3out of 5 stars
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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.
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Helpful Reviews: 14
Nestled in the woods along the Clarke Fork River and just off I-90, Beavertail Hill was a great place to spend a night. Sites are gravel and level, but only offer electric hookups. If you stay in a pull-through site, I'd recommend that you drive the wrong way around the loop when parking or else your door will open up into the road (not ideal). There are a handful of water spigots throughout the campground, but filling up tanks can be a little awkward because of how close some sites are to the public water access (feels kind of like you're invading the space of other campers).
There is a very nice self-guided nature trail that winds through the park, and a firewood vending machine ($5, cash only).
Be aware... this campground does not have a dump station and there are none nearby either. Also, I'd recommend packing bug spray as mosquitoes are in abundance.
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