We camped in a minivan on a tent site. We found the staff to be friendly. One tried unsuccessfully to help me connect to Wi-Fi. Others talked about difficulties connecting, so don't count on it. We were unable to find the first site we were directed to somewhere in the cabin area, so we drove to the back area with trees and were assigned to one of the small sites there. It had a picnic table and trees for privacy, which was all we needed. The location was great for quick access to Glacier National Park, so we headed there for a short hike. When it started thundering we headed back to the site. Because of the threatening weather the pool and hot tub were closed. Since it was already after 7:00 PM we figured it would be closed for the night, but were pleasantly surprised to find it reopened at 8:00. We had really been looking forward to using the beautiful, enormous hot tub, and we weren't disappointed. It is the size of some small swimming pools I've seen in hotels. The air temperature was in the 50's, and sitting in the hot water with the mountain views was awesome. We also swam in the large pool, which was very nice. In a separated area there was what looked like a fun water play area for kids, with buckets of water pouring down. I'd definitely stay here again, for the hot tub and pool alone.
We enjoyed our one night stay in a quiet tent site on the creek. We reserved a site, but our plans changed slightly, and we asked if we could push our reservation forward one night. Our request was accommodated. Nice, dry firewood was available for $7 at the office. WI-FI didn't work at our site, but worked in the rest room. There was a path to the small, pleasant town of Radium Springs, but it was an uphill mosquito haven.