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This place overall is pretty amazing Parks pool playsets petting zoo it's got all the p's. Perfectly level pad in the trees fire pit and picnic table in your own little grassy area cabins tents glamping RVs tent camping got it all one downside is the internet is super spotty.
No hookups, great fire pit and picnic tables. Plenty of space for multiple vehicles in each spot. Level and right by the water. All the spots have evening shade. Big mature trees. pit toilet if you need it
Freeze Out Lake Waterfowl Manage Area's campground it a free campground. If you wish to camp here be prepared for more of a disperse camping experience. While the site does have a vault toilet that is about it. "sites" are not labeled and appear mainly to be by rows of brush. Each site is a…
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Park is a nice area to relax with numerous walking trails. Fishing opportunities, FWP fish hatchery and one of the shortest rivers in the world (water coming up from Gaint Springs, feeding the river, comes undergrounds from 50+ miles away in the Big Belt mountains).
Cabin stays cool in the summer and has wood stove for cold winters. Propane stove makes cooking easy. Creek nearby for water (or campground a few miles up road has well and spring with potable water). Lots of activities nearby rock hounding/fossils, hikes, small waterfall, swimming in creek.
Lots of sites you can drive up to. Views of mountains in far distance. Free to camp - no fires.
The host here is great, and the local area is great. But if you are tent camping, beware. There is not really a good tent camping spot, as the sprinkler system will start every few hours and basically ruin your stay.
BIG campground and therefore has traffic / people noise, but otherwise quiet (not near a highway or trains,etc). Sites are small and close together and not much screening, but are tidy and fairly level. Nice play area for kids. Bathrooms are really nice and clean, and are a shower-toilet combo.…
The campground is okay, but the disbursed spots along the river are awesome! Some of the best spots you can find!
In an area of mostly open fields, this KOA is filled with nice trees. It is a very large campground with RV sites, cabins, and tent sites. This is a very kid friendly campground, almost too much. Twice within an hour a train full of kids rolled by my site shouting. There is a large playground,…
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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…
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We stayed one night here. It is a nice campground in an urban area. It seemed that it needed a little landscape maintenance and was a bit dusty. Most everything was shut down for the season which is something to keep in mind if you visit in the fall.
Nice campground. Love the Pelican point pond. Great for kids.
This place has amazing view with some awesome walking trails. There is also a salmon feeding station which can be fun to see. In. The winter this place provides some really nice sledding experiences. One of the coolest things here is the WORLD’S SMALLEST RIVER! Called the Roe River at 201 feet
I camp here with Boy Scouts since the place is often reserved for youth organizations. In the winter it can be fun but to climb some hills. Each campground has cabins which hold about 11 people and tent spaces out side. The cabin do have semi-decent heating, but not AC. The bathrooms are really big…