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We were happy to find this campground on our way to Yellowstone. It was easy to access off of I-90. Quiet, clean and roomy sites. Would stay again!
Close to water. Nice tree cover. Fire pits were taped off at the time of visit due to high fire danger.
By far one of my favorite Mt lake hikes! With great camping at both the lower and upper lakes, I recommend using the trails app to help navigate through the switch backs, and have lots of water! Me and my friends stayed at the lower lake, both hammock and tent camping.
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Just a short drive outside of Thompson Fall, is this hidden gem. Tucked in the pines, you will find generously spaced sites, beautifully maintained grounds and wonderful hosts. The entrance is off Blue Slide Rd. You have a quick access to the Clark Fork River for fishing and kayaking. Just a…
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There is a Motel, Casino, Lounge. Dining, Bowling AND an RV Park here. Unfortunately, due worker shortage. most were closed. But, a small herd of deer welcomed us at the entrance. That was cool.. The RV park is up the hill to the left of everything else. Once in the RV section, you don't see…
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First. I have to say, if you can, visit when the Flathead Lake Cherries are in season. Omg! The BEST cherries I have ever had. Exiting at St. Regis, I had to stop to get. I think I ate an entire pint before I even got to the campground. Lol. Anyway, as others have said, this CG is really…
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Easy little spot to set up for the night.
Beautiful campground that is free and up to 14 days. Crappy camp hosts and not clean bathrooms whatsoever
Great friendly and clean place to stay in Missoula Montana!
Not the best in terms of views, but worth the drive to get out of the city. You will have the occasional driver coming up and dust you a bit, but if you can get past that, it's a nice area to set up camp. You've got to go in at least 5 miles to camp.
Awesome gardens, trees, and space between campsite. Best I have ever seen!
Great place to stay if your in the St. Regis area. You don’t have to leave the campground if you don’t want to with tons of great activities. Bathrooms were good, showers could use some work but they were clean and had hot water. Tree sites 7 and 8 would be our preferred sites. Larger rigs look at…
The fish will be small, just a couple of bank fishing options.
The sites are big and it sees little use, mostly locals.
6 miles from camp, on Two Tree point, you'll find strong cell service.
Good huckleberry picking along the way there.
It is a no fee campground.
We pulled in on a Thursday afternoon. The sign on the office said go across the street to pool, no big deal I had my space # so we pulled in set up then drove over to The pool. I had already paid so it was easy the nice person handed me the receipt and said have a nice day we asked about swimming…
What a fun place. Yes. It is right on the road. Yes, there are ATVs driving by. However, the fun we experienced during our 4 days there, far overshadowed those little things. First, an RV park AND Brewery AND restaurant! What? That's right! You heard me. And it's really really good beer and…