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.
Nice, shaded RV Park. Easy to get in and out.
WIFi -- good to excellent. Cable TV -- over 60 channels, but some channels had better reception than others (but could still see picture).
Libby has trains running through so expect some train whistles at night.
Only two unisex restrooms for the entire park (each restroom had a toilet, shower and sink), but we had no problem accessing them. PAID showers, 25 cents for 2.5 minutes, so less than a dollar a shower.
No park map is available, either on-line or at the office. Would be helpful to choose a site of your preference.
All in all, we would stay here again. There is lots to do in Libby MT: Libby Dam, Hwy 37 scenic byway to Rexford/Eureka, Kootenai Falls and Swinging Bridge, Ross Creek Cedars Grove, ...
Full hookups with cable TV and wifi that actually works? Wow! And, in a forest setting, with pine trees and lotsa room between sites. What more could you ask for? This place is as nice an RV park as any we've stayed in during our 40 years of RVing. You won't be disappointed.
We drove in here late on evening in pouring rain after a long drive from Glacier Park. Not many parks on this highway and we were thrilled to find one hoping they would have room. The managers took us under their wing, even though it was closing time, and found a spot for our RV, escorted us to the spot and set us up. They were wonderful. It is a park in town along a creek, with trees and nice amenities, full hookups and cable TV. It is on the main street but not a busy street and we really didn't hear much noise. It was only for one night but for a nice stop on a long trip, it is well worthwhile. Recommend.
We had a reservation to stay here on August 25th and after arriving, we loved this RV Park so much that we adjusted our other reservations for our trip so that we could stay one more night here. It was not very full, so we had no one next to us on either side. It was so peaceful and quiet with a lot of large shade trees. We were in a Creekside site and had a large grass area behind our motorhome. It was so nice to sit in our lounge chairs on the grass in the shade of the large trees. The creek was not very high, but we liked listening to it in the background. The bathrooms and showers were clean, but we usually use the one in our motorhome. The staff were very nice and helpful. The only con was that their wifi was not working well which forced us to sit and relax, as a vacation should be. In the future when we travel through Montana, we will make sure that we route our trip so that we can spend a couple of nights here. Very enjoyable and quiet here!
This is a very nice older RV Park with lots of trees and open grassy spaces between gravel sites. It is on U.S. Hwy 2 and the sites closer to the highway may be noisier but we chose a “Creekside” site for an additional charge which was back farther from the highway and very quiet.
Our site #13 was near the creek which was not very high and in the summer it could encourage bugs. Lots of open grass area behind our site.
The bathroom/showers were individual rooms with each room having a toilet, sink, and pay shower. Even though it is a pay shower it appears that it is as long as you want for 50 cents.
Owner is very nice and helpful and will guide you to your site and help you back in as there are a lot of trees so it would be easy to back into one if you are not aware.
There were not a lot a people here so hard to tell how it would be if it were full.
Wi-fi was very good – but again with more people there it might have slowed down and the cable tv was very good too.
Rate is reflective of Good Sam discount plus an additional 10% for reserving online.
We would stay here again.
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