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A great spot to meet people by Glacier! Rough roads make it a bit tricky to get down, but the area is relaxing and easy for a night or two. Saw a few complaints about trash and such in the area, but we saw 12+ other campers/vehicles and didn't have any issues. Everyone quieted down nice and early and many were already gone before we woke up around 6am.
We loved our time at Glacier!
Two families went so we reserved two sites next to one another. The sites were spacious - we were able to have 2 large tents in one site, and a Scamp trailer + screen tent in the other with plenty of space to walk around and hang hammocks. There were many little trails from our loop that brought you to Lake McDonald with amazing views. Overall it was a nice campground that was a perfect base for our many hikes that week.
We stayed in a little hut one night and camped the second. It was the first time I had been asked to pay for showers but have since learned it is the trend out West. Hut was crazy expensive for October and the tent site wasn't cheap. Only a couple tent sites are truly flat, just FYI. It was fine but for the money spent, a free hot shower was a no brainer to me.
This park was super accessible to GNP and is right next to Willows, that has wonderful ice cream and huckleberry treats. They have a playground, heated poll and gift shop in the office. The laundry room only has 2 washers, but reasonably priced and I got lucky to not have to wait for a washer due to the limited number so there were no issues. There is a grocery store that's walkable. Although a fairly small trailer, it was quite difficult to get into our site for our size(26'). We had to get permission to pull through some of their nice grass behind the office to pull through in order to get parked, although it was intended to be a back-in… not for us. Luckily they were nice about helping to get us parked. Once we were nestled in, it was fine, it was just a bit tight. They pack them in successfully throughout the park though. It was a shady place and also a great bike path right in front of the park that goes for miles and miles. Friendly staff. Giving it a 3 out of 5 due to the tight fit, the wifi was terrible(it would randomly work slow), except on the porch of the office, and not the cleanest laundry room. I wish it were a little cheaper as well.
Great place to stay. Big grassy area in the middle of the RV park with picnic tables, great for walking dogs or just relaxing in the grass. There is also a small basketball court. Minimal bugs- just a few knats that would seek out the lights at night. Site was level and just enough space for trailer and truck(a bit crowded but worked), full sun, no shade and a picnic table. Splitter on the water spiket provided. Light road noise from hwy nearby, but not bad. Customer service was nice and accommodating.$2 wash/$2 dryer so a little high, but the laundry services were clean. Gravel back-in site, asphalt roads, great for strolling around in the evening.
We stayed for 7 days so paid for 6 and the 7th was free. They also accept Good Sam members.
The wifi was a tad slow, but for the most part worked pretty good. Hotspot on cell for video calls and Netflix though.
Close to the grocery(Super 1 Foods) and 2 miles from the rodeo grounds and Blue Moon Nite Club where they have a weekly Thursday Rodeo in the summer. It was fun! Very accessible to Whitefish, Kalispell, downtown Columbia Falls, Hungry Horse, and Glacier National Park.*The cajun restaurant in Whitefish Tupelo Grille was awesome!!
This is a big RV resort close to West Glacier town and park entrance. We came with our 25’ RV and reserved a tent pad site to ensure we were up against the edge of the resort. As far as RV resorts go, this is probably as nice as it gets. Just be ready to be surrounded by big pickup trucks and massive fifth wheelers. And be ready to pay up, because it’s not cheap.
I’m not familiar with communes. But hippies are quite common where we are from. This place had the vibe of people just out there living in the outdoors. Locals and travelers alike. All very friendly. Not too loud. It is not regulated here by any means and you can camp anywhere. People seem to give you space though.
We parked in the rocks close to the river. It was beautiful to wake up here in the morning. Serene. Would have stayed longer. It’s close enough to town to get supplies and a short drive to glacier. The river is peaceful here. Plenty of good quality skipping rocks for the kids.
The “road” down to the beach from the asphalt is, well, as described in other posts. Not smooth. We made it though barely. We have. 22’ trailer with NOT good clearance. It scraped a couple times gently to remind us to go slowly. Scout it first if you’re unsure. It’s only 200-300’ of sketchy part but no getting out easy if you change your mind halfway. But if you can make it, do it. The beach area is much flatter and easy to navigate a trailer around once you’re down there. Do it.
Stayed here as part of a 12 day vacation. Nice small rv park just behind a hotel which muffled the street noise a bit. I'd say 40% ish of the park is long term residents, but they were all friendly and stoped by to talk and talk about our rig. The couple who run it are incredibly nice. We were about 75 yards from the showers/bathroom which was nice. This was the first time for us to stay in an RV site with the roof top tent which we took advantage of with an electric heater and blanket for the nights. It was needed because it was high 30's in the mornings. The Glacier Nation Park gate was about 25 miles away. There were a ton of great restaurants and shops near by. I'd highly recommend stopping by the Army Navy Surplus store next to the rv park! I could see if your towing a fifth wheel or have a long setup this location could be a tight squeeze. Ohhhh yeah there is this town siren that goes off every night at 10p sharp…there is a reason behind this with some history, pretty cool…I'll let you look into that!!
I love this campground! Good utilities, fairly level sites, fantastic bathrooms and laundry. Wifi is usable (not fast for streaming videos, but usable for day planning and checking emails, etc). Sites are a bit close together but that's to be expected this close to a NP. Sites are long though so it makes it easier to stagger your camper with your neighbors so you feel like you have a bit more space. All staff I've encountered have been very friendly. Definitely will be back next time I'm in the area!
We enjoyed our time at space #H10 for two reasons there was no one right next to us and it was the close of the season so very few fellow campers. Also due to Covid they were spacing everyone far apart, if this wasn’t the case each campsite would have been too close. The sites on Forest do provide more privacy. We will request one of these next time. All in all, it was a nice campground in the woods. There is not a lot of sunlight so it can get chilly. Bathroom was clean, dump station and other amenities were nice too. Best part, perfect location to get to Glacier National Park.