POOR: We only stopped in this town to break up our drive from Montana to the coast of Washington. There are not too many towns in the Northern part of the state. The owners here were very nice but the campground was terrible. Rundown, expensive with a public laundry and right on a main road. We only stayed one night, it is an adventure! $35 per night.
King's Court RV Park
GOOD: Small campground with tight spots but in a beautiful canyon surrounded by mountains and within walking distance to a river. The bathrooms were spa like with slate tile and large shower heads. The owners were hands on and very helpful but it was expensive and they did not take any discount programs.
Rock Canyon RV Park
VERY GOOD: "The way camping used to be" from their brochure. We really liked this private campground right outside of Glacier National Park. The sites were wooded and pretty private and the staff was great! We liked it so much we ended up extending our stay. The bathrooms were good but not great.
EXCELLENT: We had some single pints but also had a flight of beer and every single beer was excellent. And the tasting room is in an old remodeled craftsman style house that is comfortable and eclectic. The owners were fun, informative and spent a lot of time explaining how each beer was made. Do not miss this place if you are in Whitefish.
POOR: We ordered salad and it was lettuce and croutons only and the pizza was not good! We were looking for a restaurant that also had WIFI so we could update our blog. Unfortunately, we were told this place had WIFI but it did not! It gets decent reviews, we think from hungry, less foodie oriented folks who want to stay closer to West Glacier.