We really enjoyed our stay here. Park had convenient access to freeway and to town for supplies. The owner couple were very kind and helpful. We were interested in going to Crystal Park and she loaned us supplies and gave us great info on where to go and what to do. When we got back with our "treasures" she took the time to tell us what we had found. Sites were level and a decent size. There were no fires allowed at the site, but fire pits had been set up with benches and with wood and you were welcome to have a fire in these common areas.
The view is outstanding and the staff was very kind and friendly and it is very conveniently located for touring Glacier Nat'l Park. That's about all I can say that's good about this park. Sites were so tiny and unlevel you could not put out an awning and it took more than 40 minutes to try to get some semblance of level. We felt we were walking on a rolling deck in the coach. The laundry room was small and was available to people from all over the area. Wi-Fi was only available at the office and the laundry room and was always in heavy use and very slow. Wi-Fi usage was also sold to anyone who wanted to use it. Water hookups were set up between 2 sites, but electric and sewer were always on the driver's side. I had to literally crawl under my rig in order to reach my hose to connect it on the passenger side of the coach. I recommend staying in the other campground. Much nicer and much cheaper.
Although sites are close together, they are much better than others we looked at in the area. The owners, are fantastic and go out of their way to be helpful and share their knowledge of the area. Great location, too!
After traveling the US for nine weeks we were delighted to find a place as nice as this. Clean, level sites; helpful personnel; shade and cool mountain air. We weren't looking for a lot of activity, just a place to wind down and relax and this place fit the bill to a T.