The poor reviews of this park made us sign in to become reviewers because this park was so lovely. I don't know if it recently changed hands but the couple who own and run it now are very nice & extremely helpful. The woman cleans this place so well it isn't just clean it smells clean! The sites were wide, good grass, shade if you preferred, full hook ups. It was a great central location for us so we stayed 4 nights and toured Chief Plenty Coups State Park, Pictograph Caves State Park, Red Lodge, & went to Reed Point for the annual Running of the Sheep. The town has a fun very small museum - don't miss it we learned a lot. We knew about all the things to do because the woman who owned it went out of her way to tell us about them. Great place to stay.
We are here right on - on the internet from our beautifully wooded site (f10). When we read the previous reviews we almost wrote this place off but thankfully pulled in to check it out b/c the other parks in West Glacier were so costly. The family who owns the place are lovely - they went out of their way to be helpful. Since it is the end of season and they aren't packed they let us drive around and choose the site right for us. When we picked one the Father said "before you pull in checkout F10" and he was right - it is even better. They advertise this place as "Camping like it used to be" and that is so right on. This place is massive with large spots, lots of privacy, tall trees, thick woods - like campground I recall in the 1970's. As for the complaints about the Wi-Fi - I am on it right now from my spot, just uploaded trip photos too. Great connection. Next time we are back to explore Glacier Nat'l Park we are looking forward to staying here. Can't hear a road right now - wow. Camped in 47 states and 7 Canadian Provinces in the last 4 years - wish there were places like this everywhere.