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39 RV Parks near Coram, Montana
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Park is near railroad tracks, trains come by every 30 minutes all night very noisy. Site are very close together. The resort is right on Hwy 2, lots of traffic noise, especially the trucks. The highway does quiet down later at night. There is no Verizon service or TV either air or satellite. There was no water the last day we were there, they had trouble with the well. Hardly got a sorry from the owners. The food in the lodge was good. - Soggy
Jul 2013 - $27.00
Found this park online and was leery at some reviews, but we went ahead and made reservations. We got there and were pleasantly surprised. The owner and his son and family were extremely courteous and helpful. We hated to leave! The bathhouse was extremely clean. There were two bathrooms that took a key to open and were locked by an additional deadbolt once you entered! Wish the restaurant was open more hours but understand it is not financially feasible at this time! It is located between Essex and West Glacier. We will return! - DigMyPast
Aug 2010 - $25.00
Family run business with cabins, RV sites & primitive sites. Very convenient to Glacier (20 miles to west entrance), but also across from railroad tracks (as are a lot of the campgrounds along Rt.2), but you get used to the trains or can close up to decrease noise. Great value for full hook-ups, but no cell service or internet, so plan to get away from it all. Nice cafe with good food. Close to hike to Stanton Lake. Only downside was that the restrooms ran out of paper often and were not as clean as they could be. But again, with the full hook-up, it is easy to use your own facilities. We would stay there again if in the area. - shepherdmoon
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Here's an idea - when things break fix them. While we were there the WiFi wasn't working in the park although, sometimes you could get a signal by going to the office. When you check in they will say, Oh, it's not working very well. The fact is it's not working at all in the park, period. They have two sets of restrooms/showers, one set has a sign on the men's room door, "out of order". In the other men's room, one of the urinals has a bag over it with a sign, "out of order". The bathroom was in poor condition and needs to be remodeled.. And the cable service was horrible. Do you see a trend here? On the plus side, we had a pull-through with full hookups (50amp electric) and that worked. Driveways and site pads are gravel except for the entrance driveway and main peripheral drive are asphalt. We paid $50 per night. - Coopsecondact
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Park is located on very busy Highway 2, so road noise is loud and constant. Interior paved roads are big rig friendly with gravel, closely treed sites that require some maneuvering for slideouts and awnings. The power was good but water pressure fluctuations caused issues. One visit to bathrooms was enough. Hosts are very friendly and helpful. Wood is available for purchase to use in the tire rim fireplaces. - RJourney
Jun 2016 - $29.00
The site was rather short, couldn't get the truck into spot with 40' coach. Owner complained if tires were touching the "grass"...such as it was. Water pressure was not consistent. The restrooms in the main building were very old and could use remodeling. Also, they had a bathroom smell if you know what I mean. That said, it was still a value because we stayed on a weekly rate. It is a good place to stay if you are touring the Glacier Park area. It is one of the few places in the area that allows campfires. - marvls
Jun 2019 - $42.00
Small family owned small campground, 46 sites. Quite a few Pull-thrus. I feel the sites are roomy. A few have some pine trees that might need you to adjust your parking a bit. WiFi was very good when park was mostly full and excellent when things thinned out. They have 3 separate full bathrooms with walk-in showers. Spotless and they even have bath mats to use then throw them in the laundry basket. Clean Laundry but a little pricey , $2.00 a load w & d. Maintained nicely, grass cut at least once a week. Beautiful views of the mountains. Only negative is the 4 lane highway noise but we have been here a month and are in the front of the park close to the highway. 20 miles from Glacier National Park. Flathead lake is GORGEOUS. . - CookieRV
Sep 2018 - $44.00
Park is small, neat, well cared for. Beyond their control is the highway with pavement damage due to studded snow tires, so the sound really carries over to the park... quite loud. The RVers were quiet and mostly indoors - partially due to smoke from fires and most likely due to road noise. The price was rather steep for what was offered. Interior roads are narrow and can be VERY tight - we wouldn't hook up until we were in the clear. - cherib
Jun 2018 - $52.00
Made phone reservations for a Sunday afternoon arrival, when we got there we find that the office is closed on Sundays and both a motorhome and us were waiting to figure this out. Finally a permanent resident came over and kindly went and found the manager to check us in. Sites were very tight and short, we have a 36' 5th wheel and there was no place for our pickup. They quoted $42 on the phone but charged us $52 because there were 3 adults! Not going back!!! - Idalogger
Jul 2019 - $16.00
Very clean NF site, well taken care of by hosts. Busy, used by Glacier Park visitors and Kootenai River fishermen and rafters. Large reserve-able group site. Many guide books state first come/first serve for the campground, but now is partially reserve-able with about 30% open sites. Gravel roads and pads, fire rings, hand water pump (cold!!!). Mixed riverside sites and inner ring sites. Turning into entrance, exercise slow cautious turn due to large potholes in drive!! Hopefully Forest Service will take care of in future!! - GLB
Jul 2018 - $49.00
The park was fairly evenly split between permanent residents and part timers, but the permanent spots were actually very nicely kept. There were mostly nicer rigs in this park. Wifi and AT&T cell service were very good. The office is actually in a trailer, so I immediately had low expectations when we first arrived. However, it turned out to be a very nice, green, pretty park. It's only 5 minutes from downtown Whitefish, which is very convenient. The cable connection was too far behind the unit for my normal length cable to reach. There was a tree pretty close to our spot that was difficult to navigate around when parking, especially with the fences and plants of the permanent resident in front of our spot. The office staff was kind enough to get the other folks to move their vehicles so that we could get into the spot. They seem to be pretty well organized with their computer system, etc. Overall, we enjoyed this park more than the other reviews we read would have led us to expect. With all of the modifications that the permanent residents had erected, several of them parked on the interior roads which could make navigation more difficult. - Anthony D
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Very congested park. It's taken over by Canadians who have built patios, fences, gazebos to their 5th wheels; they park their trucks in front of their rigs which leaves very little space to drive through the park. It appears to be turning into a long term or permanent park. Cable didn't work even after a maintenance guy said he fixed it. Lots of trees so no satellite. It's behind shops & stores, close to town is it only good feature. - MC Road tour
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Lots of very loud children with permanent campers. Pet area is a joke--not maintained. Nice walking distance to town. Permanent camper at entrance needs attitude adjustment--don't step on his grass while walking your dog. Registration easy and efficient. Nice gravel slots. Very very crowded with lots of cars over July 4. - Bga
Jul 2019 - $71.00
This was a fairly expensive KOA but probably typical considering the area. Our site was pretty level but a little difficult to get into to make sure our slide outs didn’t hit any trees. The park was full making the wi-fi essentially useless. Cell signal (Verizon) was weak but better than our friends T-Mobile. There is a complimentary breakfast included which was a nice amenity. Lots for kids to do & all included in the site fee. - HS R.
Aug 2018 - $45.00
This RV campground is focused on families with young children or teenagers. The kids pretty much run around the park unsupervised. Park staff do not enforce rules that restrict minors from adult areas, such as the Jacuzzi. If you don't have kids, I suggest going to another RV park. - Mnolasco
Jul 2017 - $72.00
We did not have a good experience at this KOA. We wouldn't recommend it and we wouldn't stay here again. Started at check-in. We always ask for full hookup 50 amp pull-through sites. When we got to the campground, they told us we were in a 30 amp site and they were unable to change us. So 30 amp it was. Our site was gravel, pull-through, not completely level, but reasonable. We had a fire pit with no grate (they brought us one). We had a picnic table that was in bad shape and was pushed part way into weeds to give more walking room at site. Site had some trash on it. The water hook-up was on one side of motorhome, electric and sewer were on other side. The electric box didn't have a breaker switch - our power went out once. An electrician came because we couldn't find any breaker switch. He found our site's switch at a site two sites away! Our site was fairly overgrown with weeds that no one had cut back in a long time. We were at this campground for a week and we never once saw anyone working to tidy up sites. Later in the week, we noticed that there were large rocks about a foot under all the weeds, so at one time it was probably a nicer site. Some of the back-in sites looked nicer than ours but we were told they were full and we couldn't change. Internet and cell phone service were terrible. The campground was in a valley - we had to drive our car to the top and sit in the car to make phone calls. To add insult to injury, we were charged $72.00 per night!! Based on other campgrounds we've used, this campground should be priced between $35.00 and $45.00 per night. Positive comments are - we can say that except for two individuals, staff was friendly and tried to be helpful. They serve a hot breakfast every day as part of your nightly fee. The breakfast was not great, but decent. Many activities for children. In our opinion, this is a tired old campground that needs major financial investment to improve it and rates should be adjusted until then. - Barry M
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Do you like trains? Really like the noise they make passing by less than 40 feet from site 13 which is the site we had for ONE night. The trains continued to run all night long which even with ear plugs, interrupted our sleep repeatedly. Although the park is well maintained and clean, does not off set the noise of the trains.
Staff was friendly and helpful, as we terminated our stay two days early and was refunded our payment.
Hope this sheds some light as to what to expect. - Fredgp
Sep 2015 - $24.00
Older campground with small heavily wooded sights which make generating sufficient solar power in this no services environment difficult. The sites themselves are less than optimal either extremely close to an active train track or on a steep incline. No dump station but water in the campground at various spots. Beautiful lake with great access, but AT&T barely works but the Verizon signal was strong. Close to town and numerous services, yet still feels isolated. So it would be a good campground except when the train is running and unfortunately that is far too often. Unfortunately because the trains go by every 30-60 minutes and are so loud (numerous times we had to suspend our conversations because you simply couldn't hear each other), unfortunately I have to give it my lowest rating. I would never stay here again. - Lee and Trace