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Found this place on accident with Google. It's a way off from city life. At one point we were in the middle of nowhere and still had an hour to go. The views on the way are amazing though. The site has RV, tent and cabin rentals available and are in great shape. Bath houses are new with flushing…
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I camped two nights . The sites are spacious and most are shady. We took a nice hike along the river. There is an rv dump for $10. There was no water available during my stay. Only downside was a swarm of horseflies that were not deterred by bug spray or a bug light!
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We stayed here a few days in May. We had a great time. There were only 2 other people camping there the whole weekend. There’s tons of trails to ride side by sides. The campground is clean and the sites have plenty of space for our 28ft toy hauler. We would definitely stay here again.
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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.
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.
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.
This place isn’t fancy but it’s only $5 to camp for the night. As we sit here there are only two other campers here so there’s plenty of room to spread out. We did find power over in one of the pavilions if you just have to have it for awhile but it’s not available at individual campsites. There…
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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…
Nice campground with 10 spots. Nestled in the Little Rocky Mountains, campground offers lots of shade with creek running by it. Bathroom was clean and nice tables by fire rings.
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…
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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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Montana is definitely one of my all time favorite places to visit. Being from Washington, there is so many hikes there, and Montana definitely reminds me a little of Washington- except the mountains are EVERYWHERE!! The hiking here is amazing, and Montana Gulch Campground is the best. The…
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Montana is hands down one of my favorite places to visit to be outdoors. I am from Washington where there is TONS of places to camp and hike, and Montana definitely is a close tie to Washington and the incredible outdoors. One thing I love about Montana Gulch is the vast views of the mountains. The…
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Montana Gulch is such a great place to visit and stay if you are ever in the area. Being from Montana, I have had the pleasure of staying at quite a few places and this one is probably one of my favorites. I love that the campground is surrounded be the beautiful mountains, and there are so many…
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Without the river map or GPS this site would be easy to miss. Can't see the campground from the river due to all the willow and the sign is missing. Only a small flag tied to a willow marked the landing location. This site is classified as a developed public access site and campground due to the…
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