One of the jewels of North Idaho. The newer campgrounds are level and spacious with clean restrooms and showers. When booking sites, choose carefully if you have a larger motorhome. The older campground - Snowberry can be a tight fit. There is 1 dump station in the park. Lots of trails for biking, walking and a frisbie golf course. It also has a lot of World War II history - worth visiting is the Brig and other sites. Negative: the campgrounds are a long ways away to the lake and swimming areas.
Probably only the nice RV Park in the area that can accommodate large motorhomes in the Yellowstone National Park area with full hook-ups. Paved and grassy sites, clean restrooms/showers. Mosquitos were not bad this time of the year (probably due to the breezy evenings). Negative comments: for the daily rate ($54), Wi-Fi should be free and unlimited; not just (2) 2 hour increments for free at 10 hours apart. Also, our outside table was just 2 feet from the neighbors sewer hook-up. There weren't even any trees or bushes to shield the view. Very unappetizing when eating dinner!