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This campground is okay however it needs some maintenance. It’s seems like several of the sites need to be cleaned up and re-leveled. They were working on the volleyball site when we visited so maybe they are in the middle of renovations? The cabins in the back had some nice views and for the most part the sites were shaded. I was glad my site was near the office/shower house/laundry due to the fact the WiFi worked only in that immediate area. Big park, nature trail out the back that was interesting and some animals like in the old style KOA’s. I really liked the tent area and shelters on the far side, they looked brand new and the camp kitchen was nice. Good base camp for the area.
The place is basically flatish land near the willow creek reservoir. The place has pretty normally smelling out houses and is also rv accessible. Next to your campsite will be an awesome reservoir, great for fishing and hunting down crawdads.
The owners are wonderful people. He is a wealth of knowledge and willing to share.
Listen to him. He saved us from taking things to Canada that we shouldn't take but
were going to. The border patrol WILL search your motor home. They know all the
hiding places. We got searched for over an hour. Luckily, I listened and took his advice.
We will always stay at Lewis and Clark when in MT. We had a wonderful trip to Alaska
via Canada. It could have turned out much different had we not stopped in Shelby at
Lewis and Clark RV Park before crossing the border, and listened to this wonderful mans advice.
He saved me from fines and maybe jail. I am forever grateful.
You have to drive through part of Great Falls, Montana to get to this campground, but once you are in it, you forget all about the city. You get the full camping (in a campground) experience, but you can easily drive into the city to pick up whatever you forgot to pack.
Our site was in what they call a tent village, which is a nice roundabout of tent sites. There are walls separating the sites for privacy, but the area is big enough for your vehicle and a large tent, or multiple smaller tents. Toward the middle of the roundabout is a covered area, including a table, counter, electrical outlets, and a large cabinet that can be locked with a padlock. The tent villages are very close to a nice restroom/showers that require a key code to get in.
KOA has everything you need. An outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, tent, cabin and rv spots.Outside kitchens. Shower area, small store, playground, and wifi. A lot of room to move around and have fun. You can even winter camp. We really enjoyed camping there and our day trips with the cub scouts.