July 3, 2021 - reviewed by Jen
Ok spot. Only 30 amp with little shade for 100 degree days. If you didn’t have full hookup it was $2 for 8 minute showers. Wouldn’t recommend.
August 20, 2020 - reviewed by Papa D
Glacier Peak RV Park
Seems to have many long term tenants with dilapidated units in disrepair. Grounds are not well maintained. Basically, it's a dump. 30 amp service is "IFFY". No 50 amp. No sewer connection. Wouldn't recommend unless a last resort (our case).
August 30, 2019 - reviewed by Sara
We enjoyed our stay at Glacier Peaks RV Park! It was very clean and the owners we so friendly, like most people in Whitefish. The price was a little more pricey than some other places we have stayed at but nothing you wouldn't expect for a tourist town in the summertime. The Farmer's Market on Tuesday evening was so fun and we thoroughly enjoyed our trip around Glacier Peak National Forest. LuLu's Cafe on the square was amazing - get the lemon stuffed raspberry French toast! Our trip to Montana was impromptu to actually purchase our Quad·Pod. We drove all the way from Ft. Worth, Texas and were not disappointed in our first RV stay with our new to us camper! Thank you, Glacier Peaks RV Park! We will be back!
July 21, 2019 - reviewed by RGV
Over a six-week travel. This was the most expensive RV park I stayed at at just under $50 a night for as it turns out power and water only! Although advertised with many amenities. During the check-in process I was not told many things. No sewer connections and no sanitary dump on premises, only some spots have cable. Wifi is unusable.
One toilet in the one working restroom on the men's side for the entire Campground! Totally unacceptable. I could go on and on. I would never return here nor would I recommend staying here.
Most spots have mature trees there's a few open spots for satellite connections.
July 29, 2018 - reviewed by Rip
20 Miles From Glacier NP
Good place to stay while visiting Glacier NP. Has a 10yr old restriction on RVs, so all were nice, maybe a few long term campers. All gravel roads and sites, some grass and fine dirt at sites.