July 16, 2021 - reviewed by Tammy
I thought this place was just OK. Not a great site and could not level up. The only positive I can say, is location to East Glacier entrance. Maybe the full hook up sites on the upper level were a little better, but I supposed I wanted a park experience not a parking lot experience when i traveled almost 3000 miles to Glacier. I will say though, looking around, not many campgrounds for large RVs look very nice.
October 6, 2019 - reviewed by Wally
View But On A Slope
RV sites are on a relatively steep hill. Great views but very little room to sit outside. Not a very well maintained Park...grass not mowed, ruts on access road, unlevel sites leaning downhill and worse of all, sewer hook up was up hill. However, great views if facing Glacier, and restaurant is awesome. If I had a do over, would have stayed at the KOA which is visible from this place.
September 18, 2019 - reviewed by Sandi
We stayed overnight September 18; apparently they could hardly wait to get out of there. Restaurant was closed, grass not mowed and restrooms in need of ...everything. Check in lady was cordial but obviously done for the season.
July 6, 2019 - reviewed by XAmmann
Gateway To East glacier
The full hookup, even spots 2-28 have a spectacular view of Lower Saint Mary Lake and the Mountains.
It was windy and there were an unusual amount of Mosquitoes but the location is perfect from venturing into East Glacier.
Downside: the spot are not level all all and the Internet is non existent unless you are at the main check in area.
Upside: Great Location, nice staff, cheapest propane around, good restaurant on site, very close to all the other restaurants/outdoor food spots.
June 8, 2019 - reviewed by Doug
Close To east Entrance To Glacier
Spent one night June 2019. Price was $52.25 with Good Sam discount For full hook-ups. Price is high for the amenities provided at the park but you are paying for the proximity to Glacier and Waterton Parks. Check in was easy and very friendly employees. Sites were close but manageable. Dirt sites with grass, these are not real level but work. The view of the lake and valley is amazing!! I would stay again but would check out the Park campgrounds first.
August 29, 2018 - reviewed by Renae
Loved the view from top of hill overlooking lake and mountains. RVs are very tight. Friendly people and great restaurant. Laundry rooms leave a bit to be desired. Smelly and expensive but gets the job done. Book early if you’d like full hookup. Dump station available though.
July 9, 2018 - reviewed by Steve
Nice people, good food but extremely tight like an old Drive-In movie lot.
If you need Wi-Fi it is horrible.
Took us all day to communicate with home. In and out service.
May 29, 2018 - reviewed by Aaron D
This campground has some of the best vantage points for seeing everything. Mainly since this campground is set on a hill. Previous reviews indicated very close RV spots, this is still true and the tent spots are more spacious but lack the views. The staff were super nice and have plenty of information about the area.
August 13, 2017 - reviewed by Min
We'd Come Back
The KOA across the street was $100 compared to just over $30! Clean, quiet, friendly/helpful
staff and great proximity to Glacier entrance. Yeah, the bathroom wasn't what you'd find in the Ritz but it was fine and serviceable.
August 4, 2017 - reviewed by John
Great Views, not much else.
Fantastic views from this campground on the side of a hill. RV sites are pretty tight together, tent sites are more spacious. Bathrooms not great, and tokens to make the showers work is a pita. Staff is friendly though, and hookups in good condition.
June 5, 2017 - reviewed by JMA
Incredible views from campsite. Easy access to Glacier. Bathrooms need serious updating but were clean. Access to bathrooms does require either climbing or driving down the hill. We would stay here again if we were in the area.
August 21, 2016 - reviewed by Linda
Kind of pricey, almost $43, even with good Sam membership. For that, water and 30 amp power, very narrow, very un- level, back-in spot, right by road. The view was incredible, however.
July 6, 2016 - reviewed by BLN
$31.77 for a basic tent site. Showers take tokens and the store is the only way to get them. So, if it's closed, you're out of luck.
July 1, 2016 - reviewed by Erika Barber
All Glacier National Park campgrounds were full. This place was a nice alternative. Got a fairly large spot. Not private. Only 2 showers. Very busy. Two bathrooms. $31 dollars is reasonable. Water at site. But the flies are all over us and they bite! Horse flies from stables. Ugh.