Such a disappointment after all the positive reviews I read. First, the good. Close to West Glacier Park. Lots of shade. Now, the not so good. Park is sandwiched in between the train line on one side and the highway on the other. Occasional train horns, but fairly constant road noise throughout the park. No satellite reception for the majority of sites (true for DirectTV and Dish) roof mounted or carry out. Sites are close together and separated by a single tow of tall trees. Be prepared as some sites that are NOT level, paved, or with convenient hookups. The lady I dealt with at the office was unhelpful in the extreme when I requested to move to the site next to ours in hopes of getting satellite reception and a more level spot. Told me I'd just have to "live without". Refused to allow my service dog into the office in violation of federal law. And the last straw was when I inquired about their policy for leaving since I had already paid for 5 days and was told that "you are free to leave, this isn't a concentration camp". We left. Life is too short to put up with attitude like that and went 1/2 mile down the road to KOA which despite being slightly more expense, was an excellent quiet campground with friendly personnel and all the amenities.
Convenient to Vancouver, WA and Portland. Park is very well maintained. Short time visitors are put in a new section of the park. No grass between those sites, but it is landscaped with small shrubs and a few new trees which will need about 10 years to provide any significant shade. Paved streets and sidewalks. Also paved patio next to each unit. Wi-Fi was spotty. Laundry room was a little tired - $2.00 to wash. The biggest drawback for this park is the noise. It's located along a busy thoroughfare used by semi-trucks which cruise by at all hours of the day and night from the port headed toward I-84. Also, its virtually 2 miles from the end of the runway for Portland's busiest airport. And last, but not least, there is military planes take off nearby and the noise from those Tomcats is deafening. So if the noise isn't an issue for you, this is a nice place to stay. Shoreline power, cable, water all worked great. Dog friendly. Spaces are a little tight, but access roads are decent and there is adequate space for your rig and tow vehicle.
Lovely park with lots of shade adjacent to a golf course. A little tight getting in and out, but a respectable amount of space between rigs with concrete patios, grassy areas and picnic table. Very well maintained. Personnel were friendly. Good location near town and shopping. All shore services worked beautifully. Clean pool and spa. Quiet park. Evening happy hour for guests. Would definitely stay here again.
Spectacular views from campground which is situated on a hill overlooking lake and mountains. Sites are terraced, so not terribly level. Adequate gravel roads for easy in and out. Tight between spaces with a little vegetation and some small trees between some units. Not much shade if you're in Row B, but the view makes up for it. Shore services were good. Satellite reception was good. Verizon 3G and cell service worked well. No Wi-Fi at campsites, but is available at the office. Café on site with yummy homemade bread and a knock out tuna sandwich. Convenient to Glacier National Park. No extra amenities to speak of - no pool, playground, etc. A park more suited to adults rather than families with children due to layout (families with small children would be better served at KOA across the road which was nice). We would stay here again.
Pull through sites were sufficient, gravel and paved roads to get in and out easily, sites were level albeit a little tight. There was a small grass area between sites. Hookups including electric, sewer, water and cable all worked well. Satellite reception was good. Campground Wi-Fi was erratic. Verizon 3G and cell service were good. Stayed for 5 days, 4 nights. Campground is home to lots of permanent residents, but the short terms stays seem to be at one end of the park. Note, there is no shade for the short timers. Location was great, right in town and close to shopping and restaurants. A good overall spot to see the few sites around and stock up to move on to more remote areas. No pool, spa or playground. We would stay there again.
Very well maintained family oriented park. Ice cream socials in the evening along with BBQ dinners. Breakfast is also available. Spaces are very close together and no privacy between spaces. There is a grass area approximately 10 feet wide with a picnic table but if both you and your neighbor have a slide out, you have just enough space to squeeze onto the picnic table seating. Mature trees and lots of green. Friendly staff. Small store. They rent recumbent bikes, there is miniature golf and a nice pool and spa. The for rent cabins on site are very cute. Good Wi-Fi service and cable. Dump station available. Close proximity to town and easy off and on freeway access. We would stay there again.
Pricey, but worth it. We stayed in premium site #55 which included a separate fenced area just for us outside our front door with a hot tub, gazebo, covered eating area with table and chairs, gas BBQ, lounge chairs, and a little green grass and flower bed. It was a splurge for us. Our dog who loved being able to wander a little off-leash in the park. Wi-Fi and cable provided. Well maintained park overall. Clean pool, camp kitchen, store, and laundry on site. Spots are close together with limited privacy. Quiet location. Everything from basic sites to our premium site and in between.
[Note: This park is open "for the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and Special Events only".] Campground is located approximately 10 miles from Sturgis. Stayed here during rally week and it was a nice break from the action. Free shuttle to town during the rally. Campground is on the prairie, unpaved, but fairly level. Nice distance between sites, although no privacy as it is a large field with no separation between sites. No pool or spa. Laundry is drop off, pay by the pound. There is a small store. There is outdoor dining on site which offers all you can eat breakfasts. Also, you can get lunch and dinner. A little pricey, but it was rally week. Also, the Eye Candy Saloon is on site with nightly entertainment, mechanical bull riding and a small zip line. Wi-Fi is weak to non-existent in the campsites, but you can pick it up with a booster or at the office. Beware that for motorhomes and campers, there is no shade to speak of although a few small trees have been planted, it will be years before they provide any shade. There does appear to be some limited shade for tent camping. In addition to the nightly camping fee, during rally week, they charge a premium per person fee of $130.00 per person. Overall, a pleasant place to stay during the rally. Note, you must drive through Sturgis in order to reach the campground if exiting off the I-90.
Huge campground. We stayed in the Ranch Camp section in the trees farthest from the office. Loved it. Quiet, nice big spots. Pool, spa, playground, wi-fi, recreation room with pool table and arcade games. Breakfast available at the outdoor dining hall and BBQ on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Personnel were friendly, and the campground was extremely well maintained. Would definitely stay here again. Extremely convenient location to attractions.
Lovely park a few miles outside Rapid City. Lots of trees, quiet, decent size level spots. Paved access streets with gravel sites and grass on each side. Picnic tables and fire rings. Pool, laundry, volleyball, basketball and small store on site. Wi-Fi is available, but signal is intermittent and somewhat slow. Satellite reception is good. Local channels are strong. Campground accommodates tents and there are cabins scattered around. Family friendly. If you sit through a sales presentation, you get free or discounted rates. We didn't partake and paid the going rate. Would stay here again.
Spaces are tight. Electric service went out once while we were there for about 1-2 hours. Apparently, it isn't uncommon for trees to fall on the electrical lines. Generator use is permitted if electrical is out. Nice location for a base to see the sights in Yellowstone. General store close by. Absolutely no Verizon service at campground. There are pay phones. If you drive 3-5 miles toward the East Gate you can get a signal. 2 showers per day per vehicle included in stay. Otherwise its $3.50 a shower. Showers are in registration building. Laundry on site.
Nice campground. Staff was pleasant and responsive. Our electrical post was damaged when we arrived and someone was out to fix it within an hour of our reporting it. Lots of trees and shade. Limited satellite. Absolutely no Verizon service. No Wi-Fi at campground or nearby. Had to drive toward Jackson Lake Lodge, approx. 5 miles to get service. Apparently they were having technical difficulties with their Wi-Fi which lasted the entire week we stayed there. Nice walking trails and primo location in Grand Teton.
Top notch location just outside the Devil's Tower National Park entrance. Well maintained park. Lots of shade. Laundry was clean ($1.75 per load). Pool and on-site restaurant were not open due to refurbishing. Personnel were helpful. On site store with limited groceries and souvenirs. Good pull through. Lovely drive to park. Wi-Fi was good, satellite reception was good.
Very well maintained park which reflects pride of ownership. Owners were very friendly and accommodating. Easy location. Heated pool. Nice sites with fire rings, picnic tables and some had a swing. Clean and modern facilities. Great place for a day or two stop.