We have been staying at this park for about 10 years when we have business in Logan. It is the most convenient in the surrounding area. It could use some shade and the shared power and water pedestals aren't my favorite since it places the driver's side of two RVs very close together. This park has an interesting management style. The managers are very rarely in the office but they do appear in the park a couple of times a day on their golf cart. While they have WI-FI but it's not reliable, we had to use the McDonald's down the street. There are also only three TV channels available.
The sites at this park are level and very well maintained. The staff was very knowledgeable and helpful. Each site has grass and the interior roads are paved on the perimeter and gravel elsewhere. The sites are fairly close together. We would probably stay here again but only for a night because of the cost.
We stayed here for two weeks. Very close to Glacier NP and we even took a day trip to Waterton Park in Alberta. This is a clean park and we observed maintenance going on on a daily basis. Lots of grass and large play areas for kids. They even have a nightly bonfire for the residents. The restaurant is more of a home atmosphere and the baked goods are special. We stayed on the north side spaces which are very wide.
This is a very clean and neat campground. The owners are great and are very responsive to any requests. They are always available and spend a lot of time taking care of this park. We had 50 amp service and Wi-Fi and both worked great. There is lots of grass, a creek, wide spaces, and most interesting, there is a small museum of artifacts and vehicles from WWII and later. We spent a week here and will definitely be back.
This is a jewel we've been passing by without stopping for 11 years on our way to Logan, Utah. We finally made reservations to stop and we were very pleasantly surprized. This RV park beats everything in Logan and from now on we'll be staying here and driving the toad the 16 miles to Logan. The sites are easy to get into and there's lots of grass and trees. It was unseasonable hot when we were here but this is a real oasis. The people here were very nice and the stay was very enjoyable.
We'e been stopping at this KOA for the past 11 years on our way from Phoenix to northern climes. We have always been treated very well by the workers. The sites are very well maintained and the individual sites are level and spaced adequately. The park is located just blocks from town and is convenient to restaurants.