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This was a pretty nice area beside the stream. The water is super cold if you want to try to grab a bath. The sites are a little more open for my liking, but it wasn’t too bad. The host was a little grumpy when we first pulled in, but seemed to be a little more nice in the morning.
Lovely sounds of the river and beautiful sunsets over the mountains! This dry camp was an excellent 2 night escape from our normal stops in RV parks. Level sites and easy pull through for our 36’ rv and toad. We were able to find a cozy spot right next to the river. The bugs and the dust are a bit much, but we had a blast with the dogs in the river, and enjoyed the peace and quite. Bring your bug spray and sunscreen!
Arrive at around 11pm on a Saturday night. The good spots were taken but still plenty of room for our 4Runner + RTT. We used as a single night stop over driving up to Glacier. Some of the grass is well kept and mowed and other spots unmanaged. A lot of tent sites toward the back in a quieter dark area. Overall for a free site it was really nice. There were definitely some very sweet spots right on the Yellowstone river.
This campground is so clean!!! The sites are spaced apart very nicely, they’re all along a beautiful river with views of the incredible nearby mountains, near the unbelievable East Rosebud Lake with its hiking trails, and has clean, clean vault toilets. I highly recommend it to others. It’s a slow gravel road getting there, but we’ll worth it.
This family owned and operated campground is located outside of the quaint town of Red Lodge and at the entrance to Beartooth Scenic Byway. At first glance you might not thing it is that great but tent sites give you a primitive feel and are right on the heavy flowing Rock Creek making sleeping nice. We had the only kids onsite but quickly found out from other campers this is a site that has repeat visitors and most were older travelers or bikers. Kids are welcome! The mosquitoes in the area can carry you away so prepare your campsite for that. The shower houses were so clean with plenty of hot water! This is a cash only campground! Our recommendations for the area are to spend one day driving Beartooth Scenic Byway and then crossover Chief Joseph Scenic Byway. Stop at the lookouts! We also went white water rafting with Adventure Whitewater! So fun! Bogarts has great food. Enjoy!
First off, its not a bad campground but if you travel through Bridger MT, then you have to travel several miles through private land that is very rutted out. If it rained you have to be in a jacked up 4x4 to get through. I included this in my photos. Even on my dual sport, the ruts sucken me in and I almost wiped out a few times. Once in the forest service land there is miles and miles of amazing roads and OHV paths everywhere and for miles. I even seen roadside campfires. The campground itself leaves something to be desired, however the surrounding landscape is only to be awed!