Great campground for summer. The lake is beautiful and cool. Large boat access area. There is a nice trail through the area, day use and overnight spaces. A little camp store with the basics. Not a lot of shade so make sure to bring sunscreen. Keep an eye out for snakes on the trail. The road is very bumpy to get to the lake. No cell phone service with Verizon. A couple vault toilets. A pump spigot.
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, volleyball court, basketball, and pools. The wifi was pretty good. The bathrooms could use some updating. They are nice single occupancy toilet/shower combos but some had damage on the tile, missing soap dispenser, non functional paper towel dispensers. Close to town but no city noise.
Nice little campground, only 6 sites and vault toilet. There is a water spigot available as well. The sites are pretty level and spacious. It is right next to the highway so it can have bad highway noise. But really close to lots of nice hikes and fishing holes. I did not get cell phone service with Verizon. Pretty close to Memorial Falls which is a really nice hike.
Beautiful little campground with a creek running through. About 10 sites. The campground is large enough for small trailers. Some sites are not terribly level and they were all quite overgrown with flowers and weeds. One vault toilet. Definitely bear country and be very cautious about ticks. Make sure to store food properly. No cell phone service with Verizon.
The location of the campground is great, very close to the mountain town of Whitefish Montana and right along Whitefish Lake. The sites are small and the road is narrow but it is beautiful. I would be cautious about bringing any large campers to this area but the tent sites are nice. Be aware of ticks. Some sites are nice and level but others have a heavy slope.
Enjoyed my stay but it is in a very busy location. You either access the campground through a busy downtown area or a narrow residential area. The campground itself is very large but crowded. The RV sites have some space between them but not a lot. The tent sites are nicely surrounded by trees. The laundry area is spacious and well stocked. I really appreciated that the bathrooms had individual stalls and showers. I enjoyed my stay but this could be an extremely busy and crowded campground during peak season. The Camp store was well stocked and reasonably priced.
Really excellent location right inside Glacier National Park limits and walking distance to Lake McDonald. I had very limited cell phone service with Verizon at the campground but I had 4G at the lake. The sites were spacious enough. Most sites had a semi circle type parking so easy to get in and out for trailers. Bathroom was ok but there was no soap. No wifi. Trash receptacles were available. The showers were not great. Deer frequented the sites. Proper food storage is very important. It was nice and quiet while I was there but during peak summer months would likely be very busy and crowded.
Beautiful spot with great views of Flathead Lake. The RV sites were nice and spacious and level with their own patio and chairs. They also offer cabins and tent sites. Some tent sites have water and electric. I was car camping and I had a strange campsite by the cabins for a tent but I couldn't park at the site. There was a small lot close by so that was fine but it also seemed pretty far from the bathrooms. The bathroom was very clean and I loved the private showers. The laundry area was spacious and clean. They also had several brochures on local activities. The wifi didn't seem to reach the tent sites though.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, the campground staff was extremely accommodating when I had to change my dates of stay and were very friendly. The wifi was ok, bathrooms were clean, and the sites were level. However, the bathrooms were very outdated, the laundry room was in need of repair, there was a great deal of construction at the campground. There is also a train that passes very near the campground and can be heard at all hours of the day and night. It never woke me up but I can certainly see it being a problem. There is also a lot of highway noise, easy freeway access means large truck noise. I think part of why I enjoyed my stay was the time of year. It wasn't too busy. My last night there, I had a very large camper pull in so close there was barely 2 ft from my front door to their slide out. Again, while I enjoyed my stay very much, it may not be right for everyone.
But expensive for the lack of services, the cheapest site is $20. Nice large sites, two fault toilets, no Verizon cell service. Right on the water, if you like boating there is a small boat ramp. It looks like there is a water pump but it was locked when I stayed, maybe COVID or winter. Trash services are available. Bear area so make sure to store your food properly, they do have a few bear storage units. Right off the highway which is convenient but can be quiet loud.
Nice campground, lots of sites, solid wifi. Walking distance to a fun coffee shop. There is often a farmers market in Columbia Falls. Great location to explore Glacier National Park. Nice clean bathrooms. Can get very busy in the summer, some sites feel a little close together. A little pricey for how crowded the sites can be.
I stayed here late winter and it looks like half the sites are closed in the winter. In addition to rv sites they offer full service cabins, dry cabins, and yurts. The facility is quite nice. Large, clean, individual bathrooms with showers. The sites are large enough and flat, but fairly close and many sites don't have a table. They also appeared to be doing a lot of construction. Decent wifi. There is also a good sized fire pit in RV area which I enjoyed. The do allow packages to be delivered. They are about 45 minutes to Jackson through a mountain pass. If you visit in the winter, make sure to bring chains as this pass can get pretty rough. Overall I enjoyed my stay, deducting one star as they seemed pretty expensive for the sites to be so close and construction equipment every where.
Great spot by the river. There are 2 larger sized spaces that fit a 20ft camper very easily and an additional 6 sites that look to be more for tents. There is also a small parking lot. No hook ups, no trash, but there is one vault toilet and Verizon has soild cell phone reception. The road could be a little rough in snow or ice. Highway 87 is a bit of a climb out of Idaho Falls towards Bozeman but it is through Targhee National Forest and it is beautiful. Not a lot of hiking trails but if you like fishing this is a great spot. There is also a small boat launch.