Very nice CG for a stop over or a couple of nights. Easy access from I-40. Just far enough from I-40 so that the traffic is a humm. Ditto for the train tracks. Actually the train whistle was sort of romantic. We asked for a pull through so that we would not have to unhook. Our site was over 100' long with multiple sewer and water hookups. Strong Wi-Fi, water pressure and electricity was dependable. We would strongly recommend this for a stop over. Yes, it is gravel (but aren't most?) but it is well packed so dust is but a minor problem. If in the area, we will be back. Did I mention that Pizza Hut delivers?
VERY nice CG. Clean with all of the things you want in a CG. Pool, Spa, good WiFi, etc. Sites are nice sized. Only thing I would change would be to put in concrete patios. Now all they have is gravel, which makes it less than perfect for sitting out. Most sites face generally North, which means our Dish works fine and we have shade in the PM. Some sites face South, so if this important to you, make sure they know this. Staff friendly, led to site. There are a lot of CGs in the area and while we didn't tour them, just riding by indicates that some are nice, and some are not so nice. You can book here with confidence. We definitely would stay here again.
We stayed here for the Reno Air Races and glad we did. This CG is about 15 miles from downtown and 7 miles from the airport. Sites are large and paved. Lush grass abounds. They are constantly working on keeping the place looking great. Staff was friendly. Wi-Fi was spotty at times. Verizon signal was very strong. Lot of trees that are starting to mature. OK, you ask, if so great why not a 10? I refuse to give a 10 to a park that is laid out so that the afternoon sun hits the passenger side of the coach. There must be a lot of $$ to be made in running a Campground Layout School since so few have a clue. Having said that, this is a great place and we highly recommend it. Can't say the same for the casino. Dark, dank and smoky. We definitely would stay here again.
We stayed here for one night as a "stopover" and were pleasantly surprised at the accommodations. The staff was very friendly and led us to our site. The site was very long so we did not have to unhook. All utilities including Wi-Fi worked fine. The park is all gravel, but packed hard enough so that there was little dust. Quite a few permanent and semi-permanent sites due to reopening of the gold mines nearby. Pool was nice after a hard day in the saddle. If you are looking for a stopover or a place to spend a couple of days to recharge your batteries, this is it. We would definitely stay here again.
This CG is very difficult to rate since the sites vary so much. This rating is based upon our site. We stayed in site # 13, which is clearly a 10+. Right on the river with a deck overlooking the river. Full hookup. Decent Wi-Fi. However the site right behind us (yep behind you so if someone is in this site you can't get out unless they move) has only 30 amp service. This is true of sites 10 and 11. These sites have a great river view, but lack power needed by a big rig. There are other 50 amp sites, but their location (one is less than 15' from the bathroom door) and not really desirable. There are two sites inland from 13 which are fairly nice, but their view of the river is substantially blocked by # 13. The owner is very friendly and goes out of his way to make sure you are comfortable. Lush grass abounds. There is a community deck overlooking the river. This is a great CG if you get site # 13 (best we have had in 2 years) or 10,11 or 12 if you can do with 30 amp service. There are other sites with a river view, but they are better suited for rigs less than 30'. If you can get site # 13 (we booked 6 mo. in advance) grab it. Where else can you get a true river front site for $35? We would definitely stay again, but # 13. Almost forgot, there is a really good restaurant about 100 yds from the CG.
This is a relatively new park. Roads are asphalt in very good condition. Sites have concrete pads and tables in very good condition. The view of the river (almost all sites are waterfront) is great but was surprised that there was no river traffic. Electricity, Wi-Fi, and water pressure were strong and consistent. The only thing that keeps this from being a 10 is the location. You are between the river and some railroad tracks (with numerous RR cars parked there) and the road across the river that has heavy truck traffic. The noise from the road is rather loud at times. The other issue is the entrance to the park. You have to go over some very rough RR tracks and through an industrial type area. But the minuses are far outweighed by the positives. This is a very, very good stop over or place to spend a few days. There are other campgrounds in the area, but from from our viewpoint this is clearly the best. We would definitely stay here again. Did I mention that the manager was super and went out of her way to help us and made several very good suggestions as to where to go and what to see?
This park is definitely a 10, so why did I give it a 9? They are cheap in some areas. The upkeep of the park was top notch. Lots of real grass and the sites were also top notch. What got me is that they are cheap. Charge for Wi-Fi. Very few channels on cable TV. And worst of all is that most sites are laid out so that the afternoon sun hits the patio, making it uncomfortable sitting out after a hard day at Yellowstone. They are building quite a few more sites, all laid out so the afternoon sun hits the patio. I asked the manager why. His response was that he thought people wanted this. Ergo, he did not bother to ask. All in all this is one great park even with my gripes. We would stay here again in a NY minute.
I respectfully disagree with some (or most) of the prior positive comments. First and foremost this park is DUSTY!!! Lives up to the Montana motto: (Eat Our Dust). Any movement by a vehicle sends up clouds of dust. I am a fan of "scattered" sites. Makes for more privacy. But our site was very narrow. Had to park so close to electricity post I literally had to crawl to get to the sewer bay. On the passenger side we were very close to the RV next to us. Why? The site was cut out of a very steep incline so while it was technically wide, as a practical matter, it was very narrow. When I checked in the clerk was on the phone with what sure sounded like a personal call. She checked me in gave me a map of the park and excused herself to make another personal call. When you have "scattered" sites it would be nice if they led you to the site. But during our week here we rarely saw any staff. Garbage pickup was spotty. Almost forgot: this is another park where free Wi-Fi was worth exactly what you paid for it. Very weak if there at all. All and all, I would look elsewhere if I were to come back to Glacier. You should to.