Camp host was extremely helpful and friendly. Sewer hook up requires a board/blocking in order to allow it to freely drain from rig due to curb and connection height. The range is right down the street, but wasn’t too busy during our stay. There is a small shopette on post, but plan on shopping for groceries in Helena. We had a great stay and will stop in again if we venture close.
The post was very clean, everyone was great. It's right out of a movie set from WWII. Lots of old buildings and a museum from WWII. Deer walking right next to RV. Very quite, peaceful, relaxing. RV spots were a little close together and the sewer drain was about 12 inches in the air, made it tough to connect to. The sites are pull on and very easy to get to.
Nice campground with new sites, full hookups and beautiful mountain views. When you come in on Williams St, note that the road has turns, but it still is Williams St! The sites have the power boxes between each site pairs. So the even site numbers have to bring their power cord to the passenger side to plug-in.
Since the previous reviews were not good, we only booked one night since we were on our way to GNP. We have 2 cats and we leave them in the RV all the time. We love our cats! We were not looking forward to staying here, but when we checked in my wife asked at the front desk about the pet issue. They told her that it is not true (I think they resolved it from all the complaints) and if the volunteer has any problems to send him their way. All the sites have been redone. How can I tell? They have new concrete, new trees and I can tell that the gravel on the islands have been freshly raked and no weeds. The sewer and the electric are now on the same side! The sites are still not level, but they are not that bad. We've stayed at worse. No mosquitoes and the weather was cool. There is an occasional train, but it's not that loud and not often. The fitness center is within walking distance.
We were on vacation in Yellowstone on our way to Seattle to board a ship for an Alaskan cruise when my husband fell ill with cellulitis in his right leg. We left Yellowstone and traveled to Bozeman, Mt to the nearest VA clinic. Medical personnel wasted no time and referred him for admittance to the civilian hospital there. He stayed one two nights and VA transported him to the VA hospital in Helena at Ft Henry Harrison. We were traveling with another couple who had military access so we drove our rigs to Helena and checked into the RV park on Ft Henry Harrison. What a pleasant surprise. The post has little activity going but it is lovely. The RV park is all asphalt and concrete with level sites and very clean. The only problem we had was that the site we were assigned had a problem with the electricity but the office didn't seem to know about it although another camper had tried the same site and reported the failure to the office. Other than that the only downside was no WiFi or cable. We have satellite so cable wasn't an issue but would be nice to have Wifi. It's only available at MWR. We were only a mile or so from the VA Hospital so visiting my husband was very convenient. We were very concerned that we would not be able to make our port of call in Seattle but the doctors assured us that they were going to have my husband well and ready to travel and we'd make our cruise and they did so we did. We missed our opportunity to visit Glacier National Park but hopefully another time. The VA there is awesome and so is the post and the RV park and the people at billeting and the gate guards are especially nice. You need to call ahead and let them know you're coming since they have to open a larger gate further down from the main gate since there are barriers erected that you can't drive a rig through. Best to arrive during working hours.
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