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8 RV Parks near Alberton, Montana
Nov 2018 - $34.00
Stayed here overnight. Nice little park next to a restaurant. Staff was very friendly and allowed us to change sites. The highway was noisy and there are train tracks across the river. Would stay here overnight again. - KingFisher2
Sep 2018 - $34.00
Not a destination, good for an overnight stay on the way to somewhere else, very tight access, sites are barely level and all dirt, good over OVA television, WIFI only at the Bar. Bathrooms are dated but clean, laundry was just ok, we stayed a week but would not stay again. - Tfrout
Aug 2018 - $35.00
We couldn't find a site anywhere in Missoula but we found this little gem of a campground. It is very shady and located right beside the Clark Fork river. The sites are gravel with large green areas between. They offer 30 amp only. The restaurant was great. There is also a nice bar and a gaming room. The downside is the train tracks across the river with frequent trains (though they don't blow their horns) and the close proximity to Hwy 90. The roads are tight but we managed to maneuver our 41 ft motorhome to our site without unhooking our tow vehicle. I highly recommend it for an overnight or longer stay. - DonnaZ2018
Sep 2018 - $5.00
This is a very large campground that is divided into three loops, A & C on the north side of the highway, and G loop on the south side of the highway. All are accessed through the rest area at Mile Post 58, with signs pointing the way. A & C loops are additionally accessed through a 14' culvert tunnel -- it is 14' at the apex, the sides are rounded. We made it through with our Newmar Dutch Star, which is 13' (we would not have attempted it had G loop been open as we were assured it was by the ranger when I called the day prior.) The A loop was similarly closed, but on a walk-through we saw that it had pull-throughs as well as back-ins. We ended up in C16, which was a paved level site with plenty of room for our rig and toad. All sites had a picnic table and fire ring. There are fresh water spigots and bear-proof food lockers located throughout the park.
For as large as this place is, it is lightly used, and there were only a few others campers around, with plenty of space between all of us. Being on the highway, there is plenty of road noise.
The pay station is located at the front of loops A & C, $10 (no hookups; cash only) and $5 for Access Pass, etc. There is also a nice, clean restroom by the pay station with a flush toilet, real mirror, and electrical outlet. Just across the road is the main garbage can shelter, well fenced and secured for bears. This area is well-lit at night; the rest of the park is dark.
There is a 1/2-mile interpretive nature trail located off the back of C loop with explanatory brochures in the boxes at either end.
For the price, this was an excellent one-night stopover. - Chasing Dirt
Aug 2018 - $10.00
Surprising campground when you pull off at an Interstate rest area. Very spacious, site level. You can camp on either side of I by using the one lane tunnel under the highway. My suggestion, camp on the north side of highway, further away from railroad. Nice trail on northern side goes down near river. Roadways are great for walking dogs. I'm tagging this campground for an overnight when we head out west again next summer. - ranierguy
Jun 2018 - $5.00
Access is from Rest Areas at Mile Post 58 of I-90, either direction. One part of the campground is on the north side of I-90, and the other part is on the south side. Westbound has access to Loops A and B; eastbound has access to loop G. There is a tunnel under I-90 which lets you go between the two parts of the campground, but I was warned by the volunteer attendant that the clearance is tight and so I did not try it. There are many water spigots along the roads and they have threaded connections for a temporary hose connection. Use of the Dump Station is $2.00. There are 6 pullthrus on loop A, plus many deep easy back in sites on loops A, C, and G. All are heavily shaded by huge ponderosa pines which are beautiful and also dampen most of the highway noise. Loop G has a railroad track nearby which occasional train noise. - JackSchmotzer
Sep 2016 - $5.00
Nice little forest service campground to spend the night. No hookups. We were in a 32 foot Class A pulling a car. There were a number of pull through spots big enough that we didn't have to unhook. Has a nice feeling of being in the middle of nowhere. I consider that a good thing. A little traffic noise was the only negative. - Russell G
Jun 2016 - $27.00
This was a one night stay. Spaces are close to each other we stayed in the back loop close to the water. No sewer hook up but they do have a station.
It was quiet for most part my wife heard live music at times from across the street. The restroom and showers need attention. Not bad for the money but needs attention. - mcomeaux
Aug 2011 - $10.00
This is a Forest Service campground. Very nice paved access roads and about 10 pull through sites. Tables and fire rings at most sites. Quiet but immediately adjacent to the Lolo Pass Highway 12. 15 miles west of Lolo. Nothing fancy but a great outdoor experience. You need to be self contained but there are pit toilets and water spigots available. - rncordy
Sep 2018 - $54.00
This place was probably nice at some point? Bring a spool of cable if you want to use the TV. The sewer and water are 25 feet apart so bring several extra sewer connection hoses too. The pull thru sites were not close to being level. The grass is burnt brown. Just for fun we tried the mini golf. The mini golf was probably nice when it was new too. This is a tired old park that has some potential but it needs to be rebuilt to modern standards. There is a very nice park close by however you need advance reservations to get a spot. - Pugbus
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Our pull through site was level but had no shade. We had full hook-ups but did not need the sewer which was good because I would have had to use 3 hoses to reach the sewer at the back end of our site. There were several good OTA TV stations and a good Verizon signal. The WiFi worked well. The park is convenient to I-90 and there is a Flying J at the exit. The staff was friendly and we did not see any long term campers. We would stay here again. - MarkandMarty
Aug 2018 - $47.00
We stayed at this park with our caravan. All 16 rigs had pull thru sites that were long enough for our motorhomes and you could pull your car up on an angle in front or behind your rig. The bathrooms were AWESOME! - NYParsels
Oct 2018 - $46.00
While the landscaping was very pretty it just seems they are trying to make this some sort of "upscale" campground, especially with all the rules. We were supposed to have full hookups but didn't have running water - no apologies, no discount. We were placed in the back of the park so we got to hear a train running through every 2-4 hours during the night and it was so loud. The second night we kept our radio on just to cover the noise. We had people walk their dogs through our campsite three or four times even though it specifically states in their list of many rules not to do that. It appears that they have a lot of people living there. Then there's the fact that there's no fire pits. What's camping without a camp fire? We probably won't be staying there again. - outsider
Oct 2018 - $34.00
Booked in advance, staff is friendly and very helpful. Train is nearby but not bothersome for us. Bathhouse is one of the best I've been in. WIFI was excellent, we were told it had just been upgraded. Cable TV was pretty good, only had one channel that didn't come in clear, not exactly sure if it was a problem on their end or mine. AT&T and StraightTalk cell signals weer good. - allen8106
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We stayed here in Missoula to have some work done on our motorhome at a facility just down the street. It’s a beautiful park! Although we were there in October after the summer, the gorgeous flower beds were still somewhat in bloom and it’s apparent that they care about their park. There’s an abundance of hand crafted goods in the office for sale ( which I bought) and everything is neat and tidy. Our site was easy to pull into and out of
And all the hookups worked as they should. Our interactions with the owners and one employee were very pleasant, and they seem like really nice, genuine people. Great place and easy to get to. - Harles
Jul 2008 - $10.00
This is a National Forest Service (NFS) campground 26 miles west of Lolo, Montana on Highway 12. It is a typical NFS campground - rustic, no hookups or any other amenities. What is unusual are the wide paved roads and large sites which could accommodate large rigs. Trees do not interfere with navigating through this campground and parking in the sites. If you are a Lewis & Clark buff following their trip through the Bitterroot Mountains, this is a great place to park if you are equipped to dry camp for a few days. If I were comparing this campground to other NFS campgrounds, I would give it a rating of 9 or 10. - Comdac
Jul 2017 - $30.00
I stayed her four nights over the 4th of July holidays in site 3 while driving through in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car. Having seen some positive online reviews I booked a site two months in advance so I would have a quiet place to stay over the holiday. This is a very small park (15 sites) in a shady hollow right on the Jocko River in the Flathead Indian Reservation. The campground is immaculate and the area is simply glorious. The park, however, has its issues. First, most of the nice sites with hookups are taken by extended stay/permanent folk. I was put in site 3. Don't take it. It shares a 30 amp pole with a permanent resident's 50 amp 5th wheel -- and I mean -- they share the 30 amps. After my surge protector kept shutting the power off every time I turned something on I went to the owner who pulled out the permanent resident and we had a discussion and decided we would both run one AC and nothing else. It was in the 90s. My power still kept shutting off and I was worried about frying my AC. (In fairness, the other sites did not have this issue.) Then there is the noise. The campground is right next to an overpass on Highway 93. The overpass amplifies the noise and the traffic doesn't slow until late at night. Then there is the train. Then there was the irrigation pump run off an incredibly loud generator that ran most of the day watering the grass. Oh -- and my door looked directly into the women's bathroom (at least it was the women's). This was my experience. There are a couple tent camper type sites right on the river that were beautiful and I would guess some folk would be very happy with them. The best thing about the park is that it is 20 minutes from the National Bison Range with its 19 mile scenery and wildlife filled auto tour. Verizon worked fine. There is an open field behind the office for dog walking. - SoloRed
Oct 2018 - $41.00
Paved roads with gravel pads. You have your choice of open, shaded, or partially shaded spots. They are 3 fenced dog areas, a pool, adults only hot tub, solid full hookups, okay wifi, an onsite retail store, and clean bathrooms and showers. Every big box national chain has a store on Reserve street walking distance away. This is our third time here since 2010. - whizbang
Aug 2018 - $43.00
Stayed for 2 nights. Level pad, long enough for motor home and towed vehicle. Easy to maneuver, all utilities worked well. - retirednrving
Aug 2018 - $43.00
very busy park that books up early so call ahead. We were on the main drive in and the traffic speeds were a factor if you have Children or pets. The park is right in town and is surrounded with mobile homes. - acadiandave