"Build it and they will come." The RV'rs arrive and the most commonly heard remark is: "What they heck were they thinking?" The sites are far from being level. The sites are very close (too close) and extremely tight with high cement curbs surrounding gravel landscaping that looks nice and makes no functional sense. Instead, it presents the very real and already experienced tripping/falling hazard. CAUTION as tripping/falling hazards are found at nearly every site. Half of the sites have water/sewer hookup on one side while the electric hookup is on the other side. Park your RV facing north or south, it does not matter as water and sewer will be on one side with electric on the other rendering the previously referenced campground map obsolete. It makes no sense. It is a beautiful little campground ideally located between Yellowstone National Park and Glacier National Park. No bathrooms, no showers but the latrine (pit toilet) is clean and well kept. No management, no information and when calling to make a reservation, expect to leave several unanswered/unreturned phone messages. The clerks/admin at billeting do not know or understand RV's or the park/grounds and seem uninterested in learning. The grounds are maintained by a volunteer and the pride of ownership shows as he and his efforts have made an appreciated difference. Ft. Harrison, a campground for a short/overnight stay for those who are strong and steady on their feet.
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