Cedar Shore Resort

7 reviews
Pets Allowed
Big Rigs

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Reviews (avg. rating 3.86)

| Beautiful place

By user-5804764... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-07-06 to 2016-07-07

We stopped here on our way from WI to Glacier National Park. It's just about 3-4 miles off of I-90 so convenient and quiet. Beautiful view of the Missouri River and some sites are right on the river and others all can see the river and the hills on the other side. There is a full service resort there and you can use all the amenities of the resort including workout room, indoor swimming pool and hot tub. There is free coffee in the morning. There is a little area within walking distance to go swimming in the river which is very clean and fairly warm when we were there. I think we paid around $34 a night including tax. Sites come in multiple sizes so will accommodate most every type of vehicle. Bath house was nice. It is a newer resort. There is a bike trail that starts at the bridge and goes about 3-4 miles to the resort. We made a reservation to stop there again on our way back to WI later this month. There is a marina at the resort and places to fish for those who are anglers.

| Great view

By user-5845204... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-07-20 to 2017-07-21

We stopped here for the night wanting a quiet place on the Missouri River. It did not dissappoint. Our campsite was not directly on the water, however we still had a water view. We were able to take our chairs down to the water and enjoyed several hours of beautiful scenery and lovely breezes. It was a fantastic stopover. The staff was very nice and you get full use of the resort facilities when you are staying at the campgrounds. We would definitely stay here again.

| Addendum..

By user-5775003... on 2017-10-23.

Need to add an addendum, be very careful when walking your pets along the water. There are some very nasty burs along the river front. They are absolutely hideous and detrimental to both yourself and your pet. The best practice would be to avoid it at all costs.


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