This is an OK campground but WAY overpriced. It is in a dusty, noisy, industrial area and the campground is fairly run down. We would not stay here for more than one night. Price reflects the KOA member discount!
OK campground with well spaced sites but the worst water hook-up situation we have ever seen! The first site we selected we would have had to run our hose across the street and then use a "Y" connector to share with another site! All the sites share the water connection with another site so someone must have a "Y" connector.......the park does not supply them. You need at least 50ft of hose, some sites up to 100ft. Sites are paved and mostly flat. There are two campground in this system....we stayed in the southern one and the road leading to the park from I-35 has some low tree limbs.....not high enough for class A's or fifth wheel rigs. We had two fifth wheels in our party and both had scratched roofs. We do not know about the situation in the north campground but I would not take my RV back to the lower one due to that and the ridiculous water situation.
Fairly nice campground with long pull-throughs and decent spacing between the gravel sites. Grass between the sites and a picnic table. Most sites have a tree or two that do provide some shade. No fire pits and personal fire pits are not allowed either. Price is a bit steep, especially since the showers are $2.00! We stayed a week and got one night free and it was still $38.00/night. Lots of things to do in Glacier Park but make sure you visit the little town of Whitefish.....about 5 miles to the west, great restaurants!