Camping spots nothing to brag about, but the location and fire pit nightly were a nice touch. Would stay here again! People complain about price, but the location and time of year, what can you expect!
Great location and family oriented business.
Called in and reserved a tent site with my credit card. Told her we had a four hour drive and we would get there a little bit after nine o'clock she said no problem I will hang your campsite info on the door because we close at nine I said great . So we made the four hour drive and got there quarter to nine went in told her who I was and the first thing she said was I gave your site away to someone else! I was floored! She said I didn't think you were coming and came up with all kinds of excuses! Try to find a place in West Glaicer to camp during the busy time of the year is pretty hard that's why you make reservations to make sure you have something when you get there! Calling in and making a reservation is a binding contract apparently it does not protect you it just protects them! I would not ever recommend this place ever to anyone! Shame on you San Suz Ed Camp Ground for treating us like that!!! CANT TRUST THEM!!!!!
I was leary of making my reservation after reading other reviews, but am glad I did now. Pro's - Nicely landscaped sites, plenty of room to pull my 42' 5th wheel in/out with plenty of room for the slides, FHU with good wi-fi and I was in a spot that my dish worked which was a plus. The site was paved with grass and flowers on each side. The office has a nice store that sells pie, sweets, supplies and cooks waffles and pancakes daily. The park is very close to the West Glacier entrance. Trash is very close to each site. Delta's - The park is close to the highway and you do hear road noise during the day. Would come back here again for sure. If you are looking for a park it is also for sale....
Nice CG and well located for west glacier Very few sites get satellite reception
Very nice stay. Staff are very friendly and family oriented. Breakfast is served 8-10am. Set in a wooded location just off the highway. Fans will drown most of the highway noise. Night time is great, porch lights are to be off which makes it great for viewing the stars. Office firepit is lit near dusk for campfire conversations. Make sure to get homemade fruit toppings on the pancakes or waffles or you'll disappoint grandma. The cinnamon rolls are very large and delicious. Will make a return next summer for sure!
This park is awsome! Has b&b, tent sites, little mini cabins, and rv spots. They serve breakfast every morning and the cost is 5$ and up to 6&. You can choose from pancakes, waffles, scrambled eggs, susage, tooast. Very friendly staff and great service. Also very clean. There is a gift shop and a family collectable museuum. The showers and bathrooms outside are extreamly clean. They clean them as if they were using them theirselves...samr as the laundry room. The whole park is extreamly clean and very well maintained.....not only does the oowner take pride but also do her workers....
Sites are overpriced at $50, should be half that. Wi-Fi doesn't work, I haf to get the password from other campers because the office closes early. The sewer hook-ups are in the wrong location, you have crawl under the rv to hook it up, go to one of the other parks because this one is a big disappointment.
Some shade some open. Stayed 6 days with very nice people. Close to Glacier national park. Would plan on returning.
While the proximity to Glacier National Park is a plus, San-Suz-Ed itself is somewhat lackluster. The pull-through sites are extremely close together (ask me how I know how many nostril hairs my neighbor had) and some of the sites seemed to be lacking picnic tables. The campground is nestled in a grove of tall pine trees, so that's a definite plus. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The customer service, though, was pretty lame. The guy at the counter was cordial, but not talkative at all. I got the feeling he could care less if we were there or not. He didn't offer any suggestions for things to do or really even tell us much about the campground itself. He was a poor introduction to an otherwise nice place.