Small state park in a good location in Big Fork, MT. The park is busy so reservations are the way to go, they have no overflow sites. We got lucky with a cancellation. Most sites are small and narrow with some leveling needed. We have a 24 ft motorhome and I wouldn't go too much bigger than that. There is lake access for boats and swimming. Showers and restrooms are clean if you need them. It is close enough to Kalispel and Whitefish for day trips. We stayed 3 nights and would stay here again. They have 2 sets of camp hosts so someone is always on duty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location near Big Fork: a quick bike ride to town. There are quite a few local kids hanging around the park. That usually that doesn't bother me but two teenagers rolled up in their pickup and tried to open the doors to my car: luckily it was locked. I didn't even know about it until an officer came to talk to me about it the next day as the camp hosts saw it happen and reported it. I'm sure it was a fluke: but keep your doors locked. Otherwise a lovely park, but it can get crowded. I was able to get good Verizon signal with a signal booster. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Clean and quite. There are no hook ups but that was not a problem for us. Located on Flalthead lake they have a nice day area and boat launch. We have stayed at several other places in the area with full hook ups but we will come back to Wayfarers over the others any day. Nice shady spots and a couple of sunny sites also. Close to the Flat head Lake brewery which is a must to try, very nice to sit and talk to the locals, also a very good hamburger can be found at te Garden Bar restaurant in the quaint little town of Bigfork. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.