cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
The resort is an owner/resident style that is limited to only class A motorcoaches. The sites all face Flathead lake and are built in tiers along a small hill. The sites are all different with some sites gravel parking and other paved. There are differing build outs on each site depending on the preference of the owner of that particular site. The office is shared with the KOA which is located on the adjacent property. The park has a small workout room and business center along with a bathroom, shower and laundry building that were all clean. The wifi worked decently for most of our stay. Given the price and the minimal amenities, we were not impressed. We have stayed at several of these exclusive owner/resident resorts around the country and we put this one towards the bottom of that list. See our full reviews and pictures at thegilliamsisland.
Great location with beautiful views. Facility is well kept with many owner occupied lots. Roads are tight for getting rigs in and out but they have assistance when you arrive. Wifi was poor, surprising for a park of this stature. Expensive by any standard, especially because many of the rental lots are gravel, (must pay more for concrete pads). Not sure the owners really like the rental business as it wasn't the friendliest park we've stayed in. Staff was great. Value for the money, 3.
This is what I think of when I hear “motorcoach resort.” Very nice, clean park with great views of Flathead Lake and the surrounding mountains, even from inside our coach.
Interior roads are paved and easy to navigate. Our site was concrete as are most. There are some that are still gravel.
Our site (169) had a great outdoor kitchen and furniture with fire pit. Many sites, like this one, are privately owned so the amenities vary depending on what the site owner has done with it. The amenities and type of site also dictate the price.
Wifi wasn’t very good but my Verizon MiFi worked good and allowed me to work as needed.
This park is right next door to their KOA park, which looked like one of the nicest parks I’ve seen with the exception of this class A only park. We also had access to the KOA amenities like the pool, playground, and putt putt golf (fee to play golf).
Plenty of things to do locally such as the farmer’s market, museum, Kerr dam, Glacier National Park (1.5-hour drive away).
I would definitely recommend this park and hope to stay here again.
Very upscale and so clean. Great Manager! We had booked 4 nights here, but decided to add 5 more nights. The views are spectacular and we loved the outdoor kitchen and fire pit that was available. If we are ever in this area, we will certainly stay here again. They have a very nice stocked store with gifts and trinkets. We enjoyed an ice cream social and pot luck dinner while here. Fantastic people!
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Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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