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11 Reviews of 2 Whately, Montana Campgrounds
I was expecting more when I saw this site online but honestly it was the total opposite. Beautiful none the less but I was expecting a bit more privacy and there absolutely is none. The site was full with what looked to be more rv sites than tent sites so we moved up the road (24) and found another…
Always friendly, helpful people, well kept and clean. Biking, walking trails along river with fishing ponds. Nice park area for playing. Sites are well spaced and decent size. Easy drive to boat and swimming access.
Fort Peck Downstream Campground is a real gem. My son and I were there for four days, 8/29-9/1/2020. My son is a quad and uses a power chair.
Benefits: This campground is run by the Army Corps of Engineers, and it shows. Well paved roads, wide spaces, lots of room between spaces, laid…
Great, well kept campground. Great views, great walking paths. Wildlife sightings were abundant!
Reliable hook ups, clean showers. Go back every year!
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located just a quarter of a mile from the scenic overlook is a road that looks step to the lakeside of the road. If you follow it around you will find many spots to camp. We chose a spot that was slightly muddy but just enough that it was soft to sleep on. We brought a canoe and carried it to the…
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Camped in early September. Beautiful campground with large trees. Quiet and peaceful. Has power at most sites. Sites are large and level. Will have new restrooms open next year. Army Corps of Engineers so less than $20. Half price for seniors.
Lots of fishing, swimming, and boating up Hell Creek!
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We love going to the Downstream campground at Fort Peck Dam.
There are tons of shade trees, many different types of camping spots, fishing ponds, walking/running trails all around the campground, and great shower facilities.
This campground has great lakeside sites and the people at the marina are very friendly!
Pretty much just boating and fishing to do here. It’s a great stop along our boat camping trip along the Missouri (also accessible by car). Pros: some sites reserved for walk-ups, some sites close to docks, clean, outhouses, swimming. Cons: open and no privacy.
The campground itself is spacious and right on the creek. Flush toilets were appreciated. There is a boat launch as well, which weathered the rainstorm and was utilized by many other campers while we were there. Great spot for kayaking.
One issue: it is very hard to get in when it rains if you…