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DY Junction, Montana

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7 Reviews of 8 DY Junction, Montana Campgrounds

Reviewed Feb. 11, 2021

Best place in town

Great little-known Gas & Grocery store with easy access to the Little Rockies mountains of North Central Montana.  

The mountain area provides miles of multi-use trails for hiking, biking, atv & horse back.  

Friendly little town with rich history of gold, outlaws, fables and lore.

Month of VisitSeptember
Clayton B.
Reviewed May. 6, 2020

A Hidden Gem

I stumbled across Camp Creek Campground summer of '19 when I was having some problems with my slides and needed to stop for the night.  The campground has several very large pull through spots, and folks with horses often pass through.  Upon entering the campground area, a caretakers spot is early…

Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Aug. 14, 2019

Have the prairie to yourself!

This is a primitive campground in the American Prairie Reserve.  It seems to be a relatively unknown place and we were the only people in the campground for the night (there are 6 tent sites and 7 RV).  It was about 40 miles of high-quality gravel road to get here.  Near the campground, there is a…

  • Vault toilets at the edge of each loop with firewood
  • Non-potable water in each loop
  • Buffalo Camp
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Month of VisitSeptember
Skylar M.
Reviewed Oct. 31, 2018

Great campground and hiking!

I love visiting Montana to do hiking and camping. The outdoors here is amazing!! Mountains everywhere, and wildlife everywhere!! The campground was awesome. Here are some things we liked:

  • Well kept/clean- this is something that seems to be rare now a days. We liked that the restrooms were…
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Month of VisitSeptember
Dexter I.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Aug. 25, 2018

Great campsite along the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument

Nice campground with lots of room. Very clean Vault Toilet. Fire rings and picnic tables available. One downside is that their is not a good location to land a canoe at the campground, need to use the boat launch 2-3 tenths of a mile further down river. No water available. dumpsters are…

  • Fee sign and visitor assistance area
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Month of VisitSeptember
Reviewed Sep. 30, 2016

Simple historic camping

In the summer, you’ll want to bring or rent a boat of some kind to explore the river; there are many local outfitters. In the fall I’ve heard about the elk herds here and it’s not far from a wildlife refuge. Pros: outhouses, water (seasonally), beautiful landscape (cliffs, river, meadows), lots of…

Lindsay B.
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2015

See the Elk

In late October, hundreds of elk congregate in the Slippery Ann area of the park. Dozens of cars also come to watch the herd. It's a very fun time, and an amazing spectacle. It is very busy at this time of year, so that's a bit of a bummer for camping. In mid-summer, before the elk come, there are…

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