With 100 spaces full, and 4 bathroom stalls, this is one busy place. It is clean and relatively quiet, so long as the air traffic is not landing or taking off over head. Good for a short stop, would not want to stay long.
I'm not level right now. I would have to spend 5000 to get leveling jacks. I think the entire topography is sloped so if your like me and can't level then make sure you prepare with some 2x12 to put under front or back tires and then again maybe three tires. I'm gonna have a bad night
Not bad, no road noise like someone said, n complaints
We just spent 2 weeks in this park (personal reasons) and enjoyed it. It's not fancy but we've sure stayed in worse. The sites are a bit bigger than 'normal' I'd say and the roads around the park are definitely doable with a big rig. The park was full almost every night we were there, emptied out in the mornings & was full again that night. Park is clean, and relatively quiet considering it's near some busy highways. They are very strict about speeding in the park which was no problem to us. Wi-fi not great but they tell you when you check in that it will not be fast as the park fills up in the afternoon/evening unless you go up closer to the office. We enjoyed our time here and the area around Great Falls.
This is a family-owned CG; seems to be pretty busy in the summer season. Office staff (family members) usually don't have time for chit-chat but are willing to work with you on site selection. WiFi is not bad but can be slow when a lot of people are using it. Park is clean and the location convenient to town.
Stayed 1 night. Park was full due to 2 caravans leaving this week. Sites all pull thru and are a nice size. Staff seemed very friendly when we checked in. I would stay here again
We stayed in a 38' motor home for 2 nights for $39.50 a night. This is an old, very busy park with lots of transient many on way to Glacier like us. No cable but local channels okay. 50 amp, sewer and water okay. We were visiting friends and would stay again if in the area.
The sites were easy to pull into, nice amount of grass and trees. We were very impressed with how clean the restrooms/showers were, there was great water pressure, plenty of room to dry off and get dressed. We would stay here again.
Price: $36.60 night Pros: Decent size length and width pull-thru. Close to see sites of Great Falls. Park does have some satellite friendly locations. If not good cable television included. Cons: Office staff has an attitude. When asked what there was to do in downtown Great Falls, the response was and I quote downtown Great Falls sucks. Depending on where you're located highway noise could be loud. Free Wi-Fi nonexistent, told to go into the office. My rig was located right next to the repeater.
OK for spending the night. Not great, not bad.
Park doesn't look like much from the road but looks are deceiving. Nice owners with plenty of room at the sites.
This RV Park has plenty of pull through, gravel sites with gravel roads. I have to agree with one review, the sites are not very level. I have a 40' Class A motorhone and my leveling jacks raised one side of the coach so much that both back wheels were several inches off the ground. Full service sites, 50A, water and sewer. Be warned, the water pressure is huge, over 75 PSI. I was not notified of this when I checked in but luckily put a restrictor on when hooking up. Grass between sites and sites are well spaced. Some highway, train and plane noise from nearby airport. All in all, not a bad park but it rates 3 stars. Nice staff and easy on/off to expressways. No cable but plenty of major channels via antenna. We would stay here again, especially for one night. Big rig friendly.
Ladies in the front were very nice and gave us advice on where to see the best views of the falls. Our site was a pull in gravel site, it was level and quiet. Grounds were kept up nicely. We did not use the public shower rooms but they did look quiet old. Overall we had a nice stay overnight. Honored Good sams discount.
We came for 1 night on our way to Glacier NP for the full hookup, bath house and laundry facilities. We requested a site with trees near to the bathhouse due to mobility issues with elderly parents. We got the treed lot next to the road; upon arrival I discovered many piles of dog poo. Three bags later and still not all cleaned up I told the front office about the remaining poo. The lady in the office apologized and said it must have been left from the previous long term guest- the poo was of various sizes and had been there for awhile - indicating that this was a favorite dog walking poo spot!! Someone came later and said it had been raked before our arrival and apologized for the oversight. Next, the laundry facilities were clean but the equipment was not in complete working order. There were 3 washing machines working properly and a 4th with a sign that said could wash small loads only. They were 3 properly working dryers but the 4th had a sign(that had been there a while) will take 2 or more cycles to dry . Finally, the bath house was in need of updates. The showers would accommodate a Lilliputian rather than an Amazon!! One in our party is 6 tall. The shower head reached chest high rather than over the head. Finally, we stayed July 4th. Many signs throughout the park clearly stated no fireworks . It was like WW3. If you are looking for a quiet park, not near a major road with more clean and care, than this may not be the park for you. Even though the staff were friendly enough we will not stay again.
Very good reception. Busy weekend (start of the State Fair) Level solid sights. Speed bumps a little much. Older park but generally well kept. Good Wi-Fi & free. $43 - 50 mp, water and sewer.
Everyone has their own expectations of what they want, but we were there for a week and had no problems. No dog poo at our site, didn't use the laundry or showers. Employees are friendly and helpful. Our site was gravel (as are most if not all) and level. Good water, sewer and 50 amp power. We would stay again.