We stayed here for one night on our way home - basically just needed a place to dump tanks! Lots of seasonal campers here and by seasonal, I mean it looks like people have lived here for YEARS! Awnings covered with dirt, leaves, falling down, etc. Lots of families, loud radios playing. The fellow across from our site decided to use his leaf blower to clean all the caterpiller droppings from his site! The rules say no power tools, but guess he couldn't read! Pretty bad - I'd stay away
We stayed here for one night on our way through. It was very convenient and easy to find. The way in had lots of speed bumps - very excessive in our opinion. The store had lots of items which was nice for us as we did not have a towed car. I forgot to mention Good Sam's when I checked in and asked the staff about that when I went back to the store for some items. The lady said she couldn't give me the $ back since it was a credit sale (?) and I thought she would offer me the $ off the store items but no deal. It was only a small amount of $, but it was the principle - so that did bother me a bit.
A lot of seasonal campers here. Good for a short stay when you are looking for something close to the highway.
We enjoyed our spot here and felt lucky to get it on a Saturday in June after being crowded out by the KOA down the road. The camp host was very nice and helpful to us. Sites are nice and large - we had one with electricity and it was right on the river (Illinois river). Very cool to see huge barges go through. Lots of areas to walk around here and just relax.
We got here on a Friday in early June and stayed one night. Planned to stay two, but decided to leave in the am. The sites were pretty tight - going out our coach door, we nearly tripped on the sewer hose for the guy next door. The pool was nice and refreshing until the kids got in at night and screamed for a few hours. The sites are right next to the pool. The showers were great - big rain head showers. Way too tight for us so we went to the state campground 20 miles away for the next night and it was much nicer.
We stayed here for one night just passing through. At first, we thought it would be a nice spot as the owners / managers seemed friendly, especially the wife. The husband led us to our site and all was well till he started lecturing us about religion and politics, basically saying that if you are not a Christian, you are going to go to hell. He also trashed Obama, Sanders, Clinton, etc. and just talked about how he supported Trump. We did not bring any of that up - he just went on an hour long rant. We had to cut him off so we could set up our rig.
The sites were fine - no complaints about that, but as soon as we got settled and began to think about dinner (5 pm), the mowers started right next to our site. We called and asked if they could do that later (my husband had a raging migraine by this time) and instead, they sent another mower to do it faster! This went on for a good hour. We should have left but kept figuring that they would stop soon.
We found this campground on our way through South Dakota. Beautiful spot on the river just over the bridge over the Missouri. It abuts a city park which I suspect might be busy on the weekends. We were there during the week and there were very few campers so it was nice and peaceful. Nice store on site, and very accommodating staff. Wish we could have stayed longer but we were hurrying home.
We stayed here for one week while visiting Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, etc. The location is great - very convenient to Custer State Park and close to Crazy Horse. The sites are pretty big, restrooms / showers were fine. They have a small store but plenty of icecream! The best thing was that they rent cars and UTVs and bring them right to your site. It worked out very well for us as we have a small RV but were not equipped (yet) to tow a vehicle. Lots to do in this area and it worked out very well for us.
We stayed here for two nights while visiting the Little Big Horn sites. The people running the campground couldn't be nicer and the bathrooms / showers were the cleanest we've ever seen. The road into the campground turns to gravel so expect that your RV will get very dusty. There was something strange about the water too as we used a bucket and sponge to get some grime off our RV and later we released that the water had left a lot of stains. They did come out, but just beware. The reviewer who said "this is the middle of nowhere" is right. Nothing nearby but it is convenient to the Battlefield site and the Indian Trading Post which is great.
We stayed here for one night on our way to Bozeman. The location was good in that it is convenient to the highway, but bad in that there are trains that run on an overhead track right on the outskirts of the campground. The trains are very noisy as they brake around the curve and they run all night so it was a sleepless night for us. On the plus side, the park was very clean and very efficient. The store had some nice things and the ladies running the office / store were very friendly and helpful. The sites are not that large but probably average. No real privacy between sites.
This was the first RV park my husband and I stayed in after getting our RV in Kalispell. The RV dealer set us up here and we decided to stay a week to get used to the camper. The location is beautiful - on the Flathead River - and most sites are near the river. There are new managers there who are working hard to get the park back to the shape it was in a few years ago. Apparently the previous owner / manager ran it into the ground. The facilities are being updated so the rating reflects that. I'd give it 4 stars when it comes back into shape, but I thought the price we paid was a little high for the lack of amenities (no store, showers and restrooms in need of some TLC). Very nice managers and we would definitely stay here again.