July 9, 12:00am - reviewed by Laura And Chad
Very close campsites with little privacy. The showers are also cramped. Signs in the bathroom state they are closed for cleaning between 1 & 2 but at about 5 pm on Sunday, the woman and her son were not done and she said she was “running a little behind.” You can’t have a fire at your site. Instead, the park does a communal fire between 7 & 10 pm every night. The road traffic noise dies down at night but a train can still be heard even with ear plugs. The best thing going for it is it’s close proximity to Glacier National Park.
July 7, 12:00am - reviewed by Sean
We liked staying here. Street and train noise are off in the distance. Actually liked hearing the train whistle. Owners are very friendly and so was everyone we ran into in the park.
The spots we were in were tight but not terrible. Love the woods and near a lake. Very happy with our choice to stay here
July 5, 12:00am - reviewed by Jerry C
Great New Spot
This park is under new owners. The spaces vary from “in the trees” to open spaces. Depending on your needs (we needed open for our satellite) they have it all. Close to Glacier Nat’t Park (2.5 miles) and within driving distance of everything you need. The new owners are great. Breakfast on the weekends, home baked goods every day. Full service hook-ups 30-50 amp. This is a place to enjoy the park and the people.
September 4, 12:00am - reviewed by Meredith
2 Nights In August
Great little campground. Very friendly staff and clean and private showers and bathrooms. Spaces are tight (pull thru) with not much personal space, but we didn't spend much time at the campground as we were out exploring more.
July 3, 12:00am - reviewed by Dave M
Real tight spots. Very little room for slideouts. Had to move the table. Sewer was located below my trailer. Train and highway noise.
Fair to good restroom/shower.
Nice, helpful staff
July 25, 12:00am - reviewed by Wldctbill
Nice Forest Setting
Most of the sites are tucked nicely into the forest, but it is on a noisy highway. For as much as they charge per night they should be able to keep toilet paper in the restrooms and wi-fi that works.