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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.
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.
Driving through Montana heading to a friends house. we were not in a hurry and wanted camp and fish on the way. Picked up an out of state fishing license and ouch. We were looking for an out of the norm camp site and jut happened to check out this place. We can only say awesome.
Enjoyed my stay but it is in a very busy location. You either access the campground through a busy downtown area or a narrow residential area. The campground itself is very large but crowded. The RV sites have some space between them but not a lot. The tent sites are nicely surrounded by trees. The…
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This is a great campground in a great location. Lots to do both in the campground and in the city. Lots of breweries and casinos located downtown. You can drive to many hiking trails. Many rivers to fly fish in the area. We have stayed in this campground for 5 or 6 years in a row. Friendly staff.
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…
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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Great place to stay. First come first stay 8 day max stay. Vault toilets, picnic table, sites are spread out. $18 dollars per day
This is a popular area along the Swan River Valley scenic drive. It is also near Girard Grove, home of Gus, the largest larch tree in the US. There are many trails, some leading you to this grove on Boy Scout Road.
We were there in mid-September and and there were two camp hosts. Camping fee is…
Winter but nice level Sites. Nat forest still open till dec.
Good park. Clean bathrooms fun and friendly.
Located on the north side of town, about 15 min drive to downtown Missoula. A bit overpriced, but do accept Good Sam membership for discount until next year. Wifi was horrible- didn't work well at all and took at least 5 mins to load a page and then sometimes would not even load after all of that…
We stayed here for one night in early October and the campground was 1/3 filled. We were lucky enough to still find an open spot close to the river. The campground has 30+ sites, but they are well separated and it feels very private. The first loop has electricity, the second doesn’t. River access…
It's hard to find locations that are open in the fall/winter season. Jellystone was one of two possible locations to stay at beginning of October. Loved the Jellystone themed park, they had a mini golf course that I wanted to play at, but had no time. It wasn't that busy when we arrived. The "award…
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Great sites next to river. Bathroom and water had already been closed for season. We had site 18.