This is an attractive park with space, trees and flowers. Not a great view but near to Missoula. The WiFi is useless.
What a beautiful RV Park. We had a site that was too close to a tree to put awning out but we were in the shade. We had water and electric but no sewer connection which was ok cause we only stayed here for two days. The owners of this park are very friendly and work hard to maintain such a beautiful RV park. We will be back here to stay longer for our next visit. We 100% recommend this park. Clean showers and bath house. Small gift shop in office. They also have a social room for music on certain nights. Love this place.
Nice enough park too many trees and prices have gone to $44 people are getting ridiculous
This is our second time at this beautiful, quiet park with large sights with wonderful individual flower beds at almost every site. Close to nice city of Missoula and junction of I 90 and Hwy 93. Water, sewer, 50 amp, good WiFi and cable (after call to office). We camped in a 38' motor home with a tow. We will stay here anytime we are in Missoula.
Very nice, quiet and clean. No kids in evidence. WIFI very good. Despite 2 day stay, got back in site while others who must have called first got drive through 1 nighters. But, our site was shady and fully serviced. Easy access to Interstate and Missoula.
The park is close to Missoula and not to far from I-90. I was given a gravel pull-thru site with FHU for my 42' 5th wheel. I had plenty of room to get in/out, with plenty of room from the neighbors rigs on each side. I used their cable TV which was good instead of my dish due to trees in the way. The wi-fi was good; we did not try their laundry here. The park is well kept up and flowers are planted everywhere, making it really nice looking. By the look of all the rigs here it is a popular park. Bad things I could find was that trees cover most of the sites and I did have a pine tree rubbing on one of my slides. Site was not real level and I did hear a train during the night.
Beautiful RV park with friendly staff. Easy on and off the freeway. Having said that you do hear freeway noise but it becomes background noise quickly. Lots of shade trees and green grass. Only negative, spots are not very level. Would stay there again.
This just a one night stay for us in getting to our final destination. We loved it. Great blend between concrete jungle and boondocking. Restrooms were up to date and well maintained. The staff were friendly and helpful. Good space between sites with trees to provide shade and privacy on most. This quaint park served its purpose and more for these two retired folks on the move.
This park has large sites that have big grass lawns and beautiful flowers throughout the park. They have also have well placed shade trees that are pretty. Lots of green space for my dog to run on leash too. Very friendly people in the office. You do hear a little highway noise and an occasional train but it's so worth it after staying in so many other dusty, cramped spots! You will be glad you stayed here!
This may be the cutest RV park we have ever stayed in. It has tons of flowers and large evergreen shade trees. Good spacing between units. It would rate 5 stars except for the highway and railroad track noise. Plus the shade trees make 60 to 75% of the sites no go for sat TV. Also, some sites are water and electric, no sewer. The service was great and the place was booked every night. We would stay again.
This is a nice park close to I-90. Park has lots of pine trees and flower beds. Not all sites have sewer, but for 2 nights we were OK with no sewer. Railroad noise is noticeable at night, laundry is small but we would definitely stay here again
Trains going down hill breaks will drive U crazy!!!!!
Stayed 3 weeks while visiting family in Missoula and going for motorcycle rides. Our spot had full hookups and was very shady. We don't have satellite so trees were not a problem. Cable TV pictures were somewhat snowy but 11 over the air channels had good pictures. Wifi had good signal strength but no bandwidth, so pretty useless. Trains pass nearby regularly, day and night, braking to stop in the giant switch yard in Missoula. The screeching train brakes take some getting used to. Would stay again, none of the problems were deal breakers.
The park is full of flowers ... and they are beautiful. I did not hear the trains others talked about, but our motorhome is pretty well insulated. Trees can be a problem - our satellite dish finally came in, but there are a lot of trees, that's for sure. We didn't use the wifi as it didn't look all that strong. We would stay again, people were nice and friendly. We were here for 3 nights on our way to Polson. No problems with parking a big rig.
LOTS of pretty flowers but the wifi was non existent from our site. Limited cable channels. Very dark at night. They need some competition to force some improvements to then justify their price.
One of the best RV parks I've stayed at. Beautifully landscaped, lots of trees, showers and laundry room very clean. Nice staff, and really nice atmosphere.
One of the nicest private RV parks we have visited. The flower gardens are beautiful and the pull through sites spacious and so lovely. Only negative is nearby shooting range and trains at night.
Love love this park. Spacious sites with grass and flowers everywhere. So pretty. Office staff was so kind, encouraged us to go on to GlacIer National even though it was getting colder. So glad we did. Loved the town of Missoula. Will definitely be back and this is where we will stay and will stay longer.
This park is very pretty, toms of nature trees, absolutely gorgeous landscaping, spacious sites, tons of grass! Very friendly and helpful staff. They were also willing to accommodate a late checkout. I would highly recommend this park.
We stayed here twice in 2 weeks, just overnighters on our road trip. Very nice staff, clean park, nicely landscaped with lots of flowers, trees and grassy areas between sites. We got a pull through each time, the sites were more than large enough for our 30' trailer and truck. Restrooms are large and clean but there is one step up at the door that I forgot about while exiting and nearly fell. Cable TV was included with limited channel selections. It's close to interstate 90 but not too close to be bothered by traffic noise although it is close to some train tracks but only a couple of trains passed by during both our nights there. It's a few miles west of the main business area of Missoula for grocery shopping and restaurants. We would definitely stay here again.
What a beautiful, well landscaped oasis! The lots are all very wide, flat and surrounded by trees, grass and flowers. The owners love to artfully arrange flowers for your enjoyment. Most sites are pull through, with 30&50 amp service. Staff are friendly and bathrooms clean and modern. This place accepts kids, but no pool and no playground so most campers are 55+.