Great Location. Right on the lake. Spent time visiting and watching fishermen.
Just stayed one night on our way through to Glacier National. Nice pull-through spot so we wouldn't have to unhook and speed up our departure. Site had a nice view of Moses Lake, picnic table, fire pit ring, and a TON of mosquitoes! Camp site is only 50 yards from the water's edge, prime big breeding habitat. Got better later in the evening as the wind picked up off the lake, but when we first rolled in, well...thank goodness for bug spray!
Been on the road since April (it is now July). This has been one of my least favorite stays... It is more of a family camp. Tons of kids and families screaming up and down the roads. Loud music. 4g on Verizon but their wifi was not working when we visited. Sites are crammed together. Very few showers for the number of sites they have. Few long timers and mobile homes. They have water/electric. Dump on the way out. Mosquitoes are insaneeeeee. If you are traveling with dogs, they are $4 each and they have a breed ban on Rotties and Pitbulls (discrimination is lame). Paid $55 to stay there and moved to the free camping sites just a few miles east (first two left turns after the long bridge are free, dry camping on the lake!!). I WILL say that that the bar/restaurant at Mar Don was really lovely. It was nice to just grab a few beers and watch some live music.