The management here are hardworking folks who put a lot of effort into making this a nice campground. They are relatively new owners. There is a B&B on the grounds, and cabins, which I'm sure would be a great place to stay, too. The bathrooms/showers were immaculate. And there's a gazebo with grills which we enjoyed using. And it's nice to mosey around the wooded environs a bit! The RV part of the park is set up with some deficiencies (IMO). That being: some, it not most, of the RV sites are wayyyy narrow! As in you could take out every other one, and then they'd be roomy enough! They do have trees and a table (small and which you're not supposed to move). The location of the park is such that there is constant road noise into the evening that dies down later: motorcycles, semi trucks. You get the idea? But that pertains to most of the RV parks all along that stretch of road (HWY 2). It's conveniently located both for West Glacier and Whitefish, etc., going west. We tried to read about what to expect, since it was our first visit to West Glacier. Places with narrow sites and road noise are better for 1-2 night stays: we stayed 4. Not like we spent that much time in the RV park with Glacier just down the road! Of course we paid all up front and decided to leave 1 day early to catch some of Idaho on our trip west. No refund on the last night: not even partial. Whatever. I understand that with such a short tourist season you've got to be a little tough to make any money. I get the impression that most of the private parks around Glacier get by on a pretty tight margin. My advice: this is a fine place to stay for a short term. Prices and facilities are competitive with others. But if you can do it, try to stay inside the park and rough it some! And by all means go to Glacier, get out of your vehicle and hike! You'll make lifetime memories!
What a treasure! Beautiful, well maintained electric/water only sites in a forested area……in Nebraska!? This park was so enjoyable to stay in! Make sure to stop in the visitor's center. Kids will love the museum displays that talk about the natural area & history. Convenient dump station on the way out. Lots of hiking and outdoors activities including programs for kids. Whether you're just passing through or want to stay a while, Keep up the good work, NE!
A Good Sam park, so we got a small discount and it was off season. I'd guess it's packed in the winter! Friendly staff. Great place for us to spend the night while passing through! Tree shaded spot with good pedestal power and sewer access. Spotless but worn restrooms/showers. Crystal clear pool that was sooo good to splash around in after a day's drive! Easy on/off from the highway, not too much highway noise.
What you'd expect from an Air Force operated campground: Neat & clean, orderly, consistent services, safe pedestal power & sewer access, laundry room. All well maintained & overseen by campground hosts. Out on the high plains and an easy few hours drive to Browning and then East Glacier. And Great Falls, MT is a great place to stop for a meal or great coffee & pastries before hitting the road! Morning Light Coffee Roasters downtown, if you're a coffee lover! Easy RV access to park on the street around the corner. I love surprises on the road like this experience!
This is an older campground on the outskirts of town. That being said, the good points I felt about it were: clean restrooms, tree shaded sites reasonably spaced, fairly peaceful. They also accepted Passport America so we paid $14. Only passing through for one night so completely tolerable. Beautiful prairie summer sunset! It appeared that many if not most of the occupants were workers, some in really dilapidated RVs and others in fancy 5th wheels. Hey, it's not a vacation destination BUT don't miss the cute Wizard of OZ museum downtown!
Conveniently located & easy to maneuver our long trailer thru. Friendly, helpful staff that knows the area well. Nice grassy sites with newer power pedestals and sewer hookups. Maybe a block from the downtown area either down the road or steep staircase that originates in the local museum grounds (interesting museum!) & takes you down to main street. Great places to get tasty food & baked goods & craft/art items. A microbrewery that stopped serving 5 minutes before we walked in……waaaa! But I digress……campground was packed, it was August, but didn't feel too cramped. First visit-I can see why it's a weekender destination for gozillionaires from the Seattle area. But the rest of us can enjoy it too!
It was a Sunday afternoon and we had broken down about 30 miles away. I did some quick repairs to our broken trailer axle & got us back on the road & limped in to the park. It's conveniently located off the highway without being exposed to constant highway noise. What can you say about a place when you're shown such kindness and understanding? It's pretty hard to be objective.! The manager handed us fresh baked chocolate chip cookies, calmed us down & told me to do whatever I needed to do to get us back on the road. Even though it was summer there was no problem using our Passport America discount (unlike many other parks). She helped me find a repair shop, too. It's a pretty basic park with good clean facilities and hookups. They clearly work hard to make sure the place is well maintained. They seemed to have the capability to accommodate anyone from tent campers to large motor homes. It's also within striking distance of a lot of tourist destinations in Washington State, whether on the coast or in the mountains. A great place to stay! Hope we come through that way again!