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North Fork, Montana

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9 Reviews of 16 North Fork, Montana Campgrounds

JPMC A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 15, 2021

Very nice stopover between Glacier and North Dakota

Very nice clean and convenient campsite off Hwy 2 in Montana. Best part, free and plenty of space available even during this busy time. There were only two campers when we got here, and we’re the only ones left today. A few mosquitos at night though. Oh, and a nice playground for the kids!

Month of VisitJuly
Always C.
Reviewed Jun. 8, 2021

Small town park

Just 1 mile off hwy 2. Mature Cottonwood trees and a playground for the kids. Vaulted toilets, water available, horseshoe pits, 6 30 amp sites. Dump site in Chinook 9 miles west between 2 gas stations. No Verizon service, no OTA TV as the park in surrounded by hills.

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Month of VisitJuly
Always C.
Reviewed Jun. 8, 2021

Small town park

Just 1 mile off of hwy 2. Beautiful park with mature Cottonwood trees. Large area with playgrounds for the kids. Horseshoe pits, vaulted toilets, 6 30 amp spots, water available. $10 a night with hookups. Very well maintained park. Dump station in Chinook between two gas stations.

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Month of VisitJuly
Lindsay B.
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2015

Largest County Park in the Country

This isn't one campground, its dozens. Beaver Creek is the largest county park in the nation. It technically requires a $55 annual park pass for camping or usage of the park. The pass can be purchased at Stromberg Sinclair in Havre or other locations in Havre. There are two lakes with decent…

Lindsay B.
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2015

Fish, don't Camp

This is a great place to catch Pike, Walleye and Crappie. I would not want to camp at the tailwaters, but I recommend fishing.

Lindsay B.
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2015

Not fun, but it is a campground

If you're doing the Northern Tier and need somewhere to stay, this counts as a place to stay. If you are looking for an adventure, this isn't the spot. Good for RVs at events.

Lindsay B.
Reviewed Jun. 10, 2015

Largest County Park in the Country

This isn't one campground, its dozens. Beaver Creek is the largest county park in the nation. It technically requires a $55 annual park pass for camping or usage of the park. There are two lakes with decent fishing in the park and a lovely stream. Mount Otis has a well-maintained trail to the top,…

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Lindsay B.
Reviewed May. 5, 2015

Summer on the Hi-Line

Tons of people love to camp by Fresno in the summer. It's typically a boating/rv spot - some park their RV all summer at Fresno. It's a huge reservoir with great walleye fishing. Not pristine or tranquil, but a good time. Not for ideal for tent camping.

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