This Army Corp of Engineer site offers half price ($11) camping during the week, $22 on the weekends for electric only hookups. The park had beautiful shade trees and large sites. There is a nice beach and playgrounds, a very family friendly site. The hosts were very helpful. We stayed here a week and would certainly return to this campground.
This is a very popular state park with two campgrounds, one just shortly off of I-84 Exit 35 and one closer to Exit 30 that is suitable for tents, there was a sign "No trailers". Don't miss the turn into the campground near Exit 35, as there are few opportunities to turn around (we were towing a car), the road through the park is narrow and the park was very crowded on a Saturday afternoon. The campground was full, however the park ranger let us have his parking spot (at a reduced rate) that still had hookups since it was an old campsite. We were right next to the dumpster and recycling, but were grateful to have a site so we could stay at the park and hike the beautiful trails. The restrooms were clean and there were programs at the campground for kids.
The campground was full, so the park ranger allowed us to park in an equestrian lot for a discounted rate. There were no hookups available, but were able to use the restrooms and showers (they were about a half mile from the lot). We were tired and grateful to have a quiet place to park. This is a nice state park with a good Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center and a nice paved trail that runs from the park into Lewiston. We would return to this park.
The campground hosts are very kind. This was a clean campground with very clean restrooms and laundry. They have a large selection of DVD's and books to borrow. It is located between the interstate and railroad, so it is a little noisy, however there are trees that help to shade and shield from the surroundings. We would definitely return to this campground.
We camped at a creek front site and enjoyed the shade and sounds of the creek. The WiFi is available across the street at the lodge. The campground drive had many potholes and there were some sites where the electric wasn't working. Lolo Hot Springs is 30 minutes drive from Lolo.
This campground is in a nice, wooded setting. The facilities are simple but well maintained. They offer a washing machine (cold water wash only) for free and a clothes line for drying. We were welcomed to come and watch the square dancing. The campgroundhost made a special effort to ensure we could get the WiFi at our site.
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 planned to camp here for a few nights but choose to stay overnight and move on, as we prefer parks that are more scenic. This is a basic RV park resembling more of a parking lot than a park. They do have full-hook ups and the owners are very kind. The rates are more expensive than other parks and not as nice, so in our experience it didn't feel like a very good deal. However, it is conveniently located off I-90. There is a grocery and laundry nearby.
We camped here for a week. The owners are kind, easy-going people. We appreciated the small playground, newer and well working laundry facility and on-site convenience store. The sites are close together, but there are trees for shade. They have nightly entertainment that is low quality but charming. The Wi-Fi connection was slow, but reliable. We found this campground to be a pleasant place to stay and enjoyed our time in Medora.
We camped here for a week. We loved this campground, as the views are breathtaking. It was a quiet, basic campground with electric hookups only and a dump station with potable water for filling tanks. There are clean restrooms, but no showers. It is close to the Badlands visitors center (could walk or bike there on a gravel trail). We enjoyed the nightly ranger programs in the amphitheater near the campground. The closest grocery and laundry were in Wall, SD about 30 minutes away, although there are the expensive convenience stores nearby.
We camped here overnight. The sign says the first three nights are free and $5 for any days after that. I am sure donations would be appreciated. It is a good stop, as there were groceries and laundry nearby and a playground in the park. They are grass sites and it had been raining, so our site had large, muddy puddles to maneuver around, but we were grateful to have the site. It was a nice town and a great place to stop when passing through.
We camped here on an overnight stay. It was a nice park and the hookups worked. We were uncertain what the protocol was, as the park isn't staffed. Some friendly neighbors were able to direct us to the payment box on the side of the caretakers facility. The caretaker came around frequently and even stopped in to make sure we knew there was a severe storm warning. It was a nice stop.
This park was good for a short stop while touring St. Louis. The staff was friendly and helpful, the restrooms were very clean and there was a nice pool. It is well-located to many popular St. Louis sites. That said, it was basically a parking lot with no shade and the spots were not level.