We had a lovely stay at this campground and hate to leave it. The staff have owned the facility for over 40 years and are extremely friendly, relaxed and helpful. Sites are wide and well spaced and there are many trees - it has a forest feel. The location is close to West Glacier and it makes a good base for visiting the park. The grounds are meticulously maintained. The kids really enjoyed playing on the swings, and with the sports equipment every night. The communal campfire was fun and we learned a lot of the history of the area from the owners. The free wi-fi worked well. There is some road noise but you can request a site further away from the road if that is a concern.
We arrived during the height of tourist season and the experience might best be described as an absolute mass of teeming humanity. Our preference tends towards dry camping in national forests with occasional stops at full hookup private campgrounds, so this wasn't really our cup of tea. The facilities are huge and well maintained with lots of activities for the kids, but everything was extremely crowded due to the time of year. I am hoping the brown pool water was due the source and not lack of cleanliness. Due to the lateness of our reservation, we had a water and electric only site. It was very tight and crowded and difficult to get into and out of in our 40 ft motor home. There were many other sites which would have worked for big rigs just fine however. This is a practical and convenient location, especially for families, if you can handle the crowds.
Lovely state park with surprising amenities. The kids very much enjoyed the pool and the fishing pond. Lot of hiking. Convenient from the road and accessible for big rigs. Lots of shade and well maintained slots. A nice stop on our way north. We would definitely stop again.
Well maintained campground with level gravel sites. Plenty of room for big rigs to pull in. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Open farmland, so no trees. We were able to rinse off our rig. The county has recently renumbered the roads, so the campground is now on Road 7, not Road 3. Recommend calling ahead for directions due to this confusion.