Thompson SP, Montana
Very quiet, remote and sandy. Did an overnight here after a KOA so you can imagine the differences! There is a “garage” set up as the park office. When I asked the host where the main visitor center was she looked at me like I was crazy. She said “ This is the park office, it’s a State Park!” So I didn’t ask anything else. The sites are fairly close together but spread along the sides of the road loops and there are no other campsites around you. The dogs located a mouthy squirrel so they were entertained and there were wild growing huckleberries (a popular thing round these parts) throughout the campground. No electric, community water sites throughout , pit toilets and the hosts had firewood for sale. The river was a short walk through the trees from our site . Beautiful clear water, sand and rocks. Good place to unplug for weekend.