The park seemed like an excellent overnight stay with easy access from I-80. 110 pull through gravel sites with full hook-ups. Sites are fairly level, some more than others. However, we were not assigned a site so could pick one of the more level sites. There were only 2 occupied sites when we arrived mid-afternoon. We checked in at the motel. The women who checked us in was very friendly. I asked about Wi-Fi and she wasn’t sure if it was working but gave me the password. After several attempts to connect, I did get it to work for e-mail but was only fair reception and not enough to view videos or sites with much data. I think she told me that they were working on getting better reception out in the park. Good TV antenna reception with all major networks and some additional channels. Verizon cell phone and Jet pack reception was excellent. Once set up, the breaker at the post kept tripping when the AC came on. We called the office and the women came out but wasn’t much help but did let us plug into the post one site over instead of having to move. Tried to sit outside to relax but the flies were terrible. Don’t know if that was due to time of year or they are always around. All in all, not worth the $32 parking fee. We will not be staying here again.
This is a great overnight stop! Easy off and on from I-10, friendly staff, level sites, 70’ pull-through site, reasonable rates, excellent on-site restaurant for breakfast and dinner. As stated in an earlier review, there seems to be many permanent or semi-permanent residents but the night we stayed there were also several overnight guests. We found the campground to be very pleasant, convenient, quiet, and a restful place to overnight.
It is a nice park with friendly owners/managers. They were very helpful in finding local golf course to play ($24 for 18 holes) and suggesting things to see and do in St. Louis. The park is attractive with green spaces and flowers. The park’s interior gravel roads are narrow but navigable. Nice long pull-through sites. Once we parked in our site and extended the slides there was no room to walk on gravel but only on grass. The rules did not allow mats on the grass. They had decent Wi-Fi for e-mail however not much bandwidth so they blocked F/B and asked that you did not download photos or stream video and movies. No cable but good antenna reception for several local TV stations. The park is close to the Interstate which had major construction going on so there was some construction noise however I don’t think that road noise would be an issue in normal conditions. The park is about 23 miles (Interstate) from the Gateway Arch which made for easy access to St. Louis and its attractions. Shopping area (Super Saver Grocery, Wal-Mart, Target, Best Buy, Kohls, etc.) are within easy drive of about 8 miles. We would stay here again.
This campground was just what were we looking for: a quiet, clean place to relax for a week. The campground was booked for the coming weekend and the site they had assigned us was not level enough for our 40’ motorhome, so after some negotiating the staff accommodated us by putting us in a site on a level concrete pad and with a shade tree. This is a nice campground with lots of green space and trees. Most of the sites are gravel with grass between sites. The RV sites have full hook-ups and free WiFi which works exceptional well. There is no cable TV service and we could not get the TV channels on our antenna that the campground had listed in their brochure. However our satellite worked well. The campground is surrounded by fields which were planted in corn while we were here. It made for a serene view but might not be as pleasant during planting or harvest time. There is some road noise from the nearby Interstate however the sites in the back of the campground are less susceptible. Although we do not have children, the campground seemed very family/kid friendly. Has many playground areas, basketball court, swimming pool, video arcade, and pool table. The gravel/paved roads and wooded trails made for excellent walking areas. Price for all was reasonable: $187 for 7 nights (about @27 per night), using our Good Sam’s and Passport American discounts. Area attractions include a nice state park for hiking and two nearby public golf courses with reasonable green/cart fees. There is also shopping area about 7 miles from the campground which includes a Wal-Mart Super Center. If that is not your cup-of-tea then there is a family owned grocery nearby. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a very nice clean well maintained cmpground with very helpful and nice managers. Had 50amp service with full hookups. Very nice gravel and level pads. Shade trees with excellent grass and no bare spots. It rained overnight and campsite never got muddy. The noise from highway did not bother me in the least. Stayed two nights and would stay again if in the area. Summary-park has all the necessary full hookups including excellent cable and wi-fi. Clean grass and shade trees.
This campground will do, but it sure is nothing special. Most of 50amp sites with sewer were in a separate parking lot consisting of dirt and gravel, no trees, and a terrible view. Most sites with trees and a small amount of barely alive grass are 30amp, no sewer sites. Glad I was in the separate lot since they play music every night that I could still hear from where I was when outside. Sure would hate to try to go to bed early if I was closer to that music. I think $35/night is too high for this spot. Goods things are that the staff is very friendly and helpful. They will even let you pay for a full week with big discount and will reimburse if you decide to leave early. Not many camp grounds will do that. Town is an easy walk from campground and not even worth getting the car out. I would stay here again, just think it is overpriced and the visuals here are not that great. Medora is very nice little town with plenty of things to do in the area. The Bully Pulpit golf course is a very good course and cost about $65 with cart to play.
This place is only useful because it is the only game in town with full hookups and at that had to take a 30 amp site because not many have 50 amp. I have been on the road for 3 months now and this is the most unsightly and dirty campground I have stayed in. This place looks like no one has done any maintenance around here in years. Right next to my RV site was where they do work such as repair picnic tables,etc. It looked like a junk pile with all the trash and parts laying around. The only grass I saw was dead grass. Sites where others had stayed still had trash laying around after they left for the 4 days I stayed there. Only good thing I can say about this place is that owners were friendly and helpful on check-in and if you like to ride motorcycles on Beartooth and Chief Joseph Hwy like I do, it is a place to stay. Otherwise, I would be embarrassed to bring a guest out to the motorhome because the place looks like a dump.
This campground was a pleasure to stay in. It is very clean and neat with good visual appearance. It is also run by the most friendly and helpful owner operators of any RV park I have stayed at in the past 2 months of traveling. I pulled in with a 40DP pulling a motorcycle trailer. The best pull through site for my long rig had a west awning side exposure that I was not too happy about but owners worked with me to make me happy. Ended up under a large shade tree in the owners back yard. They shared their campfire and hospitality with us that night. Campground is in perfect location for anything you want to see in the area, and if you so desire it's only a 15-20 minute walk into town. CG host gave us many tips on what to see and all turned out to be a great trip. By the way the owners are RV'ers themselves so they know what it takes to make traveler's happy, and do an excellent job of it. Went for a walk around campground and went into the washroom, as they call it here in Canada. The showers and restrooms were so clean that I was afraid to use them. I didn't want to mess anything up. If I am ever in the area again, I will definitely stay here again. My kind of campground with lots of visual appeal. I will take neat and clean and hospitality over amenities any day.
This is an ok campground but just that. By no way is it a resort RV park and way overpriced but very close to the neat town of Anacortes. Good golf in the area at reasonable prices. It rained on us the entire 4 days we were here. There are a few sites that has a decent view of bay. Our site was called bay view but due to the tide changes, I was looking at a mud pit in the bay during the day and the tide filled up the bay by around 8pm which made the scenery better, except across the bay was a big ugly oil refinery. I think the RV parks in Mt. Vernon are much better, especially the price but they were all filled up. I would definitely try to plan ahead and stay in another park next time.
Nice campground. Very friendly and helpful staff. I actually stayed here for a week and then went over Northern Cascades Hwy20 to Anacortes on Puget Sound. Got tired of rain so came back to this campground to dry out. Sites have wonderful shade trees and nice level gravel sites with paved interior roads. Excellent water pressure and water volume in case you need to wash your RV. Nice view of river from most campsites. Winthrop is a very nice western town. Nice golf course within about 8 miles. I will stay here again.
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.
Very nice park. We enjoyed the stay very much. Beautiful views. I only have one complaint abut the park and that is the price. $60 is the most I have ever paid for a campsite anywhere, anytime. Of course, it's the only game in town for quite a distance. However, we were ready to get out of Utah and Arizona because of the heat. I have stayed in many campgrounds just as nice for $30-$35. The talk around the campground is that owners sold all the RV lots at somewhere around $150,000 a piece and then they rent them out when the owners are not present. So now we have the lot owner trying to pay for his investment and the campground managers trying to make a profit on managing it. Thus the high price for campsite. One other gripe is the orientation of the sites. Most will get West sun right into the awning side of the RV. I have finally decided that the people who design these RV parks are not RV'ers. Staff was very friendly and helpful. I would stay here again unless I find myself on a budget.
For the price of $18, this is one of the nicest parks I have ever stayed in. Beautiful river view, with lots of grass and space between campsites. Sites with the best view only have 30 amp electric and water; however, they were adding many 50 amp sites with river view at my last visit. Staff have always been friendly to me and I visit often since I only live 40 minutes away.
I love this campground. Nice views, space between campsites, great weather for getting away from Arizona heat. I got there on a Tuesday and got full hookups. Campground was completely full by Wednesday. Will come back to this campground anytime in the area. No reservation are available so come early in week to avoid all the Phoenix people trying to escape the heat on the weekend.
Very disappointed in the campground. One directory said mostly paved. Well the only paved area is the entry way by the office. The rest of the campground is very, very dusty gravel. Came in with a nice clean motorhome and left with my coach and motorcycle covered with dust. My reservation said I would have a 60 ft pull through full hookup so I could bring my 40'DP in with motorcycle trailer on back. Pull throughs are side by side hookups. The RV next to me was a 43'DP with car in front and in the rear. No way to turn RV into space much less RV and trailer. I have more turning radius at my house for a car than they do for a 40'DP into their pull throughs. Called office and requested one of the other many sites open that I could pull into with ease. No, they were reserved for other guest. They said they would come down to site and see what was going on. They left me in 108 degree heat waiting and had to call back. A non-friendly gentleman showed up to see what was going on. No one was home in adjacent RV to move the car parked in way. I was told if you can't get the motorhome in there some way, we will give you a refund and you can leave, that's your only option. I was wondering why I wanted to pay extra money for a pull through when I can't pull through. So I dropped the motorcycle trailer. Had to go around to other side of park and back into the campsite, then pull my trailer up to motorhome and rehook. I had decided to stay the night since it was too much hassle to hunt up another campground that late. So I went to the office immediately after getting setup, and requested a refund for the remaining days I had paid for since there was no way I wanted to stay at this dust pit with such unfriendly staff. They told me that they did not give refunds on unused days. After much hassle, he finally decided to give me a refund on unused days but then he said he would have to charge me a $10 fee for making a credit card refund. I just about lost it at that point. I will never come back to this campground again. If I knew any of my employees were so rude and so unhelpful to my customers as the staff here was to me, I would fire them on the spot. This is not just my opinion. I had 3 other guest come up to me and tell me how rude and unhelpful they were to them also.
We stayed here for a week and we love it. Very clean park with nice concrete pads. We stayed in D Loop which is the newest with new concrete and picnic tables and grills. Trash and restrooms are very handy. Excellent cell phone and wireless Internet as well as satellite (Alltel) service for computer. We had a lakeview on both sides of motorhome that was gorgeous. Staff at resort was helpful and friendly. As we are towing a motorcycle on trailer as only means of transportation, the RV shuttle was very handy for taking us into town to play golf. Page has the Lake Powell National golf course which is a great course with beautiful vista views of Lake Powell and the dam. We stayed here with easy day trips to North Rim of Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon. Resort extends all privileges to RV guest just like the lodge guest. Nice pool, hot tub and great pizza. I only have one negative comment about the RV park. In D Loop which is all pull throughs, the RV sites alternate the direction they face, thus saving space. If in D Loop, make sure you are facing the lake which is North. This puts your awning side facing East for the afternoon sun. Saw many people set up facing South with awning side facing West. Since campground was not full, it didn't take them long to wise up and switch sites.