We stayed in site #7. Grassy level sites, long pull-throughs, quiet location, good Wi-Fi, and just a walk from town. Great food at the Council Cafe at a bargain price. Park appears well kept but is in the process of being acquired by a new owner. Hopefully it does not close down, because at the price of $30 for full hookups it is a good deal. We would stay again for sure.
Beautiful location, squeaky clean, and as friendly and helpful as you will ever find. Call ahead to make sure a site is available. You won't be sorry if you need a couple of nights rest. I didn't see motorhomes, but I'm sure they have the sites available.
I cannot fault the KOA staff as they were helpful and friendly but they did not seem to be very knowledgeable about what I was requesting. We wanted one of the quieter sites since my wife has difficulty in sleeping by noisy freeways but they assigned us a site in about the center of the facilities. Even then I had to ask if I could reverse our entry so that our bedroom would be away from the freeway. The following morning when I walked the grounds I noticed that all of the back rows were empty ... and even though this is a smaller RV Park, this would have been much better for us. To add insult to injury this is one of the more expensive parks ($48.14) even though it is not yet the tourist season in early May. Other more elaborate KOAs are about $10 less (like the KOA in Rapid City, SD. So my rating would be a 9 for the staff and a 3 for the value received.
We stayed here 3 nights in early May while we visited the colonies. Grassy sites, very long and good spacing between rigs. Quiet at night and close to town and the price was right. Not much more that you could ask for. No cable but antenna TV came in strong and clear. Full hook-ups and all sites are pull through. Come here before or after the tourist season and you will love it because the waiting lines in the colonies will be shorter. Quaint shops with reasonable prices. Take home some local beer (Millstream Brewing) or German brauts and a bottle of raspberry wine. Check out the seconds at the Woolen Mill too. Restaurant meals cost less then most places. All of the above are good reasons to stay at the Amana RV Park.
If you like peace and quiet this is the place to stay. Only 6 miles from downtown Havre, this is a smaller grassy campground and surprisingly, has excellent and consistent wifi. We've been on the road RVing for the past 4 weeks and none of the previous RV sites we stayed at (all were Sam Parks) surpassed this RV park in wifi. All sites are grassy and many have shaded areas. Bathrooms were clean but could use a hook or two, but that's a minor detail. Lawn areas were well trimmed. We would definitely stay here again.