The previous review of this campground is accurate. The road up to the park entrance is paved. There are 18 backin 30A sites and 6 pull-through 50A sites. Sites are on grass and fairly level. All sites are satellite friendly. This is a nice place to stay to visit the east side of Glacier NP when all the other campgrounds are full. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A rustic and rural well kept campground in an area where large, long, wide, pull throughs are hard to find. 19 miles west of Cutbank, MT and 15 miles east of Browning, MT., then 3.7 mi North on highway 444. It is a short drive in on a narrow but adequate road to the park. If rustic or rural is not your cup of tea, don't stop. If a very quiet and friendly stay with 50 amp, huge, level, grass pull throughs, and water is all you need, you will be happy. Open June through August or by appointment. Mosquito spray recommended. (We use a spray bottle with Listerene around the rig and entrance door.) My price reflects the fact that they were not fully open for business when we stayed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the only 'campground' in Browning. Take a long, dusty road to an unattended RV park with 10 spaces. The park is just west of the intersection of US 2 and MT 89 about 1/2 mile toward the Canadian border. I had to walk around horse droppings to hook-up the electric. The 50 amp service was good. This is not a destination resort. Maybe I can find someone in the morning to give my $20 to. Water and electric only. There is a dump station. If you are really tired and need to stop then it is OK. All 10 spaces were full the day I was there - during Native American days - mid-July. We camped here in a Motorhome.