Good overnight stop. While the RV park is in an old, "Route 66 era" Motel property, it was clean and appeared to be maintained. Sites were large, long and adequate. From the hookups, it appears that some are side/side. Cable is provided and all you have to do is hook up. Would stay there again on trips.
This is an older campground, but well maintained. The entrance is located just off of I90 and is sandwiched between a restaurant and other businesses. Signage is OK, and I found my way in without much problem. While I was there, they had an electrical problem of some kind that shut down some spaces for a while. I didn't have an outage, however. Sites are gravel with some grass and small trees. Obviously a well used overnight location. Be sure to visit the Prison in Deer Lodge. Admission gets you into three other museums as well as a good Auto Museum. I used C2C as they are a Good Neighbor park.
This park is very tight. You will not be able to open your awnings in the majority of the sites. The RV part of the park is located up a hill with good access gravel roads. The view is spectacular with both upper and lower St. Mary lakes below with Glacier Park in the background. Good location to start "Going to the sun road" in Glacier. If you go to the site and look at the FAQs, note the one on wind. What an understatement! However, since you won't be opening your awning, it shouldn't be a problem. This location is also about 27 miles from Waterton Lake (Canadian part of Glacier park). Be sure to take "High Tea" at Prince of Wales Hotel in Waterton.
This is a nice, quiet older RV park about 15 miles W. of Twin Falls on I-84. The operators were friendly and courteous. The grounds are well maintained and clean. While there are only E/W service, a dump station is available. The only drawback to this park is that it is located in a dairy area. I picked up the "dairy" smell before Jerome and had it in the park. If it bothers you, don't stay there because the smell intensifies with dampness and night time. It is a nice park for overnight or short term visits in the area. I used C2C as it is a Good Neighbor park in that system. Was there in August and Sept. 2005.