the service was SO SLOW how long does it take to fry and egg? Each meal was brought out one at a time with two minutes in between each. the special was chicken fried steak and eggs the waitress said it was country fried,chicken fried steak should be served with white gravy and country fried with brown, not covered with sausage gravy left over from busciuts and gravy it was bad. Also we were asked to leave by the waitress while we were trying to finish our coffee because people were waiting at the door she had not even picked up our dishes yet. Safe to say we wont be back and we live in the area.
We stayed there for a week last summer and it was peaceful and everyone was very friendly. The cabin was secluded in the forest and very clean and the breakfast and lunches were great. We went into Yellowstone National Park everday and rafted down the Gallatin River one afternoon. Everything was just a few minutes drive from Campfire Lodge. Fly fishing for trout was great on the Madison and other rivers in the area as well when I had time. We are planning right now to go back again this summer.
Not Pet Friendly. The owner accused us of letting our 2 dogs into the cabin our friends stayed in, We had a campsite. Where told that our dogs must be on leashes even though they stay right next to us and we also use training collars just in case they start to stray(I understand this rule for dogs that are a nuisance) We have stayed in many Forest Service campsites and have never been told by rangers or managers that we need to leash our dogs, in fact they usually compliment us on how well our dogs are behaved.
For the past few weeks there has been sickness to patrons of the resteraunt and lodge. The water has been found to have ecoli, and up to 70 people have reported to the nearby Ennis hospital for symptoms. The Montans DEQ web site has details.
My family used to go to campfire and stay in the cabins a few years back. The location and place is beautiful. The customer service from previous owners Chuck and Nancy and their family was terrible. I have never been treated so poorly. Now that the campground has changed owners, I can't wait to visit again.
Stayed in cabin 7. At cost of $100 a night. The shabby furnishings and uncomfortable beds were the biggest dissapointment. The price is now more than double. My family of six would cost $250 a night. This is not worth that price. The campground is nice but far from town, very far! We enjoyed the blueberry pancakes at the diner. Can't comment on the owners because they were never around.
We have stayed at Campfire with both the old and new owners. The location CANNOT be beat!! The price seems comparable to any great location(prices go up at most). Jim and Wendy seem to have gotten their feet on the ground as far as service is concerned. We stayed in a motorhome.
Stayed in one of the smaller cabins and ate a couple meals at the cafe during a fishing trip to the area in Aug 09. I would highly recommend this place. People were friendly, cabin immaculate, and the food was outstanding. I will definitely be back.
I have stayed at this facility approximately 10 times over the past 15 years. I love the area - and the facility. It is under new ownership and my last visit was not pleasant. Their customer service is good - and I would not recommend to anyone ever going back. There are many other facilities in the area where owners are glad to see you - and happy to have you. They appreciate you as customers - clients, and want you to come back. THIS DOES NOT DESCRIBE THE OWNERS OF THE CAMPFIRE LODGE. Go somewhere else in the area - don't give them the satisfaction of your hard earned money
This area was inhabited by Adventurous Grizzly Bear hunters'orginally-way back in the mid 1800s-I spent most of my childhood here as my Grandparents Margert & Rufus Shelton- owned it many years. ( They Had adopted me & were raising me after my Mother abandoned me )It has to be one of the most sacred places on Earth-The 'Spirit of my whole life I owe to Campfire Lodge, as from its great magnificence I evolved into the person I eventually became- (AS It is said 'Nature never rejects an Unmothered Child'!) This totally raw & untouched wilderness area of Campfire Lodge had also been the Heart of 'Blackfoot Indian summer hunting grounds-in the 1800s (& pre-contact).My Brother SAM (now deceased) & I used to find Arrowheads laying openly on the forest Floor! There is a special high lake nearby-you can ask about locating that has a RARE bright Golden Colored TROUT- & A pond with HUGE real LOTUS & the rarest wildflowers on Earth- ( beaver pond- dont forget to look for the beavers they are amazing to watch )I am sure most of the people whom talk about a Upbringing there in summer remember me! I was a Wild-Child who refused shoes in summers -running barefoot across the rocky Deer Trails! I always pushing guests' kids to sneak off to skinny-dip with me-in the Icey Cold white-water Rapids: I'd hold BIG Bon-fires every Friday nite for the visting Teens with free marshmellows & tell ghost stories! I'd feed free burgers from my Grandparents grill to any kid who hiked with me up mountains to look for Mountain Goats (easily seen nearby!)& Grizzly Bear. My grandparents sold it when I was about 13 years old- & now I am 44! -Good times!Its so good to know the same families that came when I was growing up/ grew up & now bring Their children as well! ALL that love from all those families will hold its 100+ cabins together I am sure for another 100+ years -because of you all! It is not to be missed!
2 Courts "U" shaped 2 story w/ open walkways(covered). Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Refrigerator. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms.
Television. Daily Maid Service. Safe (In Room). Hotel Details:44 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built in 1965. Multi lingual Staff. ...
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