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.
Made an unscheduled stop here because my truck needed preventative maintenance service. This facility is a step above the usual flat, crowded, parking lot RV parks. There are lots of trees with good spacing between sites. Staff is very friendly and quick to serve. Facilities are acceptable, but in need of modernization. The only real downside to this park is due to its location. You will have to endure lots of city traffic noise. However, it is very convenient to services and restaurants. Overall, a good place to stay.
Stayed two nights in order to stock up for the border crossing northbound to Canada/Alaska. Many caravans use this park as the beginning of their trek. Why, I don't know other than it's the only park for miles around that includes significant retail opportunities. THE STAFF IS OUTSTANDING. Friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable of the surrounding area. We had a pull through site and it was easy and level. However, the entrance to the park from the interstate is convoluted and not fun, and it includes a low clearance overhead that concerned us...but we cleared it. TOO CLOSE to the interstate and the accompanying NOISE. Lots of permanent residences on the park and the accumulation of "stuff" lacked appeal. The worst thing about this park was the entrance/exit from the interstate.
Stayed twice ~ way up to AK and on return. Good for overnight. Lots of full time residents, but the staff is wonderfully pleasant, very efficient and you do feel welcomed when you enter the office. Reasonable and centrally located for shopping needs.
Make sure you get there before dark as it is not easy to get into due to the entrance location. Park located in semi-industrial area and adjacent to noisy highway. Mostly long time residents and few campers.
This is a fair overnight stopping place.
I will be looking for another place to stay with my group other than this RV park in the future. We have stayed here now twice and this time, even after making reservations 6 months in advance for several rigs together, we had to split the group up because they were not on top of who is camping in their spots and was given a spot in which someone else was set up already. Instead of fixing the problem, they just told me to go to another spot several spots away and that would be ok. No it is not ok. We will be taking our business to another RV park in the area in the future. We were here 16 years ago and had cable and now there is no cable and no assurance of spots together, even when I had checked a second time a month ago. Not good management at all.
For the location, this is a tidy, well cared-for park. We dropped in on a busy Thursday and were given an ADA site, level and clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. Yes, it's close to a busy street, but the trees and grass help to increase enjoyment. The price was right and it isn't far from the museums and other attractions. A little hard to find, but worth it.
Staff was great. From data base welcomed us back and asked why we were a little later than usual. We stay here as we prepare to leave MT each summer. I fear the restroom rating has carried over from prior years. They are still very clean, but every year they feel more like the portable, modular structure that they are. Not much curb appeal in my mind. Again very clean and functional, but?
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10 / 10 / 10 The second rating category concerns the cleanliness and physical characteristics of toilets, walls, showers, sinks/counters/mirrors and floor. If a park achieves a full point in each of the above, it receives a star (), indicating exceptionally clean restrooms.
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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From Jct I-15 & 10th Ave S (Exit 278): Go 1/8 mi E on 10th Ave S to Exit 0, then 1/4 mi N on 14th St SW, then 1/4 mi E on 13th Ave SW (dead end) (R) From Jct of US-87 (15th St) & 10th Ave S: Go 2 1/2 mi W on 10th Ave S to Exit 0, then (same as above from Exit 0) (R)