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We stayed here for 2 nights in July. It was a great campground. Within walking distance to the lake, which made it great to go paddle boarding. There is also a store up the road about 1/2 a mile. This is a really beautiful area and a well maintained campground. Bring bug repellent, lots of bugs.
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This is a popular first come, first serve campground. Primitive, with clean vault toilets, hand pump water, creekside sites. $20/night get there by 7am
The clean bathroom and privacy between sites are probably the two best aspects about the campground. The creek is what makes it actually worth the drive though. There are 5 sites, one without access to the creek. We got the last spot when we arrived, but it did not have a picnic table?? So that was…
A small campground next to the Stillwater River. Plenty of shade in most spots. Boat dock and some mellow spots for swimming. About 15 minutes from the small town of Columbus. $12 a night with a valid Montana fishing license, $18 a night without a fishing license.
Very nice campground about 6 miles out of Big Timber Montana. Shady campground....very loud trains at night...overall a nice place to stay....fishing can be decent.....vault toilet...no water...no trash.
Great fishing access site. There are trains close by but that didn't bother too much. If you stay with kids there are spots where the river current is quite strong close to shore.
I had plans to Boondock in an area and when I arrived it was all full I was tired after a long day of traveling so I called to make reservations here and they were full as well so when I mention that I guess I would sleep at a rest area she said oh do you dry camp and I said yes I do and she goes…
Nice long lot with spots to park Van RV or pitch a tent. It's technically a fishing access spot, that allows overnight camping.
There are 5 or 6 concrete pads at each spot with rocks for a campfire. Not many mosquitoes here and trees on the west side provide a little shade in the evening. …
We stayed for one night and camped in a tent. The river access was nice, as were the campsites. However, there were not many marked tent sites and there was dog poop everywhere. Other than that, it was very nice! They have 2 vault toilets.
There are many dispersed campsites along the road before & after the official M-K sites. Most are river front and have fire pits. There is a turn around for large rigs at the end of the road (cross the river 3 times). Decent graded gravel road with some potholes.
Great location off main road. Has refrigerator that works and power. Main trail off the cabin and has an outhouse.
Mostly level lots, but very close together. A few trees for shade. Mountain views, but city stuff spoils it. Comfort station is decent for the men. My wife stated the women’s smelled like cat pee. Small park next to I90. There is an old looking trailer park next door.
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We loved it here. It rained a few of the days, but it was nice to get out of the heat in town. We still got to try out our new paddle boards on the lake and it was such a nice place to try them out for the first time. The lake isn’t very deep so it’s great for paddle boards, kayaks and fishing. The…
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Fantastic campsite if you can book it. Had to book the second they opened up the reservations. Our site was a short walk to the creek. Fantastic and informative camp hosts. There was a bison in the middle of the campground!! Drinking water from a hand pump well. Fire ring with rotating grill…
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I was able to snag a kamping cabin the day before for one night on the way through bc the campgrounds off the interstate all said the train was loud. Totally worth the extra 15 minutes one way! River on one side, mountains on the other. Wish I could have stayed longer m
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