This free RV site is behind the Silver Dollar Casino in Haugan, Montana. It is off the I-90 at exit 16 and is advertised many places along the I-90 between Missoula and Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. There are several signs that indicate it is free. There is free electricity and this location is sort of a cult location for travellers in Montana. It is not fancy but it is free and you can say that you were here. Good food and a good bar at the Casino. We parked under a big street light.
We stayed here in a small rig. The staff are very friendly and helpful. We had no reservation. Access to the beach is close. We found this location to be damp and a bit muddy, but it has been a wet summer. There are short hiking trails and access to the boat dock. A solid place to stay on the Oregon coast.
This Park is about 20 km west of Cranbrook, BC, next to Moyie Lake. It is very rural and isolated. There are no hook ups but there are showers, bathrooms and sewage disposal. It is very quiet at night. The sites are quite large. The fee of 28 dollars is expensive based on services offered. There are excellent hiking trails and a good area to bike around. There is a host on site who comes around and collects fees. Dogs are not permitted on the lake beach areas. Staff are very keen to police dogs and other transgressions. One bathroom has a lot of spiders which will make some people queasy. A great place to get away from it all and enjoy the forest.
This RV resort has sites that are owned but rented out due to town by-laws. Owners must rent out a certain number of weeks per year. Each pet costs an extra 5 dollars. We stayed at site #93 which has an excellent view of Osoyoos and the lake. This resort is an example of you pay for what your get. It is expensive but it is an excellent place to stay. It does not have a pet area. Across the road is access to a beach area of Osoyoos lake. We had cable TV, electric, water and sewer. The sites are cement covered. It is a 25 minute walk down town. There is a bike repair shop downtown if you get a flat etc, next to Tim Hortons. Luxury Rving at its best.
This is a great state park to stay in. We have a small motorhome and two dogs and really enjoyed our stay. It is very neat and has nice hiking trails and a very nice atmosphere. The park is well run and very neat. At night, only a hint of traffic noise can be heard in the distance, yet this park is located conveniently.
This park is exceptionally clean - especially the bathrooms. It is also very quiet considering the older clientele. Management are very client focused and very aware of RV Park reviews. We stayed in site #108 which has a view of the nearby river. Shopping including an outlet mall is close. Residents of Troutdale are very friendly. It is not a location for small children but for older travelers it is a park close to the highway yet quiet and secure. The manager was considerate to us- he let us stay with a large second dog if we promised to be quiet. We highly recommend this location.
Very friendly park located in the city of Great Falls, Montana. It is close to shopping and easy to find. We found the traffic noise bothersome. Our site backed onto the highway so it sounded like cars were very close. 0230-0630 was better. Staff are very good and helpful. There is a small RV shop with quite a few useful parts for sale to enhance the lifestyle. Other clientele were friendly which reflects the atmosphere on site.
All staff at this resort are very customer focused. We have to compliment on in particular who helped us with our RV awning! Staff also lent us a Cable TV cord. We stayed at site #15 for two nights. The bathrooms are very clean here. The sites are quite large and everyone seems friendly. A segment of this park is designated for permanent residents. They have use of the swimming pool. At the end of the residential area there is a steep path through the woods to Sinclair Falls and to Radium HotSprings itself. It is a difficult climb. This park has a lot of mosquitos right now (end of July). Bring repellant and a gazebo. We recommend this RV resort.
This is a small quiet provincial park. It is about 16 km south of Fort Steele on a secondary highway and quite close to Cranbrook, BC. It is well kept but there is no water hookup or electricity. Across the road is very pretty Norbury Lake which is turquoise in colour. It is very scenic. Deer are plentiful in this area so be careful when driving. According to the on site caretaker, there is a small 2 year old male bear in the area so make sure he doesn't scavage food so he won't be put down or relocated. This is a nice little park to stay in. The lots are also generous.
Cypress Hills is in southern Alberta about 60 km south east of Medicine Hat, Alberta. The town of Elkwater is adjacent to Elkwater Lake just off Highway 41 which continues south to the USA. We stayed at the Beaver Creek campground but there are others including Old Baldy and Lakeview which are part of the Alberta segment of the Cypress Hills. This Provincial Park has many services including a grocery store, visitors center, a pavilion, boatdock etc. The Cypress Hills area is very popular with western Canadians. The employees are very client focused and provide survey forms at your campsite. They are keen to do a good job. They are very friendly. The bathrooms are very clean and modern. We were fortunate to see fireworks across Elkwater Lake at dusk which were very impressive, as part of 'Park day festivities'. The Beaver Creek campground has small paved sites which was quiet after 11 pm. There is a small beach area which was busy. Dogs are not permitted on the sandy beach of Elkwater Lake. The place was sold out and many people reserve sites on line. We highly recommend this campground, provincial park and region of Canada.
We enjoyed staying on the 'B' side of this park. It was very quiet at night considering how busy it was. The only concern is that you must pay to get into the Federal Park and then pay for the site as well. This makes a single nights stay expensive. There are hiking trails and lots to do at the Waterton town site. I highly recommend this location.
This park has an excellent location across from Fort Steele historic site and within view of the Rockies. We visited the accordion festival in Kimberley while in the area. We have previously stayed at this park and had good experiences. I found two male staff members were rude and aggressive towards clientele. Perhaps they are having a difficult summer due to the weather. I had reserved this location several months in advance and was assigned a lot and a price. When I asked about a substantial change in price, I was told that the staff member who quoted the price and location no longer worked here. "The owner reserves the right to change prices." One male employee tried to intimidate me when I politely asked about the price change. Bathrooms were dirty and shower outlets did not work properly or at all. Paper towels were not replaced in the bathrooms. My impression is that the owners are absentee at another site in Tofino, B.C. and several management employees are not client focused. I recommend other parks in the area considering this resort is expensive.