Close to interstate and one of MT busiest truck stops. Bathrooms and laundry rooms were dirty. Sign on office door indicated that the office would open at 9am, but by 11:30 am it had still not opened. RV sites were level and clean.
Easy access from the interstate. Some highway noise. Sites are close, however facilities are very well maintained. River easy bike ride away. Restaurant just a walk across the street.
Passing through ND in late October and needed a place to stay and this campground worked out well. The folks were accommodating. They don’t take credit cards though. The campground was clean and RV sites graveled and level. The water was turned off due to the recent freezing weather. The associated bar and grill were filled with locals. Bison herd and western novelist Louis L’Amour birthplace near by.
This is one of our favorites for early and late season camping. The weather is unpredictable so be prepared. The campground is spartan with 12 sites, two outhouses, and a spring for water. There are also several bear-proof food boxes scattered about. There are no other services. Cell service can found a few miles down the road. The road is gravel/dirt and can be very muddy and bumpy. The road can also be closed by snow in spring and fall. Wildlife viewing is endless with Trumper Swans, elk, deer, Pronghorn Antelope, grizzly bear, moose and hundreds of waterfowl. Only a couple of sites could accommodate larger RVs. Road would be challenging.
A very nice small town town campground east of Montana’s front range. Several level pull-through RV sites with electricity. Dumpster and water hydrant near by in the campground. Large new community playground adjacent to the RV sites. Sparsely used in October/November. 14 day limit. We look forward to staying here again.