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This was down a gravel road situated by the I94 bridge over the Bighorn River. We took what looked to be the main site with picnic table and fire ring. There may have been more sites especially under the bridge. There was a small but clean vault toilet but no garbage. Thankfully, the traffic on I-94 is light so the noise was negligible. We had a view of the river nestled against the ubiquitous cottonwoods. The site is free. We were there in late September 2020 in a pop up truck camper.
We stayed here one night while traveling on Highway 12. This is a city park in Roundup, a small town along with a string of smaller towns along Highway 12. It is called Cow Bells
The cost is by donation that you place in a pay station near the entrance. There are flush toilets, a little dated but clean and functioning. There is a dumpster for your trash near the restrooms. I believe this is the campground for the Musselshell Rodeo.
The sites are spread out with picnic tables. You are sheltered by huge cottonwoods. While it was windy while we stayed, none of the branches fell. We were there mid September when the cottonwoods turn gold.
This was a godsend to us as we tried Deadman’s Basin but there were signs warning of rattlesnakes. Also, there was little shade there. There are few other public places to camp and in this part of Montana there is little public land.
Beautiful and roomy! You don't feel like your neighbor is right next to you. They have grills and picnic tables at every site. Nice bath house.. The hosts are very nice and truly appreciate your business. Warning: the last mile or so is a dirt road that is very rough, so go slow!
After reading all the positive reviews, this is where we were intent on staying. 5pm Sept 30th called the office because the APPs all said it was closed. To our surprise they were still open. We arrived to a clean, friendly and quiet space. Bonus our GoodSam membership gave us a discount. The showers and toilets were spotless! Laundry room, same $2.25 for each a load to wash and dry $5.00 convenience so worth it!
Will definitely return to this newly acquired family-run business
This place is very pretty, and they have some lovely sites with red concrete patios and swings. However, even when those sites are open we were informed they were taken. The narrowness between each space is apparent, and makes it challenging if you have dogs. Lastly, and more importantly, we saw everyone loving the WiFi at this site, however, the internet was almost not usable, my zoom meetings were awful, and getting any type of signal was a challenge. When I called the front desk to ask about the internet, Dustin informed me that his was working fine. So if you are Looking for no internet and tight spaces your in luck!
We were tent camping. Keep that in mind.
First the bad: There’s a train that passes by about 5 times throughout the night. It’s about 6 blocks away- but still very noticeable. However- this is a problem for almost every campground in the area. Also theres a ton of GIANT dead cottonwood branches overhead EVERYWHERE. They need to send a crew out to clean that up. Someone is going to get hurt one of these days (I’m an arborist! LOL)
The good: They have trees. Big ones. It’s pretty. There’s a big river a 30 second’s walk from the campground. There’s pit toilets. They stink, but they’re clean and stocked. There is running water and it tastes good! Each campsite has a picnic table. The campsites are not crammed one on top of eachother. You can come in late- they don’t lock the gates at night BUT YOU DO HAVE TO OPEN THE GATE YOURSELF. Minus the train, it’s SUPER quiet and dark.
Not one of my favorites. There are some smaller private sites suitable for tents. The only thing this campground has going for it is that it’s right on the yellowstone river. Someone took our campsite while we were in town and there is no campground host. It is right next to railroad tracks which are in use (about 6 or so went by throughout the night)
This was hands down the best KOA we’ve been to. Not to knock the other KOA’s but this one was great! Is was huge, incredibly clean, family and pet friendly, and just a solid overall spot. We were in site 100, and where right by the mini golf and about 250 yards from the river for fishing. We’d go back in a heartbeat.