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17 RV Parks near Bozeman, Montana
Aug 2018 - $9.00
This is a small US Forest Service Park right along side highway 191. The sites on the river side of the highway would be best (sites 10-15), though I'm sure all the sites are affected by the loud highway noise during the day. The traffic did subside at night, but started again at daylight. The campsites are partly shady, not very level, and not very open, as the undergrowth is very thick. The interior road is paved and easy to navigate. We wouldn't stay again, due to the noise and nowhere to walk from the campground. - sail2blue
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Management very nice and helpful. Park is old and I believe only a few sites for short timers. Our 30 amp kept cutting off with just air on and TV on. Looks like they are working to clean up. - SuenDave
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Host was rude and hateful. Facilities were filthy. Campground was dirty with animal feces every where. Train noises all night. - Sherry_C
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This park is by the train tracks so you hear the train all night long.
Its an older park only has 30 amp service so you can not use the air.
Spots are tight so you can not use all your slides if you have a big rig.
You can not use your awing either. The bathrooms were not very clean and most of the washers were out of order.
One of the full time residents had a dog off the leash he was running around pooping every where and the owner did not clean it up. - B mack
Aug 2018 - $60.00
OUTSTANDING hosts at this lovely park. This has been the best RV park we've experienced in this past year since we started RVing. We drove in and were greeted by a host who explained where our spot would be. Then another host appeared with a small bag of 4 home baked cookies for us and two dog treats for our dog!! They even had our own personal little sign greeting all three of us at the site. The setting was ideal, the sound of the rushing river day and night was peaceful and calming. Each RV site sat right along the river! This couple has thought of everything! A stairway down to the shore line of the river led to picnic tables with umbrellas, a hammock, a LARGE community fire pit, complete with firewood, matches and kindling. There were also two Weber kettle charcoal grills and charcoal, as well as hotdog and marshmallow forks for roasting fun! The small cafe on site boasted necessary supplies in a limited variety. Also, local souvenirs and their own jellies and jams. Breakfast was delicious and served just a few days of the week. Owners lived right on site and across from the cabins, so you know they run an upstanding business. Landscaping was fun and whimsical with lots of attention to details. There was an outdoor patio for dining options and also a game area with corn hole boards, crochet set and large yard dice. - HicksGC
Aug 2017 - $55.00
This small park is right on the Gallatin River and we could sit in our living quarters and gaze out at the river. Owners very friendly and there are cabins in this location as well. - DRBurns
May 2019 - $28.00
This small state park is lovely. It's easily a destination park. We used it for one night on a long trip on I-90. It's only 5 miles from I-90. There are no hookups, showers, or flush toilets. There are two modern vault toilets. You'll feel out in nature with the trees, rivers, and trails. Site 16 where we stayed and site 17 are at the end of the campground loop. These are the nicest sites. They are comfortably spaced and private with tall, thick vegetation separating the two sites. Sites 3 and 15 are pull outs by themselves on the side of the loop road. Sites 4 through 14 are in an open area on either side of the loop road. These are either shared pull throughs or back in sites. - Neil and JoAnn
Sep 2018 - $18.00
We camped 2 nights in campsite #13. At first I thought is was an odd spot for our travel trailer, but it worked out nicely and was very private. We had room for the slide (albeit along the road into the park) but there are only 17 campsites so the traffic was minimal. We had a fire each night, enjoyed the birds and even spotted a moose & calf across the river. We enjoyed the historical/nature trails across the road, went to the L&C Caverns, Madison Buffalo Jump and Norris Hot Springs. We will stay again. AND the vault toilets were especially clean and smelled like cinnamon. Thank you! - GetOutdoors123
Sep 2018 - $17.00
Stayed for one night is Space # 17. It has to be the best space in the CG!!. Site was level and there were no hookups. AT&T service was OK, Sprint was bad. OTA was good. While there was decent shade, we were able to use our portable solar panel during the day. Generator hours were fine. Easy walk to the River and Confluence. Also a 13 mile RT bike trail from the CG into Three Forks. - Davishouse2
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here only one night on our way through. Park itself was very clean and neat. Only 8 sites that I saw and 3 of them were occupied by long term staters. No bathrooms for the park, no showers or laundry, but quiet and beautiful grass! The sites are all locked (water and electric and entrance to site) and must be unlocked to let you in. Definitely you should have reservations like we did. - overogal
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Great overnight stop, although, if you have business to do it wouldn't be bad for a few more days. The park is very well kept and very convenient since all 9 sites are pull through. Great water pressure, 76 psi. So don't forget your pressure regulator. Check-in is at the grocery store but don't pull into the store's parking lot. It's too small. Park on the side road between the RV park and the fairgrounds. Sites are fairly level, too. I have no problem coming back when I pass this way again. - KD7UCH
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is an over night camping spot for self contained rigs: there are no showers, toilets, laundry facilities or TV hook ups. This is an large open field around a grocery market where they have put down grass sod, picnic tables, sewer, water and electric connections and airport mix (packed gravel) down for parking pads. There are a few trees around the parking pads but no real shade. There is no TV cable or satellite connection provided, but your own Direct TV satellite connection is very easy. The area is fenced off and quiet. Obviously it is very easy to walk across the lawn to the market if you need anything; they do have a snack bar. We were in site 9 which is the farthest site away from the market and closest to the surrounding neighborhood; there was a chained up dog at a house across the street from our campsite which barked almost non-stop while we were there, it was sad and really quite irritating. Not the RV park's issue, but it did taint our stay. I think the $40.00 overnight charge is a bit steep for what they provide but it was easy and convenient from the highway; it was a pull through site. There is no highway noise. We would stay there again but would ask for a site away from the barking dog. - Hikinjack