Cannot say i would stay here again. Very expensive for what you get. Tight small campsites with minimal space for anything. If all you want is a place to park so you can go to key west leave the camper home and rent a room. That would be more comfortable than this place an probably cheaper! One car per site. Extra money for more than 2 people. Very poor part of town. Would not recommend walking outside of the campground at night.
Sorry. Didnt really like the place
Yes its a nice place. Very small dog park. Inconsistent electric voltage. Excellent water. Super sites which cost more are a bit larger and back up to the stream.
However. Its like camping when i was a kid. No cell phone service no matter what carrier. They offer free wifi! Ha its slow and very limited. You are allowed 250 mb a day and if you go over you are punished and they turn it off for the day you went over AND the entire next day! You cannot buy more are negotiate for extra band width. Only one spot in the campground has visibility for satellite so you have to use their "cable" which is their satellite service. 14 stations of quality straight out of 1950. Husband and wife team have been there 13 years and rule with an iron fist. They watch your dog while he poops and points out that you need to pick it up. And this was while we were in the dog area. They ask that you not let your dog pee anywhere but in the dog area? Have you ever told your dog " wait hold it till we get inside the gate?
They really are doing a disservice to the area in that we usually will research where we would like to visit ,have lunch or go shopping before we start our day. Without internet ( cause you cannot surf with 250 mb ) there is no research. You have to drive down the mountain about3 mile to get a signal. Verizon works better up the mountain than att.
So would i go back? Sure but i would want my own satellite internet if i could afford it . Just be prepared to totally disconnect from todays interactive society.
The surroundings are quite nice with a short walk around the edge of the lake and the pool is refreshing. That about where it ends. The first camp site they gave us was very sloped and we were unable to get some resemblance of level. Had my back tires 6 inches off the ground without success. Second site little better with the rear wheels up 3 inches but at least things did not roll off the counters. The site only had 30 amp service which is plenty BUT we kept popping the breaker when i checked we were only drawing 19 amps at 20 we popped the breaker. Lastly we were invaded by Ants. Had a steady stream coming up the steps so had to retract the steps all the time. But still the ants found there way into the coach and the bedroom and bathroom. Never had ants before so guess we will have the bomb the coach. Also the site did not have a picnic table so we asked if we could get one. They brought us a 5foot long table which looked more like a childs table which was burnt with a hole completely through one end. Personally $40 is way too much for this place even if we did not have the above issues. We stayed at a very nice place the night before for $22. I would not recommend this place and will never return.
The place is situated on the side of a mountain with lots of trees. In fact so many i could not get satellite tv even with a remote dish. The lady that owns the place is selling and the new owner seems more friendly and may be more accommodating. We stayed a week because we had prepaid and she has a strict no refund policy.
They list themselves as pet friendly but have "no pet" signs everywhere. They have a designated pet area which is a gravel road with tall bushes on both sides and no grass.
We had our mail send c/o the resort but they never picked it up we had to go to the post office ourselves.
Maybe it will be better under new management.
If you are going to visit glacier there are many other parks to choose from and many of them a lot closer to the park entrance