Class A 38 ft. We were just looking to burn 4 days is Seeley Lake before heading north to Glacier. The owners of the place don t care about it and it shows. We were going to pay for 4 nights owner told us to wait until we were ready to leave. Basically tells us to find a better campground. Just looks junkie. Trash on sites, grass not cut and broken water valves. Could be a nice place but it s not even close. Dry camping is close by at Big Larch (1/2 mile) and Lake Alva about 10 miles north on 83. We stayed there for 3 days. Has no dump station, but in Seeley Lake has a $5 dump station across the street from the Chicken Coop restaurant.
This area of Montana doesn t have many choices. Pros: availability, electricity. Cons: no water/sewer, sketchy people showed up and camped wherever, no one who worked here ever walked through, no trash, the place is rundown. It was $40. I didn t feel entirely safe.