August 7, 2022 - reviewed by Big Blue
Great Views and Close To National Park
If coming from south or east, I Would recommend taking Hwy 464 (Duck Lake Road) from Browning to get to St Mary and avoid Hwy 89. A few miles farther but much easier and safer drive.
Campground has Wonderful view of mountains. Very convenient to east side of Glacier NP.
Pretty Expensive and off the grid regardless of any suggestion otherwise.
A bit tough to level camper at our site.
Fairly Typical KOA facilities.
Would stay again.
September 1, 2019 - reviewed by Pam
Excellent Campground But Pricey
This was a very clean and well maintained campground. Store was well stocked, you can even get ice cream, specialty coffee and made to order pizza. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Price was almost 96 a night. Spaces are adequate-close but adequate. No cable. No AT&T cell service. Wifi was fair. Very convenient to Glacier National Park. I would definitely recommend this campground.
July 8, 2019 - reviewed by Scott
Stayed 5 nights in the middle of June and enjoyed the stay. Good bathroom & showers with a well stocked store. Staff was super friendly and helpful. Close to the park so it worked out well for us. Will stay again
May 29, 2019 - reviewed by Kim
This is a fantastic place to camp. Every inch of the campground was immaculately maintained. The level of customer service from everyone we met was exceptional. They carefully selected a campsite to meet our needs, checked it out and then escorted us to it. The bathroom facilities rivaled some hotels I’ve stayed at; clean, modern and very warm. The camp store was well stocked. We were able to access the internet for our personal needs. Highly recommend this as a place to stay for visiting Glacier National Park. We will stay here again.
June 20, 2018 - reviewed by Jeremy
Booked 5 months early and asked repeatedly about a good wifi. This campground has basically none wifi. Front desk says because to many people on it. However even when I tried at 3 am still could not connect. Sites were not mowed with 12 inch grass everywhere and mud everywhere. This place needs to be removed from the KOA brand. Want stay again nor recommend to anyone.
August 29, 2017 - reviewed by Steve and Andrea
Tent camped for one night because we could not camp in Glacier due to bears! Very scenic campground but pretty expensive. Internet did not work well. Our tent site was very private yet near the rest rooms and shower. Quick and easy access to the park entrance so we were enjoying Glacier in no time. Decent but pricey.
June 24, 2017 - reviewed by Greg M
Not my idea of fun camping. 1 night for $90 and not that nice. Moved to primitive camping in Glacier and we were much better off.
October 8, 2016 - reviewed by Sue
This KOA has astonishing views of the mountains in Glacier National Park. The park entrance and the Going to the Sun Road are 1 mile away. The front office staff was very knowledgeable of things to see and do in the area. They have a great campstore and grocery. Bring your own internet, because theirs is overburdened. On site pizza and espresso were delicious. Restrooms and cabins were clean. Pool and hot tub were awesome. I would go back here in a heartbeat.
September 12, 2016 - reviewed by Two4theroad
Great location to visit Glacier. Wifi was overloaded. A little tight.
July 17, 2016 - reviewed by Cdc
Great pool and hot tub facilities. The 4th of July fireworks were excellent!
August 8, 2015 - reviewed by Jake
Park, bathrooms and amenities are better than average but maybe not as nice as the cost to stay there. They definitely are able to take advantage of the supply and demand situation and I am sure I would do the same. Be prepared to be around a lot of people and kids. My wife and I been on the road traveling the national parks for 6 weeks and stayed at numerous RV parks and would probably put this place near the bottom of our stays when you could considered everything including the cost.