This park is a decent place, close to Bozeman, clean laundry and friendly staff. My biggest complaint is the pool is apparently open to the outside public for a daily or yearly pass fee. The pool is literally wall to wall kids every day. If you came here to use the pool (at all) don't count on it. I can see a business trying to maximize their profits but I think in this case they are doing it, at the expense of their primary customers which isn't really fair. Also to be aware, there is a dollar a day dog fee. Not really sure why they would charge for a dog. There is a train that goes by frequently but we keep our windows shut so its not bad: but they do blow their horns!
We really liked the area and the campground. The owners are onsite and very friendly. Rate for 1 night was $40.80 including tax (cash or check only), $260 a week. Durango is an easy 17 miles or Pagosa Springs the other way. At the time trees wept sap and the birds like to eat blue berries, so don't park under trees. They had no issue with washing your rig. We intend on spending a month next time. Oh: check out the alpaca!
We weren't as impressed as other people with this park. Suggest if you reserve try to get a site with a lower number and either on the west side or middle. We were in a site with a busy intersection directly behind us that was noisy all night. When we checked in we asked if there was anything else and got a: 'we don't care' attitude. Most of this park is a dusty gravel park with small grass patches on some of the mentioned sites, all others gravel and no trees. Lots of permanent residents. Laundry and restrooms closed from 12-3 inconvenient for laundry so we did it in the laundromat down the street. We will not stay here again, suggest moving on to Durango or Bayfield or stay at the casino a few miles out of town towards the four corners.
If you are traveling with kids and or have 4 wheelers then it is probably OK. We just wanted a stop to visit the park. Its basically an expensive strip of dust to park on that is extremely close to your neighbors. Its full, they give no discounts and it is what it is. They have a pool and a spa if you want to share it with little kiddies with water wings and diapers. It was convenient to the park.
Park was decent. Set up on the side of a hill. Sites or at least ours was a bit short but you can detach and park sideways. Verizon service was almost zero and WiFi only worked part time. "TengoNet" should be called "terrible net." Staff was friendly and helpful, laundry was reasonable and had lots of washers and dryers. Good place to visit Mt. St. Helens.
The campground was quiet enough even though it was full. The site we had was paved but just wide enough for the trailer. The ground on either side was grass but real uneven so we just had to be careful where to step getting out. It may have been just ours. The only beef I have and it isn't just with this campground, but the WiFi doesn't work. In two nights I had a total of 5 minutes connected. It shows a strong enough signal but won't connect. Usually it means their connection is bad or someone in the park is streaming movies. I just wish parks that advertise it actually could provide it to everyone. Other than that, everything was OK. We stayed on the way south for two nights so we could visit the Maritime Museum in Astoria. Nice by the way.
We made reservations only 3-4 days ahead of time and they got us in for a 3 night stay after someone canceled but was a "back in site" which was fine for me thinking it was more private to the rear. When we arrived and looked at the site we should have asked to be changed. It was shaped like a pizza and all the trailers in this circle backed into the center with a little gazebo. The entire circle were all from Alberta and must have been together. It was controlled chaos. Like being in the middle of a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant/playground. On our third and final night I asked to be moved and they did find me a site which was fine. I wish they would have told us but I blame myself for staying and not saying something earlier. The management was friendly and accommodating. They did say next time if we wanted a (quieter) space to ask for "the new section." Not our type of place in hindsight but OK if you need to visit the area and don't mind all the craziness of a "beachy, vacation type atmosphere".
This was our first stop in Colorado and we stayed for a week. The campground was everything we expected and a nice location to walk to town which we did just about everyday. ( We have to walk off all the food and ice cream!) The campground hosts are some of the nicest people we have met; very helpful with whatever you may need. There is a laundry on site and a real reasonable cost. I would go back if we ever find ourselves in the area.
We had a pull through site and there was enough room for us between sites. (We have no slides.) Good access for Glacier. There is no cable TV and we were told we could get a few ANALOG stations with the antenna from Spokane, which we did. I didn't think analog tv existed anymore but it does here! Overall a good stay, clean showers. Laundry you make an appointment to use. Glacier Grill nearby was a decent meal. We would stay again.
Good Sams rate. We really liked this park and had some good shade on our site. The park was quiet and close enough to Missoula. We did hear a train but it didn't really bother us. The campground has plantings everywhere and its obvious they take great pride in it. Clean restrooms and showers and laundry. I wish I was back there now.