Reviews for Crooked Tree Motel RV Park

| Quiet and shady

By user-6357165... on 2017-10-23.

I meant to add that the WiFi is among the best I have had at a campground. Very few drop outs and good auto sign on after the first time. Nice.

| Free ice!

By user-5579545... on 2017-10-23.

This is a small no frills RV park adjacent to a motel. I was able to fit my 36ft TT pulling it with a 22 ft long Silverado. They have water, electric and sewer. The place is remodeling so WiFi only at the office. But...they have free coffee, donuts, granola bars and a fruit for breakfast. They have a swimming pool and our favorite an ice machine. We keep a cooler with drinks, snacks and lunch as we explore the National Parks. So free ice is huge. The staff was nice and Henry lednus to our site and guided us in. 3 stars went to 4 because of amenities.

| Pricey

By user-5830075... on 2017-10-23.

Kinda like parking in someone's back yard. Lots of local neighborhood stuff happening outside the fence. Not a nice neighborhood either. Someone nearby has a garage band and loves to play the drums. People walking by and riding bikes and motorcycles and loud music all day and night. Not the best outdoorsy feel or nature loving kind of place. Pool was decent. Donuts were ok. Expensive price gouge for what you get but outside of a national park that's what you get I guess.

| Quiet and shady

By user-6357165... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-08-08 to 2015-08-12

Nice grassy "one loop" park with picnic table but no fire rings. Pleasant owner leads you to your site after asking about your satellite dish preference. Our 40' MH fit with no problem including slides. Heated pool. 50 amp. There is no working cable TV despite the cable coax wire connection. Located behind a motel so well protected from road noise. Chain link fence around entire perimeter to eliminate unwanted visitors. Huckland next door for huckleberry pancakes. 25 minute drive to West Glacier visitor center. Would stay here again.

| Glacier visit

By user-5822748... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-08-08 to 2018-08-11

Has not been updated for larger rigs. Parked on dirt that I suppose was grass at one time. Had to park in a 30 amp space. The only 50 amp was so small and tight I could reach out and touch my neighbor. Owner was not very friendly. Would not stay here again.

| Nice quiet park under tall trees

By user-6393816... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-05-03 to 2019-05-10

We spent a week here and drove into Glacier Natl Park several times. Very quiet nice grassy pull through site full hookups. Super nice manager. We were just a bit too early so not too much open yet in the park but still had a very nice week and are ready for our drive to Alaska now!

By user-5454542... on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-27 to 2019-07-27

40 years out of date. No place to park the tow. Put our 41 ft rig in a spot that even with the back of the rig pushed against the tree branches hung out in the street. They offered to put us in a 30 amp spot that was just as tight. You could barely give in with all the trees. I would not recommend this park for anything over 28 feet and even then I would not recommend it as it is just spots on grass tucked behind a motel like kind of afterthought for Hale they could squeeze some extra money out of the place without putting any kind of thought into it.