I love this campground in the pine forest of Western Montana. The owners and staff are super friendly, helpful, and caring. There is green space between all the RV sites and all of them have some shade. There are some full hook up sites, others with partial services, a convenient sani-dump, a sani-pump service, electricity, TV, water, and wifi throughout the property. Showers are clean, hot, and free, and the laundry is free (cold water wash, line dry). The lighting, mirrors, , sinks, and electricity in the washrooms are ideal. The forest is professionally managed for sustainability and fire risk reduction. You might view a herd of elk on the hillside to the north. There is a horseshoe pitch and whiffle golf course on site, and licensed anglers may fish in Lolo Creek. You meet the nicest and most interesting people from cyclists biking across America, to history buffs exploring the Lewis and Clark Trail, to geocache enthusiasts, to the sweetest little square dancers from all over. Pets are allowed with restrictions to keep everyone comfortable and safe. All campers are invited to participate in potluck meals, whiffle golf tourneys, and musical jam sessions.And if you're lucky, a free introductory square dance session might be offered. Give it a try! It's America's national dance and it's fun!
We were in need of a place for the night & the place we had hoped for was full. The people were nice, but I found the amenities a little lacking. The shower/bath house was like a refrigerator with no way to warm up. I was amazed at just how much traffic went up & down Rt12. Was noisy in my opinion. Not sure I'd stay there again.
Park is a few miles out of Lolo nestled in a ponderosa pine grove. I was given a gravel pull-thru site for my 42'5th wheel (54) that had plenty of room for my rig. My site had water, electric, cable, and good wi-fi, no sewer. Some site have sewer some don't. There is a pump out station in the park and a service will come and pump you out for $10.They like to square dance here, but I'm no dancer. Park is quiet and well maintained. The laundry is free, but you have to hang your cloths to dry. I didn't hear highway noise as I was in the rear of the park. Sites are fairly spread out and not close to the neighbors. I would stay here again.
Couldn't have had a nicer stay. So quiet yet close to Missoula. Grass and gravel. Pleasure to walk around the meandering campground. Very nice staff and accommodating to special request for a late departure. We'll be back!
Quiet for the most part. Get a site away from the road if you're sensitive. Nice tree-lined park with spacious sites and good cable and WiFi.
We liked this campground! It was just right for a quiet night after a long drive. Personnel was friendly and helpful. One of the dancers shared some home grown zucchini and onions with us.
Everything that Wendy said on 1/11/15 is exactly right. A great place! We couldn't have ask for more. The showers heads are some of the best we have ever had. If in the area, we will definitely stop again. Owners were very accommodating when we asked to move our date up by one day due to inclement weather in Glacier National Park. They don't take all your credit card information on reserving a site so if you have a change of plans, you aren't stuck with paying a nights fee if you can't make it. The owners were wonderful.
Very clean park. Staff very kind and efficient. Loved how Barry led us to our sight on the bike. Put us on a great sight. Really enjoyed our stay.
Host was super nice! Had a great site on the river. This campground is quiet and perfect for 1 night or multiple. Full hookups but we only had water electric but there was a dump station on the way out. Bath house was super nice and had nice showers that we all used. Would definitely stay here again. No complaints at all.