I’ll start with the thing to be aware of: you’ll be camping 200’ from I-90. But we found our ear plugs did a good job of quieting that noise enough for us to get a good sleep.
Once inside the park you’ll find it clean and green. The bathrooms are really clean and the showers are great. It has water, electric, sewage, fair WiFi and washer/ driers.
From other guests it sounds as if there are several sites at this location. The first one was taken and we passed under the railroad trestle and drive 1/4 miles to a pull in place that sits in an embankment overlooking the Clark Fork.
Beautiful and secluded spot. No amenities other than a fire ring. We did not drive further down the road to confirm whether there was a toilet there.
The campground is a super scenic spot to pitch camp in an RV in a tranquil setting surrounded by mountains and forests. There are twenty-five standard non-electric sites at the campground that are operated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Every site is along Birch Creek and has a picnic table and fire pit. There 5-6 toilets buildings spread through the camping area. At least one has potable water. Route 28 runs parallel to the creek 300’ - 500’ away, but we couldn’t hear the traffic over the sound of the creek.
The road through the campground is well graded.