Rate is for weekly stay with Good Sam. Too bad there aren't more parks like this one! We really did not want to leave, but Glacier Nat'l Park reservations forced us to. Felt like we were in the country, but Costco, Walmart, restaurants, and other conveniences were only a few minutes away. Seems someone was always nearby planting flowers, or doing general sprucing up for this pretty park. Only room for about 2 rigs at check-in though, else you'll be waiting on the side road to enter. We may come back to Missoula just to stay here someday!
Stayed 3 nights while exploring Glacier Nat'l Pk, which is only 3 miles away. It's in the woods, so no satellite TV (or cable or over-the-air) signal, although we saw our neighbor had run a cable over 100 ft to edge of the hwy to get one! Yes, the hwy is close, but was pretty quiet overnight between 10 and 6. Wi-Fi worked well though, so we got our weather forecasts that way. The first impression is good... like going to Grandma's because of the baking aromas and antiques around the office/kitchen/gift store. Hot breakfasts can be had in the kitchen each a.m. Staff was very helpful with recommendations about Glacier. They also host a campfire gathering each p.m. from 7-10 if weather permits. Verizon cell worked well here, as did all hook-ups. Water pressure was HIGH, so use a regulator. There was a nice walk along a sparsely traveled road behind the park, which led to a small lake less than a mile away. We're glad we came.
We loved the location...away from town/traffic, and across from state park and lake for good hiking/biking. The wi-fi signal was very strong everywhere, and reasonable cost. Great cable TV too. Our large pull-thru was not as level as it looked though. Very nice mgmt. Came to spend a week and extended 5 more days. Checked other parks in the area and were glad our first choice was full and we ended up here. Campfires were allowed, which we dislike due to the smoke.