This is a very nice Forest Service campground with electrical available at about 25 sites. The sites are wide with plenty of room for your slideouts. I would not recommend it for large motor homes or 5th wheels. A bonus is the Lochsa Lodge which is a short walk from the campground. We enjoyed a nice dinner there. They have Wi-Fi available in the bar area. No cell phone service.
As has been previously mentioned, this is a no frills park, but it does have full hookups, and is close to town. More than acceptable for a few days stay. Friendly staff. There is Verizon 4G phone and data coverage of the Park. Take the Broadway exit off Highway 1, at the Sinclair gas station.
This is a very nice state park campground on Placid Lake, about 3 miles south of the town of Seeley Lake. There are 40 sites; 15 have have electrical service. It is fairly tight so I wouldn't recommend it for a rig over 35 feet total length. Water is available at a central location. The park is paved, but the three mile road into the park is gravel. There is a boat ramp/dock available. Boat trailer parking is available. There is a new modern restroom and shower facility. There is a charge for showers. Firewood and ice is available from the camp host. The rate is $28 per night for non residents, $20 for Montana residents. Reservations can be made at the Montana State Park web site. There is Verizon 4G phone and data coverage in the Park.
We have stayed at this park four times over the last ten years. Somewhat hard to find, but has the best location for access to Whitefish and local shopping. The park is behind a motel that is about a half block off of Highway 93. The motel is behind some retail outlets. Checkin is at the motel office. The park is well kept, with asphalt access road, and gravel sites. Our site was level. WI-Fi worked well. Verizon 4G access. Dump site. Although there are some big rigs in the park, personally I would not want to bring a motor home or fifth wheel longer than 36 feet into the park. Too tight. We will stay here the next time we visit Whitefish.
A nice park, with the basics. Water, electric, cable, no sewer, but a dump station is available. WI-Fi worked well, and Verizon 4G service is good. Not many trees, but that is Central Montana. The owners are very personable, and want to do what is necessary to make your visit pleasant. We did not use the bathroom or shower facilities. We stayed 4 days to do some genealogy work, and will return to this park.
Stayed overnight on our way to Missoula. Very nice Park. Clean and well kept. Large sites, with plenty of space between your neighbor. Nice job of terracing the sites. We will stay again next time in Saint Regis.
Older little park, within 15 minutes of all the major area attractions. Mainly back in spaces. Friendly, helpful staff. Cable TV $4 per night extra. Used our Verizon wireless card, which worked perfectly. AT&T cell phone worked fine. Park has Wi-Fi. The park is surrounded on three sides by working Amish farms. If you don’t like mooing cows and crowing roosters, you better camp in the city.