CG has a few back-in sites (with long term trailers) and what looks like a couple small apartments around 4 gravel pull through sites (one is very short). Check or cash paid through a mail slot in door, the owner did stop by with a receipt. 30 amp was 130v and our EMS shut us down briefly for over voltage twice in 2 days. Power pedestal did not have cover plate over circuit breakers so be careful when you reach in there to through the breaker. Rooftop dish worked, no trees. Verizon cell and hotspot worked. Sign by route US 2 says Rancho but owner said name is now Homestead. We were there due to bad weather and there's not much to choose from. We survived there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Run-down, but adequate for a quick overnight stay. Adjacent to the highway so very convenient. Showers/bathrooms were poorly lit and filthy, and the floor was spongy with rotting spots underneath the vinyl flooring. There was also a strong smell of sewage during our stay from a dump gone wrong, so this colored our experience. No playground equipment, but a grassy area to run and play for our toddler. Overall, a depressing, run down park, but okay esp. if you don't have kids and are only staying for a night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here to visit with friends in the Wolf Point area for about a week. Owner very friendly, went out of his way to assist us. Because, it was in April, the water was not hooked up when we got there but he had it up and running the next day. A little noise from the highway but nothing that woke us up at night. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you're in this part of the state about the time you need to stop, this park is your only choice. A bit run down, looks rather seedy, but otherwise offers a place to park for the night. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Even though this park looks pretty run down, it is like an oasis in the desert. After failing to find anywhere to stay near Williston, ND, this was the next stop. We called ahead to the number listed in the Montana visitor guide and was told we would have a site when we got there. We were directed to a level, freshly mowed, back in site with full hookups and great WI-FI. There were many long term sites, but also a number of over nite type sites. If ever in the area again, I would have no problem staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Located on route 2. Has a motel on site also. Very run down location. We hesitated to stay but nothing was available for several miles. Another traveler came in and we felt safer with them beside us. This place with some care would be a busy camp. This place is listed in some of the camping books. We camped here in a Motorhome.