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15 sites available at $15 per night. Showed up at 12:30pm on a Sunday and many still available.
Lost Creek State Park campground is a 25 site campground along lost creek. This campground sits in a narrow canyon with colorful white and pink granite walls extending over 1000 feet above the campground. If you like waterfalls then you are in luck, after a very long 125 yard hike you will be…
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Lost Creek is in a beautiful canyon spot, with numerous (25) sites to accommodate all types of campers (huge RV’s to tents). Camping spots are nice, but close to one another and the campground is often full. This means, if you do find a spot, you will have to deal with neighbors . There is a…
Great spot near Glacier National Park, quick to get to! Dog friendly, cabins and fun little round (yurt-like) metal buildings to stay in too! Plus over sized lawn chess!
I stayed there for a few weeks when the temperature is down in the valley started to get into the upper 90s and near 100. It was a good 10° cooler at this campsite than down in the valleys. You sit right below the continental divide with good access to the continental divide trail. The other big…
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This is a campground with nice views. Could also hear the mooing of cows in the distance.￼ There is a little bit of highway noise but it quiets down in the evening. ￼
This campsite is located in a beautiful remote area of Montana, only a short hike away from the beginning of the Missouri River. Large site. The only problem was there were many mosquitoes.
A Stunning Surprise! In spite of a loss of large pine trees... and having no personal comparison, for us, this was a surprise. So peaceful and with a gorgeous sunset on a vast horizon. The rocky sloped landscape had a lot of wildflowers and made for a pleasant overnight stop with no expectations.
Nice area above shoreline with some shade trees for tents and enough flat area to pull a camper in. Good for day trips, group gatherings too.
A couple primitive pad sites with fire rings otherwise plenty of space for dispersed camping close to beach (mostly rocks/mud). Great views and good for group gatherings/fishing. Does get windy being on the east side of the lake, can watch the ice sheets pile up in late fall.
Gast stove for cooking, wood stove for heat. Shed full of wood, fire pit and vault toilet. Beware of mice nests, otherwise cabin was great. Hiking trail right by the cabin, even found some huckleberry nearby.
Small campground tucked away from highway. Right on shore of river/resevoir. Heavily used train tracks on opposite shore, so you get some train noise but not horrible. Bugs can get nasty with the slow water. Good fishing area.
Big group use picnic shelter, reservations required. Nice views but not much shade other than the shelter. Have to drive around private campground to access.
Great history filled location. Beautiful location, easy access to I-90.
It was a fine camp site, but the interstate is a stones throw from the site. If you are a heavy sleeper you'll have no problem.