A beautiful and peaceful little place that has tons of personality. Nice landscaping and lots of bird feeders and sculptures all about. Very accommodating staff, very friendly and helpful. The space was nice, and we had plenty of room between us and neighbors. We did lose electricity for an entire day, which meant no water either, but I can't hold that against the park owners. Wi-Fi worked well, except during the outage.
A beautiful and peaceful park, with very long sites. Unfortunately, the length of the sites doesn't matter because the hook-ups are located at the far back of the site. We had at least sisty feet to work with, but we had to stay at the very back of the site or buy super-long extensions for our sewer hoses. We wanted to pull through without unhooking our tow dolly, but even with all that space we had to unhook. As flat as the place is, there's really seems to be no reason that none of the sites are level: they all slant down in the back. There was no Wi-Fi except in the office, and they told me they had been having a problem with their repeaters for at least a month, but it still wasn't fixed. I wish they had told me this before I checked in and set up!
Even though we made our reservations two months in advance, we were still put in a horrid little spot that would have had our dining room window some 18 inches from that of our neighbors. (The set-up where they had us, is such that one RV backs in, while the neighbor pulls in front-forward). When I check into a hotel, I don't want a window to my neighbor's room! When we told them the space was unacceptable, they gave us very few options for change. When we did get settled in, we found that we had no Wi-Fi; the office told us we were probably "too far away" to use it. All in all, the feeling was that the park strongly favors their yearly visitors, and that those of us who are here for two or three nights really don't matter much. By the way, if you're trying to call them for a reservation, I was amazed to hear the woman in the office tell at least six callers they'd have to call back while I was checking in. The phone wouldn't stop ringing, and only one person was there to check people in and answer the phones! It took us six weeks of calling to finally make a reservation, now I know why.
For a few extra bucks, it's worth it to stay here as opposed to the other park, where they pack vehicles in. We had a nice, comfortable pull-through with lots of trees, very little noise (except for the construction), and no immediate neighbors to look in our windows. There really are no services other than the basics, though--nowhere to get tourist information or anything like that without driving into Banff (which is a wonderful town). If you're trying to decide between here and Lake Louise, I would suggest here--Banff is a great town with tons to do, great places to eat, and a very youthful atmosphere. Lake Louise is much more touristic, much more crowded, and much less fun--there are lots of people with tons of money there, but you won't find the friendliness and relaxed atmosphere that we loved in Banff.
Very nice park run by very nice people. We were driving by early in the morning, and they let us check in early with no problems. The grass and trees are beautiful, as is the river that runs right by the park. There is a bit of road noise during the day, but it's very quiet at night. We stayed in a 31' with tow dolly, and had plenty of room in our pull-through site for both the RV and the car. The town of Twisp is small, but we found a great bakery there, as well as several other eateries, and lots of friendliness. We definitely would stay here again.