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12 RV Parks near Mcleod, Montana
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We had a full FHU site. Easy back in. Our Verizon phone worked good, the campground wifi was down, "too late in the season to get it fixed"!. We did manage to find an opening between the trees to get satellite TV. There are many different types of sites at the campground so I recommend taking a close look at their campground map on their website before selecting a site. We would definitely come back if in the area. - rncordy
Aug 2018 - $32.00
Considering the fact that we were in a water/electric only site, I feel the site is overpriced. All the sites 1-14 are along the creek and not FHU. The site we were in, #5, has no view of the creek because of brush and is really designed for a coach that can pull in because the hookup is on the opposite side. It was so tight we had to park our hauler on our neighbors site and were unable to access the back door because it was blocked by the service pole. Having said all that, there's great restaurants in town and the views are spectacular. - full timers from Michigan
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Quiet park outside of town. There are 2 ponds full of trout. You can't see the campground from the road and it's a 1/4 mile of gravel to the campground but worth the drive. It's gated in the evenings. - KSTraveler
Aug 2018 - $52.00
Easy on, easy off the interstate. Very friendly staff. Owners working hard to maintain the grounds; spraying sites for weeds; watering the grass. Our site was long enough for our 45' coach, tow vehicle, and two guest cars. A train passes through very close by but it didn't bother us at all. I recommend this park. - BLNaugle
Jul 2018 - $50.00
We used this campground as our escape route from the Monaco and FMCA events in Gillette in July of 2018, and it did well for a quick two-night stay. It has relatively easy access from I-90, with some highway and railroad noise. Staff was friendly and helpful enough. Interior roads are relatively tight with some large uneven areas; we were able to carefully maneuver a big rig through. Our site may have been the longest pull-through we've ever had, gravel, and reasonably level but that gravel was literally only as wide as our tire track. We only used the laundry facilities, which were very good and economical. Power was good (A/C running full time during the day), Wi-Fi was poor, DirecTV was wide open, and OTA wasn't available, but VZW was good. There are a few perma-rigs (long-term residents). Like many KOAs, it's tough to say this is a good value given the cost, but reservations via app, discount, and predictability all make things easier. - RvTravelerNTechie
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Have been here before and only reason we wanted full hu. Stayed at other campground on river for a week and would have stayed longer but no full hu. As before, and mentioned in many reviews, over priced by about 10 bucks. Typical KOA, gotta pay for franchise fees. Interaction with office folks was ok. Office was nicely stocked with typical campground supplies. We have been to about 20 KOAs over the years and only because no other options. This one ranks with many. Over priced versus the competition. Except for hundreds of dead tree limbs scattered around, landscape plants and trees looked healthy. Maintenance of large pines, though needed to be trimmed and branches are full of dead cones and debris. Too bad. Someone could make this a great place if KOA wasn't involved. We had a pull thru 30 amp fhu for 55 bucks. No. I'm not kidding. If issues change, we may come back. - Bill N NM
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We called ahead to get a reservation and reached a very friendly person. Upon arrival she had everything ready for us and we were escorted to our site. A very good reception. The park is a short distance south of I-90 with good signage to direct you to the turn into the park. Don't be put off by the neighborhood as you drive in as there are some rather sketchy structures along the way. Upon entering the park you will find a well maintained and nice location. The sites are spacious and utilities up to date. This is a good stop in Livingston. - Ratch
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This was a small park in town that had a few sites for travelers, the rest were perm. We got the "best" end site, and it was a tough one to get in to, as it had a very sharp, tight turn that we had to un-hook and juggle the rig to even get into. Once in, though, it was fine. We saw the manager help quite a few people all through the night that I think were "desperate" to just get a spot off the road. There is almost nothing between here and Yellowstone to choose from, even a Walmart won't let you boondock, and when the other's are full, you are just out of luck! People were being squeezed in all around the grass, thankful for that! The manager was super nice (once you could get hold of them, I had to call and call). Not a place to stay, but good for a night. - MarieB
Jul 2018 - $1.00
I don't know where to start. The management of this park may be trying hard but is totally disorganized. My first attempt to make a reservation was a total waste of time - person on phone had no clue. Received a call back and was assured a pull thru 50 amp was available and in my name. I then called day before arrival and again assured space was in my name. When I arrived nothing could be found for me. I could see why, all reservation info is maintained on paper diagrams of the park and totally disorganized. A spot was found for me but not 50 amp, water hookup was obstructed by adjoining campers filter setup so I used my own tank. When I noted my concerns the only positive of the check-in was a sincere apology and an offer to have the site free of charge. I appreciate their trying to make a bad situation better but I won't be back. - dennis44
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Despite some of the other reviews, we found our welcoming was great from the lady owner and we appreciated her asking about our truck & travel trailers license. We have been asked this many times over our 12 years of RV traveling, don't know why others complain! This actually made us feel safer that they are concerned! The gentlemen owner was one of the most helpful people we have experience in taking us to our site, he wanted to make sure we were pleased! After setting up and reading a lot of material they provided us for Livingston, we both agreed this is a place to return to in the future, other than just an overnighter. 25 Cable Chanel's, WiFi signal and Verizon worked great for us. The grounds are immaculately kept with lots of green grass between the sites. Definitely will return...oh the lady owner promised to practice improving her singing! - mandrgames
Aug 2018 - $50.00
Nice clean RV Park, well landscaped. Hard to get to from the main highway. The road is narrow, full of pot holes, and tree lined with low branches. All the utilities worked well and are convenient with the exception of the power which blocks the cargo doors. Spaces are narrow gravel with grass. The grass is treated like gold. The showers and toilets are clean. The laundry is clean but expensive $3.50 to wash and another $3.50 to dry. The bad: The park is run like a prison camp. The staff is rude, over bearing, condescending, and demeaning. The extensive rules are demanding, abusive and petty. Rates are expensive with no discounts. Since it is the only "nice" park in Livingston, the owners really take advantage of the guests. To be fair, if you can overlook the high prices, rude staff and petty rules, the park itself is nice. We would not stay there again. We cannot recommend the park. Rated as poor. - Pacatrader
Aug 2018 - $46.00
Osen's RV Park is a beautiful park with immaculate landscaping and plenty of well irrigated grass between sites. Managers were very helpful, led us to our parking area and assisted with getting us exactly where they wanted us parked. Laundry area was very convenient and everything worked well--but a bit pricey. No fire ring and no picnic table. Sites pretty close together. Very quiet park and all appeared safe. Somewhat difficult to find and get into as you have to drive down a very narrow residential side street to get to the entrance of the park. Big rigs might have some difficulties with overhanging branches along the street and tight turns. Our biggest objection was value--seemed to be quite high compared to others we have stayed in. - MissouriBird
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Kind of spendy for what you get, but it's on the way to Yellowstone so that's probably why. Wonderful owners; very helpful. - Senior Camper
Sep 2015 - $37.00
Very small RV park with about 20 sites. Some are pull-through and most are long enough to allow a fifth wheel or toad to remain hooked up. This place was very clean and well maintained and is right on the river making it exceptionally peaceful. Each site had a new or recently refinished picnic table. Even though it is right next to the road that was not at all noticeable from our site. Both the Mens and Womans facilities were single seaters making for lines in the morning. There was also only a single shower in each and the laundry contained a single washer and dryer.
The wifi, for me, was unuseable. The signal was mostly below 80 dbm (one bar or less) and kept fading in and out. The wifi router's were set to not assign IP addresses so the only thing you could do was surf the general web. My bet is that the three wifi routers that were visible were only desktop devices intended for covering a room or two and not intended for use outside the building they were in.
The cable TV coverage was outstanding, delivering 60 or so channels but nothing local. Verizon cell was borderline weak and my Galaxy 6 kept switching between 3g and 4g which was disruptive to my using it as a hotspot.
The downside is the owner/manager was very domineering and overbearing. I might have met a more obsessive control freak at some time in my 72 years but I really cant remember when. It made what could have been a very enjoyable 5 star stay very unpleasant. The guys adversarial and confrontational attitude escalated one or two trivial situations into unnecessary conflict. You cant sugar coat rudeness and disrespect with "Sir", "Please", and "Thank You's"; rude is still rude and completely uncalled for. - hotsauce
Sep 2015 - $43.00
We really enjoyed our stay here. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Laundry and bathrooms were very clean. WiFi worked best in laundry room but was weak at campsite at times. Cable TV was great. We had a full hook up. - webbsafari