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“Woodsy throwback to earlier days”

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San-Suz Ed RV Park & Campground
Anacortes, Washington
Level 6 Contributor
100 reviews
12 hotel reviews
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“Woodsy throwback to earlier days”
Reviewed September 21, 2013

This was reminiscent of parks of years ago - large dirt sites in a wooded setting. There were paved sites to be had if you had reserved in advance. We had no issues with leveling or services, except it rained all night and was rather mucky putting things away before leaving. The people were friendly, but we were late season guests and there were no pies or cinnamon rolls to be had on this trip. We were row 1 # 14 and the access was good, some road noise from Hwy 2 but it settled down between 10 PM & 6 AM. If you like more of a camping atmosphere this is a great place to stay - very close to the entrance of Glacier Natl Park. The manager provided a map and suggestions for touring the area. We camped in a 40' MH with tow car.

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  • Stayed September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Claresholm, Canada
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Reviewed September 18, 2013

We have stayed at San-Suz-Ed multiple times and have always enjoyed our stay. Delicious optionally purchased breakfast--homemade waffles and other choices. Treed, full-service spots that are pull-through for our 30' camper and full services. It is a bit of a drive to Kalispel for shopping and eating out, but a beautiful drive so we don't mind. Nightly campfires, playground for children and spots are almost always available. We always enjoy staying at San-Suz-Ed. All the way from Canada!

Stayed July 2013, traveled as a couple
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Calgary, Canada
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5 reviews
5 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed September 3, 2013

Cons: We paid $155 US for the B&B "Family Room", a screened converted outdoor porch that let in little flies. We are a family of 4 with two teenage boys. We were given a double bed, a single bed and the third bed was 2 inflatable mattresses piled on top of each other. It made a tooting sound whenever my son rolled over and was unstable such that his head was lower than his feet and the bed moved whenever he rolled over so that he could not sleep. The first night I heard 3 trains after midnight, and the second night one. It also became cold in the room as it was essentially only separated from the outside by the blinds.
The private bathroom was beautiful, clean and newly renovated but did not have a shower, only a Jacuzzi tub. The second day we hiked 10.5 miles over 2 mountain passes and we all needed a shower. The hot water ran out after only one of four of us had had a bath and I had to wash myself in cold water. That night there were 3 of 6 rooms rented. It was apparent the hot water tank was not sufficient to service this many rooms plus the owner who also lives there.
Pros: The best aspect of this B&B was the amazing full hot breakfast (10/10) with: homemade huckleberry syrup and jam, waffles, pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, coffee, juice, etc. and the service in the dining room in the morning. People who camp in the RV park can pay for this breakfast. As well, the rooms for couples looked nice and each couple was charged $100 for B&B.The site is excellently located very close to the West Glacier Park entrance.

Room Tip: If you want to go there as a family with kids, ask her to give you 2 inside rooms for 2 kids and 2 a...
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  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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Martinez, California
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28 reviews
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Reviewed August 29, 2013 via mobile

Clean, beautiful site - owner built this park almost 50 years ago - so she had lots of suggestions of where to go. Very laid back - family run operation. Breakfast was good- staff friendly. Great location for visiting park.

  • Stayed August 2013
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wisconsin
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21 reviews
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Reviewed August 18, 2013

Glacier was super busy when we visited there and we had no luck getting a spot in the park. Based on reviews I had read we called this campground and they were able to accommodate us. When they found out we were traveling with a little one they put us on a spot intended for an RV so we would be close to the bathrooms. That was great, the only drawback being that it was close to the road and the highway noise was bad(nothing they can control). So if you want quiet ask for a tent site. They are located in the back of the campground in a much quieter area. Will have a longer walk to the showers though. The bathrooms might have been slightly outdated but these were the cleanest bathrooms I have ever seen. The laundry area too. They had beautiful gardens and lots of antiques and collectibles to look at and some were for sale. Beautiful spot. They made you feel right at home. There cinnamon rolls were to die for. We didn't try the breakfast but I am sure with all the effort they were putting into it that it was good too. A very close drive to Glacier makes it a great place to stay.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 11, 2013

My husband researches travel accommodations very carefully. The reviews for this place were mostly positive and the location was perfect for our plans. We had made reservations for the B&B for two nights.

When we arrived around 8 p.m., my husband checked in while I waited in the car. He had made reservations with the owner, and older woman who had broken her wrist. This is the same woman who initially showed him around. The eating and common areas were very nice. When she then showed him "our" room (referred to as the "holy room" because of the religious pictures), he was totally dumbfounded. It was not as pictured and was on the first floor, opposed to a second floor room for which he had reserved.

He came out to the car and asked me to look at the room to see what I thought. We entered through a back porch, which was used as a storage area for unwanted furniture and other junk. Certainly was not a good impression, nor inviting. When I entered the room, it had two doors, one leading in from the porch and one into the store / kitchen area and was very noisy. Looking around, it had a personal handicapped portable toilet set up and other personal items. We realized it was the owner's room.

When we questioned the younger woman, she said that the person who had "our" room the previous day had been injured and unable to travel. No mention of this when my husband was shown the room, nor was any reduction in rate offered. When we said the arrangement would not work, who knows if the sheets where even changed, the woman said, "Fine we'll give your money back and send you on your way." No apology, no recommendation for other accommodations, etc. nothing but a snotty attitude. I feel that they really did not want us to take the room.

The RV park had both our phone numbers on file. If they had called us in the morning to let us know the situation, we would not have been happy but would have enough time to find other accommodations for the night. No attempt whatsoever was made to contact us.

The proper solution would have been to move the injured traveler, who was capable enough to climb the stairs, to the downstairs owner's room. Apparently, these people are not very good at solving problems and are unable to think outside of the box.

We are avid travelers and have never encountered such rude or unprofessional behavior as we did at this so-called B&B. Our hosts have always been most accommodating and going out of their way to assist us when needed.

If there are no issues, I'm sure that it is a nice place to stay but you are taking a big risk.

  • Stayed August 2013, traveled as a couple
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Gilbert, Arizona
Level 4 Contributor
23 reviews
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed August 1, 2013

Stayed July 12 & 11, 2013... was impeccably clean and yummy breakfast. Great location to the park very easy return for sunsets. Staff is very friendly and there is pride in ownership. And yes, their Wifi was slow--but you know cell phone reception and such in Glacier NP MT and into Banff NP Canada is terrible. Relax and unplug a while is all I can suggest. Food great at San-Suz Ed but this region in general is NOT known for its culinary delights--except Huckleberries! It may be worth a little more $ to eat lunch/dinner in Glacier.

  • Stayed July 2013, traveled with friends
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Property: San-Suz Ed RV Park & Campground
Address: 11505 Highway 2 East, West Glacier, MT 59936
Location: United States > Montana > West Glacier
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Ranked #13 of 13 Specialty Lodging in West Glacier
Number of rooms: 5
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