Campgrounds and RV Parks in Montana (MT)
The following is a list of all the campgrounds or RV parks in Montana (MT).
The following is a list of all the campgrounds or RV parks in Montana (MT).
Wild Horse Hot Springs in Hot Spring Montana provides full hookup RV and tent camping near spring fed hot water pools. A long running establishment shut down in 2013 it has since been renovated and re-opened. Set in a rural area the road into the property is packed dirt with a handful of backin RV sites.
Big Arm Marina Grill and RV Park in Big Arm Montana provides 18 full hookup RV camping sites situated along the shores of Flat Head Lake. The sites and roads are paved with grass separation between sites. Brand new in 2017 the park is located on the southwestern side of the lake north of Polson. A development owned and funded by the S&K Gaming (The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes) the property has been entirely renovated and represents a fine destination for campers and boaters. Easily accessed the sites are level and can accommodate large RVs (they are backins). Close to Big Arm State Park.
Boulder Creek Lodge in Hall Montana offers full and partial hookup RV and tent camping in a remote and scenic area. IN addition the park has primitive tent and small RV sites. The location has bathrooms, showers a store and restaurant. Surrounded by forest the park is easily accessed.
West Glacier RV Park and Cabins in West Glacier Montana is a new RV park under development in the small town of West Glacier. Planned to have 102 full hookup RV sites and 25 cabins the park received approval from the county in May 2017 to proceed and work should begin shortly. Estimated opening in 2018. Located just west of town the park will have a paved walking trail that will allow guests to safely get to and from town. The convenient location will make this RV park the closest full service RV park to the National Park. Guests will be able to walk or bike ride along the paved multi-use trail leading from West Glacier in to Apgar area. The park is also close to the golf course and public river launch for tubing the East Fork of the Flathead River.
The park has a set limit of 1 dog per site allowed (set by the county).
NOTE THIS PARK IS NOT OPEN YET. TARGETED OPENING IN 2018
Camper Corner RV Park in Ennis Montana provides full hookup RV sites on packed gravel less than one block from the corner of Main Street and US 287. 18 full hook-up sites each with their own grassy picnic area and shade trees. There is a designated tent camping area that can accommodate up to 20 single person tents. Also on site are 2 bath houses containing a total of 4 showers, 4 bathrooms and a laundry facility with 2 washers and dryers. Large sites with plenty of room to back in. Short and long term rates available.
Moose Crossing RV Park in Marion Montana provides full hookup RV camping in a rural area along US 2 in northwestern Montana. The park has a mix of long term and short term sites. A small well stocked roadside market with fuel serves as the office. Lots of wildlife in the park. Located near Little Bitterroot Lake the park is 20 miles from Kalispell.
La-Vi RV Park in Troy Montana offers full hookup RV sites for short and long term stays. A mix of RV and mobile home sites located in town. The park is non-descript with no major signage except for a small “RV Park” sign on the highway. Backin sites located along a single entrance/ exit road. This is not a destination park and contrary to information found in other directories does not back up to the river (it is on the opposite side of the road).
Sites are in an open setting. No restrooms or showers this location is for self contained units only.
Blue Moon Saloon Campground and RV Sites in Cameron Montana offers full hookup RV sites and tent camping in an open setting just off US 287 south of Ennis. Suitable for any size RV the rural location is convenient for travelers heading to or from Yellowstone or those looking to venture up to Virginia City.
Montana’s Duck Lake Lodge near Babb Montana offers full, partial and primitive hookup RV and tent camping in a scenic and secluded setting. The resort has an onsite restaurant/ bar, small fishing pond and is surrounded by forest. A laundry, restrooms and showers are available.
Able to accommodate any size RV the resort is accessed via a short graded gravel road. Not far form Glacier National Park and the namesake Duck Lake this location offers a nice camping option for folks looking for a bit different from the normal camping spots in St Mary.
Glacier Elkhorn Cabins & Campground in Babb Montana is a very rustic campground located along US 89 heading north out of St Marys towards the Canadian border. Located down a dirt road the park is best suited to tent and small RV campers. A reasonable price matches the location amenities which are simple and basic. The sites are cut into the forest with picnic benches and fire rings; nothing fancy.
Showers are available for an additional fee. There are cabins advertised for this location but your best bet is to bring your own accommodations.
All sites are primitive and provide no utility hookups.
Choteua City Park Campground in Choteau Montana is a city managed park providing inexpensive camping for a 3 day limit to travelers passing through town (usually heading to or coming from Glacier National Park). A mix of larger and smaller RV sites on mowed natural grass/ weeds there are two camping sections. The first is out in front and will be the first you see on approach; these sites are not as pretty. If you circle around to the back past the bathrooms and next to the ball fields are a bunch of large sites tucked in among old growth trees; prettier and quieter.
The city park has a walking path, playground, and the aforementioned bathroom and ball fields. Nothing fancy but suitable for a short stay. There is a water fill in the front section along with a dump station. As of 2016 the nightly rate was $8 paid to the iron ranger.
Choteua is a rural farming community with a small downtown area.
Recreation Road Primitive Camp near Wolf Creek Montana is a large pull out along a side spur road off Interstate 15 north of Helena. Free primitive camping is open to RVs and tent campers adjacent to a small and scenic creek. There is road noise from the freeway located on the opposing cliff side. A vault toilet is available along with a picnic bench. The railroad runs through this canyon too so noise is an issue.
Fishing and outdoor adventure are in easy reach including the Lyons Creek Rd.
The dirt pull out is easy to access for any size RV. It is not level with a slight slope down from the road way. Recreation Rd is lightly traveled unless an accident or rock slide closes the Interstate.
Silos Campground north of Townsend Montana is a county run park adjacent to Canyon Ferry Lake (Missouri River) providing primitive hookup RV and tent camping in a scenic setting. Wide open sites with no shade to speak of the park is popular for locals spending time on the lake. Multiple boat ramps allow easy access. Pit toilets and picnic pavilions available the park has iron rangers for easy payment. Reasonable fee and easy access for any size RV. Dirt/ gravel roads and site pads the area is exposed to elements should a thunder storm roll in.
The sites are all backins but the nature of the terrain will allow you to pull thru if needed.
Stores and cafes close by. Water fill spigots available throughout the property. The campground is on BLM land.
Helena Campground & RV Park north of Helena Montana caters to permanent RV guests with full hookup RV sites. A former KOA the park has seen better days. Serious signs of neglect most of the guests are long term. Pull thru and back in RV sites available. Dirt roads and site pads. The pool has been filled in and shut down.
Editor note (opinion): Do not be mislead by their website; there are better choices in the area.
Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds Campground in Helena Montana provides partial (30 amp electric) and primitive tent and RV camping in a designated campground on the fair property. The fairgrounds are well kept with the standard country fair provisions including horse stalls and riding areas. The fairgrounds are also home to a public park with playground equipment and picnic tables. Located in a quiet area the grounds can be very peaceful and with the reasonable nightly rate the park is a suitable choice for travelers passing through Helena (about 2 miles off Interstate 15). Water spigots are available on the property to fill up your tanks.
Picnic tables and fire rings are placed at each site. Registration is handled through the main office located next to the ticket booth at the main grandstand (the lot out front is large enough for any size rig to pull in and out of). The office is open weekdays until 5PM local time; an on-sight attendant is available outside that window.
Across the street from the fairgrounds is a ball field location that hosts numerous annual and seasonal tournaments.
All the sites are backins in the designated camping area. Dirt roads and site pads in the campground; the main fairgrounds roads are all paved. No dump station on site.
The RV loops are in an open setting. Tent sites do have some shade trees. A shower house is available in the main restroom located a bit too far from the campground for an easy walk.
Downstream Campground in Fort Peck Montana provides primitive and partial (electric) hookup RV and tent camping sites under a cottonwood canopy of trees. Excellent fishing and shade from summer heat make this US Corp of Engineers park a popular place to stay.
Downstream Campground offers 85 family campsites, 70 of which have electrical hookups; 15 sites are tent-only. One large group campsite is available with electrical hookups. Seven day-use picnic shelters are available for reservations, all with electrical hookups.
The campground offers flush and vault toilets, showers, playgrounds, a basketball court and horseshoe pits. A dump station and fish cleaning station are located on-site.
West End Tent & Trailer is located nearby, providing additional campsites on a first come, first served basis. 13 sites have 30-amp electrical hookups; overflow sites are non-electric.
Ackley Lake State Park Campground near Hobson Montana provides 15 primitive tent and RV camping sites adjacent to a recreational lake. Located in farm country the park has views of the surrounding mountains.
Kiwanis Club RV Park in Lewistown Montana provides primitive (no-hookup) RV and tent camping in a community managed park/ rest area for free. A good spot to stop for the night the park is located just off US 87 and is within walking distance of the downtown area. Grass areas with picnic tables (some covered). A donation box is available. Restrooms and water are available. The rest area is situated in the open plains with views to the south looking over the municipal airport.
Duck Lake Campground north of St Mary Montana offers 16 partial hookup lakeside RV sites and 6 partial hookup RV sites away from the lake in a Blackfeet Tribal Campground open to the public. Re-opening summer of 2016 the location provides immediate access to the scenic fishing lake and a short drive to Glacier National Park and the Canadian Border.
Best suited to tent and small RV/ truck campers the campsites back right up to the lake shore. A boat ramp is available. Nothing fancy, actually a bit rugged, but a unique place to stay. A destination for members of the Blackfeet Tribe you are certain to meet locals.
Chewing Blackbones Campground and RV Park located 6 miles north of St Mary Montana is a Blackfeet Tribal Campground open to the public. Situated along the eastern shore of Lower St Mary Lake the campground is open for tent and RV camping with both primitive and full hookup sites. Recently re-opened the park celebrates the heritage of the Blackfeet Nation and invites guests to stay in a unique setting minutes from Glacier National Park and close to the Canadian Border.
The very large campground is easily accessed for any size RV. Some of the prime sites are located right along the water. The only problem with this park is the excessively high nightly rates.