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39 RV Parks near Coram, Montana
Sep 2019 - $37.00
Decent Park we had a large pull thru site which had partial gravel and partial grass and was not level front to back, we had to use blocks under the front wheels and under the jacks so as to not over extend the jacks. The owner and her family were very nice they let us leave a week early (I was looking for better fishing).The cable TV was snow all the time the WIFI was ok, Verizon cell service was good. This Park is not bad if your heading to Glacier Park you wont have to pay the high prices just outside the NP, Kalispel has lots of shopping and Dining options. - Tfrout
Sep 2019 - $38.00
If I could I would give it 8.5 stars. This place seems to have an area in front that is kid friendly and a place in the back for us "oldies". Kalispell has the best dog park I've ever seen. - bwandwhitey
Sep 2019 - $35.00
We were surprised at our site. An uneven gravel spot that flooded when it rained (4 inch deep puddles). Our friends in a pull-through had their site completely flooded as well. None of the "rules" are enforced. Dogs poop everywhere. Dogs are left tied to trees outside. The park is a mix of full size mobile homes, long-term RVers, and short-term RVers. It is not well maintained (long grass, mud ruts in many sites, over flowing garbage cans, etc). Never saw any management personnel other than when I checked in. - Bruce of Port Ludlow
Sep 2019 - $46.00
Check in was easy and we proceeded to pull through site with FHUs, H-8, which had a river view from the back window of our 39' fifth wheel. Hook ups were handy and we used the cable, which worked well with all the major channels. We were never able to log into their WIFI but we had a very good Verizon signal so didn't really need it. There were quite a few park rules, which we had to sign as proof of reading. Nothing strange to report in the rules, just regular stuff, and the staff wasn't over zealous on policing the rules. The pull through sites were very close together where the back ins gave you more yard space between sites. The staff was helpful and friendly. There is a small and clean laundry room with 5 washers ($2.00) and 4 dryers ($1.50). Kalispell was a good sized city with all the normal amenities. We used this park as our home base to visit Glacier National Park. Glacier's west entrance was about 35 minutes away. We enjoyed our stay at Spruce Park and would stay here again. - MK_Willi
Aug 2019 - $58.00
This is a nice park, right on a river. The area is close to Whitefish, Flat Head lake, and Glacier NP, so there's lots to do in the area. The only complaint was the large cottonwoods, which provided nice shade, are really messy, with stick sap, and debris everywhere. - Di4040
Aug 2019 - $60.00
This is a nice park right on the river. There is access to the river and the mountains in the distance are beautiful. We were originally a bit turned off by the "NO" signs everywhere - especially "the no dogs on the grass" signs. But they have a big field out front that is dog friendly and we enjoyed playing with our dog out there. There was a warning in the paperwork about a $100 fine if your dog went to the bathroom in the grass. Other dog owners obviously didn't read this paperwork because two different RVs had loose dogs several times a day and those dogs peed and pooped in our yard! At one point I had a damp sweater hanging out to dry and a little dog ran over to pee on it! We yelled and chased him off before he marked the sweater thankfully. We saw other dog owners with leashes walking their dogs in the "no dogs on grass" area, too. I can see why they have the rules but it sucks being the only one that seems to follow them. The bathrooms were clean. The laundry room was clean. The staff was nice. We couldn't get the internet to work at all and we tried several times. We just used our ATT and Verizon phones to hotspot. We drove to Glacier and it was an easy drive. We also drove to Whitefish. - OurBigAdventure
Jul 2019 - $44.00
Pull throughs about 100 feet from busy, loud state route 35. Mostly permanent trailers run down. Grounds not well kept. - carole darnell
Sep 2018 - $40.00
When we arrived the office was closed, but someone showed us to our site. We were told when I made our reservation That we would be able to use our Satellite TV. This was not true. We had no tv while we were there. The park is very run down, right off a busy road, road noise all day and night. Most of the park was live aboard, Very shady looking bunch, their RV looked very run down. We were told we were very close to glacier national Park, which was not the case, 25 miles from the park. I would no Recommend this park. - Crbus
Jul 2016 - $39.00
Shower heads in the women's shower are for someone 5 ft or under. I'm 5'8" and had to bend way backwards to wash my hair. Shower had drainage issues so the bottom of the shower held about 2 inches of water that was not draining. Can I just say: yuck. The floors were wet and small curtain area for getting dressed with no bench and a single hook to hold everything. Bathrooms are outdated and need work. Water alternated with very hot to ice cold in a matter of seconds. It was ouch one second and burr the next. Other than that, everything was great. Good Sam's shows a 9.5 for the bathrooms but they clearly have not been reviewed recently. - Family Death
Aug 2019 - $44.00
This is a basic dirt and gravel road campground. It is small, fairly quiet and very convenient to Kalispell. At the entrance it looks like an old 50's style motor court with peeling paint. Behind the buildings is the small campground with most sites pull through. There are nice trees, the gravel site was mostly level and utilities worked fine for our week-long visit. The back row is full-timers who mostly keep to themselves and other than the early loud truck departures was not an issue. Free wifi was reliable and strong and Verizon is excellent. ATT was weak. This was a nice solution to our problem of non-connectivity in West Glacier. - Russell01
Aug 2018 - $40.00
The owner was very nice. They booked us on short notice. The campsites are way too small for 5th wheels because the trees are way over grown. They really need to trim them back. When we pulled out the branches tore off our gutter drain and a side back up light. We tried every way to get out, but because the sites are so small we really had a hard time. I do not recommend this park for motor homes or 5th wheels at all. Our site had rubbish all around. - Sheila Rosson
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Nice small campground in Kalispell. There are some long term residences but the area around those trailers is well kept. The sites are plenty good and all the utilities worked. Probably the best thing was that the WIFI was actually usable for email and web surfing. You most likely cannot stream on it but it is useable for most stuff. We were very happy to find that. I also watched as the owner (I think) worked hard to get someone a spot for 2 nights. It was refreshing to see that the people here care about what they are doing. There is very little traffic noise. There were some low tree branches that he owner is going to get trimmed but it is taking time to get somone in. In the mean time he takes the time to make sure that big rigs can get to thier sites safely. We will be in the area again and this is where we will stay as long as they keep the WIFI and neatness up. - Teddy Bear Travels
Jul 2017 - $59.00
Advertised Wi-Fi which since there is no phone service is very important. Worst then that are the constant freight trains that run both ways on two sets of tracks. It is all day and night and impossible to get used to. There is also the noise from Rt. 2, a seventy mile an hour highway that makes it sound like you are at a Nascar event. I never saw the owners and the two employees that I did speak to seemed to care less that I was not happy. I stayed four of the seven days and left without a refund which the owners make clear will not be given no matter the circumstances. I am relatively new at camping but this establishment is not a good example of how a RV park should be run. - bartender bob
Jul 2016 - $60.00
The man who checked us in was abrupt & rude and that should have been our 1st indication to not stay at this campground.
We understand the rule of 10pm quiet time, but to have to fires out at 10 when we are quietly sitting beside it is a little ridiculous.
We understood that you could either have the breakfast buffet or order off the menu, however we were told upon getting there that we should go down the road if we wanted to have breakfast other than what was served at the buffet, with food allergies this was not going to work for us, it was very strange.
The biggest issue however was the trains.....quiet time is at 10, but with trains every 30-40 min & the track about 40 feet away, the noise we would have made was nothing compared to that amount of noise!
This has been the highest price campground we came across ($60 usd) & would not recommend it with their rules & no sleep due to noise of highway and trains. - Roxane
Jul 2016 - $52.00
This was a beautiful campground. And the sites are big (we took a 38 ft 5th wheel) with lots of trees. The grounds were clean and the management friendly. But I will never stay at this RV site again. I ignored the reviews regarding the noise and the trains. I should have listened. The train I was able to actually get used to but there was so much traffic noise day and night and you are right next to the street. The other thing I found very odd is in the bathroom there are no doors. just a small stall with a shower curtain hanging on it that blows open whenever someone opens the door. (Sorry, but you guys need to put a little money into your restroom and add some doors.) There were also a TON of bugs at our site. So bad that you can not even put enough bug spray on to sit outside. It is unfortunate because the actual area is quiet beautiful. But when we go back to Glacier we will not be staying here. - Knibbers
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This park is centrally located in Kalispell and offers quiet, paved interior roads, mostly level sites, monthly rates but expensive nightly rates. Monthly rate of $385 plus metered electricity, but NO weekly rate with a flat $40 per night. No picnic tables unless requested. All back in sites with hookups that are extremely close when slides are out and you share water hookups with your very close neighbor with strange sewer hookups. - RJourney
Jul 2010 - $30.00
This is a great park. We stayed here a month while I had knee surgery so we had a monthly rate. I'm not sure of the nightly rate. It's a great value! A somewhat older park but very well kept up. Paved roads throughout. Everything was clean and nice. Laundry was small but adequate. Lots and lots and lots of shade trees made the heart of the Montana summer seem cool. Very friendly owners. We'll stay here again! - leotafaye
Oct 2019 - $65.00
This rv park is brand new! The spaces are huge and there's a good amount of grass between each paved site. The hookups are conveniently placed and washers/dryers are included with your site rent. The wifi is strong with lots of bandwidth. The park is located on the south side of Kalispell and while it's convenient to 93 Alternate, there's almost no road noise in the evenings. It's also located right on a paved bike trail that connects with a historic rails to trails. Good views of the mountains are a plus. The owner is a hands on kind of guy and really wants his guests to have a great stay. - CnJ