We stayed here for ten days and I have to say: it was a fairly nice place, IF you stay in the area that is more open with the pull through sites as previously mentioned by other reviewers. There are beautiful views of the mountains on that side. Yes, there are some people who live in mobile homes on that side, but I found them to be well kept without any junk outside. The other side of the park had people living in old RV's so I would avoid that side. The owners are a little rough around the edges, but they do accommodate you if you need help. We stayed in site 49 and sadly, there was a woman beside us who seemed to be here for the duration with four small barking dogs. (I think she was working for the summer.) It was a nice site though (back in) with shade and a fence on one side for privacy. They do have Wi-Fi, although it was very slow at times. It went out once for half a day and when I called the office, they did fix it. Overall, I would stay here again as the location is really nice and close to everything. There are two more RV resorts down the road, but they would have a lot of road noise and the sites were really close together.
We always stay here on our way to and from Montana from Washington state, each year. It is a great park. Very clean and the staff is friendly. The Wi-Fi works very well and the restrooms are really nice; roomy and clean. I highly recommend it for a short or a lengthy stay, as there is lots to do in the Coeur d'Alene area.
We have stayed in the RV section at Edgewater for many years. While the managers are fantastic (friendly and will respond to your every need), the owner lives out of state and is reluctant to put any money into the place toward upgrades. My biggest complaint is he continues to raise the prices over the years, yet he refuses to put in Wi-Fi. In this day and age, you cannot call yourself a "resort" and not have Wi-Fi (especially at these prices). Manager lady is kind enough to give her personal Wi-Fi code so guests can log on at the office or the rec room, but there is no actual Wi-Fi in the park. As mentioned in the previous review, the trees have been dying off over the years and not being replaced. The bathrooms are spotless and the park is in a wonderful location (just across the road from beautiful Flathead Lake). We will continue to return due to the managers, the cleanliness of the park and the location; but I do wish the owner would start putting money back into the park and not just take his money and run.