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$10/night for the 5 individual sites. No reservations for individual sites. $5 fee for each additional vehicle after two vehicles.
There is a $50 per night fee for the group site which can accommodate 15 people and can be reserved. Reservations are available for this site from the Friday of…
Paved level sites. Water and trash bins. Beautiful area lots of trails. First come first serve. Senior discount $7.50 a night.
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Great ghost town!
Enjoyed our stay over a weekend! Nice 1 mile hiking trail through the state park. Was able to watch a group of cow/calf elk on Beavertail Hill from our camping spot. A few miles up Rock Creek Rd is a Big Horn Sheep viewing area. Water available at the campground but no dump station, however just…
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Smooth check in with attention to detail about our site. They also gave us some great recommendations of local businesses and attractions. Nice trail walk to the creek.
This is a great stop if you need a place to crash. The train and the highway are adjacent to the campground so the noise was an issue for us. There is also a shooting range nearby. Overall very clean and friendly.
Interesting and informative, though half of the buildings are locked upright. You can really interesting artifacts through the windows. Great potential. A little picnic area.
Memorial day weekend 2021 fee $15 / night . Clean vault toilets...good well water lots of space between sites. Our only misfortune was Hotshot crews and Helicopters were practicing repelling all weekend in the forest around the campground.
This was a quick spot when traveling to Yellowstone. Easy to access from I-90. Not a huge place and no showers. But the bathrooms are clean, the campgrounds have space and you get to listen to the river. Unfortunately the fishing wasn’t superb based on the river run off for the season. But it…
We use this area a lot. The boat launch is definitely not fir larger boats, so there’s not a lot of the chaos associated with type places. Parking is good, and it’s easy to get the the restrooms.
Love this spot in LOLO National Forest! There are fire rings at most sites and some have picnic tables. Not a ton of sites, 1 drive in one for a van or small trailer and the others are tent. I’m sure you might be able to park by vault toilet though if your in a van. It is near the hwy kinda, but we…
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Good spot that’s just short of salmon and seely lake. It gets really packed in the summer but if you can go earlier in the year or mid week should be ok. Road getting in is dirt and gravel with some pot holes but nothing a travel trailer or midsize 5th wheel couldn’t do. Spots vary in size and side…
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About a mile of rt 90. Camping is tight by fly fishing is very good. Freindly people with great food. Beautiful country.
This is a gorgeous area with tons of shade and sites right on the water. It is close to the highway, but the highway isn’t super busy to begin with. Only a short drive further down the road to Lolo Hot Springs! Sites are shaded and well spread apart, there is a clear path to the bathroom from…
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This campground wasn’t open yet when I went to check it out, but it’s a cute little historical site off of FS Road 37. I almost missed the turn because it’s not super well marked, but you’ll see the sign for the forest service road and there’s a little bridge across the river. It’s a super minimal…
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