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Busy campground with no spots left on a Sunday night. People were camping in undesignated sites which makes it crowded. You can hear the highway with big trucks passing by all night. No toilet paper in the bathroom. Beautiful view.
Near the town of Cooke City. Great campground with plenty of space. Bear an off-road trail. Grizzly bear country. Cooke City was great little restaurants. Our fave is a little coffee shop in the East side of town. Great hot chocolate and coffee. The baked goods were so good!
Free!! River view, close to Big Timber. There are only about 3 true RV spots and 5 tent spots with fire rings, but there is a neighboring field that one could also camp in. Minimal shade. There are also day use people using the boat launch.
Loved this campground, very large campsites with lots of space. Quiet, close to some good hikes. Loved the location near Red Lodge and the Beartooth pass.
Perry's has great tent, cabin, and RV spots. The bathroom and shower facility is perfect and everything on the site is always well maintained. Have never had a bad experience here, always pleasant.
This is a great site due to its upkeep and proximity to a flowing river, which gives you a nice sound at night. The valley it’s in gives great wind protection for tent campers. There is a host who takes great care of the facilities.
Great little fishing access but there is no overnight camping allowed.
I stayed for one night and it was great. There’s 4 pull in spots with fire rings and then 3/4 tent sites with rings. Some people parked in the field to camp so I guess that works too. No amenities other than a vault toilet which was clean & stocked. It’s right along the Yellowstone river and so…
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This place was awesome! There’s 2 loops so be sure to check out the second one too! First loop has flush toilets and water outside the building. Second loop has a vault toilet. Over 30 spots between the two loops. Each site has a fire ring and a nice picnic table. Sites are spaced well and varies…
We needed a quiet place to get off the road, stop for the night to sleep. This basic free campground didn’t have any sites proper available on the holiday weekend, but we did find a quiet, fairly level spot to park. City park accepts donations and ppl were friendly and quiet at night.
Nice, easy to get to spot along the river. There are actually two separate campgrounds, each with about 20 sites. There are blue camper signs directing you. The first site has bathrooms with flush toilets but most sites are close but not right on the water. If you drive through the first campground…
Called city of Laurel and they confirmed campground is closed.
Got a beautiful spot just feet away from the Yellowstone River. Wasn't sure how long we would stay but decided to stay the full week allowance immediately upon getting set up. Had a great week of fishing, so many hikes all around and still just a few hours away from all of Yellowstones hot spots.…
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We stayed here for one night, near the end of Sept 2020. We got lucky as it was the last night it was open for the season. Absolutely beautiful place! We were a little skeptical as we were driving there as there wasn’t much for trees but as you get closer and more into the mountains, it really…
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This is a great campsite. You are along a fast moving creek and the campsites are well spaced out with trees, vegetation or roads between each site. The sites themselves are well sized. Roads are narrow and curved- would not be good for a trailer unless you really knew what you were doing. Each…