Easy access and generous gravel sites for all sizes of rigs next to a small casino with adequate restaurant. The park has a few trees that are too small for shade and no grass. Rest rooms and showers were very clean. The only other campers were a fifth wheel, the absent host's beat-up trailer and a guy living in the back of his pick-up. Casino website has been out-of-date for years, but they say they can't correct it. We'll go elsewhere next time.
This park has potential, but it appears old and worn out and is adjacent to an even worse park. Many sites are permanently occupied by very old deteriorated travel trailers and motorhomes. The small private lake (fishing allowed) and a 3-mile trail around the lake and along the Boise River are the only amenities. Freeway and railroad noise is deafening. We'll go elsewhere next time.
Very clean and well-manicured park with grass, trees and small concrete patios between the paved spaces. Very clean rest rooms and showers. Not much for kids to do, but close to other city parks and recreation areas. Friendly staff provided complimentary coffee and morning paper. Located on a main arterial and close to Idaho State Univ. and all shopping needs.
Very nice small RV park a couple miles from Dillon and within easy reach of several historic ghost towns. Can handle all sizes of RVs with easy access from I-15. Unusual shower/rest room configuration, but very clean with some nice decorative touches. The pool was not available, but lots of grass to play on and no obstructions to satellite access. War vets get a discount.
This is one of the three best RV parks in the Missoula area. Access is excellent from I-90 and Hwy 93 but the nearness of several truck stops results in plenty of truck and traffic noise. A nearby rail line adds train noise. The park is beautiful with grass, trees and decorative flowers everywhere. All facilities were very clean. It's a popular park so call ahead or arrive early so you don't get turned away.
Perfect location to visit Whitefish, Kalispell, Glacier Nat'l. Park, Flathead Lake, etc. Small park with paved driveways, gravel pads, plenty grass and good spacing between sites. Rest rooms, showers and laundry are in main office building and are kept very clean. Management is very friendly, dogs get "treats" and there's a nice grass field for kids to play. Free WiFi and cable TV are both excellent and the lack of large trees favor those who rely on satellites. This park is adjacent to Highway 40 and traffic noise can be irritating. This park is popular so call ahead if you can.
We stay at this park because it is midway between East and West Glacier Park and has services that aren't available in the National Park campgrounds. This park is in a big meadow near Marias Pass and the Continental Divide. Very quiet and peaceful at night with very little traffic on Highway 2. Nothing fancy, just basic services with very clean rest rooms and showers, well-maintained lawns and grounds and a nice little store with ice cream bars. Cell and internet service was difficult, but a central booster made it possible. Rules state that dogs must be leashed, but nobody objected to letting dogs run loose in the large meadow, and they loved it. We'll camp here again.
Very well-maintained small comfortable RV park at the edge of Libby. Easy access and convenient to everything. Friendly helpful management. Rest rooms and showers were always clean. No problems with phone or internet access. Lots of grass and trees made it a very pleasant park. Would have stayed longer but they were already booked for an upcoming car show.