Moose Creek Resort Good Sam Verified Campground

11505 Hwy 2 E, West Glacier, MT 59936

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 3.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
(4 reviews) 3.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
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Address

11505 Hwy 2 E
West Glacier, MT, 59936

Coordinates:
48.462740, -114.002760
Elevation:
3,200 ft (975 m)

Open May 1 - September 30

Contact

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Facility

Type: Campground
Partial Handicap Access
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Spaces available: 55
Site length (Max length): 65 (65)
Paved sites: 19
Gravel sites: 36
Pull-thru size: 20 x 65
Pull-thrus: 26
Back-in size: 22 x 42
Room for slideouts: Yes
Number of full hookups: 24
Number of sewer: 24
Number of electric: 31
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry

Playground
Horseshoes
ATV riding
Mountain biking
Rock/mountain climbing
Mountain biking
Rock/mountain climbing
Snow sports
Hunting season: None
Hunting season: None

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Hiking
Kayaking / canoeing
ATV riding
Kayaking / canoeing
ATV riding
Mountain biking
Rock/mountain climbing
Hunting nearby (within 20 miles)
Rock/mountain climbing
Hunting nearby (within 20 miles)

Military Discount

3.5 (4 reviews) 3.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
3.2
Restroom
3.2
Appeal
4
What is being rated?
5 5 out of 5 stars 06/14/2021

LOVED this park. We liked how there were trees separating each site. The restrooms were clean and the kids loved the play area.

1 1 out of 5 stars 08/29/2020

My family and I rented two Shelters and to our surprise upon arrival the Shelters were extremely dirty and smelt terrible. The mattress pads in both Shelters were disgusting, vomit, dirt and not sure what the rest was. We did bring our own linen, But no way was I going to sleep on that. My wife spoke to the front desk to inform them of the condition of the Shelters. A lady and young boy came with cleaning supplies to clean them. They removed all the mattress pads from both Shelters to have them... Read More

My family and I rented two Shelters and to our surprise upon arrival the Shelters were extremely dirty and smelt terrible. The mattress pads in both Shelters were disgusting, vomit, dirt and not sure what the rest was. We did bring our own linen, But no way was I going to sleep on that. My wife spoke to the front desk to inform them of the condition of the Shelters. A lady and young boy came with cleaning supplies to clean them. They removed all the mattress pads from both Shelters to have them washed and put back on. I would think this should have been done in advance. There was trash left around both Shelters. We were there approximately an hour trying to find somewhere else to stay while my wife got our refund. My wife told them there was no way we could stay in the Shelters and she thanked them for the refund and left. We also left a review on trip advisor were the owners stated these were false claims and even made false claims against us. Remember if the Shelters were clean there would have been no need to come with cleaning supplies or have the mattress pads washed.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 06/30/2020

Only saw one Good Sam review and it was from 2017. New owners started in 2018 and you will enjoy this park! Only 3 miles from the west entrance of Glacier National Park, it's a beautiful place to stay. Owned and ran by a young couple with three children 14 and under. We stayed in a buddy site with friends with each of us facing different directions and sharing a picnic table in the middle. While some sites are paved, the majority seem to be gravel nestled in between the trees. No individual campfires... Read More

Only saw one Good Sam review and it was from 2017. New owners started in 2018 and you will enjoy this park! Only 3 miles from the west entrance of Glacier National Park, it's a beautiful place to stay. Owned and ran by a young couple with three children 14 and under. We stayed in a buddy site with friends with each of us facing different directions and sharing a picnic table in the middle. While some sites are paved, the majority seem to be gravel nestled in between the trees. No individual campfires but my favorite activity was 7:00 PM group campfires where we got to sit and talk with other campers, either getting to know them or talking about what they did that day. They have a small dining area by the office and even though they have it closed due to Covid-19 they handed out a menu that you could text for breakfast, cinnamon roll or coffee and then pick up for takeout! Another first for us, toilets plumbed with hot water so heat radiating off the water warmed your exterior when you shut down! The showers had heating lights in timers. Very children friendly with basketball, horse shoes, volley ball, tether ball and a swing set. Saw new WiFi mast antennae's in the park, cell and WiFi were great!
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3 3 out of 5 stars 08/27/2017

First, the good. Nice large sites with plenty of room for a big rig. Some sites are paved. Full hookups work well. Lots of trees and shade. Price is high but not compared to the other parks in this NP area. Now, the negative. WiFi is spotty at best. It doesn't work all that great in the morning or evening. During the day when use is light, its fair. Don't depend on it. The bathrooms have NO towels to dry your hands. Can't believe this park is so cheap not to provide a way to dry your hands. In the... Read More

First, the good. Nice large sites with plenty of room for a big rig. Some sites are paved. Full hookups work well. Lots of trees and shade. Price is high but not compared to the other parks in this NP area. Now, the negative. WiFi is spotty at best. It doesn't work all that great in the morning or evening. During the day when use is light, its fair. Don't depend on it. The bathrooms have NO towels to dry your hands. Can't believe this park is so cheap not to provide a way to dry your hands. In the laundry room, on the wall is a sign with all the things you can't do. There are literally dozens of "don'ts" you can't do. You will need to mortgage your house to cover the laundry fees. As long as you ignore the management, you should be fine. The office manager needs some lessons in friendliness. She is a real grump. Try not to ask her too many questions. You will not receive the wifi password, so you'll have to ask. You won't receive a camping "don't" list. Don't ask for it. Prices in the gift shop are exorbitant. Price of a huckleberry pie is $50. They don't sell many. Park is close to Glacier's entrance and a nice place to stay as long as you stay clear of the management.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 06/14/2021

LOVED this park. We liked how there were trees separating each site. The restrooms were clean and the kids loved the play area.

1 1 out of 5 stars 08/29/2020

My family and I rented two Shelters and to our surprise upon arrival the Shelters were extremely dirty and smelt terrible. The mattress pads in both Shelters were disgusting, vomit, dirt and not sure what the rest was. We did bring our own linen, But no way was I going to sleep on that. My wife spoke to the front desk to inform them of the condition of the Shelters. A lady and young boy came with cleaning supplies to clean them. They removed all the mattress pads from both Shelters to have them... Read More

My family and I rented two Shelters and to our surprise upon arrival the Shelters were extremely dirty and smelt terrible. The mattress pads in both Shelters were disgusting, vomit, dirt and not sure what the rest was. We did bring our own linen, But no way was I going to sleep on that. My wife spoke to the front desk to inform them of the condition of the Shelters. A lady and young boy came with cleaning supplies to clean them. They removed all the mattress pads from both Shelters to have them washed and put back on. I would think this should have been done in advance. There was trash left around both Shelters. We were there approximately an hour trying to find somewhere else to stay while my wife got our refund. My wife told them there was no way we could stay in the Shelters and she thanked them for the refund and left. We also left a review on trip advisor were the owners stated these were false claims and even made false claims against us. Remember if the Shelters were clean there would have been no need to come with cleaning supplies or have the mattress pads washed.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 06/30/2020

Only saw one Good Sam review and it was from 2017. New owners started in 2018 and you will enjoy this park! Only 3 miles from the west entrance of Glacier National Park, it's a beautiful place to stay. Owned and ran by a young couple with three children 14 and under. We stayed in a buddy site with friends with each of us facing different directions and sharing a picnic table in the middle. While some sites are paved, the majority seem to be gravel nestled in between the trees. No individual campfires... Read More

Only saw one Good Sam review and it was from 2017. New owners started in 2018 and you will enjoy this park! Only 3 miles from the west entrance of Glacier National Park, it's a beautiful place to stay. Owned and ran by a young couple with three children 14 and under. We stayed in a buddy site with friends with each of us facing different directions and sharing a picnic table in the middle. While some sites are paved, the majority seem to be gravel nestled in between the trees. No individual campfires but my favorite activity was 7:00 PM group campfires where we got to sit and talk with other campers, either getting to know them or talking about what they did that day. They have a small dining area by the office and even though they have it closed due to Covid-19 they handed out a menu that you could text for breakfast, cinnamon roll or coffee and then pick up for takeout! Another first for us, toilets plumbed with hot water so heat radiating off the water warmed your exterior when you shut down! The showers had heating lights in timers. Very children friendly with basketball, horse shoes, volley ball, tether ball and a swing set. Saw new WiFi mast antennae's in the park, cell and WiFi were great!
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3 3 out of 5 stars 08/27/2017

First, the good. Nice large sites with plenty of room for a big rig. Some sites are paved. Full hookups work well. Lots of trees and shade. Price is high but not compared to the other parks in this NP area. Now, the negative. WiFi is spotty at best. It doesn't work all that great in the morning or evening. During the day when use is light, its fair. Don't depend on it. The bathrooms have NO towels to dry your hands. Can't believe this park is so cheap not to provide a way to dry your hands. In the... Read More

First, the good. Nice large sites with plenty of room for a big rig. Some sites are paved. Full hookups work well. Lots of trees and shade. Price is high but not compared to the other parks in this NP area. Now, the negative. WiFi is spotty at best. It doesn't work all that great in the morning or evening. During the day when use is light, its fair. Don't depend on it. The bathrooms have NO towels to dry your hands. Can't believe this park is so cheap not to provide a way to dry your hands. In the laundry room, on the wall is a sign with all the things you can't do. There are literally dozens of "don'ts" you can't do. You will need to mortgage your house to cover the laundry fees. As long as you ignore the management, you should be fine. The office manager needs some lessons in friendliness. She is a real grump. Try not to ask her too many questions. You will not receive the wifi password, so you'll have to ask. You won't receive a camping "don't" list. Don't ask for it. Prices in the gift shop are exorbitant. Price of a huckleberry pie is $50. They don't sell many. Park is close to Glacier's entrance and a nice place to stay as long as you stay clear of the management.
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11505 Hwy 2 E, West Glacier, MT 59936
Coordinates: 48.462740, -114.002760
Elevation: 3200

Directions
From Jct US 93 & Hwy 40: Go 20-1/2 mi E on Hwy 40 / US 2 (L) (MP-150.5) Note: Hwy 40 becomes US 2 in Columbia Falls

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