Columbia Falls RV Park

103 US Highway 2 E, Columbia Falls, Montana
RV Park
9 reviews


Daily: $62 Reported 6 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Picnic Tables
  • Laundry
  • Dump Station
  • Propane
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Pet Area
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 08/07/17 to 08/08/17

“Beware DOG owners- Pricey $62/night!”

Stayed one night passing through. Nicely landscaped with shrubs grass and gravel.  Used a pull through which had the usual space between motorhomes with a picnic table.  Had two breaker failures on a 50 amp with two air conditioners and the microwave.  No reoccurrence when microwave was shut off. The cost was $62.17 including tax.  There are two pages of rules on your arrival sheets and rule signs posted throughout the campground. I walked my two toy poodles at 8:30am and when returning to the RV one had a BM 4 feet from the RV door- I picked up ALL of the remains and was firmly corrected by a lady in a golf cart that I am not to let the dogs "go" on the grass and only allow them to "go" on the gravel as it is not good for the children.  We are both so glad we did not book several days at Columbia Falls RV Park in MT.  We are off on our western adventure looking forward to be more welcomed at the next campground. I recommend the owners consider making this park PETS NOT welcome. 
Judith Zickl
Stayed: 08/06/17 to 08/08/17

“Classy joint about $55/night”

Columbia Falls RV park

Good location, about 3 blocks from Flathead river. Beautifully designed and built parking. Dog area! Open meadow for releasing dogs one block east - unsanctioned!

Sites big enough, well serviced, including cable. No pool. Site security. No campfires. Quiet. WIFI may bog down in the evening when everyone tries to stream movies. Cell service 2 bars.

Classy place. Well kept. Office restricted hours, not open until 9 AM. Keep park mistress informed of your arrival time... 9 PM is posted latest arrival but you'll get checkup calls around 6 PM if you're not registered by then.

Upon arrival must haves: water pressure reducer, sewage line elbow with screw-in (must be air tight). 

Very helpful grounds crew, friendly.

Classy clientele. You won't have the biggest rig in the park ✅

Ownership loves signs for all conceivable infractions -- and some you might not have thought of 😏
- dogs 🐶 outside - there are rules for that 
- Amazing list of things visitors have done in the past, now proscribed.


“Kitty Travels”

If you are going to Glacier National Park, this is the best place to stay. 15mi from the park, 7mi to Whitefish and the mall in Kalispell, Costco, Walmart and many more great store's and dinning experience 's. Larry and Carla are the best owners and hosts.
Stayed: 06/15/16 to 06/18/16

Very nice and well kept campground. Sites are level, wide, packed gravel. Did not use the laundry, showers or bathroom, so can't say anything about them. We have a 40' coach and were escorted to our site. The turns were a little close, but very manageable. We unhooked the toad before moving to our site, which was a drive-through. Hookups were easily accessible, with good voltage and water pressure. We washed our coach and toad ($8) at our site with no problems. We don't have live pets (stuffed ones don't matter to them), so we didn't have to deal with that. Had no problems from management or "The Rules" (actually, the rules were no different from other parks). Close to Glacier NP. Grocery store not far away and easy to find. 


This was a very clean RV park.   Cleanest laundry room and bathroom that I have seen in a long time.  Not kid friendly meaning nothing for kids to do, more of an adult park.  Tent spaces are VERY small, did I mention they are small.  17 miles from Glacier National Park and Columbia falls has lots of stores (grocery and a couple fast food).
Stayed: 07/20/15 to 07/22/15

“Rules, Rules & More Rules!”

As others have mentioned - this is a very clean & tidy park.  It should be - since it's run like a Military Institution!  When you check in, they have you sign a statement that you understand all the pet "rules."   And believe me - there are "plenty" of them!  So, this I did sign.  This is not my "first rodeo," and we always try to be respectful of our fellow campers - especially with regard to our dogs. One thing they ask was that "no" carpets or mats be put on the grass.  This I understood as they will kill the grass if left down for long.  However, when we put up a small portable fence on the grass for our dogs to be outside with us - we got a "nasty gram" taped onto our trailer door telling us "this too" was not allowed!  Give me a "break!"  They even said you weren't allowed to leave them in your own trailer unattended!  Outside the trailer I understand; but, inside your own trailer???

The bottom line is - this park is "not" pet friendly!  I would suggest going someplace else if you have do
Stayed: 07/15/15 to 07/18/15

“Nice park but LOTS of rules”

Nice and clean park; mostly level pull-thrus. Nice and quiet, except for road traffic. No trees and very exposed to wind. LOTS of rules about where your dog can walk, what you can wash in the washing machines and what you can't. There is no late night service so you have to be here by 7pm to check in. Over all a nice place, but a bit stressful with all the rules and regulations.

“Very tight sites. ”

Nice clean park with good voltage, water pressure, and big rig friendly.  Internal roads and pads are fine crushed gravel.  Drawback is that the sites are very close together, much more so than your average park.  
Stayed: 06/14/15 to 06/16/15

“First Class”

This is a very clean and professionally run park. I wish all the parks would live up to their standards.

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