|Daily||$45.00 - $55.00|
Nice park that is pretty much typical of campgrounds in this part of the country. Nice pool and friendly staff. Very little shade but level gravel sites. Easy on and off from I-90. Probably best park in Hardin..
After arriving at nightfall, a water heater hose burst. My water system was completely immobilized. I was not towing and the road was impassable for a bike because of construction. When I asked for assistance from the owners, all I received was a blank stare, like, "Oh well...not our problem." The next morning I drove myself and my 43' to the hardware store, returned, reset camp, and fixed the hose. The owner asked me if I fixed the problem. (Yes, no thanks to you). The ONLY reason that I returned to complete my stay is because I prepaid the $80 for two nights and it was the weekend. This CG is isolated by surrounding crops and farm factories with no trails or places to walk outside of the CG. There is little to no grass where advertised (outside your door), the dog runs are overrun by indigenous bushes, and the utilities are old and do not function properly.
Definitely a better value than the KOA in Billings but severely in need of grounds maintenance! Weeds growing several inches high in most campsites, under tables, shelters, looks very unkept. Utilities were old but worked great. The staff was pleasant and accommodating when I called to make a reservation and upon checkin. Quiet, very little train or freeway noise, a mile out in the country from Hardin.