The camp host was very pleasant and friendly. This was your basic "stop, sleep, and go" type of campground. At $28 it was too pricy for what you received--electric only. There was potable water available at spigots at various sites around the park and vault toilets. You are right next to the train tracks and interstate. Lots of noise. Keep the AC cranked up to drown out the noise. Don't plan on coming back. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a smaller state park on a small river in the mountains. The camp hosts were friendly. There are campfire rings and picnic tables. There is a short hiking trail and several river accesses. There are about 6 sites that are suitable for big rigs. All sites have electric but no water or sewer. There are no showers, so I had to swim in the river. There are several first come first serve sites, and the rest can be reserved. You self register if you don't have reservations. We saw deer in the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Expensive for no water, no showers, no sewer and no dump. Water faucet by the restrooms is non-threaded so you can't fill tanks without a water thief. Pretty, fairly shady and quiet, but even the pull-through sites are tight for a bigger rig. Very nice walking trail through the woods. Camp hosts are pleasant. Coin-op firewood dispenser, $4/bundle. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park met our needs well. We had a good spot, shade and reasonably attractive surroundings. Our evening was quiet, but in the middle of the night we were awakened by a train, and two more. We hadn't realized that there was a line at the top of the ridge to the north of the park. The laundry was pressed. 4 washers and 4 dryers for the entire park meant that people had to line up in the late afternoon. WiFi worked well and there was a good cable selection, including Fox News Channel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based on another review, this state park proved to be accurate. Nicely understated with a ton of mosquitos. Yes, the train comes through several times, but the river is very near and beautiful. Can't hear the freeway. Nice ranger. Too expensive though, with no discounts. Pull through sites are adequate for our 34' towing a car. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have given a 10 not something we do often we can't find any fault with this lovely campsite. The sites are spacious, well maintained and very pretty with flowers and landscaping. Very clean restrooms and showers and laundry room. Very friendly helpful owners and staff, we needed to add an extra night last minute and they were able to accommodate us. Good cable and wifi. This is a genuine 10 we do not know the owners this is a gem of a campsite. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is green with many flowers. The owners go to great lengths to keep it so nice. The sites are level and gravel. We had a wide back-in that was easy to negotiate, although we did see some that would have presented a challenge for our larger rig. On our first night, they had music presented by two Montana locals, and an ice cream social. It was very welcoming and friendly. The 30 amp service, water and sewer, cable all worked well. We would definitely stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With the trees and landscaping, this a beautiful park for the area (hot and dry summers). Too bad Missoula only has 3 RV parks; this is the only one not aimed for families. Also, the city cracked down on the Wal-Mart parkers, so now you really need to reserve ahead of time. We did but got an "overflow" site by the busy office and loud highway, in full sun , full hookups but no cable TV. And full price. No one helps with blind side back-ins or situations. Oh well, there's a nice overpriced laundry room @$4 a load, clean spacious showers, and comfortable lounge area. Missoula is an interesting, outdoorsy town. We'd stay longer if there was a better choice with quiet, shady sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We're here for one night as we head down to Livingston. This is nice park, off the freeway, so little noise. The grass is green, the sites are large, wide, gravel, and (somewhat) level. The restrooms are Very clean, looking forward to a shower in the morning before we head down the road. Tonight we were treated to a concert by a local duo in the meeting room with an ice cream social following. Very comfortable park, very clean, lots of flowers (annuals), and couples walking their dogs in the evening. We'd definitely stay here again, as it's west of Missoula, so not down in the town hubbub. There's another park (Jellystone) across the road, but WAY (way!) too many kids for us. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nicely cared for park with many beautiful baskets of flowers throughout. Had a nice pull-through site, more than adequate length to remain hooked up with the 5th wheel for an overnight stay. Paved roads, gravel sites, with large grassy area; would have been nice to be forewarned of evening grass sprinklers. Very easy location from I-90, nice for a one night stay, but would be good for a longer stay also. Would stay again if passing through. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
As noted in other reviews, the park is neat and clean, paved roads, more space between most sites than we've come to expect nowadays, and reasonable rate. Although trees are nice, they become a negative when the owners don't trim them up to clear today's RV's. This park needs a serious trimming! Maneuvering through the park and into the site is doable, but you will brush some of the tree limbs. Cable TV is snowy, and rooftop satellite is not possible given the heavy tree growth. Doubt that I'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 3rd time staying here. It's nice to have your choice if you want to be among the trees or more out in the open. Laundry, restrooms have always be very clean. Large grassy areas and tables at each spot. The owner has her own green house to raise annuals to be planted around the spaces and park. They have worked and are working very hard to get grounds cleaned up and the plants in after winter season. Our WIFI was very good. The office people go out of there way to help you. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean RV Park. We only stayed one night. Hosts were pleasant. Sites were mostly level with trees. Could not get wifi signal from space - but my Verizon worked fine. Perfect place to stop between Livingston and Spokane. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had heard great things about this park from a friend who stayed there previously. We heard especially about the lovely flowers. We were too early for flowers. This campground has nice mature trees, which we love. The sites are a little close together for my taste with no foliage separating them. The host was pleasant. Drawbacks: close sites, trains several times a day, including during the night. Pros: easy freeway access, pleasant host, nice mature trees. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is not well maintained. We got a pull through site, but had to un-hook our tow because we could not level the motorhome. This park needs major improvement. Will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park just west of Missoula. Sites were gravel, level, surrounded by grass and great trees. Good room for those with sliders. Restrooms/ showers were clean. Staff was helpful. Stayed there in a teardrop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great value for the $34 we paid with the Good Sam discount. Clean, lovely lawns and green space, friendly staff, etc. Just an overall nice place to stop if in Missoula. It is about 10 miles from the city center, but it is a quick on and off from I-90 and it isn't like there is a better option closer to downtown. Gravel sites seem mostly level, though it takes some eyeballing and readjustment to find the sweet spot--the only reason I'm not giving this place a 10. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is probably one of the nicest parks we've stayed in. Very nice facilities, and the park like setting reflects the floral interests of the park owner. Beautiful grounds. Flowers and lawn ornaments at nearly every site. Nice little gift shop at the front desk to show local flavors. If you are into Beer, try the Kettle House Brewery "Cold Smoke" flavor. A local brewery but very nice. A lot to do within driving distance. We were there a week, and it rained everyday. I can only imagine how pretty it was in the sun! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We received a warm, friendly greeting upon our arrival and were promptly assigned a site despite not having reservations. They asked about satellite service and assigned us an open site. The site was wide and fairly level and long enough we didn't have to unhook for the night. This is a beautiful park with flowers and planters everywhere-they even have their own greenhouse. Easy on and off I90 and very little highway noise. We highly recommend and will stay here again on our return to Yellowstone next spring. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park and very friendly staff. The grounds are parklike. Lots of trees so satellite TV coverage is spotty. Have stayed here several times and will do it again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The MOST beautiful campground with tons of flowers all over the park. Our site was very spacious and the grass was great for our dogs. A delight to walk around the park. We were in 39' motorhome with tow dolly and we had plenty of room in our pull -site. Laundry room was very clean but I couldn't use it because I didn't have change, there was no change machine available and it was after office hours. Poor planning on my part but a change machine would have been helpful. The ONLY complaint is the noise from the train at night. A train must have gone by every hour and blew the horns a lot. I didn't sleep well at all because of it but this isn't the fault of the park owners. WiFi was good. Again, absolutely stunning park! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects GS discount. A nice park for an overnight stay or for several days. Park is very clean and well-maintained; gardens are a delight. Laundry room is very clean, well-lit, and houses the book exchange. Good on/off access from I-90 and Hwy 93 coming south from Glacier NP. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had heard so much about this RV park and finally they weren't full when we called so we stayed there. It was a great friendly place, people were outside their rigs, talking, meeting, and laughing with one another. It was a very positive experience and I would go there again in a heart beat. Thanks for the great attitude when we asked if you could trim some of the pine tree branches, so we could get our slide to go out!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park - as stated by other people - it's a Park! Lovely flowers all over, big pots of flowers (not in your way) and sites were all big and level. It was clean and spacious, friendly help when calling or checking in. Cable was good, WiFi was good, shaded spots many of them with mature trees. My husband said one of the restrooms was new and all ceramic (spotless) and the other one was a little older but just the same as spotless as could be! We would definitely stay here again, we were only passing through for one night., but would consider staying longer if in the area next time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very lovely park. Has many mature trees, flowers every where with focal point flower beds that had statues and night lights. The entire park was like a PARK. Each site was spaces with its own picnic table. Strong Wi-Fi, good cable, level and easy hook up location. We only stayed for the night, but would spend many days here if we were in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very quaint park with lots of shade. If there are full timers here their sites are very neat. The pull through sites are nice and spacious between units with nice grassy areas. It was fairly quiet but there is a train a couple times during the evening, but didn't hear after quiet time. Easy in and out. We plan to stay here again in a few days on our way back from Glacier National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
With beautiful flower beds throughout the park and spacious sites this park is very attractive. Except for the WiFi, all utilities function great and the restrooms are very clean. Nice place for an overnight stop or long term stay. Definitely we would stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stopped in here for one nite en-route based on the reviews we saw here. Seems a lot of the folks that were there during our stay were also one-niters. We weren't all that impressed. A lot of long stay older/disrepair trailers. We'd give it an 'average' at best. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Site are wide, long, and level. Most are shaded, but many are satellite-friendly anyway. Landscaping is beautiful, there are flowers everywhere. The park is clean and very well maintained. Verizon phone and internet worked great here, strong 4G. This park would be a 10 if not for some road and train noise. Best in Missoula, at least for adults. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty, natural appearing park set in a grove of shading pine trees (mostly) with many beautiful floral arrangements, yard sculptures, and cute camp buildings (a lot of work put in here). The park roads are level and paved. The amply spaced sites are graveled and fairly level. The grass grows without borders where it gets watered. Depending on the site, one may step out from their RV onto grass, or gravel, or dirt. It is a gorgeous and unique park for the eyes, but the highway noise is near constant during the day, not so bad at night. The train noise wasn’t bad. With no pool, play equipment, or fire rings the appeal is for those without kids. The bathrooms are clean, but dated. The office has a small store. There is a nice group meeting room and small laundry. The WiFi was pretty weak. Missoula offers many area attractions. I would camp here again. It’s a very nice park, but not quite a 10 for me. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very easy access from the freeway and easy to find. Staff was very pleasant. Site were nicely separated. It was noisy during the day due to proximity to highway, but did become quiet at night. I feel it was a good value and would stay again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Rate based on 1 wk rate and 3 days Good Sam discount. Nice large sites. Level gravel for RV and grass for our own yard. Pets welcome. Plenty of area to walk them. Wi-Fi is free and works great. Our last day, it gave us trouble, but on the whole great Wi-Fi. Verizon Internet worked well, Verizon cell 5 bars, AT&T cell 4 bars. Book Exchange in Laundry room. Sometimes local musicians come to park to play. Mail delivery is accepted. In the surrounding area there is plenty of hiking if you choose,farm markets, and the Smoke Jumper's visitors center. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very appealing immediately upon entrance. Friendly, accommodating staff. Gardens galore and shady pine trees, which was welcome in 100 degree weather. Light highway noise. Would have given a 10, but showers have no water pressure when someone is using the washing machines next door. Enjoyed the nearby National Bison Range drive. Our second visit, and we will return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a beautiful RV Park. Flower beds grow everywhere. You are so close to town for shopping yet you feel like you are in the country. The spaces are nicely grassed with tall shade trees. The owners are hardworking people and are very pleasant as well as the camp workers. We have been here 5 weeks now and love this Park. We plan on heading to Glacier for a week but have already booked another stay here when we return to Missoula. The bathrooms and showers are immaculate. These people work hard every day at maintaining excellence. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well-maintained park, and very popular. Nice to have space between sites, and good laundry (but not enough machines and pricey, $2 each); very clean restrooms. Cable isn't that great: some channels snowy and less than 30 total (not like others with 60+), if you care about TV. Park is at the far west end of Missoula. Trains go by the back area, which has no shade either. VZ cell and Internet good. Rate was $34 total with GS and tax. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wonderful place to stay while in Missoula. The park is on the outskirts of town and away from the interstate, so very quiet. Lots of pine trees and hundreds of flowers. My husband is a plant nut, so he photographed the flowers - kept him busy! Nice, clean laundry and rec room with TV and loads of cable stations. Gasoline nearby, and lots to see in Missoula, including Fort Missoula. Cracker Barrel right down the highway for good food. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good park. Paved roads, gravel and grass sites. Large space between sites with large trees for shade. Helpful staff. Easy access off the Interstate. On west side of town on Hwy 93, the road to Glacier National Park. There is a Pilot Truck stop at the exit and the park is about a mile north. There is some train noise as mentioned in other reviews, but did not bother us. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We only stayed here for a night, wanted to stay longer, but they were full. The campground is beautifully maintained, the sites are wide and long. The staff was very courteous and helpful. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The staff was friendly and helpful. They watered at night so be careful. This is a very nice campground, and service was good. A little high in price since there are no amenities, but we will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park but sites are a little tight to get in and out if you are in a big rig. It can be done, though, and once in the site has plenty of room between. Nice flowers and green grass. A little noisy from the highway and the train tracks are right next to the park. When the trains come through it is very loud; especially annoying at 1:00 AM. Friendly staff. Over all a good stay and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a lovely Park! Large sites are spaced far apart for privacy and surround by lush lawns and lots of flower gardens. Great staff ready to help you with anything you need. Showers and bathrooms not fancy, but very clean. Lots of pride taken by the owners of this park. Setting is rural and very quiet yet very close to town for shopping, etc. We had planned on staying one night, but stayed a week instead as we really enjoyed our time here. This park is a "must" if you intend to visit this area. We sure will be back again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate is with GS discount. Friendly staff, clean park, and nicely landscaped. Our space was tight due to the trees and some other sites looked the same. Poor Wi-Fi at our sight. Was OK for our short stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is very well maintained and it shows pride in ownership. It has a very homey feeling and would for sure use this park again whenever back in the area. Very tight getting into the pull-thru because of very narrow street and where the trees are placed but once in you have plenty of room. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Now, this is my idea of an RV park. Grounds were beautiful with tons of fresh flowers everywhere. We were in a pull-through site that was huge. It appears that they are installing a watering system for other parts of the park that are more shaded than where we were but this is a great park. Nice big laundry, clean rest rooms, a big lounge area with big screen TV. We had good internet and satellite reception. It was quiet and spotlessly clean. Wonderful stop. We would definitely go out of our way to stay here again for more than an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and quiet park (there is a train; however, it does not cause much noise). This is a great place to stay for a couple of nights if you do not have children. There is no pool or playground so children would be bored. The landscaping is extensive and adds to the charm of the park. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. When you pull in you may think you are in a nursery due to the flowers everywhere. Lush green grass between large, level sites. Friendly staff. If you stay here try to get a site in rear of park; otherwise you will have a lot of road noise. If you rely on a satellite be sure to survey the available sites as many sites will have the signal locked by trees. My one gripe is that they water the grass every night. And they were aimed directly at our coach. When I called it to their attention they said nothing that they could do about it. The sound of the sprinklers hitting our coach in the wee hours was not very pleasant. Not to mention our chairs, etc. got soaked every night. We would stay here again if we could get a sprinkler proof site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice park. Stayed here for 2 nights while visiting Missoula. The sites are large and fairly level. The interior roads are paved but the sites are gravel. The landscaping is outstanding! Flowers, green grass, large trees, etc. The only negative is that there is not much to do in the park as there is no pool or playground. The Wi-Fi works some of the time. There is some road noise and a train passes through a few time a day (although it is fairly quite for a train). I would definitely stay here again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good value. Nice, quiet, small park with pine trees. Level gravel sites, lots of pull-throughs. Can stay hooked up to car. Mostly couples, as there is a Jellystone RV park across the road. Excellent Wi--Fi. No pool or fires, but not important to us. Ten to fifteen minutes to Missoula downtown. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
BEAUTIFUL RV Park with HUGE sites with tall Lodgepole pines and flower gardens tucked in everywhere. Convenient to highway but very quiet. Well organized and charming office staff. We are eager to stay there again! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It was one of the big-rig friendliest places we have camped in. Our rig is 75 feet long. They had a place for us and many more as well. Staff was very helpful and the grounds very clean and manicured. The Wi-Fi was the best we have ever had in any campground. We enjoyed it so much we stayed an extra day. Distant train noise was heard occasionally. Would definitely stay again. We have a large RV and pull a car behind it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. The only reason I didn't rate it higher is because there is a little road noise from the highway. The sites are long and space between is probably the most of any cg we have stayed in. Wi-Fi didn't work on the first day but the next all new equipment was installed and it worked fine. Easy to access from 90 or 93. The park is constantly being pampered with a lot of planting of flowers going on; all are in beautiful bloom. This was our 2nd stay and I would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very pleasant park with good interior roads and enough room between sites. Unfortunately, the hookups are at the extreme rear and almost unusable by a motorhome; might work fine with a trailer. Excellent Wi-Fi. Good location. Might or might not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stay at this park and should we ever come by again I am sure we will stay here again. Some of the cleanest restrooms/showers we have seen. The only thing that kept this review from being a 10 was there were several trees that were dropping seed pods that seemed to be coated with super glue and they stuck to everything including our miniature schnauzer. Other than that we love this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here several times and were happy overall with the park. This stay was an exception, perhaps due to Spring start up. Hooked everything up and NO power. This was resolved. Then No TV due to bad/misswired splitter. No Wi-Fi. Lady in office very helpful but could not resolve Wi-Fi problem. BTW, my laptop worked fine at campground before and after. Showers and bathrooms were very clean and well maintained. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was scheduled for surgery at a local hospital and my family and I made the decision to bring the RV over to stay for aftercare to make things easier. We started calling around about a week before we moved to the Missoula area. The difference in this park was evident from the first moment we got on the phone with them. They were courteous and actually seemed to genuinely want us to stay at their park. Other parks wanted medical "proof" to provide a medical discount, but Jim and Mary's offered us a medical rate without requiring us to jump through a bunch of hoops in what was already proving to be a very scary situation with the upcoming surgery. It was such a relief to have them walk us through everything so easily. They even held our spot with just a name and phone number. They made the reservation process so simple! When we finally arrived at the park, we were greeted with smiles and offers to help us in any way that they possibly could. I felt like I was staying with friends or family! The front office is just adorable with a wonderful little gift shop that is filled with items that are made right here in Montana. The park itself is full of beautiful trees and gorgeous flower gardens. The sites are wide with plenty of room to afford some privacy. It is so quiet and beautiful here. I just cannot say enough good things about this park. I would highly recommend it to anyone. They'll even help you plan activities while you are here in Missoula! If you want to stay with friends, stay with Jim and Mary! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We're willing to give the park a good rating for appearance since we've visited in the summer and it's beautiful. In this time of year, it's a bit bleak, and there isn't much maintenance going on. As a result of the sparse foliage, the train noise in "A" row is significant enough to affect your sleep. Hopefully they'll clean the permanents up in the summer also, since the piles of belonging is becoming unsightly. But there are so many good aspects of this park; friendly hosts, nice lounge and laundry, free Wi-Fi that worked well, and free limited cable TV. Verizon cell and data were strong, and because of the leafless trees, we were able to find the satellite - something not to be expected during the summer. Not as convenient to Missoula as another park, but easy access to the Interstate, and don't miss the Wheat Montana bakery in the corner truck stop. A nice stay, just a little far from town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Every time I log on to this website, there is always a review of Jim & Mary's RV Park in the "new" reviews. Why does this park get so many reviews? I found myself in Missoula and decided I wanted to see why. Oh THAT'S why! This park is so cute! This is how an RV park should be! Nice flowers around, good shade trees. Check in was easy. Nice, long spaces. I had one of the pull-throughs and I wasn't paying attention and had pulled all the way to the front and put my stabilizers down when I realized the connections were all the way in the back. Well, I had extra extensions for my connections. The pull-throughs are in the A row, and as another reviewer mentioned, if you are in the A row, you will hear trains all night. There is good spacing between the sites. I didn't get to check bathrooms, but the laundry room was gleaming! Laundry was $2 to wash, $2 to dry: not bad. While you are doing laundry, you can go in the clubhouse area and enjoy a big screen TV and reading room. The office has DVD's you can check out and return. If there were any perms in the park, they weren't obvious. Now I know why this park gets so many reviews. Highly recommend if you are in Missoula! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the three best RV parks in the Missoula area. Access is excellent from I-90 and Hwy 93 but the nearness of several truck stops results in plenty of truck and traffic noise. A nearby rail line adds train noise. The park is beautiful with grass, trees and decorative flowers everywhere. All facilities were very clean. It's a popular park so call ahead or arrive early so you don't get turned away. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Close to Missoula and Polson, an easy drive to both. Grounds are well kept - pretty flowers. Nice spaces for big rigs - easy in/out. Wi-Fi good from our space. Another RV came in and blocked our signal, but to be expected in any RV park. Verizon worked well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. We parked on the back side (site F-12) and had great satellite reception along with our Verizon air card. Lots of beautiful flowers. Sites are gravel with nice grass yards between each site. The utilities aren't in the best place, we have 35'of hose out to connect to the water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice enough park. Very busy during our mid-week stay. Water pressure was very low at times. Sites are grass and gravel with paved roads. Limited places for pet walking. I really didn't understand the high ratings. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice park. The staff is very friendly and even though this park is not new it is nicely landscaped with flowers throughout and lawn buffers areas between each site. Sites are nicely spaced with lots of shade for each site as well. Almost all sites are pull through. There are train tracks a short distance away but we were not bothered by the few trains that passed through. The biggest issue are the sprinklers that kick on at 11pm (no warning) which will soak your outdoor gear if they are not covered and your RV if it is parked too close to the lawn. I would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This campground was immaculate! The showers and bathrooms were spotless and the WiFi worked, and worked well! How many campgrounds have you ever seen, that have their own greenhouse to maintain the abundant flower beds. It's beautiful! We will definitely be back, no question. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the prettiest campgrounds we’ve ever visited. There are flower beds everywhere, even on campsites, and they were in full bloom in late August. The spaces were large, level pull throughs. Dumpsters were conveniently located at the front and rear of the park. Wi-Fi reception was acceptable. The staff was very efficient and friendly. There is a train nearby, but the sound didn’t bother us. We camped here for one night and would recommend this park. Posted rate reflects Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We did an "overnight" here on our way to Glacier NP. This place is like a well maintained city park! A park with beautiful flower displays at every site. It was incredible. Our full hook-up site was great. The staff was extremely friendly and we wished we had more time to spend there. What a great place to relax and unwind! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was very nice with plenty of flowers. The site where we stayed was a pull through with plenty of width and length. Wild turkeys roamed the park, many of the sites had shade but we chose to not have shade due to our satellite. There was distant train sound in the early morning but nothing too loud. We met only employees of the park, but they all were nice. Our only difficulty was with the Wi-fi connecting. We stayed only two days as we were just passing through. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 2 days. This was a very comfortable park. The roads were all big-rig friendly. Sites were level and very large with mature trees for shade and lots of lush green grass between sites. The park was very clean, and flowers and small decorative touches were everywhere. Staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the first review I have written because this park deserves it. It is immaculate, with the most gorgeous flower beds all over. Wildflowers, annuals, perennials. VERY wide spaces with healthy green grass in between. Lamp posts on the corners. Just the right size, not big. QUIET. The owners are SO nice. Facilities the cleanest and nicest I have ever seen. Dog friendly. Very easy in and out. I cannot say enough about this wonderful park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park about six weeks ago and were not very happy with the space assigned to. It was a pull through in row A under big trees that blocked our satellite reception. The site was not level, we had to raise our front tires off the ground a couple of inches and the cable TV was fuzzy. This time we were assigned a pull through in row E that we just loved. Very wide space, no big trees to block our satellite and the cable worked a little better. The park is very dog friendly, our space had lots of green grass and was plenty wide enough to walk the dogs in. Also the park is full of flowers that the staff works hard at keeping nice. If in Missoula again we will definitely stay at Jim and Mary's RV Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground and well run. Very spacious sites that are gravel with plenty of grass between rigs,. Utilities were good, Wi-Fi very fast. Close to major shopping. Nice flowers adorn the park. Would return again We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is an oasis in the midst of mediocre campgrounds. Paved roads, level gravel sites - did not use levelers. Flowers abound and large grassy areas between sites. What a joy to be here. However, wifi is inconsistent and there was a water main break that produced low water pressure to the point the water was shut off for about 6 hours. Finally pressure was restored at 10 o'clock at nite. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV park, only complaints were the water pressure was not good and the WiFi wasn't good. That said the park was beautiful and clean and very nice. Laundry was nice and clean: but $2. for wash and the same for dry. Another thing though, is they are a year round park and we would have loved to stay for at least a month. However they don't give monthly rates during the summer? Whatever. Because of this we probably won't be back. Not because the place wasn't very nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The pride of ownership does show through the care the owners take of all the flowers. Check in was easy. That's where the good ended. We were on the last row in front of a private residence. There was a big dog in the fenced yard that almost never stopped barking, day and night. It was terrible. There was some type of gravel or rock operation behind the park that started loading gravel at 5:00 AM. Check out time is 11:00 AM. At 10:30 AM on the morning we were leaving while we were disconnecting everything and hooking up our toad, a woman in a golf cart came by to be sure we were leaving. We lacked only 8 more minutes which was still before check out time. We won't come back here just based on that one fact alone. If check out time is NOT 11:00 AM, then it should be posted. There were no people checking in so we had not delayed anyone. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Jim & Mary RV Park is great. Lots of room between trailer with trees for shade. Friendly staff which had two ice cream socials. The WiFi was great inside our trailer. We stayed one week and would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you are looking for a beautifully maintained park with great owners, nice fir trees, wide spaces and lots of gorgeous flowers, then Jim & Mary's is right for you. The park is near the intersection of US 93 & I-90, but very quiet. The sites are gravel, the roads are paved, and the landscape is spectacular. The owners love flowers and they are everywhere. The only reason I don't give a 10 is there is no pool. This is a great campground, but, if you have children and need to entertain, then see Yogi down the street. We stayed 5 nights and loved it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fifth summer of staying at this favorite Missoula park; did not make advance reservation so had to wait four nights to get space which on D Loop was nothing but dirt until grassy pull-through opened for remaining 2 weeks stay after another five nights. Appears one night guests are frequently given preferential treatment to best sites, some spaces/loops receive daily watering and care, others seem to be ignored with no grass and limited flowers & shrubs? Our first site D-2 reflected last winter's pine cones and needles and never received employees efforts of care. Will make sure advance reservations are made next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest campground anywhere. The sites are big enough to put out the awning, set out chairs and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Flowers are lovely, mountains are gorgeous, the staff are helpful and friendly. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is located off a main highway and is gravel paved. Our site was located at the front of the park and subject to the highway sounds of traffic passing in the night. The interior of the park is much more accommodating with grass and flower boxes and the traffic sounds would be better buffered. We were provided with a free entertainment night along with an ice cream social that was unexpected and a real treat. Our site did not have cable, however I don't believe we were given a discount. If we were in a site well away from the front of the park we would have found the park more comfortable. As it was, we stayed three days, leaving a day early. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice campground. Helpful staff. Park is impeccably maintained with great flower plantings all over the park. Lots of shade. Laundry was a little small for the number of sites: had to wait until late evening but it's open 24 hours. Excellent WiFi. Cable TV is marginal but satellite worked well even with the trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Cable TV snowy. Laundry only has 4 washers and dryers. People waiting in line. $2 wash/$2 dry. Most expensive in our travels. Nice wide site at E-11. Water pressure fluctuated but good when at full pressure. Train noise a little bothersome at night. Beautiful flowers. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at this park. The camp site that we had was large and clean. Showers and washrooms were spotless. We found the laundry a bit expensive. The free Wi-Fi kept kicking us out. It would be nicer if the quiet time ended at 7 am instead of 8. Other than that it is a great place. Would recommend it to everyone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We enjoyed our stay here, site was very nice and facilities are well maintained. Check in was quick and efficient. Our site was a pull through, plenty long. It did have a slight downslope, we had to fully extend front jacks to level. Power, water, Wi-Fi, and cable TV all in good working order. The colorful flowerbeds are beautiful. Yes, there are train tracks behind the campground, but the train did not bother us. It rumbles, but no horn tooting. We would be sitting outside in our spacious "front yard," and barely noticed the passing train. For us, a non issue. We would definitely stay here again if passing through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for one night on the way to Kalispell, MT. It is a very nice park with wide spaces and flower beds planted throughout the park. The park has nice tall pines for shade. This was our second stay at Jim & Mary’s and we would definitely stay at this park again. This is probably the best landscaped park we have ever stayed in. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paved roads and gravel sites with table. Sites are sufficient length. Park has sites in trees and some partially open. Lots of flowers and grass. Our site was quite unlevel and the 50 amp service had a ground problem. Cable TV had many channels but was fuzzy. 3G Verizon service. Next to highway so get traffic noise. Wouldn’t stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park offered easy parking with shady, level, gravel sites. The operators had made an effort to make the park attractive with a few flower beds. I thought it was very quiet, with no traffic noise, until the early hours of the morning when 3 trains awakened me. A railway line runs along the ridge to the north of the park. Good cable, including FNC, and Wi-Fi were provided. There were too few washers and dryers for the demand. Folks had to line up to use them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
6th of 12 stops during family 28 day, 7 state camping adventure from California. This site was across the highway from another site (Jellystone RV). This was not the "newer" site of the two, but very nice. Biggest advantage was the amount of trees/shade compared to the newer site across the highway. Very clean and comfortable place and only a few minutes from Missoula. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
If you want the fuller family experience, I would try the park across the highway. But if you want a great park that is clean, well manicured, and with wonderful landscaping, then this is your place. There are spaces in the open with grassy areas, and spaces in among trees but they are all very spacious in both width and depth. The TV and WiFi were fine. When we were here, we hired the son of one of the staff to walk our dogs while we took a day off from them. You might want to ask if there are any other pet care services they can provide. Now there is a train track close by, and the one or two a day could be loud for some, but we didn’t mind them at all. While the laundry here is spotless, if you want heavy-duty equipment you might try the Mullan Station Bar and Casino. (Yes, that’s right!) Located at 3420 Mullan Road. Also check out Rods and Dogs (Majestic Dr) to wash your truck, RV or dog, believe it or not. Finally, Wheat Montana has a deli and bakeshop in the Muralt’s travel plaza down the street at the I-90 interchange, with outrageous cinnamon rolls and great sandwiches. In addition to these, we also visited the farmer’s markets on Saturday morning (other days in season as well). Missoula is wonderful and this is a great park to use as a base. I could go on and on. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I really like this RV park. We were here a few years ago and the owners have added so much more ambience in the interim including plants, flowers and the trees have matured to allow for additional shade in the summer. This is a great stop over spot as well as a place to stay a few days when anyone wants to explore the city of Missoula and its surroundings. Costco, Wal-Mart, Lowes, Home Depot and great Super Markets before you move on to the wonderful sights and places in this area. Staying here is quiet and within a few mile of everything. Almost forgot: great Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clearly, this park has more flowers than any we've ever seen! And the staff works all day keeping the many beds looking great. The park is a pine grove with mature trees. Our space was level with pressed small stones providing firm footing. Between us and the unit to the right was a wide grassy area with a bed of flowers at one end. Lovely and relaxing. Water pressure was excellent as was wi-fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large pull throughs, paved interior roads, plenty of shade and large space between sites. Easy access. Great landscape including periodic flower beds throughout. I wish all CG's were this nice. Would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground, very friendly staff. We arrived late, which was no problem for them, and they put a map with our site on the front door. Restroom facilities were very clean, sites were nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They don't have the sites clearly marked. Not all that big the way they describe in their ad. Some seasonal campers so felt that we were imposing on them. Quite a distance from town, not clearly marked on driving instructions in ad. Did not enjoy the atmosphere of the place, would look elsewhere, like the KOA in town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Big rig and dog friendly, very clean restrooms and showers. Office staff friendly. Plenty of room between sites, lots of grass. Sites among trees provide lots of shade. Cable TV could be stronger. Wi-Fi good. Close to freeway, but quiet. Will be back next month. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second stay at this park. It is very well maintained. We camped at back-in site #B5. They were having problems with the WI-FI on our side of the park, but it was repaired after the weekend. WI-FI is available in the community room also. Cable TV was good. Would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful, well maintained park with super-friendly staff. Sites are gravel, so not always level. Flowers in bloom everywhere with nice garden art at various sites. Definitely will come back here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this park. Very pretty, close to I-90, many trees between each site. There is some train noise as the train comes by every so often, but not loud enough to keep us awake. Super friendly staff. Beautiful surroundings. Picnic table at each site, we were in a pull through. We were only able to spend one night, but definitely would come back again. Rate was with Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our second stay. It's a clean, well maintained park right outside of Missoula. Friendly, professional staff and everything works. Wi-Fi was good, and Verizon worked well. Cable TV was a bit weak, not many channels. Dog friendly, and in general a nice park no matter how long you need to be in Missoula. We stayed a week and will come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Spacious sites, nearby trail. Not really dog friendly as we were told we had to keep ours inside because he might scare the little dogs that other people have (he's just a lab, gentle as can be but he barked at a little dog). The sprinklers were on so much that we never had a dry yard. Overall it is a nice site but there was little help from owners as to our comfort and enjoyment. As a piece of land it's great but as an enjoyable campground, it failed miserably. Gardeners were extremely friendly, though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We always stay here when in the area. The staff is friendly and helpful. Sites are roomy with plenty of space between sites. We found the restrooms and showers to be very clean. There are plenty of trees here, so if you have a satellite dish, you might want to stay in one of the outside perimeter spaces. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park, but no-frills. If you don't want your rig covered in pine needles and sap, be sure to ask for a site outside of the "forest". The sites were crushed rock, firm, and fairly level. The restrooms and laundry were nice. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Services are good, sites are great. Beautiful flowers through the campground. We have stayed here before and will return again. Sites are level, long and there are trees if you like them. If you use satellite you would be good to ask for a back in site on the south side. We will stay here when back in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is just north of town on highway #93. Lots of trees, quiet spot with nice clean washrooms & showers. We found the spot to be very much to our liking and we would return again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very RV friendly park, clean and well-maintained. The location is easy off I-90, about 6 miles from town. Easy entrance, interior roads, site easy to park in, spacious, fairly level. Paved roads, gravel sites with grass and picnic table. Mature trees for shade. The restrooms, showers, and laundry all clean and nice. Cable TV and Wi-Fi both worked excellent. My only complaint is they water the grass at night, and the sprinklers hit the side of our trailer right next to the bed, waking me up every night. Also a train passes close by occasionally. We got a weekly rate at $190, which I thought was reasonable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I am not quite as enthusiastic about this park as some of the previous posters. Park is indeed very nicely landscaped and the staff is very friendly. Main drawback in my evaluation is the fact that some though not all sites have trees with low hanging limbs that can potentially cause damage if you are not careful. A good pruning of the park trees during the off season should take care of this problem. Also some of the interior roads are a bit narrow. I had no problem getting in/out of my pull through site but I did watch a larger fifth wheel struggle to get into a back-in site. He eventually ended up driving over one of the flower beds in order to get into position. Park has no pool so if that is one of your "must haves" you should look elsewhere. Overall this is a nice park for an overnight stop that is convenient to the interstate but I would not plan on staying any more than one night at a time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We have mixed feelings about this park. The sites are very spacious and level. There was a barking dog in one of the motorhomes and the staff was very responsive contacting the owners to stop the dog. The wi-fi was not very good at all. Our Verizon aircard worked fine. There isn't anything to walk to around the campground so be aware of that. There is a train nearby. It does not blow its horn by the park but it does make train noises as it passes. We would probably stay again if we were passing through. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here a couple of years ago while passing through Missoula so when we decided to return for a couple of weeks, we knew this was the park to stay at. It was as good as we remembered. Very nicely landscaped with LOTS of flower beds. Sites are extra wide with trees so there is a real feel of spaciousness and privacy compared to most parks. All parks should be as nice. We paid a weekly rate of $195.00. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is a real find; I'm not sure we've ever stayed at a CG this nice at prices anywhere near these. Even though it's late in the summer, the entire CG had beds and pots of beautiful flowers; the entire place is irrigated so the lawns between sites are lush, thick grass. The space between sites is about double the norm at most other places. The sites are gravel, but quite level; the roads in the park are asphalt. Our pull-through easily accommodated our 40' motorhome and towed car. There is a lot of shade from large trees, but we were able to get satellite reception; it may be difficult on some sites, but there is free cable TV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've stayed at this park many times in the last 15 years and it just gets better and better. These are among the most accommodating people we've ever met in an RV park. Have had no trouble with the Wi-Fi, however the cell service can be a bit touchy since they're down in a valley of sorts. We probably won't be back in a while since our family has moved out of the area, but will not hesitate to recommend this park to anyone heading to Missoula. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Have stayed here several times as we make our way east. Every time the staff has been friendly and helpful with local information. Our stays have been from a couple if weeks to just one night stays. Every time has been pleasant. Clean park with lots of trees but have never had problems with our satellite. This time the road entering into park is under construction so it was very dusty but the staff let us rinse off our car. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No pool, but one of the prettiest parks we have ever stayed in. Landscaped with perennials and garden statues everywhere. Price reflects Good Sam discount. Price covers water, sewer, electric, cable and wifi...great deal! Sites are spacious and big rig friendly, no problems getting in. We loved this park and will definitely stay here again. I THINK it's open year around but you might want to double check that. Friendly staff makes you feel very welcome. Park has a neighborhood feel to it. It was a wonderful stay. We were only going to stay a day or two, ended up staying a week we loved it so much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful RV park with lots of mature trees and great spots. Like so many RV parks, they advertise "Wi-Fi" but it doesn't work - and we specifically asked about their Internet when making our reservation. Luckily I have an alternate access method available, but other people may not. So if Wi-Fi is important to you, stay somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Located about 1 mile off the interstate. There is a railroad track close by, but not many trains so is mostly quiet. Lots of trees but is still big rig safe. Sites are spacious and well taken care of. Most sites are well watered grassy site. Our only negative is that our site was not water so the grass was dead, dusty and ugly. The flower gardens are beautiful and impressive. The bathrooms and showers (didn't use the ones attached to the laundry) are spectacular and super clean!! The best we have seen. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An excellent overall experience. Wonderful campsites...easy access to sites, very roomy, beautiful, well-maintained grounds, very clean restrooms. Staff very friendly, helpful, and efficient. Would definitely plan on staying here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park. Location is easy to find, with lots of shade trees, big sites that are easy to back into, although there are mostly pull-through sites. The staff is super friendly and helpful. All sites have picnic tables. We found this park to be very clean with lots of flowers and nice landscaping all around the park. I would love to stay longer than just a few nights. Highly recommend Jim & Mary's RV Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this park; it is the nicest in the area by far. Spacious sites, efficient staff, trees, well tended grass, clean, and PET FRIENDLY. Filled with good looking big rigs. It was quiet and relaxing. We stayed 3 nights and will make this park our go-to in Missoula. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with lots of trees. Office staff very friendly. The sites have nice grass in between sites. Problem is many many trees that make getting our Direct TV signal no existent. Used their cable with so so picture. Our site didn't have sewer and we were charged the same as sites with sewer. Also no dump station on the grounds, so come empty. Management says, "Same price, sewer or no sewer". Park is full because of a fair going on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners and staff at this park have created a lovely, inviting environment. The property is heavily treed so most sites have shade but the grounds are still open and airy enough to support lawns and many charming flowerbeds with statuettes. The restrooms and showers are spacious, very clean and attractive. Sites are level and easy to access with generous buffer zones in between. Basic utilities were good, Wi-Fi was very good and cable TV was ok. There is some noise from traffic and occasionally from the very close rail line. The price reflects the Good Sam rate. We look forward to an opportunity to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a rare gem and should be viewed as an example of how an RV park should be managed. Very friendly staff, extremely clean facilities, local entertainment, nicely landscaped, mature shade trees and grass, fair prices. Even though it was only one night while passing through, we are very grateful for all the effort put forth here. Stay here if you want a quality park and quiet rest. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Well kept park, nice large and partially shaded sites. Park itself is quiet, but some noise from nearby railroad, highway, and road construction (the latter is temporary). Wi-Fi signal strength excellent, but throughput highly erratic, and stopped entirely frequently. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Had the weekly rate of $170. Park is so pretty with all the beautiful trees and flowers. Some sites are more open and others are "in the pines". Rest rooms are so clean that I use the shower here but at other parks I use our own shower. Tuesday night entertainment is great with ice cream after. Staff is very efficient and friendly. Laundry room is large. Only problem was it was difficult to establish or maintain a Wi-Fi connection a lot of the time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park. Large, level sites. Excellent Wi-Fi and cable. Lovely landscaping and super friendly staff (and owners). Pet friendly and convenient to downtown. Laundry/restrooms spotless. Close to the interstate. An adult park. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is one of the prettiest parks we have ever stayed at in our ten-plus years of full-timing. The sites are nicely spaced, there are trees throughout the park providing abundant shade on warm afternoons, and the gardens all over the park are beautiful. We did not experience any of the problems with "young" staff members as an earlier review had noted. Yes, there were "young" people behind the desk and throughout the grounds, but all were polite and knowledgeable. There was entertainment one night with a free ice cream social after. We will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
What a beautiful park. The owners pay attention to detail of the park and it shows. Staff very organized and helpful. Sites are pretty level for being gravel. We would return if we come through here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park, convenient to US 93, therefore some traffic noise. Staff very accommodating and friendly, put us in a nice shaded, gassy pull through even though we were only staying overnight. Lots of beautiful landscaping and flowers. They even have there own greenhouse. Laundry was spotless and convenient, Wi-Fi worked well. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park: easily accessible, paved interior roads, raised gravel pads, trees throughout. Lucky for us we were on one of the outer edges and were able to get satellite. Pull-through spaces are long and wide with picnic tables. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park, with flower beds, nice landscaping and mature trees all over. The site was level with plenty of space between, Wi-Fi and cable TV were very good and overall the facility was immaculate. Missoula is a great little town and this is a great central location for visiting the whole area. We'll be back for sure. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A pretty nice park, sites are decently sized for big and long rigs. Yet, the park is built up against a residential community and train track that luckily only passes about 2 times daily. The biggest negative was the office staff. Both upon check in and later with a request the office personnel were flippant and unprofessional - two were very young, about 20, with little to no knowledge of the industry or needs of RVers. When a question was asked it was met with defensiveness or rebuking - I'm not sure which was worse. Because of the staff we will not stay here again. Too bad, it has fairly pretty views. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was a clean, friendly place to stay. The staff was very kind and helpful with directions and information about the area. The bathrooms were very clean and updated. The laundry facilities were also very clean and well maintained. There is a community room with a tv and movies to borrow. The sites are well maintained with a grassy area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice older park with huge trees. Great shade if it's hot out. Long, level gravel site with plenty grassy space in between. Nice office staff. Utilities worked fine. Some train noise if you are a light sleeper, I am not. Didn't bother me. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice sites with a lot of grass between sites. Their wifi is slow at best and I had to have them reset the modem to get it to work. Verizon wi-fi and phone work well. Showers are great and bathrooms are clean. If you pull into a pull through unhook the toad first because the utilities are at the back of the lot and if you drive all the way forward you will need a lot of cord, hose, and sewer line. Much easier to just unhook and put the toad up front. You can hear highway noise from US 93 but not the interstate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our 4th return trip to this park and we always appreciate the cleanliness and the friendly atmosphere. The showers and laundry room are immaculate and the landscaping is just lovely. Our one major complaint is the Wi-Fi. We have never been able to connect no matter where we have been in the park. There is always an excuse from the server to the weather to the proximity to the poles. We resort to Starbucks when staying here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice, smaller park we have stayed at while traveling through Montana. It has clean modern basic facilities but lacks extras like a pool. The staff is friendly and helpful. what I appreciate most about this park are the flower gardens planted at every site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An exceptionally nice park. Interior roads are paved and sites are level gravel with well maintained landscaping/grass. Sites are spacious. Owners/employees obviously take a lot of pride in this park - and it shows. We will come back to this park anytime we're in Missoula. Stayed here in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a very pleasant park to stay in. Staff very nice, restrooms spotless. Cable TV signal fuzzy, but received perfect HD via antenna. Free music performance and ice cream (Tuesdays) was a bonus and a nice way to spend an evening. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park and would have received a "10" if not for the freeway noise. Nice shaded long back-in sites with fantastic landscaping. A pleasure to walk around the park and see all the neat old farm implements amongst the colorful flowers. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Would definitely return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a great park. We couldn't stay in the Wal-Mart parking lot and were looking for a reasonable, easy access location. The staff was helpful, and the site is great. We asked for satellite TV access and they parked us on the last row which was fine. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, good access to I-90 for an overnight stay. Our only complaint was the interior access roads required a bit of fancy maneuvering with our 40 foot MH. There is a train and airport near-by, not a lot of noise if your not easily awakened. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Charming little park convenient to Missoula attractions. The staff is wonderful. They even offer free DVD borrowing, which I thought was a very friendly touch. Bathrooms were spotless. Yes, there is road (and train) noise as previously mentioned, but certain spots, such as right next to the bathrooms, were quieter. That said, I wouldn't recommend camping here in a tent, but we were very comfortable in a trailer at night. In the daytime the noise was very faint (in our section) and was not so bothersome that we didn't enjoy relaxing under the shade trees with a good book. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lots of mature trees and flower beds. Sites are large with gravel pads, grassy area and picnic table. Most pull through sites but not all level (check first). A good length for MH plus tow. Laundry room, rest rooms were clean, and neat. Some permanent sites are not attractive and buildings need to be painted. The utilities worked well: cable TV is basic and fuzzy, the tree's would limit Direct/Dish, Wi-Fi worked fine. Lots of road noise, especially row F, and some trains. Convenient to area attractions. No pool or activities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate was $31.75 (tax included) with Good Sam discount. Nice place, and we have stayed here before. People at front desk are very attentive. The one thing I remembered from the last time we stayed here was all the flower beds and how well they were maintained. I peeked in the laundromat to check it out. It was very clean. They had "grow lights" in there and were raising flowers for their beds. Would definitely stay here again. The only downfall is that some of the trees need to be trimmed. We had a bit of a problem avoiding branches but managed to get out OK. I am sure they trim them back each Spring before the summer season begins. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stumbled on this park when we saw the exit sign with their information. A beautiful surprise, the sites were spacious and the park could have easily opted for more sites with all of the space so generously allowed for the customer. A great spot for an extended stay or just overnight. Some road noise, not disruptive though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park may have been great before, but is run down with a lot of long term residence. Had a hard time with levelling the rig. Had to move to a different site. No one in front office on arrival and not so friendly. Would stay at another park next visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great RV park! Large trees and large sites. The bath house is spotless. The laundry facility is large with a nice table to sit at. There is a train track nearby with its associated noise. The only reason this park is not a 10 is that the person working the office could use come customer service skills/training. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very nice park with all the amenities. Would definitely stay here again. Came highly recommended by friends and we agree. Registration was a breeze and she was very nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is daily rate for 30 amp FHU pull through site with GS discount. Entrance to the park is not marked as well as it could be. No Verizon phone coverage. Trees blocked satellite. No cable TV. Wi-Fi was okay with a few outages. We would probably try elsewhere if back in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a lovely park! Grassy area between each site with flower beds all in bloom. Plenty of space for pull through and space between sites. Clean bathrooms and laundry room. We would go to Missoula again just to stay there! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park west of Missoula. We use it for an overnight. Long pull-through sites with plenty of shade trees. They blocked our satellite and cable TV was so-so. It was clean and quiet. The hookups were in the right place. Verizon signal was weak. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects Good Sam discount. We loved this park. Very scenic and well-cared for. Highway noise is minor, but there are trains coming through a few times a day on nearby train tracks. Excellent Wi-Fi but no Verizon coverage. No pool or recreational activities on site. We'll definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice RV Park, easy access off I-90 exit 96. Staff was ok. Great Wi-Fi and satellite reception from our site A-3. Cable TV was fuzzy. No Air Card reception with Sprint or Verizon. Bathroom / showers were newer and clean. I tried twice to use the laundry, but all four washers were in use, and one dryer was out of service. However, it was a holiday weekend and the CG was full. Only had one car parking spot for the laundry. Had brand new picnic tables at each site. Has a big gathering room for groups. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park at the west end of Missouri (exit 96, off I-90). It was easy to access from the freeway. The gravel pull through sites were large enough for big rigs and were easy to maneuver into and out of. The staff was friendly. We did not utilize any of the facilities at the park (showers, restrooms, laundry) but we did enjoy walking around the paved roads with our dog. A fun day trip to see the Daly Mansion in Hamilton was an interesting experience. We would return to this spot, it was a good place for passing through traffic. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park! Only complaint is the frequent and loud train traffic from tracks close by, but it is fascinating if you enjoy trains as we do because the track is on a steep curve going into the Missouri valley area. We stayed a week at the discounted rate of $190. We had no problem with Verizon reception unlike what others reported. We requested and got a site with a clear view of the sky for our roof top internet satellite. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park but some of the lots are a little short for big rigs on getting in and out due to trees. WiFi is good and water is fine. Sprint worked. Location is right off highway with easy access but is several miles outside of Missoula. We just overnighted but would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a quiet, lovely campground with many trees and beautiful flower gardens. The sites are spacious level. The bathrooms and showers are clean and well maintained. It is conveniently located near Missoula, which was a very surprisingly lovely town with good shopping and wonderful farmers' markets. When I viewed the Jellystone RV park across the highway I was very glad that we were at Jim & Mary's. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a friendly, quiet park. We decided to go home early due to family and they were very nice about it. No services within walking distance but it's convenient to the freeway (I-90). Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$31.75 a night reflects Good Sam discount for a 50 amp pull through site. The sites were very nice and roomy. But it was a bit pricey for the area and for 'limited or no connectivity' when trying to use their Wi-Fi. We were able to connect once in our four days, it was OK for a bit and then really bogged down. Verizon broadband was usable, but on the slow side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest overall campground we have stayed in. Had very clean facilities and beautifully landscaped grounds. There is some road and train noise, but a wonderful place. The price reflects a Good Sam discount. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautifully well maintained park with nice staff. The laundry facility was sufficient for us as we only stayed one week and timed our wash during the low use times. It was very clean and had nice folding and hanging space. Very easy in to the park. A little trickier out if you are heading back towards I-90. We took advantage of the entertainment provided and really enjoyed our stay. Although there were some children in the park mostly it was occupied by adult full and part time travelers. We would stay here again. As previously mentioned it is the better park in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at Jim and Mary's for 3 weeks. It was a pleasant stay. We were disappointed that they advertise trees, when there were 2 rows of NO trees and that's the site we got. The permanent residents have the treed lane. The laundry facilities were scant for the amount of campers that came in and out of this campground: 4 washers, 4 dryers and was very small. Pretty flowers, but this seems to be the main concern of the workkampers and owners. We would stay here again mostly because there are only 2 other campgrounds in Missoula and they get a much lesser rating. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wonderful park; large sites, pretty level, park on gravel with grass between sites. Hookups are in good working order, cable TV was OK (couple of channels were fuzzy); the Wi-Fi worked (Verizon aircard did not). Laundry was clean and reasonably priced. Owners/workers were friendly and helpful. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We liked this campground. Close to interstate with easy off/on. Staff very friendly, sites nice and laundry room very nice. Only stayed one night but would like to come back and stay several nights and visit the Missoula area. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I stayed 3 1/2 weeks while husband was at St. Pats hospital. They were very accommodating, allowing me a open ended reservation as I didn't know how long I'd need to stay. The common buildings (laundry, showers, bathrooms) were updated and spotless. Entertainment weekly with ice cream. Lovely flowers. Lots of shade in most sites. The center rows didn't seem to be watered. Nice clean dog walk area. There is highway and train noise but it was not noticable inside my rig. Bad Verizon signal through most of the park. Stand south of the laundry building for good signal. Good WiFi. I never had trouble turning left onto hwy 93. There is a center turn lane to pull into. Park was quiet and friendly and I (woman camped alone) felt safe. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good Sams rate. We really liked this park and had some good shade on our site. The park was quiet and close enough to Missoula. We did hear a train but it didn't really bother us. The campground has plantings everywhere and its obvious they take great pride in it. Clean restrooms and showers and laundry. I wish I was back there now. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We loved this campground. It had great Wi-Fi, level sites, 50 amp service, sewer, water and cable. The entire campground is absolutely beautiful with the flowers and landscaping. The laundry room was large, clean, had lots of washers and dryers all in good repair. We would stay here any time for either a short period or an extended stay if we lived in the area. We definitely plan to stay here if we pass this way again. I cannot say enough good things about this campground. They had an ice cream social the night we were here with live music. It was great! We camped here in a Motorhome.
A very nice park as others have noted. Some sites have no sewer, but they are clear when you reserve. Many trees may limit satellite service so ask if this is an issue. Nice wide spacing between units, gravel sites and paved roads. A little tight pulling into your space with a long MH but doable. Great staff. Park appears to fill in the summer so reserve. Good cable TV at your site with good channels adults would use. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park, well kept, with lots of flowers. The sites are very long and plenty of room between rigs. Owners take a lot of pride in their park. The showers and restrooms were very nice. We were in row E and got good Direct TV reception. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a nice park with helpful office staff. Easy back-in, all hookups worked as expected and Wi-Fi was excellent. We had an interior site and there were no pine needles on the ground. We would stay here again and recommend it to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park with caring owners. Lots of shade and grass with well spaced spots. Good WI-Fi. Clean with lots of flowers. Good Missoula access of about 15 minutes to downtown. We were here seven nights and park filled up early every night. Row "A" seemed best. Middle rows were under pine trees with little grass but pine needles on ground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Jim and Mary's is a wonderful park and our rate is based on a weekly rate as we were here 7 weeks due to a medical emergency. It is just off I-93 and a good location for visiting Flathead Lake, Glacier NP, Bitter Root National Forest and many other site in the area. Easy access to town. Good local restaurants include, Biga's Pizza, Montana Grill, Hob Nob and Mustard Seed. If you are here in the summer the Saturday morning market is something we enjoyed. Good medical care in the area, nice views of the mountains. Owners friendly and helpful. Owners have many plantings in the park that are both unusual and beautiful. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV worked well. Power and water were good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, nice people and flowers. This is a Great park to stay in when your in Montana. The owners have gone out of their way to make the park nice. They are very helpful and easy to deal with. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We had tried to stay here before, but it books up quickly, so reservations are suggested. Big, grassy sites, and everything works, including the Wi-Fi. The staff was busy planting flowers everywhere, which they grow from seed in their greenhouse. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a great park and great people. it had big, easy to get into sites, and plenty of shade trees. The restrooms were clean and the owners were very helpful. We stayed here for a short time before heading to Glacier. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well-maintained park, with flowers everywhere. Rate reflects Good Sam discount. Train line ran in back of our site, some minor noise during the day, but never heard anything at night. Many sites have good shade: ours happened to have one small tree. Close to Missoula for shopping, sightseeing, but has a country feel to it. Convenient for headed to/from Glacier National Park. Water pressure 40psi. Friendly staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate is for weekly stay with Good Sam. Too bad there aren't more parks like this one! We really did not want to leave, but Glacier Nat'l Park reservations forced us to. Felt like we were in the country, but Costco, Walmart, restaurants, and other conveniences were only a few minutes away. Seems someone was always nearby planting flowers, or doing general sprucing up for this pretty park. Only room for about 2 rigs at check-in though, else you'll be waiting on the side road to enter. We may come back to Missoula just to stay here someday! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice small park with long, level, pull-thru sites. It is located along highway 93 but our site was far enough back that the only road noise we heard was from a little traveled local road that ran behind our site. There is also a train that runs close to the park but does not blow its horn and we did not hear it at night. The large trees, mowed grass, and flower beds though out the park have great eye appeal. We had made a reservation and glad we did because each of the 3 nights we stayed the park appeared full. The only negative we found was that getting out of the park and going south you have to cross a four line highway which has a lot of fast traffic but if you stay across the highway at Jelllystone you'd have the same problem going north. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is spotless, including the shower houses and the laundry, and the grounds are just lovely with flower gardens on every other site. The sites are large, grassy, shaded, and are easily accessible for all size rigs. We camped here for 5 weeks and watched the hard work they put into planting the many beautiful gardens. The staff is extremely helpful and delightful to chat with. They went out of their way to help us when we had a mechanical problem with our rig. The Wednesday night free entertainment, and huckleberry ice cream is quite a treat for all. We can't wait to return and we will. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We love this park. It is small but has great pull through sites with lots of space between the sites. They have lots of big pine trees which make it cool and inviting to sit out by your coach and read a book. We have stayed here several times and the people who run the park are very friendly and helpful. We will stay here again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is older as others have stated and does have quite a few long term residents. The sites were ample in size and everything worked well. The office was a bit 'hit and miss' but it would likely improve as they got closer to their busy season. They had lots of flowers ready to plant to spruce things up. They should also take a paint brush to the picnic tables as most of the paint is peeled off. The huckleberry marmalade they sell at the office was great. Would stop again if only for the marmalade. Washrooms and laundry were spotless. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nicely shaded park with great restrooms. Although they had printed rules concerning tidiness, etc., apparently they are not enforced as some of more permanent residents had a lot of clutter. It surprises me that a business that wants to serve travelers would not open until 9 and then closes early (never saw any staff). All in all, it was and "OK" park for an overnight stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We reserved an overnight stay here based on previous reviews. Arrived at 4 PM and found the office closed (never did get to meet Jim or Mary). Instructions on the door directed us to choose one of six or eight level, gravel pull-through sites available on the north side of the campground. A sizable number of permanent-looking rigs occupied what shaded spots there were. The park is about a mile north of I-90 on a very busy four lane road, with numerous modular homes and double-wides close by. It's pretty obvious that in a few years this park is going to be completely overtaken by commercial and residential development. The set up met our needs on this trip, nothing more than an overnight stop while passing through, but we would not consider it for a multi-day destination. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a repeat visit as we stayed here for a week in 2008. We were in a new to us Class C w/o leveling jacks so a level site was important. We were put in A1 and it was perfect; no leveling required. The lady in the office was friendly and very helpful. They had no ice for sale in the office as it was too early in the season and she very graciously took her car to the local store and purchased a bag for us. A very pet friendly park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were not at all impressed with the office girls attitude, and I mean attitude with capital "A"! This park is nothing spectacular, has numerous locals living here, and overall was a very bad experience! Wouldn't recommend, and we give them a Minus 10 for effort and friendliness! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice little RV park on the prairie. Well landscaped with trees and flowers in season. Sites are roomy and have plenty of grass which our dog loved. Restrooms/showers were nice and clean, as well as roomy, the laundry was huge. The staff was helpful and courteous. We'd stay there again and in fact we decided to stay there one extra night to decompress from a several thousand mile drive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice RV park: nice folks, free cable, free Wi-Fi that actually works! We stayed for an overnight but would definitely stay longer if visiting Missoula. Big pull throughs so we didn't have to unhook. I would give it a 10, except for the nearby trains coming through during the night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an excellent park! The staff is friendly. The sites are huge, with plenty of room between. There are trees, lawns and flower beds everywhere. Everything is kept in immaculate condition. The laundry facilities and adjoining recreation room with big screen TV were welcome after many days on the road. I would recommend this park to anyone traveling through the Missoula area. It is perfectly located on Hwy 93 on the way to/from Glacier National Park. It is also very pet friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Outstanding overnight stop. Long, level pull-through in a pretty flower-filled park. Washrooms spotlessly clean and a laundry room with adjoining sitting area with large screen TV. We will definitely use this site again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Another overnight stop for us. This is an excellent RV park that may be 3 years old. It is of a modern park: having ample pad spacing and size, plus well designed, paved interior roads. Everything worked very well and the grounds are beautiful with many landscaping elements featuring lots of colorful flowers. Some places can be dark at night if the solar lighting starts fading. There is a nearby train track but it must be a spur because we noticed no train noise. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
OK, this is a nice place, but it is right on the highway, so get a sight with a high number in one of the rows that will put you further from the road. Also, the south side pull through sites sit in the sun and have a construction sight behind them. It is well taken care of and the flowers are nice. I didn't use the showers, but the bathroom seemed clean as were the grounds. The interior back in sights are all in the shade, some deep in the shade. We would stay here again, but it isn't one of our favorites. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an owner-operated park that is one of the most pleasant we have stayed in. The washrooms are spotless, the grounds charming and well-tended. The sites are generous in size. Access to Missoula is easy. Occasional train and highway noise does not spoil the atmosphere in this place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground right off the interstate. Good location for visiting Missoula. Easy big rig access although some of the pull through sites are tight getting in and out due to the narrow roads. Manager doesn't want you to go on the grass to get into the sites yet the sites are too narrow with tow cars attached. Not too big a deal but something to consider at check in. Will stay here again but will make sure we have a better pull through site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A nice park however, we had reserved a space with full hookups. We were given a space with water and electric only, and charged the same rate as full hookups. We were not happy with that part: but the person on duty said that's what they do here (?) The park was full so I guess that makes it OK (?) At least its not keeping anyone away. That meant we had to go dump before we parked and again when we left: not very convenient. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Immaculate park grounds: I have never seen landscaping like this. There were so many flower arrangements throughout the park, between every site, along the streets and in corner spaces. Folks were friendly. We would definitely return here and would recommend it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Shore Services: 50amp, Sewer good, Water 50@ psi - WiFi: Excellent Good Speed - AT&T Cell Phone: Good - Sprint Air Card: Poor - Verizon Air Card: Poor - Cable: Good - Site: A10 Gravel Reasonable Level Side to side and front to back. - Site Size: Long enough for TV to be parked on site. - Site Closeness: Great. Plenty of room to put out awning, and walk around. - Roads: Gravel - Restrooms: Clean - Laundry: Clean - Directv Satellite: Good - Discounts: Good Sams - Payment: Credit card - Additional Charges: None - Additional Remarks: This is a great park. lots of grass between sites. If I return to this area I will be staying here. I would give this park a better rating if the sites were concrete and fully level. There is a lot of beautiful flowers all over the park. You have to stay here if your in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A great RV park. The pull-through sites are actually longer than anyone needs and the spaces between your sites are so wide you need to raise your voice to say hello to your neighbor. The back-ins are equally spacious and easy-in-and-out. Wi-Fi and cable are included, all at a reasonable price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is laid out very nicely with large, shady sites that are level and wide. Most sites have grassy areas in front of the campers. The laundry room was very large and immaculate. There was a large community room in the laundry building with a huge screen TV. The campground is very convenient to downtown Missoula which is a lovely town with neat stores and restaurants. Our biggest complaint was the construction site next door which started early and ended late. Unfortunately, our campsite was the last row right next to the construction and we could not move because the campground was full. There were campers here that seemed to be using the campground for their base camp while working in the area, but did not cause a problem. The campground landscaping was beautiful with flowers, fountains and green grass, which the staff really worked to keep that way. We liked this place well enough to camp here twice within 2 weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park with wide, grassy sites, huge trees, and flowers everywhere. Folks say the owners are nice but we never met them; the young girl in the office was helpful. Its location, only a couple miles outside Missoula, is convenient. But it's also one of the noisiest RV parks we've ever stayed in -- next to a major highway with lots of big trucks at night, and they empty their many dumpsters at 5:30 AM. We would definitely stay here again, but with earplugs. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a pretty, clean, quiet smaller park with back in and pull thru sites with most sites quite level. All service connections worked well including cable and Wi-Fi. The park is located in the beautiful Montana community of Missoula. Laundry was clean with older equipment - $1.25/wash; $1.00 dry -- didn't use shower rooms. The only negative was the park hostess who can regard customers as the enemy. I called to change to another day (we ended up coming in on the original date) and instead of telling me she would check availability, she informed me that we could not expect to call one day and "expect" to have a site the next as they were quite full. I thought it a rather bizarre management approach to future business. Saying all that, I would stay again at this park because it is a great little park. Hopefully the camp hostess will acquire some customer skills in the meantime. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a nice park, quiet and clean. The rrees provided nice shade in the heat. The showers and bathrooms immaculate. The Wi-fi is very good. We recommend making reservations-we stayed on 2 separate nights within 1st week of August and park was full quite early both nights. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in our 40' motorhome with quad slides, using our Good Sam membership. We had 50 amp, level site, table and grass. The site was large. The park is very well landscaped. There are lots of trees but we had a satellite site. The personnel were very nice. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are anywhere in the area this is a "Must Stay" park. It is beautiful. I am typing this from a park bench in the park using their Wi-Fi which works beautifully. The restrooms and showers are the cleanest we have ever seen. Unfortunately our plans are to only stay here one night this time, but we will be back. We totally concur with the other reviewers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park just north of Missoula right off I-90 on the road to Glacier National Park. Roads are paved and sites are gravel with grass between. Some turns are a bit tight for a big rig and car trailer but we managed. No amenities such as pool, exercise room, etc. Their Wi-Fi was exceptional for a change! Verizon air card also worked. AT&T cell coverage is very poor and was all over Missoula. Satellite is also tricky here due to their trees. We had to move several feet to get the signal and some spots wouldn't have a chance. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest park we have ever stayed in!! There are shaded sites with beautiful flower beds and a very accommodating host. The free ice cream social is a nice touch. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very nice park. There is some construction for a government facility just south of the park, but very little noise and no freeway noise. The sites ALL have plantings and shrubs. It is big rig friendly with enough space to leave your toad connected, if you wish, in the site. Flat and level sites, with paved roads. There is no pool and the greenhouse is not in use in July. It would be a ten with a pool, morning newspapers, and trash pickup at your site. We would certainly return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Peaceful, mostly shaded park with spacious sites, easy in/out, even for big rigs. Combination of pull-thrus & back-ins. Overall-level sites. Restrooms very nice & super clean. Flowers in creative beds & pots throughout provide eye candy while on a stroll. Nice owners on site. Free entertainment/ice cream on Wed. There is minor train noise and some road noise heard more in some parts of the park than others. We prefer sites in the A row. Been here 5 times. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reviews about this park led me to believe I was in for an amazing experience. I found the park to be just a little above ordinary. Yes, the plantings are nice, but everything else is what you should expect from an RV park. Office staff was okay, roads were okay, water pressure and quality were okay. Note: if you are staying for more than an overnight, be advised that the surrounding neighborhood rises early. Don't expect to sleep in. If in the area, we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Probably the least favorite park of our extended trip. Robotic like check in. The site we were given was not big rig friendly. The only dog in the park making any noise belonged to the owners. Not a good park for dogs. We had to walk out on the highway. Lots of road noise. Construction going north to Glacier from there was terrible. We changed our route back toward 90 in order to avoid it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
As previous reviewer said; large spaces, easy pull through. Lots of trees and flowers. Very clean and well kept. Clean laundry room. Glad we had reservations because park was full. No activities. Warning, they have a strict cancellation policy. We had a blowout near Butte and called and were told about the policy. Apparently no excuses, so we got our repairs made and arrived about 9:00 pm. We would probably stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here last year in Sept. after the flowers had finished blooming so when we pulled in this year, the flowers in the park were spectacular. The park was still neat and clean and very inviting. One thing that no one has mentioned is the fact charcoal BBQ’s are not allowed nor are braziers. No campfire rings are on the premises so you can sit outside and enjoy the evenings. I wish more RV parks had a ban on campfires since most RV sites are too close together. I have to say it was nice to be able to turn off the air conditioners and open up our windows!! This park is geared more towards adults and I have seen very few children here this stay and the past. This is a very quiet park and we'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At the intersection of highway 90 and 93, this park is well maintained and features beautiful flowers and tree wooded RV spaces and grounds. Cable TV was poor and the many trees around our space blocked our satillite dish. It is plain to see that the managers take great pride in managing the facility and treating each guest with respect and excellent customer service. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice, quiet, park with good I-90 access. Staff was very helpful & definitely not robotic. Had no trouble getting 25' trailer into our (back-in) site despite nice shade trees. Also had plenty of room for the truck. Laundry room was clean & dryer acceptably quick. Shower room spotless & shower stall larger than usual. Will definitely use this park again if/when in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We are stayed here several times. It is one of the most beautiful parks you will find because of all the flowers and plantings throughout the park. I wish I could submit pictures! The sites are adequate and spacing is good. We had a weekly rate of $190. It is a busy park in the summer - lots of in and out traffic and there is some noise from the highway, side road and train. Hookups are good and cable TV was fine. However, as always, the WiFi does not work all of the time. Has been a problem for the past 3 years when we have stayed there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a fabulous park. The grounds are immaculate, with flowers professionally arranged around the park. The sites are spacious, the roads are extremely navigable, there are many trees, but satellite access is easily attainable. The sites are level and easy to get in and out of. The hookups are very accessible and cable is available. It is THE choice in Missoula. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Family owned small campground with plenty of shade. Spaces large with plenty of grass between gravel sites. Owners show pride of ownership with well maintained park with flowers everywhere. Stayed one night to preview park for our return stay next month for a week. Good cable TV and free WiFi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I am 15, & I'm not too fond of camping, but this place was perfect! I loved it! We only stopped here because we were on our way to Yellowstone and couldn't make it all the way there in one day. But I am aweful glad we found it. The bathrooms were wonderful and clean. The showers were great! There was Wi-Fi & just alot of nice things. You could tell someone cared alot about appearance, because there was always workers out, either cleaning up around the garden beds, or mowing the grass, or cleaning the bathrooms. There was also a laundry place and TV room type thing that was well taken care of. I loved it all & I plan to be back as soon as I possibly can. I will also recomend this to anyone passing through the area. Thanks for having such a great place to stay! (: We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Wow! What a park. I have been traveling for a while and seen many different parks, but I must say this is one of the nicest parks I have been to. The park lay out is great. Very easy to get in and out, very clean, beautiful landscaping. Clean restrooms. A great laundry room. Overall, the park is amazing. Great location just on the outside of Missoula with nice views. I would definitely return over and over to this park. The only complaint that I have is the man that worked in the office was not to friendly or helpful, but the overall park makes up for that and still well worth staying if you do not have to deal to much with the office staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A well treed parklike setting made this a pleasant place to stay. Driveways are all paved with gravel sites. Trains and highways are far enough away they aren't disturbing. WIFI worked great. The only complaint was our cable connection was so far back I had to add an extention, site F11. The rate reflects winter rates and Good Sam discount. We stayed in a motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Heavily-treed park with quite a few perma-rigs. Paved interior roads with gravel sites. Long pull-thrus with excellent site spacing for transients. The gravel for the site parking is barely wider than the rig, with tight turns into and out of the site without driving on the grass. It was early in the season when we stayed, and most trees along the roads and between the sites needed branches trimmed, as several scraped the rig on the way in. Most 50-amp sites had new power pedestals. Site hookups placed very close to the rear of pull-thrus, potentially requiring unhooking of toad or extension cords and hoses. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall, it was a nice park. Paved drives, but gravel sites. My main complaint was non-working wi-fi. I tried it on two different laptops but it wouldn't connect. Lady in office said it was working for her, so there was nothing she could do. No playground for kids, but kids are allowed. Lots of trees. We stayed just one night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great park, period. Beautiful grounds, lots of gorgeous landscaping, friendly staff, super clean bathrooms and laundromat. Sites are big, and we had lots of options for satellite friendly sites. Still, there are lots of trees there that keep the place pretty. Just loved it all around. We'd stay here again in an instant. Forget the competition across the street, Jim and Mary are the best. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park displays pride of ownership with beautiful plants, well kept lawns and overall spotlessness. The sites are large, level and well manicured with good Wi-Fi and satellite. The staff was friendly and helpful in suggesting attractions worth seeing in the area. We spent a pleasant two days at this park and would definitely return for longer on our net trip through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very beautiful and well planned RV park. Wide spaces with grassy area and beautiful flowers all around park. Good and free Wi-Fi reception at our site. Verizon and satellite dish work well. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. This is our third visit to this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We love this park!!! You can tell that the owners love it too! Lots of beautiful flowers, lush grass, level gravel pads. Spotless showers/restrooms. Lots of shade. Stayed here two times on our trip and would certainly stay here again. Some noise from the highway but negligible in our hard-side. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great stop on our travels through Montana. It's very obvious as soon as you drive in that the owners are very proud of "their home" as they have a beautiful, yet very comfortable feeling park. The overnight pull-throughs are very long and easy to get into. All of the utilities are properly placed and cable is included. Laundry facilities were very clean and modern as were the bathrooms. They also had a gathering room with a TV for use while doing the laundry. The Park is far enough away from the highway and interstate to not hear any road noise. However, the railroad tracks about a mile away were sometimes noticeable as the trains applied their brakes coming down the mountain into Missoula. It didn't last long, but, depending on wind direction, can be heard at night. This will be our park of choice as we travel this part of the state. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Wow, what a great rv park, this is a gem!! Long pull throughs that are more out in the open and back ins that are under the trees. Flowers everywhere you look and long wide lush green grass between RV’s with a picnic table at each site. Multicolored gravel for pads that were attractive, level and drained well when it rained. The bathrooms/showers were tiled and clean as a whistle. Water pressure was very good, no problems with the electricity and sewer. Couldn’t get a good signal with the wifi (we were in E-11) so I used my Verizon Aircard with our booster antenna. Cell phone (also Verizon) was iffy, sometimes it would work and sometimes calls went straight to voicemail. We were able to use our dome satellite, otherwise they do have cable TV. The park is very big rig friendly with plenty of room to maneuver around with a tow car. Didn’t check out the laundry facilities but if the bathrooms are any indication, I’ll bet the laundry facilities were spotless too. Shopping centers (that we wanted to use) were about 6 miles away. Missoula has anything and everything!! There’s no pool or hot tub but we never use them anyway. The park is close to hwy. 93 but we didn’t notice any traffic noise at night. Also, there are RR tracks above the park but they didn’t disturb our sleep. We would stay here again in a heartbeat! As far as we’re concerned, this is what an RV Park should be like, inviting!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is one of the nicest little parks we have stayed in. The attention to detail in the landscaping and flower beds is great. The owners must have a lot of pride in this place. I suggest you stay here over any other park in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a pleasant retreat with small english type flower gardens, ornamental landscape displays, mature trees and nice sized lawn areas between sites. The only negative comment I can make is about the surroundings, as there is train track in close proximity. The trains are descending a hill and their brakes squeak and squeal loudly as they slow the train down. This is usually for just a short period. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
We were very pleased with this park. The staff was friendly, the property neat, lots of flowers and unique landscaping, nice roads to walk on, great shade with grassy areas between most sites. Garbage is nearby. Its close to the I-90 freeway. I would stay here again. It could use a better stocked store but there are cold drinks and some ice cream bars. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful campground with beautiful plantings. The owners are gracious and take pride on the upkeep of the property. Our site was a wide pull-through. The laundry room is large an adjacent activity room. There is free cable TV and Wi-Fi service. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We are retired and travel a great deal, and we travel to see nature and wilderness (rather than cities). This is our kind of park - we love it. It is heavily treed, with lots of shade, and it has a nice rustic feel to it. WiFi works well, staff is warm and helpful, the laundry facility is super clean, sites are large - what else could you ask for??? We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was our third year to visit Jim and Mary's. We love the tranquility of the park. The owners are constantly working on flower gardens within the park. Roads are paved; sites are gravel with grass on each side. The park has been immaculate each time we have visited in our motor home. They are often full, so be sure to make a reservation. We hope to go back again in 2009. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. Shady and level site. Good Wi-Fi reception. Friendly staff. Everything clean. Only issue I had was with fuzzy cable channels. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second visit to this RV park and it's one of our favorites. I can't add anything that hasn't been said already in other reviews, except this visit we didn't bother to make reservations and boy did that turn out to be a mistake! We arrived at about 1:30pm on a Sunday afternoon and got the last site available... a back-in right next to the office with no shade tree or picnic table. We still enjoyed our stay though. After we arrived we saw many RV's, apparently without reservations, turned away. We took a walk in the evening and the park was indeed full. Make no mistake, this is a very popular park, so MAKE RESERVATIONS! We'll definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The sometimes gushing reviews and the park website photos are a little misleading. We reserved a 30 amp,shady site and got a dirty, unlevel back-in without a blade of grass- BUT it was shady. The lush, grassy and long pull-thrus, which seem to be available only for big rigs (is their money worth more?), are not always in the shade. So on a hot summer day, ask for the trees and a pull-thru if you can get it. The voltage and cable tv had problems, and wifi signal was weak, for whatever reasons. The landscaping is really nice. Without having seen the other parks in town, this is still a good choice as long as you get in early and make sure the site is okay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
After having spent a considerable amount of time in "parking lot" RV parks, this place is like winning the lottery. Beaufiful trees, wonderful flowers all around, green, well-maintained grass, wide, level sites, good power and water. The management is extremely friendly and helpful, and this place has to have the mother of all wi-fi systems: Five repeater towers spaced throughout this small park and two systems operating at all time in the event one goes down. This is a great place for an overnighter or for a long-term stay. This is a top park and you will like it here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I don't rate a 10 very often. This is one of the best campgrounds around. The sites are ample and shaded. Their WI-FI at your site is free, fast and with a strong signal. They also have free cable TV. Their laundry room is clean and very comfortable that has an area where there is couch and chairs to sit and read or use laptop. Didn't use the bathhouse much but it was clean when I was in there. They take great pride in this park and they are constantly working on it. The landscaping and flowers are so nice and give great ambiance. Owners are friendly and very accommodating. I can think of no negatives. An absolutely wonderful place to stay. We were there for 3 weeks because just couldn't leave. The rate reflects a weekly rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is very clean and well maintained with lots of trees. Paved interior roads with gravel sites. The sites have considerable slope back to front and the utility hookups are located at the very back of the site. If you are towing and don't want to unhook you probably won't be able to connect to anything but electricity. Also if you stay hooked up leveling is tricky because of the slope. Otherwise a nice park for a day or possibly a weeks stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Signage to campground good. Limited area to park and register. Office staff very friendly, helpful and efficient. Access roads to sites well maintained but a little narrow. Trees in places made it difficult to turn. Wide gravel /grassy sites mostly pull-thrus which had variable tree cover. Not all sites level. Services located in reasonable position for easy hook-up. Electricity solid and water pressure good. Wi-Fi worked fine most of the time. Some rail noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent park. Clean, well groomed. Owners were working hard to do yard maintenance as rain let up for a few hours! Friendly staff. Good sized sites; wonderfully clean rest rooms and laundry. No trees in the pull thru area. Paved roads thru-out park; highly recommend this park; it is off the highway but easy to get to. Wifi and cable TV worked well. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at this park in the past. It is convenient to the freeway, but far enough away not to have any traffic noise. The grounds are well maintained with nice sites. We did day trips to Glacier National Park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Older but well maintained park. Many shades sites available. However, you must be careful which site you are assigned if you want to use your satellite receiver. Owners on site and very active in park management. On Wednesdays, there is evening entertainment and ice cream social. We stayed a week and would do so again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient, clean park just off I-90. Had no problem with cell during our visit but it is spotty in the area. Free entertainment, and ice cream social mid-week. New restrooms (all tile)for new spaces and "old" restroom being remodeled. Were on the edge of park and still had workable wi-fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place to stop on the road, but it's on the outskirts of Missoula and cell service is spotty. You could tell the effort the owners put into maintaining it - they were planting annuals in creative arrangements and groupings. The women's bathroom/shower had a bathroomy smell when I looked, but the men's was ok. Most sites are nicely shaded. Due to the lack of reliable cell phone service, I would try another campground in the area next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We loved this RV Park. It was absolutely beautiful and clean with spacious sites that had grass and trees on both sides (and a picnic table). Although it was right off of Highway 93 the traffic noise at night was very minimal, and there was zero light pollution. The laundry room had four washers and four dryers with extremely reasonable prices ($1.25 for a washer and $1.00 for dryers). The laundry room was a good size and had a nice table in between the washers and dryers for folding laundry. The bathrooms were sparkling clean, and the large showers had wonderful hot water and excellent water pressure. We would definitely stay here again! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice park, with both back-in and pull-through sites. To accommodate our rooftop TV satellite dish, they gave us a pull-through, but there was no way a 40' rig could make the turn into that site. I made another lap and backed into it. The park is wonderfully wooded and well maintained. We will definitely stay there again on our next trip through Missoula. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 2 nights. After asking for a site away from small "yappie" dogs, shortly after setting up another motorhome parked next to us with 2 small dogs that constantly barked. The sites are large with trees, but power and water hook ups are towards the back so we needed an extra hose to reach because of our toad. The sewer connections are somewhat far to the side of the site, but located in the middle. The highway noise can be heard at night. There seems to be a double standard about clothes lines. The rules say no, but it was OK for a long term camper near the office. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I had to visit this campground after reading so many good reviews about it on here. I have to say that I wasn't let down. They have nice big sites, and the sites are laid out so that even the treed sites are satellite friendly. We only stopped in for the night on our way to Glacier National Park, but we would make this our choice on our next visit to Missoula. They were upgrading the WiFi the day we pulled in and the new system was live that night with a strong fast signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our first night with our new (for us) travel trailer. The restrooms and showers were very clean. They have a main shower/restroom/laundry building and a secondary; they keep the main building open throughout the winter. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice campground. The sites are gravel and surrounded by mature trees. The grass and plants are well maintained. It is obvious that the owners are proud of their campground. The wifi did not reach to our site, which was in the back of the park but we were told that by next year the entire park will be covered. There is a train track behind the park but the noise did not reach us. We would absolutely recommend this park and would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an example of a nice looking park completely ruined by a badly designed sprinkler system. In the middle of the night, an oscillating sprinkler head came on right next to the door of our MH and sprayed the side of our rig for an hour. I couldn't get out of the door to stop it because it would have sprayed water into our MH. The next morning I got outside to find our rig covered with white dots which wouldn't wash off. I ended up having to compound the side of the MH to get them off. We will never return!!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a real nice park. Easy access, but far enough from the highway, you don't hear the noise. Very clean restrooms and big roomy sites. Nice setting among the pine trees and pretty good shade. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A very nice campground with friendly and helpful owners. They take pride in the appearance and cleanliness of the park. The grass and flowers were well watered and manicured. We were on the back side of the park and had very little highway noise but the WIFI was very weak at our site. They are several miles from town and shopping. Since they are just off I- 90, they were full almost every night we stayed there. We will stay there again when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent place to stay. One mile from freeway for easy access but far enough away to be very quiet. Sites are level and wide with well kept grass between them. Spotless, tiled, restrooms and laundry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground. The sites are huge and lots of trees. WIFI is free and can be sporadic depending how far away you are from the router. Most of the time, it worked OK for us. Laundry room was clean and they had a nice rec room too. Owner is very knowledgeable about the area and gives out great info and maps. You can get cable for extra $ but we opted to used the antenna and got all major networks in the local area. Will definitely come back to this little jewel again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice place to stay will traveling through Montana. About half the park has seasonal trailers and motorhomes. Clean overall. Located only a few miles from town and shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is very clean, neat and has beautiful flower beds throughout. The pull-thru sites are very roomy with a fairly large grassy area between sites. The back-in site are in a nicely wooded area. We were there 5 nights and 1 night they had a local singer and an ice cream social and another night they had a craft program. The side of the park away from the side road is more quiet. WiFi worked great and we did not experience any water or electrical problems. The park was full all 5 nights we were there. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Beautiful park with very long pull thrus. Shaded areas so only a few sites have satellite access. Would have rated higher but lack of sufficient water pressure and intermittent power losses, low power made for some inconvenience. Laundry room was clean (no A/C), inoperable dryer was not repaired during our two week stay. Would not visit here again in the summer - over 100 most days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a delightful RV park – aesthetically pleasing and quiet. Paved streets, gravel parking area is level, large grass lawns between sites. Half the sites are pull-thrus and all are big-rig friendly. About two-thirds of the sites are shaded with tall pines and deciduous trees. The other one-third are satellite friendly. Park is on east side of Hwy 93 just north of I-90 and convenient for on-off. Nice lounge adjacent to clean laundry room. Mid-day the water pressure is low, but otherwise it was sufficient. Every site was filled every night, so reservations are a smart way to go. We are full-timers and without question would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a above average RV park but nothing to rave about. At least it has paved interior roads which is rare in Montana. Jellystone across the street is newer and nicer but has no shade trees. This park has lots of shade trees to block the sun. Site itself is gravel but ok. Staff was friendly and helpful. I have Alltel cell phone and internet and both worked perfectly. It's about a 5 mile drive into Missoula which is no problem since it is all interstate. We played golf two days at two excellent golf courses. We toured the Elk Foundation and the Fire Jumper Training center and both interesting. We had to buy a new camera since our's broke. I love Montana - NO Sales Tax. I would stay here again if back in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. No weekly rate. WiFi worked good. Verizon signal a little weak here but works. Grass at site is watered at night. When we were here the weeds needed some attention. It appears they might be shorthanded. No assistance to your site. Cable TV was a little fuzzy. Asphalt roads, no dust! Park says no washing of vehicles but I noticed some doing it anyway. Picnic tables at site needed some attention. All in all a better than average RV park. Would stay here again but might look across the street at Jellystone RV Park. It's hot here in July! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park. We did not have a reservation and were lucky to get a site to accommodate our motorhome. Were told they have sold out already four night this year and it is only mid-June. The gentleman in the office was very helpful. Got us a site where our satellite dish would site the bird in the sky and we could get Wi-Fi, which worked very well. I would definitely recommend this place, but would certainly make a reservation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well kept grounds, nice paved interior roads, abundant grass, shade trees, flowers, and a roomy feeling. My only nit pick would be the noise from vehicles on a highway bordering the park... but that's out of control of the owners and wouldn't prevent me from staying here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful park with wide, LEVEL, gravel sites with many trees, but still with great rooftop satellite reception. Asphalt paved streets. Prior comment mention wifi only from Laundry area. We are in a pull-through, #E4, with excellent & fast wifi. This is one the best parks we've stayed in since departing Baton Rouge on March 21st. We would definitely stay again. Daily rate is based on a 1-week stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a pretty park. The owners have a greenhouse and grow their owns flowers which are planted all over the park, not just at the entrance like some parks. The spaces are easy to get in to. The free WIFI is nice when it's working but every time it rains a little the WIFI drops off. The managers were very friendly and a park work camper, Harlie, was outstanding. He directed us to places of interest in Missoula including a great fried chicken diner and the local Moose Drool brewery!! Thanks Harlie! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've travelled extensively in the western US, and this campground is by far the nicest we've stayed at. The showers and restrooms are immaculate. The sites are roomy. The grounds are well maintained. We stayed here for a couple of nights in 2004. When we returned in 2005, management remembered us! We would not hesitate to stay here again, and in fact, will, the next time we travel out west. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very attractive park, and extremely pleasant staff! We parked originally for one night, but ended up staying 3 nights while our fifth wheel landing gear was repaired. The staff located a knowledgeable and competent repair service, Valley Mobile Home & RV Center, run by Herschel, who promptly drove to our site, analyzed the problem, and replaced a broken set of bevel gears, re-assembled the strut and sent us on our way for a very modest fee. The Park has paved roads, lots of shade, a quiet atmosphere, very little noise and the secret is out . . . they were full each night! We definitely recommend this place for any stay, any size RV! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful park and has exactly what I look for in an RV park. The sites are grassy, well kept and large. The entire park has lots of shade trees, not so for the "Jellystone" park across the street. About half of the sites are pull through and most of them offer a good view of the southern sky for the satellite dish. The Wi-Fi works well. If you plan to stay in the summer when the temps are hot (100 every day we were here) you will definitely want to be here rather than at the other park across the street due to all the shade trees. We highly recommend this one and will definitely be back in the future. NOTE: You MUST make reservations as the park stayed full every night we where here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped twice, coming and going on our trip and loved this place. Tent camping is near the road and we thought the noise might be too much, but slept well both times. They loaned us a converter for our small amp electrical connection without our asking! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
I don’t usually post but these folks deserve a special mention. If you don’t like trees, stay across the road at Jellystone, if you want a little piece of seclusion and privacy and a sense of inclusion, stay here. We work on the road, have a mobile business that keeps us in gas and peanuts and really value a restful place to come “home” to after a hard day. The nights we stayed there, June 20-25 they had a couple of folksingers and an ice cream social on Wed and Fri nites, free. The grass is green and lush, the spaces far enough apart, the big rig pull through were excellent and we appreciated the friendly folks running the place who really care how they present themselves, their park and your experience. Maybe we were just lucky or open but we met several nice folks who were full timing or extended and were invited over to examine rigs, swap recipes and lies and just socialize. Reception on our Verizon Aircard was dismal but the free wifi was first rate. They have cable and apparently a phone access so no problem with net access. Saw plenty of folks using the Dish for TV. Definitely on our short list of places to stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We've spent alot of time here over the last 5 years. When my Dad was in the hospital in Missoula they literally allowed us to come and go as we needed to over the summer. Their flexibility and park amenities make this our favorite park to stay. The park is very clean, the amenities are great and the staff goes way out of their way to make sure everyone has what they need. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Generous, wide and long sites. Great for big rigs. Owners are very friendly and helpful. They plant beautiful flower gardens with unique decorative accents. Bathrooms and all facilities are immaculate. Only drawbacks are that some sewer connections require a long hose and there is some highway noise - not bad and not interstate. However, all the parks in Missoula have highway noise. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one weekend in mid-July and had a full hookup, pull-through site with 60+ channel cable TV. We had no trouble getting their Wi-Fi network in our RV. I have been here numerous times over the years and always enjoyed our visits. This is a big, busy park with lots of families and kids and understand that the pool will often be overflowing with kids. When I asked about an "adult only" swim time, I was told that it was from 10-10:30 PM! In addition, I saw numerous kids using the hot tubs without a parent. This is against their rules and the KOA pool attendant did nothing. I don't mind KOAs catering to families and kids, but don't screw us seniors to do so. I lowered my rating due to their policies. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was just a place to stop for the night. No privacy between sites. Voltage was too low to use the AC probably because everybody else was using their AC. Had to be very judicious with power use. Well kept pool for the kids was great. Animal presentation in the evening was perfect entertainment for the kids. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I gave this KOA an 8, which is about as high a rating as I can give a KOA type campground. Our family really prefers state parks - more trees and nature and less concrete and fewer amenities. For a KOA, this is an excellent campground. Not a lot of trees, but a great store, laundry facility, large bathrooms and showers, nice pool, etc.
The best thing about the park is its proximity to town - many restaurants, stores, theaters, etc. nearby. Missoula just opened a Cabela's, which is about a mile south of this KOA. There is a lot to see nearby and the campground is laid out very well. The sites are easy to enter and exit for any size RV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Top of the line RV park. Clean, neat, friendly, spacious RV spots, etc. We have stayed here many times and will again when in the area. Lots of TV channels, WI FI but it took an extender to receive it when we were 4 sites from the office. This has been the best KOA throughout Montana. A little high priced, but all KOA's are high priced. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second visit to this KOA. They do everything right in my opinion. Great amenities, especially for kids. Wi-Fi worked well. This park could be a destination park for a family with kids. It's in a city so there's some road noise. They have a variety of sites to fit about any need. All looked easy in/out. Rate reflects a water/electric-only only site with discount so the average rate will be upper 40s. Both AT&T and Verizon had strong signals. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed for two nights. Friendly staff, clean park, spacious sites, clean restrooms. We have stayed here many times and it is always very nice. It is a little high price, but is a convenient location to shopping, food, etc. and worth it. We stayed on our return on 10/15 also. The rate that night was $22 because of winter rates and internet special of $8.00 off for Washington residents. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed the Missoula KOA just after Labor Day for a week. The neighborhood was relatively quiet (some train and airplane noise), the onsite store was fully stocked and not ludicrously priced. The activities, when open, look to be lots of fun. The park was very large so there were a wide variety of spaces throughout. The laundry room was large and clean. Do not stay at the Missoula KOA if you are looking for natural beauty, the RV park is lined with mobile homes. There are many kid activities at the campground, unfortunately some of them shutdown for the season the day after we arrived. The playground was a blast for our 2 & 4 year old. The proximity to shops, such as Costco, Walmart, and Target was a huge bonus. There were a handful of restaurants, which were good dinner/lunch options. I can recommend Missoula KOA for a few days or even a few weeks. We returned to the campground twice over a month. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice KOA. Staff was very helpful and my site worked well for my stay. Only issue I had was with the Wi-Fi, which was spotty at best. Staff tried resetting the router for my area, which worked for about a half hour. I believe RV parks that advertise Wi-Fi should have reasonably capable systems. Unfortunately, my experience at KOA's all over this country has been that their Wi-Fi is the weak link. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Directions in KOA directory are good. Access is good. Interior roads are paved, but really narrow. Sites are gravel and short and narrow. This place is weird. It was made an RV park 66 years ago, and the city grew around it. The west side is surrounded by 2 story apartments. The north side is a series of houses. The south side is a city school bus barn that dispatches its buses right thru the RV park. The east side is houses backed up to a shopping center (Kohls, TJ Maxx, etc.). Two blocks away is Cosco and Lowes. This is an RV park in an urban area. Lots of highway and street noise. Very little privacy. Office is well equipped and staff is friendly. But, they automatically stick you in a 'premium' site which means you get a wooden swing. They advertise 2 fenced dog runs - but one is for midget dogs, and the other is not much better. (Why won't KOA put in good fenced dog areas?) There are some long term residents. There are few shower/bath houses and folks were lined up in the morning. If going to Glacier NP, skip this place and continue West to the turn north where you will find a few privately owned parks which appear to be well cared for. We would skip this place next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived here on a holiday weekend with no reservations, so the only spot we could get didn't have sewer hookup - so $41 a night with no full hook up is high in our opinion. It was congested and difficult to maneuver in. We did have phone service, didn't try the Wi-Fi. We would probably only stay here again in a pinch. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our premium site was gravel and adequately long, wide and level. Narrow and busy roads made navigating our 40 foot motor home and toad a bit difficult. Our satellite dish was not blocked but there are numerous trees and that was luck. Adequate wifi. Good Verizon signal. As usual for the KOA's we've stayed at there were numerous ongoing activities and many families with children. Although the park was reasonably clean late on the afternoon we arrived there was a microburst that knocked a lot of tree branches down all over the park and cleanup didn't start until the next day. The park was okay but we felt it was overpriced and will look for an alternative the next time we're in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Shore services are good. We stayed in a pull through with no sewer, but used the dump on the way out. This campground is very large and sites are very close. We did have enough room to park the truck on the site. There was enough room to put out the awning and slides. The road into the park is full of pot holes so you should go slow. The road to the sites are very narrow, but these were pull through and really didn't need any extra room. It is in town so it is easy to get to a number of businesses. Price was decent for a KOA. We normally stay in a different campground about 5 miles west, but the campgrounds in Missoula were very busy this time. They have a very nice dog park with good grass and plenty of room to run around. DirecTV Satellite is accessible. We would stay here if the other campgrounds were full but feel this campground sites are real close together. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stay here often and found on our last stay in late June that the grass was in terrible, dry condition. It is usually green and pretty. On this stay, we find they are addressing the problem, and the park is looking better. This KOA has any number of choices for the type of site you want, and is very convenient to shopping of any sort. We feel better about staying again now that it's looking better. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The road leading into the park is in need of repair. The sites are close together and are level. The KOA store is well stocked. The staff is friendly and helpful. Plenty of shopping within a mile for just about anything. The Wi-Fi never did connect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here on a mid-July weekend. This continues to be our RV park of choice in the area. It is a large, full service (FHU, 70+ channel cable TV, at site WIFI, a swimming pool, and a cafe). It is definitely a destination park for many locals looking for a weekend getaway with the family. We had a level, pull-through FHU site with the aforementioned cable and WIFI. The park also has around 16 cabins and about 3 dozen tent sites. These are clustered in the center of the park. Roads and most sites are gravel, but some sites do have cement pads. The park is heavily treed, but there are some sites that are satellite friendly. Be sure to ask if satellite reception is important to you. Most sites are FHU, but some are only W&E. Yes, there is also a trailer park at the far end of the KOA. I saw no sign that it caused any problems for the RV customers. There is almost any kind of store you might need for shopping and plenty of fast food within a mile of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a huge park, with something for everyone. Courteous and friendly welcome. Lead to site. Many more amenities than we need, so expensive for our taste. Very clean laundry room with many machines, necessary for so many users, which includes park models. A good walk to carry bags. Showers were also clean. Utilities were well placed and worked properly. Nice shade and level spot. A short walk to strip center with several choices for restaurants. We liked the Korean sushi. Not a place we would chose again, even though there was nothing really wrong with it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I’m not much on big commercial RV Parks, but sometimes it’s necessary. The park is well maintained and very clean. It provided all amenities such as laundry, pool, etc. The sites are small, gravel and level (typical for large commercial parks). Our awning was within 6 ft of the RV next to us. It is a dog friendly park, with two dog parks. The park provides 50 plus cable TV channels. Their internet was reasonably fast. Our Version cell signal was 3 bars (4G). The restrooms and showers were maintained, heated and clean. The park is located near major shopping and has easy access to downtown Missoula. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just stopped here for one night and this park is OK for that. Staff is very nice and accommodating. They apparently put the overnighters in the front rows so closest to the (busy) street which was pretty noisy at night. Sites are long enough to leave the car attached, but very narrow as are the roads. Since we were just staying the one night we didn't bother with the awning, but don't know that we'd have had enough room to open it anyway. Kind of an odd traffic pattern, too. Two way streets when there is barely enough room for one rig. Internet is good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a difficult time getting a rate from this location. We chose this KOA because it was right in the middle of town. We eventually received our rate from the manager which included a discount for a hospital stay that I was to be in town for. However, in order to receive that rate, I was asked to provide a copy of my Surgery Report. They do have nice sites, mature trees, and level lots. Due to the reservations of specific spots we were going to have to move several times during our stay if we stayed long term as intended. So, we made the decision to look elsewhere for the long term stay because we had no interest in moving the RV every couple of weeks. I would probably give it another try if I was pulling through again. I would definitely call in advance for a reservation though. The convenience of the location is just too hard to pass up and if you are going to be in town for a medical procedure and can provide documentation, they work closely with the hospital to give medical rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.
These folks were very helpful with our special need to arrive at 1AM. We needed water hook-up. Since most of the park had already been closed and "drained," they put us in a "permanent" site. Since we were conducting an event in town the next night and wanted to move-on to reduce our below-freezing nights, they let us depart at 10PM without paying for the night. Wi-Fi was strong. Verizon service was great. We used the uni-sex handicap bathrooms in the Activity Building and they were 9 of 10. We would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A large park but there were a number of sites for big rigs. Quiet enough, considering the size and location. Lots to see and do in the area. Office folks were very helpful. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many, many times and just really like this funky RV park. It's always spotless, the office folks are fun and accommodating, the trees are huge and provide wonderful shade in the summer, the pool is clean, and you can reserve just about any kind of site you desire: from tents to fancy sites with fire pits, concrete patios and swings, and everything in between. It's close to just about any shopping experience you want to have and is very quiet at night. The airport is not too far away, so there is some plane traffic; but not late at night and unobtrusive during the day. Our dog loves the pet areas which are always clean and grassy. The WiFi is free and cable TV has just about any channel you could want. All in all, it's one of our favorite stops in our 5 months of summer travel. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
What's with KOAs? They always seem to be too busy to keep restrooms up with the human traffic going through them. This park was nice; however, noisy. Near highway. We have decided that we need to avoid KOAs moving forward. 3 times on this trip. 3 times pricey for what you get. Truly suited to the family that wants to be charged for every amenity and needs a place to "dump the kids" for others to look after. With that said, this park appeared clean. Staff was tired but friendly. Just not our cup of tea. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The Missoula KOA was decent; thankfully the price wasn't too high. The spot we had had absolutely no shade, just a little dead tree stump. Luckily, the spot was pretty big. The pool was quite nice, but the pool manager was crabby and didn't want anyone having fun. The dog walk area was nicely shaded and had a little bench to sit to watch your dogs play. Our spot was right across from mobile homes right in the park, and there was traffic all the time, even late at night. We would probably not reccomend or stay again, other than a quick overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is very near the newer part of downtown Missoula and just off a main road. Our gravel paved site could have used some raking since it was covered with tree debris and some smaller trash bits. Our site was located right along the main road through the campground. The road is used by the permanent residents to enter and exit the park and has heavy traffic in the commuter hours and is somewhat noisy. The staff was friendly and the site featured a large laundry and on site inexpensive breakfast cafe. Had our site been located away from the main road we probably would have felt more comfortable. However, because of our location we could only rate this park a seven out of ten and felt it was a little expensive for the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This KOA is located near shopping centers and within a trailer park. While some may not like this, we did not mind. The sites are a bit close together and there were no fire pits, but we were mostly out exploring all day anyway. There is a pool, nice dog areas and nice playground. They offer a good all you can eat breakfast for $7.95, with the coupon you buy one get one free. There is a lot to do in Missoula: farmers market, fly fishing, hiking, biking, rafting, Smokejumper center, visiting the breweries. So the KOA is convenient to all these things. Office staff was very helpful. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is near I-90, malls and restaurants. Layout of the campground is a bit funky. You pull down the road and check in. In most cases you will have to go through the campground, turn yourself around and go back to where they put day campers. Campground looks a bit tired. Would use if traveling through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
An attractive park in an urban setting, very family oriented, friendly and helpful staff. A number of extras like an ice cream social, breakfast buffet, swimming pool, and several fenced-in dog runs. The deluxe pull-through sites were very long and had an adjoining parking place for the tow. Lots of shade trees. A pleasant destination park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a great place to stay after the previous night at a Good Sam park a few miles up the road. The staff was friendly and you could wash your unit at no extra cost. Would go back again. Also very pet friendly as this is important for us with a dog. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice clean park near shopping and the interstate. Roomy sites and good hookups. Tall mature trees for shade, level sites, clean restrooms and showers. Laundry was clean and reasonably priced. I would have rated it higher if one of the restroom buildings had been open, but as the main one by the office was open and virtually unused most of the time, it was adequate for the time of year before the summer rush. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A well used very large KOA. All park roads are paved and the sites are all level and gravel with a little grass. Had a well stocked store and laundry was large. Everything was good overall and we would stay here again. The staff was very nice and keep things moving as many were checking in due to the size of the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large park that is part of a mobile home park. The sites are reasonably spaced apart. There are some deluxe sites that have concrete patios and grass and BBQ grills. The rest are gravel with some semblance of mowed grass/weeds. Large laundry facility. Airport provides a lot of noise in the morning and early evening. School buses go through parts of the park each day for service. Convenient to Costco, Wal-Mart, REI, and other shopping. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you like crowds and noise this is the park for you. Much more kid oriented than adult. Lots of permanent trailers - mobile homes - not park models surrounding this RV park. This park has a pool, plus two hot tubs. There is a ice cream social every day. There are a special type of trike for kids to ride. Tents are also allowed in this park and when we were there there were a lot of tent people. Hundreds. We also had some problems with dog noise. We reported the problem to the people in charge of the park and they did not do anything about it. All that said and if you have kids your rating of this park might be higher. This is also in a busy part of town. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice location, close in to town. Sites were a little small, but manageable. Lots of shade, and a friendly staff. We would certainly consider staying here on the next trip through the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very large KOA. Our site was in direct sun; there are many sites with trees. If we stayed more than one night I would have required a site with trees. Park was very crowded; however it was quiet after 10. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Extremely nice staff, very helpful and courteous. Very well set up for dogs with 3 different fenced in dog runs! Within walking distance to a lot of stores and restaurants and services, which was very convenient for us. Nice shade from big trees, which are trimmed up so even the biggest rigs have no problems with overhanging branches. They offer a nice breakfast buffet each morning and ice cream in the evening (for a fee, of course). I have only 2 small complaints: the sites are a bit close together, and the bathrooms in the middle of the park are smallish. However, there are bigger bathrooms/showers by the office. Great pool and play area for the kids, if you have young ones. We really enjoyed our stay in Missoula! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is in town, which is convenient for folks who need to shop, a tad noisy, but not bothersome. It's a large park, nicely run, tidy, VERY pet friendly and considerate. The sites are on the smaller side, the roads a bit tight, but it's all level and easy and efficient. We stayed 2 nights and were comfortable. There are trees and grassy sites. Great staff; very friendly; all the amenities you could possibly want. Busy for our taste but wonderful for a stopover. Ask for an end site if you don't like other rigs breathing down your neck. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Located in the town of Missoula adjacent to a nearby trailer park. Note: If you are in a big rig, do not use the trailer park entrance if possible. It is really tight. Hot tub was not clean. Pool was not available during our stay. Staff was friendly and helpful. Nicely treed and grassed. The campground was quite empty during our stay. It was a little noisy with the school bus depot adjacent to our site. The dog run and play parks were clean. Laundry area was clean. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for six weeks and fell in love with both the CG and the city. Everything was perfectly done and all needs not on-site were nearby. Staff, with one exception, was excellent. The exception, a perennial workcamper, promised to help me after surgery and failed to do so. Office and shop were open long hours. Mail handled beautifully. We hated to leave, but new destinations beckoned. We used both mobile and offsite RV repair services with A-1 results. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well maintained and clean park. Excellent WiFi. Huge laundry with 15 washers. Sites level. 15 minutes from everything in Missoula. Rate reflects medical discount. 3 dog parks. Friendly staff. We were here for 6 weeks and everyday was a good experience. I would highly recommend this park, especially for a long term stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at the Missoula KOA for 2 days in mid May and again on our way back through about 10 days later. We really enjoyed this campground. As you see the prices were very reasonable due to giving us a Veterans' discount. Management is very nice. The store is well stocked. The campground main roads are asphalt and the sites are gravel. No problems with level sites though we did think it was a little close to make turns into the sites while avoiding the trees. The trees are trimmed but still could cause problems if you misjudge turning into a site. Guess that's the price of shade trees Campground is real close to a small mall: ask for the shortcut instructions! Laundry, showers and baths were well maintained. We would be happy to return if we go that way again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This KOA Park is surrounded by a mobile home park. Very junky looking. Asked for a roof top satellite friendly site and they put us in a site with a very large tree that covered our roof area completely. They then moved us to a site that worked. Gravel sites with grass. Fairly tight to maneuver with a 34' 5th wheel. Overall one of the least favorite KOA's I have stayed at.. Would not stay here again We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed there on an internet special rate at $26.00 per night. We had stayed there a year earlier for the University of Montana Homecoming game and came back again for this year's game as well. The location is great with an easy drive to the campus as well as an abundance of nearby shopping. COSTCO and Wall-Mart are just a few blocks away. They have Wi-Fi and Cable TV. As with most KOA's they have a pool, hot tub, miniature golf and a play area for kids. We plan on returning for next year's homecoming game as well. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the biggest and best KOAs we've stayed in, despite the fact that it is mostly a parking lot. The proximity to good shopping -- everything from Costco to crafts -- and nice walking trails gives it high marks. The sites were big and wide. The facilities were clean. The Verizon coverage was great. And, there were plenty of the amenities our kids prefer. If you want the walking trails, head downtown to the UoM area, where the trails follow the river. If you want good restaurants, there are plenty within walking distance of the RV park. Do NOT expect nature at this KOA or you will be keenly disappointed. We stayed one night and would stay again if we needed to reprovisioning for Yellowstone! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Location is great. Lots of great restaurants are close. Has a nice pool. Friendly staff at check-in. We stayed here because of RV repair needed in Missoula. We actually had reservations in Cheney, WA. We're very disappointed that KOA campgrounds have gotten so expensive for what you get. Lots here are very narrow. It rained and we had to walk in ankle deep water from the car to the motorhome. We've stayed in extremely nice campgrounds for $25-$30 a night. We won't stay in a KOA unless there are no other options. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camp here most trips at the beginning and end of our travels. This is a wonderful, clean, reasonably spacious and tree-filled park. Easy access to all sites, no problems with slideouts. Has a very friendly staff. Awesome WiFi. Can download files and stream Pandora! Even a paper on the picnic table in the mornings. A couple of blocks away from Costco for cheap gas, and not far from the freeway. Even so, it's quiet and very much not an urban feel. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice amenities, level sites, though they are quite narrow. Go slow when exiting. We stayed 2 nights and the WI-FI never worked. The staff kept promising to take care of it but never did. It was crowded and there were a lot of kids. We would not stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our third summer in a row staying here at least once for two days. I was going to pass on re-reviewing the park but it has gotten some lame reviews recently (I am submitting this after at least one mediocre August review posted). Once again this park met my needs: FHU, cable TV, at site WiFi, and a pool (which was busy the entire hot weekend). Recent reviews mention speed bumps, having to drive slow, and lots of kids. I guess those are considered negative points for those who don't feel safety and kids are good things. Additionally, I have always considered the site size here to be above average, so I don't see the "closeness" issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best KOA I have seen to date. Go slow, as there are lots of small kids on small bicycles. They just do not look and they are below your view when driving. Staff was very friendly, lots of people working on the plants and such. The dump station is a bit of an oddity, you have to be going out to get to it, which means driving around the park, then blocking a driveway to use it. My pet peeve is that they do not allow flushing the water line to help clean your tanks. There is a short hose to use in case of a spill, but at the prices we are paying, use of water to help flush our tanks would be nice. (They did not have a sewer site available for us.) WiFi was great, we were able to get on all the time, so that alone is a 10 in my book, most of these only pay for half the connections they really need. A great idea would be free WiFi, but then a second WiFi that a user could pay to use and have a good fast connection for those of us who need it and are willing to pay for it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
By necessity we stayed here 1 night for repair work on our MH. The sites are really tight and I think the place is way overpriced for what you get. Lots of speed bumps; but the staff was very friendly and helpful. If you don't mind looking at your neighbor a couple feet away and still pay $40, then this is the place for you. We won't be back if we can help it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First things first, follow the signs to this KOA, not your GPS. You will end up in an alley that is not too appealing. This KOA is off the main drag in Missoula. It is also surrounded by mobile homes. This is a little odd, but it is a good campground to stay in. The staff is nice and helpful. The facilities are a little dated, but the staff works to keep them nice. And talk about staff, they were everywhere working on this place. This is the most employees I have ever seen at a KOA (little ants running around). Sites were level and all hookups available. I did not have to unhook the tow vehicle and was not looking at the neighbors septic line. Store looked well stocked. Pool was nice for the kids and they let the adults have an extra half hour alone in the pool. Campground was within walking distance of stores. Being in a mobile home park setting was a little odd, but I would stay here again if I were in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. Interior roads are paved. Sites are level gravel with shade trees and grass islands. 50A full hookups were flawless. Wi-Fi was faster and more 100% reliable over 8 days. Pool, hot tub, showers and bathrooms were spotless. I generally don't care for KOA's and tend to avoid them. But this one is nice. The location is great. All the shopping you want is across the street. There are plenty of places to walk on sidewalks or ride your bike. It even has 3 fenced dog parks right in the KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great location, on a bus route, near stores/restaurants. Sites can be small, only some have fire pits (tent sites and deluxe/premium sites), and bracelets needed to use the pool/hot tub/game room. The planes didn't bother me at all (it's actually quiet for a KOA). Nice people. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is located right in town off of a main street. It is also a trailer park. You need to have bracelets to do anything. It has very small spots that do not allow fires. I would not stay here again. Not kid friendly. Planes fly over as it is close to the airport We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very pleasant people at check in, and there it ends! I guess the best thing about this campground is its amenities for kids. Thank god we only spent one night here. The sites are narrow, the WiFi is non existent and the staff feign surprise and "no computer knowledge" if you ask them about it. Also, they apparently have a problem with gangs of teenagers stealing beer coolers after dark, or so we were warned by the staff. We felt it was what we imagine camping on a busy street corner in any city USA would be like. Avoid this place unless you are desperate. No recommendation from me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground felt as if you were in a residential trailer park and spaces were a little close together but well shaded and nice green grass. Miniature golf was very mini and pool was on the small side. Good for a place to park for a night but wouldn't consider as a vacation destination. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really enjoyed our short stay at this campground. The pool and hot tubs are sparkling clean and well managed, so that both children and adults can have a good time using them. There is plenty of shade and grass, very good WiFi coverage and some great views of the foothills. Although the campground is just 2 blocks off a main street with many restaurants and services, it is very quiet. I wish we had planned to stay here longer. It is just great. We will be back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The campground was nice enough, the staff was great, but the downside is the number of permanent residents. The manufactured houses along the edges are one thing, but the number of "obvious" permanent residents put us off. That being said, we would probably stay here again if in the area, although an hour either way would be an option. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park each way on our trip. The staff was very helpful and friendly with our site accommodations. The store carries many food and gift items: a good selection. Nice hot tub, pool, and good shower/restroom facilities. The park is within a short walking distance to restaurants and a mall. Use the instructions from the KOA guide or ask for instructions because GPS can route you through the back of the park which is very difficult to negotiate with a large rig. Would definitely use this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There really isn't anything that you can say bad about this place. It is close to town but very quiet. There is shopping two blocks away. They have a pool, hot tub, cafe, game room, mini-golf, Wi-Fi is very strong and fast and cable TV worked fine. The gardens (and there are a lot of flowers) are constantly attended. The help was helpful and knowledgeable. I stayed 3 days and would definitely do it again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A really nice KOA with a lot going on. Near all kinds of shopping. We stayed in a Premium site which had concrete patio, was wider than the standard site, had a swing, a fire pit and was really quite nice. A little occasional road noise but not a bother. The staff was extremely helpful and obviously enjoyed their work. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an exceptional KOA in that you get your money's worth. Large sites with trees and grass, convenience to shopping, and extensive facilities, including an on-site breakfast cafe make this a worthwhile stay. Although close to the main highway, it's quiet and dark at night (once the kids get tucked in) and the landscaping maintenance is noteworthy. The free Wi-Fi worked well, and the cable TV was very good. You can't do better in the Missoula area. We'll stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice, shady, clean KOA with many pull through sites. We like it's proximity to shopping and the fact that it's very quiet. We're not normally KOA fans; but this park is the exception. There is very friendly staff and we had a nice stay. We've stayed here before; and we will again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have not much to add to positive comments of recent reviews. We have stayed here before and have always found it to be a great place to relax and do some stocking up at the nearby stores. Everything you need in an RV park is available and the anything else you need is within a mile. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a urban location very close to shopping. This is an older location that has been well cared for and made up of many pull throughs. Very helpful staff who help me during a mechanical problem on my rig. Can not say enough good about staff. There are mobile homes and seasonal sites but do not be shocked. Very well maintained and a very nice pool area. Very busy location. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Selected campground for its location - very convenient to downtown, shopping, etc. Sites are narrow and rigs are close together. There are some older, permanent units that do not look nice and should be removed. The pool and playgrounds for the kids looked very nice. There are two grassy, clean dog parks. Hookups and WIFI were fine. Try to get a shaded spot in the summer - many are in full sun. Campground is well-maintained. There is an ice cream social in the evenings and a breakfast buffet in the mornings. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed 2 nights. The cost was very high for what you get,but the only spots that had fire rings were $50 a night. The kids really wanted to roast marshmallows se we "splurged" for the premium sites. Overall the campground was decent,but had more than a few permanant type residents. Some of their trailers were disgusting. Run down,ratty,wrecks that needed to be in the wrecking yard. We were warned not to leave anything of value out as they had a theft problem at the campground. The pool was very clean and well supervised. When they finish the remodel of some of their sites it could be a very nice park. Kicking out the riff-raff wouldn't hurt either. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Good sized park, close to town but quiet. They are upgrading some of the sites to "super" sites, but I'm not sure they are worth it. Hookups worked fine, WiFi was a little hit and miss. Not a resort, but we did stay a while and thought it was nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Overall very nice park and centrally located in Missoula. 2 good playgrounds for the kids, good water & power hookups. Sites also have 2 sewer hookups which is also a plus. Only drawback was the laundry was only open during office hours (8a-8p), so if you arrive late in the evening you can't do the laundry. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park, love those premium sites. Not a quiet park as they have a school bus barn on premises. Also I had to drive thru a water sprinkler to leave. Great price on firewood. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fine campground to stay in, there are a lot of site choices with pricing that varies. We were given a site in row D that was a 30 amp site. The next site to us was a 50 amp and the sites in row E were twice as wide. Just ask (or specify) what you want, they'll probably have it. The pool is seasonal and closes 9/15. There is a game room, mini golf and gift shop. Very nice place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Although we seldom stay at KOAs as fulltimers, this park rates high on our list of places to stay. Right in Missoula and close to shopping, the park has easy access, big rig sites, and shade and green grass. Lots of activities for the family. Cable and WiFi were free and worked well. A huge staff of yellow-shirted workampers were everywhere, and the landscaping and condition of the park showed. Would be a 10 if it had paved pads; we were there during the rain and it was a bit muddy. We'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here twice on this trip - 2 days in late July and 3 days in late August. For us, it's proximity to shopping (Super Wal-mart, Best Buy, Albertsons) and numerous restaurants (sit down and fast food) makes this a good park for a multi-day stay. This is a fairly large park with a mix of seasonals, overnighters, tenters, RVs, tenters, and motorcyclists. During the summer, this is not a park for those who want a quite park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Park, and Great employees. Beautiful Park, Lot's of trees. Flowers are Beautiful and well cared for. Staff seem to go out of there way to help when you need it. Will definitely come back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rain rain go away. We stayed here for a week in late May and it rained every day. Pretty nice park. We stayed here because of a "Hot Deal" they had on their website. $21 a night is a good value for a park with all amenities. Wi-Fi worked good and Verizon worked good. School was still in session and this park has a bus barn on premises. They were a little noisy and raced thru the park on the way in to the barn. Good laundry facilities. Store with good selection of RV supplies and Montana gifts. Staff very helpful. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here for 15 nights in a 5th wheel. Everything went very well for us here. The campground is within walking distance to shopping. All services they provided worked well, except the wifi worked about 80% of the time. We had a shady site not too far from the pet area. The next time we visit the area, we will stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed two nights in a premium site. Swing, fire pit and concrete patio. Premium sites are next to dog run, trash dumpster, and playground?? Trash truck comes at 530 AM. Premium Site over priced. Stayed in nicer sites for less money. Small cafe in park for breakfast and ice cream. Staff here is wonderful and friendly. Flowers boxes were very pretty. WiFi worked good! Morning newspaper nice touch. We will stay here again but only because of location. If you want to stay for a few days, go for Jim and Mary's! Also be sure and visit the Smoke Jumper facility at the Missoula Airport. Very worthwhile. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have stayed at much better KOA parks. The spots were too close to each other and there were narrow roads between the rows. They had a very small pool for the size of the park. There was a nice store and cafe. The staff was very friendly and helped us get a spot at the last minute. We had to find a spot while waiting for repair part for our RV.The entrance to the park is very congested. We will try another park the next time we are in town. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first visit to a KOA and we were pleased with this campground. The streets are paved, which reduces dust, and the sites are well shaded. They have a pancake breakfast and an evening ice cream social, neither of which we took advantage of. The pool is small, but was adequate to cool us down on a 101 degree day. The campground store sells limited food items and souvenirs. The campground is located right off a busy commercial strip, so there is a fair amount of traffic noise, but the campground itself was very quiet. Stores nearby include Target, Lowes, and a Super Wal-Mart. There is easy access off I-90, but Reserve Road carries a lot of traffic and the stop lights seemed to last forever. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Nice park with lots of shade. There are 2 hots tubs and a pool. We used the hot tubs every night and it was a great place to hang and chat with the other campers. Typically game room and bicycle rentals for the kids. They have breakfast and ice cream socials every day. There is also small KOA store with groceries/beer/shirts/etc. Wal-Mart is just a couple of miles down the road. Montana's largest RV dealer is within a mile. The main road, Reserve St., is very busy and the traffic lights take forever, but there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance from the KOA. Wifi access only worked about 40% of the time which was very frustrating, I would have been very upset if it weren't included in the overnight rate. The weekly rate is a bargain for a KOA with these amenities now a days. There are so many things to do in Missoula and the surrounding area we could have easily spent two weeks here. Make sure you go to the visitor center located on the far side of town. They have information on hiking and biking and all the numerous things to do right in Missoula. I would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed over 1 night while traveling through. Nice, quiet CG, friendly staff. There was a newspaper left on every picnic table the next morning which we thought was a nice service. We saw the local police drive through CG twice. CG is next to a mobile home park which we thought might be a problem with noise but all was fine. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground was very full while we were here. Still, it met our needs. I was also concerned with the mobile home park that adjoins the campground, but there were no problems. Pool/hottub were good. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean pool and hot tub. Good location. Staff nice, and they knew where the Osprey
baseball team play, which is a plus to me. Worth the stop in a beautiful neck of the woods. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Great camp ground. Nice and clean! wonderful play ground for the kids with a petting area. Cute baby goats, llama's, ducks, donkeys, sheep. Very cool! Everything was super clean, with friendly staff. We camped here in a camper.
We stayed here for 1 week. Easy access to get to the camp and to park when you get there. We don't have kids so the name of the park scared us since it implies that they cater to kids. While they have a nice play area for kids, miniature golf, and other things for kids it was not over the top on the Jellystone theme. Bathrooms were very clean. Cable was great, WiFi was not very steady, but it was workable most days. Very nice park overall. We would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Fine RV park. Fantastic campground hosts. This place is likely awesome for families with young kids. In peak season I'd bet it's crowded. In mid-May, it was quiet, calm, and peaceful. Sewer connection at back of lot, so it's a stretch for some coaches. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park, well-maintained. I couldn't personally access the internet with their Wi-Fi but we did have phone service. We didn't use the cable that was available. I also didn't use the laundry facilities - we were here only 1 night. It's obviously very family-oriented so I don't think I'd want to stay there during summer time, but it wasn't bad when we were there. We would consider staying here again, depending on the time of year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only reason we were here was because we could not get in at another RV park across the road. However, the campground is very clean and the staff is extremely friendly. The sites are wide with grass, picnic table and a 20' pine tree between each site. Our was full enough to provide shade to sit outside during the day, but some of the sites had slender trees that did not provide much shade. The cable was good, but the WI-FI was only good for two days and the first day is was very slow. The electric and water hookups are in the correct locations, about 1/4 way up on the left side, but the sewer connection is at the far rear of the site. So you'd better have some extra sewer hose if you use the full-hookup. The pool was a reasonable size and very clean and they have a covered pavilion that was large and clean with picnic tables if you wanted to have a group meeting or dinner. It is far enough from the highway so there is no road noise that I could hear. I would stay here again if I could not get into the RV park across the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The seven rating is based on the fact that we were in the "overflow" sites with Water and Power only. This is due to the fact that I forgot to call early enough to get a larger site. These Power and Water only spaces are very narrow in this portion of the park. We couldn't put out our awning because of the pine tree 5 feet away from our trailer. The other sites were very generous in size as some very large motor homes were parked. We were a little hesitant to book here due to it being an attractive park for kids with the Yogi Bear theme and all, but we only saw about 20 kids in the park and they were mostly with their grandparents. Grandparents demand more order from kids than parents do. The Wi-Fi system allows you 2 days of use for free, then you need to pay for additional days. The Wi-Fi signal was very strong, but the internet connection was hard to stay connected to, since I think some campers were downloading internet movies tying up the bandwidth. I'm finding this more and more in RV parks. We would stay here again, but I would call earlier for reservations. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Found one of the last two spaces in Missoula during Sturgis and Testy Festy. This park is a gem with wide spaces, grassy areas, and good WiFi. Didn't use the pool but it looked nice. Plenty of space to walk the dog. I would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was great for us for a 4 night stay. We have two young kids and have stayed at another Jellystone park so we knew that these campgrounds cater to children. I only gave a 8 out of 10 because there could be a few improvements. The mini golf course was run down as others have said, but many people used and enjoyed it anyway. The grounds themselves are kept up nicely. We had no issues with any other campers. The staff was helpful and nice. They have everything you could need here for a short stay. The laundry room could be double in capacity. Four units for the number of people here is not sufficient. Anyway, we wold stay here again, no doubt! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We only stayed here overnight as we had to get our 5th wheeler brakes fixed. Our site was very uneven and had big wheel ruts down the side. The name certainly doesn't fit the park - there are very few trees but there is a big Yogi Bear statue at the entrance of the camp ground. They also have tractor rides every afternoon. Great for the kids. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park gravel sites that are not all that level. Nice pool and OK showers. They were nice and clean but no great shakes. Yogi rides around in a wagon about 7-8 pm. It's pretty quiet and clean and has some nice little grassland walks around the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
No shade. Too hot during the day. Two day free trial for Wi-Fi internet access then you have to pay or do without. Expensive washer and dryers that don't work well. Putt Putt golf course and roads are in need of repair. This park is OK if you don't stay for awhile. I think it's too expensive for what you get. Stayed here because the other camp was full. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had been here before, years ago. The park has been a little neglected, the roads are very bumpy, and need re-paving. The sites are narrow, but fairly level, small trees. Wi-Fi is for 2 days only, and weak in spots. Some rides and activities for kids. Overall an OK park, but could be better. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was chosen since the KOA was full. Overall, we were not impressed, but it did the job. The mini golf course was in need of repair and also needed a little attention. The store was minimally stocked, except there were plenty of Yogi Bear items for sale. We have kids and the ice cream social, basically an employee selling a small scoop of ice cream under the pavilion, left much to be desired as well as the hay ride. What mostly soured us were the other longer term campers that seemed annoyed by the few kids that were at the facilities. At least for the weekend we stayed, it was not the best experience. Not saying it will be bad for others, but hopefully this was a rare situation due to other campers creating a poor environment. There is a very nice and open pet area and the airport gas stations, a few miles east of the park, were wide open and easy to get in and out. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We choose to return to this park each time we're in Missoula because the spaces aren't crammed with trees that impede an easy in and out route. Our slip showed site assigned & changed more than once, but I can't complain about the site we were finally settled in, a corner site (although our windshield view was of the dump station and the Dumpsters). Only one issue: my handwritten receipt reflected our full name, address, ph#, credit card number including exp. date. For security purposes, I thought this practice was discontinued a long time ago. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park is easy on/off from I-90. We used blocks to level on a gravel pad. Nice, green and lush grass throughout park. Kids will love this place. Pool, miniature golf and a playground are available. There is also a pavilion with picnic tables. There is an area to walk the dogs. We had to unhook our tow vehicle to get out of the road in our pull through site. Park is within 5-6 miles of Missoula that has a lot of the major stores. You can fuel up at one of the two large gas stations located within 1/4 mile of the park. Park was quiet and we didn't hear any road noise at night. Only negative for us was the WiFi. It's free for the first two days and after that $4.00 per day. We couldn't stay connected more than a few seconds at a time. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here starting in May and won't be leaving until mid-September. The park is open from May to October. They have overnight spots, long-term spots, cabins, and tent camping. They are extremely family friendly, including your fur family. The registration process is a breeze and the sites are level. You can choose a site with cable, we did not. Internet is available for 48 hours free and then you can pay daily, weekly, or monthly for the service. There is the cutest little store there and it is stocked really well. The owner of the park gave us the grand tour when we got there and the workers are so friendly. The park really fills up most nights and yet it is still so quiet here! It's just lovely. They have very clean restroom and shower facilities and since there is a code to enter, they feel so safe too. They have wagon rides for the children every night, plus Yogi Bear actually walks around most evenings for a couple of hours. There are also frequent ice-cream socials and you can get huckleberry. As a matter of fact, they have a full huckleberry line in the store...syrup and everything. They also have a rock station which is my favorite place! The park is filled with birds too, which is so cool to watch if you are there at the start of the season when the babies are learning to fly. I absolutely have enjoyed being here so much! We will definitely be back next year! I highly recommend this park to anyone wanting to enjoy Montana for the summer months! Missoula is full of plenty of things to do too! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 3 days to tour in the Missoula area. This is a nice park and services are close by. We did not use the pool so cannot comment on it. We would stay again if in the area We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 5 times last 10 years. Park is beginning to show signs of owner neglect. The heated pool was uncomfortably cold and the water cloudy. Kids pool was abandoned and in need of repair. Water toys around the pool were broken. Roads in park need repair. Park no longer rates a $40 per night charge. Just not the same place it used to be. Sorry! Far from a dump but not the pristine place of past days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived without a reservation and found the park staff to be very accommodating and friendly. The RV sites are as advertised. Ours was a gravel site, approximately 20 feet wide that easily accommodated our 5th wheel trailer with 3-slideouts. The site also has a grass area the full length of the site and approximately 20 feet wide. The only shade is from a single fire tree at each site. A wood picnic table is included. Most of the sites are not exactly level but with a good set of leveling blocks and a little work it was not a problem. Electric and water connections are convenient for hook-up but the sewer connection is located at the very back of the site and depending on the site, the connection may be uphill from the sewer discharge on the rig. We dumped our black / gray tanks on the last day of our stay. The bathrooms are up-to-date with newer fixtures and floor tile. Each bathroom had four sinks and four showers, including handicap facilities. The bathrooms were very clean. The park laundry room is clean. The four washing machines and six dryers are somewhat old. Trash dumpsters / barrels are located within a short walking distance from most sites. A very long pet walk at the south side of the park meanders up a grassy hill to a bench that overlooks the park. The park is fairly quiet. Interstate 90 is approximately .5 miles away and an airport is approximately 4.5 miles away. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Made reservations two months in advance for full hook up pull through site. Received a back in, water and electric only site with no apology, for the same rate. Staff unfriendly. Promised activities for kids never materialized. Dry, dusty, small spaces with little shade. Noisy. No staff visible most of the time. One of the worst RV experiences we have ever had. Our ten year old twins were extremely disappointed. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
How you can rate this park higher than 6 is beyond me. Sites are way shorter than advertised and not level at all. We asked for a site long enough for our 61' at time of reservation, we got a site about 45' long, then were moved to another a little longer site, but with the sewer connection at the very end (and uphill). Without unhooking we would have to use three sewer hoses. We were not ready to pay $40 for this and left. BTW they have a dump station, but it is to the right. Who designed such a campground and they call themselves one of the 50 top US campgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have enjoyed two days here. All systems worked as expected and when a problem developed with the cable, they were right on it. Restrooms, showers and laundry were very clean. There is very little highway noise, certainly not bothersome. Staff was friendly and helpful and we would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The RV park just up the road was full, so we tried this one. They had lots of room here and were very nice at the desk. The pool is attached to the office and there were lots of unsupervised kids roughhousing there. They allow kids 10 and over to swim without adults. The bathrooms were clean. The Wi-Fi worked great: we got 5 bars and 3G of AT&T here. They have 50 amp service but very few/small trees for shade. They had an ice cream social with huckleberry ice cream! A good, one night stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a park that touts itself for 'award winning 'this-and-that' I just didn't see it. A lot of sites (including ours) were not close to being level. Both ours and our travel partners RVs had to drive up on levelers. The pool was cold, dirty (saw a bandage floating in it), and cloudy from lack of chlorine/balanced chemicals. Picnic table was beat up. Rest room was not stocked with paper in the morning I tried to use it. Also, although not oppressive, we could hear road noise from the interstate and Hwy 93; same with jet noise from the Missoula airport. Some of the staff was friendly, some were a touch on the rude side. Be aware, it can be very hot in Missoula; it was 100 degrees when we got there. Although it wasn't a horrific overnight, it was not worth the $ they charge and there's really no excuse to have to use levelers in an "award winning" RV park. We would most definitely look for another alternative if we had to stay in that area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground was outstanding. One of the best stops we had. Everything spotless. Great host. If passing through, great for a over night. Right off freeway. If you stop, check out the smoke jumpers facility. ITS FREE. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Well maintained park. Easy on off freeways, did not hear traffic noise when all windows on our coach closed. We did hear the occasional train whistle during the day which came from across freeway. Interior roads are blacktop. Sites are gravel with grass patio areas. Electricity was good. Water pressure fine. Sewer good. But all sites are set up for 5th wheel sewers connections at the back of sites. We had to used two connecting sewer hose's. The Wi-Fi is good , BUT it's only free for 48 hrs. After that it's $4 daily. The staff were pleasant & helpful. Sites are pull-throughs with a total length of 60 ft. We unhooked our tow vehicle from our 45 ft coach and were able to park second vehicle across front of our site. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
For a highly rated park, we were not as impressed as many of the past who've stayed here. We arrived and asked for a good level site, as we were having a mechanical problem with our landing gear. We were given a site touted as the most level. Not so. We requested a different site, which was already occupied and finally a third site which was still not very level. The maintenance of the grounds appeared left untouched for a time, likely due to the pending end of the season closure. The store and office were nice and kept in good order. The sites were narrow and not the most level around. We stayed 3 nights and would likely not return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park advertises itself as, "The best rated park in Montana." It very well may have been at one time, but not any longer. Dirt interior roads, highway noise, gravel sites, grass pretty well not green. The staff was friendly at check-in. We probably would stay elsewhere next trip through. In their defense, it was later in the season and appears that the park is well used. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The name means overpriced for us. It was the only place in the area with space. At $38.50 for a gravel ( not close to being level pad in all directions) plus the septic was higher then the pad, not good. The woman if the office was great, gave us a site and off we went. The problem was I could not level my trailer, unless I unhooked and did some serious blocking. The septic was not reachable and uphill. I was given another site, happy with that. Planned on spending a couple of days in the area, but it was hot, the price too much for what we use so we moved on. The price was close to the other park we went to and we would stay here again if we had to. The facility was clean and staff helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a Good Sam rate less a Good Sam $5 coupon. We were very disappointed in this park. We had stayed across the street last year but now have a roof top satellite which we did not feel we could use there. We chose this more open Jellystone Park for that reason. The interior roads are in horrible condition, the sites are not very level, and some of the RVs and toads barely fit. It appears that the owner must not be on site and there is very little pride of ownership at this park. If in the area again we would not stay here, even if it means not having satellite, we would stay across the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a better than average camp, but is mainly designed for families. It is clean, but sites need to be about 5-10' longer for big rigs and more level. There is nice spacing between. Trees are young, so little shade is available. But in this moderate summer climate, they aren't as necessary as in the south. Friendly and helpful staff which is always a plus. RV Park across the highway is prettier but staff leaves a lot to be desired. Having camped at both, I'd stay here even if other is more adult atmosphere because staff here is so much nicer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is nice and the staff are very friendly. The pull throughs are a little short. Several large motorhomes with trailers encroached on the road when parked. WiFi works well and cable TV is good: although the cable TV only has a two day free trial, then one must pay an additional $30 per month. Since I have a small trailer I used the bath house. The bath house is nice to look at. The major problem was the lack of hot water. Most of the showers had no hot water. Of the two showers that did have hot water, the water was not very hot. I ran straight hot water to shower and I felt cold. I rated the campground a 5 because of the lack of hot water. An easily fixed problem that, according to others at this campground, the owner had ignored. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here based on the Trailer life ratings and review, but honestly had park envy with the park across the street. The sites are wide, but the grass in between looks like someone abandoned the park years ago: lots of weeds that have overtaken the grass and are in need of mowing. The sites are not fully leveled, but are graveled. Trees are still trying to get tall enough to provide shade. Pool was still closed (first of June). The 93 noise seems to be much louder than the I-90 noise but it quiets down at night. Not really a park feature, but the sewer utility has a nice graveled path that follows its sewer line at the back of the park, it is great for a walk (for some reason they choose to have the sewer line meander across the fields rather than a straight line which makes for a nicer trail). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park with convenient location to MT93. Big spaces, easy roads and very clean. Hookups easy to get to except if you're in a motorhome, you need a really long sewer hose if you want to stay connected to your toad. Recommend 20' sewer hose if you want to stay connected to toad. Otherwise, a great spot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park had just opened from winter closure a week before so swimming pool was closed, lawns needed cutting etc. Staff was very friendly and helpful, site was level, the open skies of Montana with beautiful sunsets were present. Good location for touring in Missoula. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has easy access from I-90, clean, roomy roads for making turns with no obstructions, 50 amp, good satellite reception, and level pull throughs. The only complaint would be that the sewer hook-up is all the way to the back of the site so must unhook your toad. Also, there is no security but we felt safe here. The rate we paid was based on a weekly rate. We would recommend this park for those with big rigs and would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park one night while traveling from NC to AK. The park was clean, spaces were decent-sized. We did have a hard time leveling our pop-up. The rate we paid, was $35.75 (Good Sam Club) plus an additional $9 because we have three children, for a total of $44.75 with tax. I can never understand why parks that cater to families, charge you more for being one. But overall, the park was nice, clean, quiet. Bathrooms had passcodes. Pet area was the grassy area outside the park itself. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This was a nice clean park. Good for an overnight or a stay in the Missouri area. Sites were fairly level. We we able to park a big rig with toad attached for a overnight stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Over ratted park. After hooking up we had to ask for a refund. The gravel site was very uneven and just across from us was a trailer with 2 very loud barking dogs and the owners were not there. We reported it to the office and all they said was that they were aware of it but nothing was done about it. We would never stay in this park again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like others pointed out, the site was not very level, luckily we had enough blocks to prop up our trailer on one side, and the sewer was quite some distance from the the rest. The restrooms are delightful and clean, and the people in the office were pleasant. The WiFi was Free for 72 hours, and was OK. (We did have trouble with our MiFi not getting a strong signal.) We stayed here for 2 weeks, and enjoyed our stay and would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park, nice people run the park. We came for a few days, and stayed for three weeks. Monthly/weekly/daily rates. Owner is very accommodating to extending your stay. For a travel hub, this is impressive, as it's a busy place for people who come and stay for a day or two on their way. "Award-winning" washrooms are extremely clean. Laundry is cheaper than local laundromats and clean. Pool is nice and clean. Yogi Bear (mascot) visits children in the evening! Sites could be more level, but overall great value for money and nice campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park claims to be the #1 RV park in Montana, but it's got to be self-proclaimed!! The Good Sam rate is $37 and for that I'd expect a few amenities to be included in the price. Cable is extra, Wi-Fi ($4/day) is terrible and NOT included in the price and all kids are charged $3/day. Laundry is small (4 washers and 6 dryers, including 2 dryers that don't work) and kind of pricey. $1.50 to wash and $1.50 to dry. We've stayed in comparable parks that are approximately $10/day cheaper that included all of the amenities. The staff is very friendly and helpful and that certainly helps. A previous reviewer commented on the shortness of the sites and he's right. This park is okay for 2 people who only want to spend a night and move on, but if you plan an extended stay, best be prepared to pay for it! We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the nicest on our trip across the US. Restrooms very clean, sites reasonably spaced but shorter than some as it requires disconnecting a tow car. Wi-Fi was good but has no cable; however, you can get the major networks over the air. Very friendly. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park! We stayed from August until the park closed in October. Centrally located to the many National Parks located conveniently right off Interstate 90. Owners were very friendly and accommodating. Nice pool, laundry facilities, small store etc. Rest rooms were generally clean from my once or twice using them. Newer facility, shade trees are there and growing however, shade is not very plentiful. Roads are good, sites are fairly level. For the most part, it was quiet and peaceful. Had NO monthly rates! Somewhat pricey for the long stay traveler. Overall, I would recommend the park! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well you can tell the season is winding down for this park, once you get past the main gates everything just looks a little run down or maybe just left untouched. We have stayed here before in the peak season and things are better kept up. Every time we stay here we say next time we are going to stay in the one across the street and we forget, well after this time we will. I don't know what is going on with the construction next to the park but this could be a distraction due to the fact there is no buffer for sound (trees etc.). Anyway everything works in the park: Wi-Fi, cable TV, and the laundry is in very good shape. In fact the front office is excellent: it just looks like they laid the landscape crew off. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, nothing special, pool was used a lot by kids. My son went to bathrooms and complained that they were not so clean. Overall it is nice location, far from highway to not to be disturb by noise. No free Wi-Fi, they had entertainment for kids in the evening. Would stay here again if required. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our stay here was just OK, sites are close together and very little landscaping except for around the front and office area. The actual camp area is plane with very little trees or anything. No shade, very little grassy area. Facilities are far from camping area. Office and store seemed very nice and people were friendly when you first go in. I would not recommend this camp or go back for the price! We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sign in front says "Highest rated RV park in Montana". They have to be kidding. The park is way overpriced. The site we had was so out of level I had to lift the rear wheels off the ground to get the coach level. The sites are gravel with weeds and dead grass. The roads are black top but need some maintenance. The area around the office is neat and clean, but the rest of the place needs work. I only stayed here because the RV Park across the street did not have 50 amp power. I won't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As noted in the previous review, this park is a little run-down. They keep the area around the office up well, but the sites are poorly maintained and the roads are in pretty bad shape. Also, in spite of what the office staff might tell you, Verizon service is very poor and Verizon air card is completely unreliable. Cable TV is a separate fee and Wi-Fi is $4/day. For a "city park" like this, they would do well to upgrade sites, give cable and Wi-Fi free and charge a few dollars more. If the drive from Polson had not had a lot of road construction, we would have simply stayed up there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed at this park a number of times. It is getting a little long in the tooth. I did not see a maintenance person on the grounds the entire week I was at the park. The minuses: 1. Interior roads are paved but lots of broken pavement, 2. Grass is about 1/4 weeds and not irrigated, 3.) The space I was on was not level, 4.) Verizon service is poor. On the plus side: 1.) Rate was reasonable at $24 per day for the week, 2.) Better than the other RV Park and a lot better than the KOA - $50+ per night, 3.) No trees so good satellite TV, 4.) free Ice Cream social every night. I wish there was a better big-rig RV Park in Missoula but there is not so I will probably stay here again when visiting friends. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The kids had fun! We had a special visit from Yogi at our trailer for my sons 9th birthday. Nice pool area and fabulous store and tv viewing room. Laundry was nice too!! The mini golf course needs a little repair but thats being picky. Fun place to stay if you have a family! The extra money is worth it. Staff extremely helpful and made the stay fun! We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We chose this CG because it had an available spot, we were tired and the first CG we found was 100% occupied. It was clean, well maintained, the hook-ups were good and overall it was perfect for our overnight stay. A cheerful spot with a very nice staff. There is no reason not to use this CG when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was OK. There were no trees, sites were not level, some road noise, bathrooms were not clean. The bath stall doors were not aligned and three of the four would not lock and the fourth would not even close. We didn't use the pool or playground. There was an RV a few sites down from us and there was grass about a foot high all around his camper. Poor TV antenna reception and extra cost for Wi-Fi. However, the staff was friendly, adequate space between sites, the store was well stocked and close to Missouri. Good for an over nighter. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very friendly RV park. The only complaint is that the sites aren't level and the sewer connection is too far back for a MH w/ towed. We had to place our front tires on blocks as the tires were coming off the ground with the leveler. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our stay at Jellystone. The bathrooms were fabulous and the facilities were very nice. We only stayed one night so we were disappointed that we didn't get to use more of the amenities. Our only complaint was that the sign by the road was not large enough or well enough lit. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great family amenities here. Big pool with lots of chairs for sunning, and a small canopied area poolside as well. They even have a small splash pool with a fountain for the smallest kids. It was too hot to play on the playground, but it was a nice one. Mini-golf looked OK, but again, too hot during our stay to try it out. We only stayed one night because the temps were in the high 90s at the time, and there is no shade to speak of at this park. Downtown Missoula is about a 10 minute drive away. It was quiet even though right off the freeway. Level spots. Nice woman in the office. Fair price given all the amenities and proximity to town. There was also a huge RV sales/repair/supplies store(Bretz) a couple of exits east off the I-90 where they were selling propane cheap. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is out in the open without shade so satellite reception is good. They advertise cable TV, but our off the air antenna gets a better signal. "Cable" TV is only the local Missoula channels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a good RV park but we will NEVER return. During our stay, there was a forest fire within sight of the RV park that enveloped the entire area in smoke. After staying two nights of our planned three night stay, we told them we simply could not handle the smoke any more and had to move on. They would NOT refund our money for the third night. Note that the park was at most 50% full and our cancelling would have no impact on reservations other than the loss of OUR $34. We moved on anyway. Rather than having a "happy camper" they chose to have 34 measley dollars. I put this down as seriously poor customer relations. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a super campground with mini-golf, swim pool, spray pool for kids, ice-cream socials nightly, arcade room, gift shop, friendly staff. They had sites for all types of campers from tent to huge RV. Not much for shade though. Bathrooms/showers were really nice and clean: even double shower curtains with the name "Jellystone" written on them. Wow! We were really impressed with the amount of "features" offered here. The price $31 was high for our needs, but really nice place. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Seems to be well organized and clean. My site was loose gravel and way too much slope, front bumper was on the ground and the rear tires were off the ground. It looked like many of the sites had the same problem. Sewer connection was way at the low end of the site, about 30 feet of hose needed. The extra cost WI-FI provider was lame, connections were low and I was very close to the office. I could receive but not send e-mail as my ISP and this WI-FI were not happy together. Because the site was poor and WI-FI was not free this park doesn't get a good rating from me. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a dump! First, the pool is not heated. 2nd, Yogi does not make an appearance, (we stayed on June 29, and apparently that is not in season-this was why we stayed there for the kids). But, the biggest problem is the water system. We couldn't even flush the toilet without water and air spraying everywhere-forget using the sink. When I went to let the office people know so they could do something before someone else came in, she actually said, "Well, there was nothing wrong with my water" and left it at that. Our friends also had problems with the water and said their water was brown. This place is HORRIBLE and I would never go there again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here in June 2006 - see my comments below. A really nice park with nice pull-thrus. Good TV satellite reception. $30 per night was based upon the weekly rate. I stayed 9 days. I switched to Verizon this year and it may be a mistake. The Verizon cell signal is very poor in this park. I will probably stay here again next year and switch back to AT&T [Cingular]. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice campground. The owner as well as the manager and his wife are very helpful. There is a nice recreation area for families (basketball, goofy golf, pool, playground and a wagon ride with Yogi. Also, the monthly rate is very good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park and convenient to the sights in the area. The spaces are big enough to accommodate the largest rigs and each space has a small lawn area & picnic table. The only problem we had was that our cell phones did not work while in the park - we use a Verizon card to access the internet and were not able to while staying here. We felt that after paying $32.00 a night Wi-Fi should have been included. ( They charge $4 a day for the service. ) We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access to this CG. Very friendly staff. Enjoyed the ice cream social especially since it was really, really hot. Beautiful flowers around the office. Clean laundry room. Would easily stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Paid 53.50 for "full hook-up". They advertised cable, wifi, and a pool. After I had already paid for the site, I was told that there was no cable hook-ups in the "big-rig" sites, the pool was closed and the wifi would be an extra charge. It is good for them that they already had my money, they shouldn't hold their breath until they get by business again. We will bypass this one everytime. Major ripoff, why so expensive with no amenities? Besides the fact, the sewer hook-up was so far from the rig, we could not use it. (We have a 20' hose.) Restrooms & showers were very clean, but the first shower that I went in had only cold water (quite refreshing). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. No trees so satellite for TV and Internet was easy. Nice people working in the office. I would stay here again. Park across the road has too many trees. I could not get a site that did not hinder satellite reception. You will like this clean, level park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While this park probably had the nicest shower house I've ever seen, I can't give it a higher rating for two reasons. Road noise from the interstate highway and poor, muddy sites for water / elec. only sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WiFi is now at extra charge. Sites large and level. Road noise minimal. Did not like the fact that rigs came in at all times of the night shows lack of security. Workcampers very friendly and helpful. Would use as overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice clean campground We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 7 / 10 ]
Park is 5 miles north of Missoula off I-90 at exit 96 then 1 mile north on US 93. All but 29 sites are pull though, back in sites have water an electricity (20 and 30 amp) only. Pull through sites are long, level and well maintained. Shade is minimal as the trees have not had time to grow (park is only 5+/- years old). Great open field at the edge of the park allows you to give your dog some exercise. If you stay here plan for a side trip to Garnet Ghost Town or perhaps the Smokejumpers School -- both are worth a visit. We camped here in a camper.
[ 8 / 10 ]
This park has pretty easy access and the sites were easy to navigate in and out of. The managers were friendly and the park was clean. There were picnic tables at each site. They also have a store. We camped here in a camper.