They have had to remove the majority of trees due to pine beetles. This also improves the view of the marshes, and we saw 3 moose while here. The roads were in bad shape, but the sites were level. There was no host and the bathrooms were not as clean as they could be. Close to many hiking trails and the Moose Visitor Center.
One of the best campgrounds we stayed in the last 6 months. Nicely spaced, paved sites in pines. Very clean grounds and facilities (laundry available too). Many hiking trails along Spring Creek, Williamson River and to the Logging Museum. About 45 minutes to Crater Lake National Park or to Klamath Falls for provisions. Hosts were wonderful at providing information and had wheelbarrows full of firewood for $4.
We used the full hook-ups available in center of campground, but there are also primitive sites on the water that are less expensive. Many hunters use the camp as their base, but all was quiet. Close to Raymond for provisions.
Beautiful coastal campground, but not well maintained (bathrooms not cleaned regularly and site reservation signs unreadable). It is about 40 miles to Forks and further to Aberdeen for supplies. Good access to numerous beaches up and down coast.
Sites were very private and close to trails on bluffs overlooking Strait of Juan de Fuca where we saw whales and sea lions. Only a few sites with good sun exposure (for solar panels). Trails to Dungeness Spit and close to Olympic National Park (Hurricane Ridge) and the Olympic Discovery bike trail. All services available in Sequim and Port Angeles.
Very shady sites with trails to a nice beach on banks of Pend Oreille. Camp staff were very helpful and kept everything in great shape. There were a lot of kids because of the beach, so could be noisy, but everything calmed down at night and the gates were locked. Close to Sandpoint and good base to explore the Idaho panhandle.
Very beautiful on shores of Georgetown Lake with boating access, swimming and lots of wildlife. Host keeps clean vault toilets and there is plenty of free firewood from the thinning of the forest due to pine beetles. Still left plenty of shade.
This is the nicest overall campground we have stayed in. Had very clean facilities and beautifully landscaped grounds. There is some road and train noise, but a wonderful place. The price reflects a Good Sam discount.
The rate reflects 50% discount for "America the Beautiful Pass" (now the Interagency Pass) which is a great deal for a full hookup. There are multiple campgrounds, but the one that offers this deal is the first on the left as you go over the dam: there is a big sign saying "RV PARK." It is next to the Lewis and Clark exhibition and only 18 miles from Dillon. It's a good base for the Pintler Scenic Highway. It can get very windy here. The views of the mountains and lake are unlimited.
Family run business with cabins, RV sites & primitive sites. Very convenient to Glacier (20 miles to west entrance), but also across from railroad tracks (as are a lot of the campgrounds along Rt.2), but you get used to the trains or can close up to decrease noise. Great value for full hook-ups, but no cell service or internet, so plan to get away from it all. Nice cafe with good food. Close to hike to Stanton Lake. Only downside was that the restrooms ran out of paper often and were not as clean as they could be. But again, with the full hook-up, it is easy to use your own facilities. We would stay there again if in the area.
Nicely spaced sites, friendly staff, very clean. Excellent wildlife viewing, nature trail. WiFi is only 20 minutes per day unless purchasing more, then we were shorted a day with no way to contact provider. Leash rules are not enforced. The boat ramp next to the campground was very noisy (motor powered boat wash), and started at 5-7am even though quiet hours supposed to go til 7am. No help from staff to stop the noise. The laundry and a great cafe are located 2 miles away: awesome, huge sourdough pancakes.
Excellent host and the cleanest vault toilets I've seen in awhile. Great wildlife: moose and deer. Sites were along a creek. Great hiking. It's not far from Red Lodge and at the base of the Beartooth Highway.
New owners for very pretty campground. WiFi was intermittent and slow, but they are working on it. Some trouble with laundry being full of unattended clothing. Lots of kids, so can be noisy and some trouble with dogs off leash. Sites were pretty close together. Is nice to be away from road noise and is very convenient to Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Wind & Jewel Caves. Very small tunnels on 89, so use 385/16 to find this park. Good Sam discount and a nice stocked store.
Glacier Basin Campground has been hit hard by the pine beetles, so a lot of the trees have been cut down. There is construction going on with some bath houses, so it's not the prettiest sites (be careful making a reservation--they let us move to a different site). Has good access to the Bear Lake trails and lots of wildlife to watch from camp. Rangers are very attentive and nice. Moraine Park seems to be in better shape in terms of preserved trees and more privacy.
Very nice park, but we were not told when we made the reservation that there is an extra $6 day use fee (or buy an annual pass for $60). Good hiking trails, well-patrolled by park police & hosts, very clean & nice views of mountains & reservoir. Good base for Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Ouray & Telluride. Supplies 5 miles in town of Ridgway.
Red Canyon is a smaller version of Bryce Canyon, just as beautiful. Campground is near hiking, biking trails and a great base for Bryce. Only 10 miles to supplies. Cleanest vault toilets I've ever seen. Recycling available, water and dump station. A great value and beautiful!
Great park: has hiking trails, fishing lagoons, horseback riding, birds and rabbits. Convenient to city park with dog "bark park," as well as stores and restaurants. A good base to explore Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, Jerome and Prescott.
A very well maintained, quiet place which is along a creek. The bathrooms are very clean. There is not much grass, so it is a bit dusty, but well worth the price (only $20 if not hooked to septic). It is about 3 miles to town. It is a great to base out of to tour Arches National Park.