Although I did not camp here in a motorhome/rv, I can tell you that this is a spacious, clean, and beautiful campground. Wonderful view of the mountains. Nice showers with hardwood doors and fold-down benches. Large new swimming pool and hot tub. Nice shaded tent sites available. Constant improvements seemed to be going on while we were there. Looks like they take a lot of pride in their campground. VERY short distance from St. Mary lake and entrance to Going-to-the-Sun Hwy.
We rented one of the park's travel trailers during our stay here which is why our rate is so high. The only negative I have is that it was on a steep hillside, but what did I expect? It's the Rockies! We drove by several other RV parks in the area and were continually pleased with our decision to stay here. It is in a convenient location and was quiet. There were plenty of activities for the kids and the pancake/french toast breakfast were way too convenient. We had a wonderful time.
We decided to leave the trailer at home and go for a weekend of tent camping and canoeing on the Current River. Our original destination was Pulltite Campground, but it was full, so we ended up here. I'm so glad we did. We have actually camped twice this month at Round Springs. We did see some pop-ups backed into the primitive sites, but there is not a whole lot of room for anything else (as mentioned in a previous post). The only negative that I have is the shower room, it was impossible to shower without getting everything soaked. I ended up taking a waterproof bag with everything in it, and my kids and I had to do some creative maneuvering to keep everything dry. This was a very minor inconvenience for me , and we do plan to return.
We camped here overnight. It's a cute little spot, but no playground or pool for the kids. It's a very simple campground that butts up against a very small airport. The owners are local farmers and they own the airport, campground, and a small resaurant that is right next to the campgrounds. There was also a driving range w/automatic golf ball dispenser. The restaurant food was very reasonable and good. There was a flat 20$ per nite fee, no extra for the kids. The restrooms were pretty clean but needed a good "dusting". The owners were very kind people. It was a very "laid-back" campground.
This site was fine for an overnight "pit stop" as I call them. It's a good thing we didn't stay any longer though. The playground was totally run-down and the kids wouldn't have been able to play on the equipment. The picnic tables in the pavilion were also in need of repair. The restrooms were clean, though, and the campground was easy for us to get to. We would stay here again if we needed to just stay overnight.
This was our very first camping experience. We couldn't have picked a better site. The kids (ages 6, 8, and 10) loved it. They especially liked the hayrides with Yogi. The owners were friendly and helpful. The sites were gravel and we had a bit of trouble leveling (probably because we are newbies). We enjoyed having a campfire beside the stream, it made for a relaxing evening of s'mores and ghost stories. Because we had such a great experience, we can hardly wait to go again!