of them is just plain dumb. Staff is courteous, but not overly friendly. They are changing to a KOA park. Bad news, rates will probably go up! We will probably not stay here again.
Call ahead. If they offer to put you in the "overflow", which is behind the motel, go somewhere else. (They may only put Passport Members there.) The sites are long, but narrow because they double up. The overflow sites are only W&E and the electrical boxes are old and some of the receptacles are broken. There is a trash barrel that was overflowing and some had blown up against the fence. If they have a "pick up after your pooch" rule, they do not enforce it in this part of the park. Also, they apparently do not have a dangerous breed rule. Pit Bulls are allowed. The main part of the park looked much nicer.
Only an over nighter, close to interstate so lots of noise. The spaces are stripes on a asphalt lot and are very tight. I would hesitate to try to park in between two other coaches they are so tight. One of those put your money in the slot parks.
Older park but clean and well maintained. Owner and staff very friendly and helpful. Interior roads and spaces gravel and reasonably level. Only a few "big rig" spaces. Fairly quiet for as close to the interstate as it is. Shopping and restaurants very close.
This is great small park, all concrete drives, pads and patios with grass in between. The staff was friendly and efficient. Nice meeting room with kitchen. The pull thrus are ample, we were only there one night and did not have to unhook (43' RV and toad). Did not use Wi-Fi, but it is available. Rate is net of Good Sam discount.
This place is a dump! It is VERY tight. Our friends 40 footer barely fit in the site. They made room for our 43 foot rig by letting us take up three short spaces. It is right on Highway 1, six lanes of traffic, very noisy. There is no room to park your tow at your site, yes they are that tight. My wife was afraid to stay there so we only stayed one night and moved across town. The only good thing they have is WIFI.
What a joke! The only truth in their ads is that the views are great, but only for 1/2 of the sites. The sites are extremely narrow and not very level. After scratching the rig getting into the site, we had to trim the scrubby trees to get our slides out. The sewer connection is at the very back of the site, right at the road, so have lots of sewer hose with you. It is the smaller pipe, so the donut fitting will not work. Then they put the site post right next to it so you can't use the screw in type. On top of that they have a pavilion they rent out behind their "world famous" restaurant. Loud music into the wee hours of the night. It is way over priced, but they know they gotcha if you want to see the east side of Glacier NP. I'll try the KOA next time.
An okay place to stay while seeing Glacier, and is one of the closest ones if you can't stay in the park. Most of the sites are a little tight for multiple slideouts, but they do have long sites for big rigs.
A very nice campground with friendly and helpful owners. They take pride in the appearance and cleanliness of the park. The grass and flowers were well watered and manicured. We were on the back side of the park and had very little highway noise but the WIFI was very weak at our site. They are several miles from town and shopping. Since they are just off I- 90, they were full almost every night we stayed there. We will stay there again when in the area.
Nice long gravel pull thrus. Easy access for a big rig, yet minimal highway noise. Friendly, helpful staff and owner. Nicest place to stay to fish this area of the Madison River. We will stay there again.
The only problem with this park is it is tight. The spaces are close and the turns are tight. It is secluded, quiet and has friendly staff. WIFI is marginal. Buy your groceries, etc. before you go, the nearest grocery is several miles away and it is very small.
Probably as good a "dry camp experience" as you can get. The sites are shady, generous and almost all are "pull thoughs". Actually, they are more of a "pull out" carved out of the woods. Generator hours are 8AM to 8PM. The scenery is awesome.
This park is all new! The new owners are RVers who know what RVers want. The spaces are generous, wide turning areas, shade, pull throughs and right on the river. Walk down and fish. They are still working on it, making more spaces, adding pavilions, etc. The WIFI is strong. A little pricey, but a nice park.
This is one of two parks with the same owners. This one is 9 miles south of town. Easy access into park and in park. Pull-thrus are long and mostly level. Some sites are gravel and some are grass. Cafe is good. They carry a few supplies in the office. Manager and family very accommodating. His children help in the business. Pet friendly as manager has pets but they do not run loose. Children friendly with small playground. Small river runs beside campground property. Good for overnight if passing thru or for extended stay if you like quiet.
Easy access in and around the park with ample space in between the sites. Long pull throughs. River view, but you must pull in and stretch your connections to look out over the river. Clean well run and friendly owner/manager. Good fishing right in front of the park.
The only reason I down rated this park is it's extremely tight quarters. The pull thrus are long enough for a big rig, barely. It is tight and may take some maneuvering getting in and out. Lots of trees and some grass. Nice playground for children. A lot of tenters come and go on the weekends. Otherwise, a very nice park and helpful managers.