Easy in/out off of I-90. Long level sites. We had a pasture across from our site with horses which was fun for us city folks. We loved the town of Sheridan. Happened to be the third Thursday of June, so got to enjoy the third Thursday street festival the town has during the 3 summer months. Camp owner is nice, and particular about his grounds (don't drive over the grass/sprinkler heads :-) and don't enter via the exit drive). Good communication via email when we needed to change our date of arrival. Would stay here again.
Convenience to Seattle is the big plus. Right next to highway. It's a parking lot with hookups. We have 40 ft MH and fit into the first spot by office. Saw one employee - at front desk - who was nice. Pool and spa indoors were older and dark but functional. Absolutely no view or grass, very narrow spots. Seemed like lots of permanent campers there with their "stuff" lying around outside the trailers. Stayed here when visiting friends in town. Playground small but serviceable but did not see many kids here. Poor internet service and our satellite didn't work as we were tucked next to a hill, but we were there to drive our toad into Seattle, not to sit around and "camp."
Wonderful RV Park! Our favorite during a 26 day trip. Tucked in a beautiful spot on the Yellowstone River and the rock canyon wall across from entrance is great backdrop. Owner Kim welcomed us and was very nice. Nicely manicured grounds. The laundry was spotless as were the restrooms that were very upscale. They have menus of local restaurants in the laundry room and we ate at a great breakfast spot in town. Easy in/out for big rigs. Good WiFi and cable. There were nice couples there that come each year, and it's obvious why. I think they were fly fishers. Not much for children to do, which is fine for us. So glad we took a chance, sent in our check for the reservation, and stayed here. Will certainly come back when in the area.
Rate reflects KOA disc. Very friendly owners and staff, easy in/out, long pull-thrus, quiet. Small older pool but clean. They have a little diner in the camp store that serves all meals. Breakfast was fine, and was $10 for two of us! We didn't get satellite but the next RV did (maybe our HD satellite is more fussy than regular satellite), so we used the cable. The one attraction in town is an 1880s "town" but we didn't go see it. It's close to the campground. We would stay here again for a night.
Good value. Nice, quiet, small park with pine trees. Level gravel sites, lots of pull-throughs. Can stay hooked up to car. Mostly couples, as there is a Jellystone RV park across the road. Excellent Wi--Fi. No pool or fires, but not important to us. Ten to fifteen minutes to Missoula downtown. Would stay here again.
Great campground! Easy to get in and out. Nice long, level concrete and gravel spaces, pretty grounds. Lodge is large and comfy with coffee, TV, indoor pool and spa, a few workout machines, nice bathrooms and larger showers with doors. Some permanent RVs, but they are backed in and on the perimeter near the highway. We didn't hear any traffic. I am not sure about campground Wi-Fi access (didn't get password) so might just be in the lodge - would ask ahead if that's important to you. We used our Verizon Jetpack (MiFi). The staff was so nice and professional. Convenient to Coeur D'Alene (CDA) which we loved. Would come back and stay an extra bit next time.
Wi-Fi was the biggest headache while here. Really needed to use our Verizon Jetpack which required purchasing extra data capacity. The sites are very narrow, but doable. Biggest plus is the location, as we had a conference downtown to attend. Campground also central to tourist sites like Suspension Bridge, Stanley Park and Granville Island. Took the ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Nanaimo then back from Swartz Bay to Tsawassen. Good drives both AM and PM when visiting Victoria. Clean park, good laundry, staff OK, maybe new employee up front, so a little confusing at first, esp as we added a day on front of stay and no 50 amp available. Didn't need it as cool weather, so stayed in 30 amp site. Tree prevented satellite, which was a bummer. Some long term campers there. Would stay there again if in area.
This campground was the best one we've visited in a long time! From the owner who was so friendly and professional, to the nice grounds, good satellite TV reception, beautiful pool area with multiple pools and a daisy-shaped whirlpool spa, it was just great. Lucked into an 85 degree day. The pools are shallow so no diving or major swimming but perfect for us. Asphalt, level site, pull-through, easy in/out. Our site was long enough for 40 foot and SUV, but some 5th wheels parked their cars along the paved road, when they should have parked in a nearby parking spot a couple of sites down, but the one in front of us moved so we could pull out our coach in the AM. Don't get confused when getting off highway. The city has an arrow sign for the city park on the frontage road. Keep going down Hansen Rd. around the bend. Easy in/out. Would definitely come here again.
This campground was small but very nice. The nice owner had a right hand man there who guided our 40 foot RV into a pull-through space. It was level and had well-manicured grounds. Generally a very good experience, staying for a night. We went to historic Wallace for the afternoon and had fun visiting the craft brewery to buy gifts, a new wine-tasting bar, and a couple of shops with great locally made gifts. People in town and at the campground very friendly. Not sure there is much for children to do, but there was a man there with his three grandkids whom he was teaching to fly fish. Would stop in again.
This was a very clean campground with very nice staff. Being from a big city, we were surprised when the easy directions to Anaconda (to look for a fan belt) took us miles away. Nice drive, however. Anaconda had a lemonade wagon vendor who made fresh squeezed lemon, lime, grapefruit, and orange juice while you watched. The fact that it was the highlight of town can speak to how limited the "sightseeing" is, but we were just there for one night. Very nice sunset. Just really enjoyed this quiet, laid back campground.
We had a great stay at the Billings KOA. It's fun that it's the first KOA, and it really was kept up so well, you'd never know it. We don't have kids, but saw that there were a few little play area, so we used the swings just for fun. The equipment is vintage 1965, so I'd watch kid/grandkids while using them (merry go rounds, etc., not common anymore for safety reasons). Really enjoyed walking the large grounds and had good Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Would like to bring the grandbaby when he's older. After a horrible experience the day before, my husband and I decided that the consistency in staying at a KOA was worth the money.
OK is an apt description. Our RV had gotten stuck in mud and gravel at the other RV campground/ "resort" in town, and after that scare, we called Green Valley. They guided us to a very compact pull-through and as the place has been there 40 years, we didn't sink. The owners are older so perhaps that's part of the disrepair, but they are nice. We wouldn't go out of our way to stay in Glendive again, but for one night, it was fine and economical.
It is a parking lot at the Days Inn. No grass, no trees, but easy to get in and out if all you need to do is sleep. There is a pool at the motel but we did not use it, nor did we need to use the restrooms, so the price seemed a little high to me. Staff in motel at check in were nice. Highway view. The trains and traffic are faint when inside MH, and didn't bother us. Only things for kids is the pool inside.
Very nice! There was a person who needed to extend her stay (in our spot), so the campground owner called us ahead to ask our permission to not have her move (her husband was ill). They were very appreciative, and we were given an equally nice spot. There are several playground areas and the pool was warm -- despite cool weather, children were swimming. Would stay here again.