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5 RV Parks near Cascade, Montana
Sep 2018 - $38.00
Great place to stay for several days and just relax! Small campground with nice friendly owners. Gravel roads and sites, easy to maneuver, and fairly level, but no shade at all. Campground is located in a canyon between mountains, with less than 5 minute walk to a fishing and boating access on the scenic stretch of the mighty MO River than runs through here. Expect daily visits from deer, occasional visits from bighorn sheep. Easy access from I-15, yet totally secluded from its sight and noise. WiFi was good. No camp store, but there is a separately owned little store right in front of the park. Small bathroom/shower facility that is well maintained though. Laundry facility nice, with large machines. Will definitely stay here again on a return fishing trip if in area. Closest town is aboot 13 miles north so come prepared. More-so if you don't have a towed vehicle. - manonthemtn
Aug 2018 - $38.00
Location, location, location! Perfect place to stay a week and just relax! Very small campground with very nice and friendly owners. Gravel roads and sites, easy to maneuver, and fairly level, but no shade at all. Campground is nestled in a canyon between mountains, with less than 5 minute walk to a fishing and boating access on the scenic stretch of Missouri River than runs through here...and of course a Lewis and Clark Expedition connection. Have daily visits from mule deer, occasional visits from bighorn sheep, and can almost always see osprey and bald eagles flying along river in canyon. Easy access from I-15, yet totally secluded from its sight and noise. No cable, and we could not get any OTA TV reception. One of best WiFi CG's we have had, which was good, because Verizon service is very spotty. Our EMS flicked power off and on one night, not quite sure of cause. No camp store, but there is a separately owned little store right in front of camp and, of course for this region, that store offers lots of fly fishing gear. Small bathroom/shower facility - one room each for men and women, which rarely was an issue due to limited number of sites. However, bathroom was the Achilles Heel of campground - no ventilation, very hot in day, and a bit dingy. Overall well maintained though; they fixed a problem with door lock and latch while we were there. Laundry facility nice, with large machines. Would definitely stay here again if in area. - We Roamed and Rambled
Jul 2018 - $39.00
The park in just off the old highway in a box canyon. Sites are fairly level and have a good gravel surface. Space at our spot was good. We enjoyed the owners and they were helpful with information. Deer walk thru the camp pretty much every day. The herd of bighorn sheep strolled thru one morning and put on a great show. The "recreation road" the park is located on meanders along the Missouri giving you access to all the launch points. No shade at your site and the winds sometimes blew so make sure your AC is in top shape. No bugs like some of our recent spots.. It could use some TLC in the appearance and landscape but we will definitely be back. Great WIFI. - Blowfishqueen
Jul 2015 - $10.00
The Holter Dam Recreation area is a great place to camp if you want to boat, fish, and see some wildlife such as deer and big horn sheep, etc. If not, then this is not the camp ground for you. Don't confuse this with the Holter Lake campground. The sites are all gravel and they can accommodate any size RV. The sites all have fire rings (Host sells wood for $4 a bundle), picnic tables, shade covered structure over the picnic table, and grass. Perfect for pitching a tent. All sites are steps away from the river's edge with a slow current. There is a pit toilet and water spigots. There is plenty of parking and a boat launch ramp with no charge to launch your boat. This area is a favorite place for both residents and guided fishing tours. The cost to camp is $10 per night; it is dry camping, no hook ups and no dump station. There is a two mile dirt road entrance, but it is not too difficult for any rig. The nearest town is Wolf Creek. It is a small town with a few supplies if needed. We stayed three nights in Site #1 which gave us a full view of the river. - Susan r
Aug 2012 - $10.00
Holter Lake is a BLM campground. Wide spaces- paved to campground, gravel on spaces. Nicely landscaped, and not too close to the neighbors. Marina is available for small fee. This four-site camping and day-use complex is located along lower Holter Lake and the Missouri River about 40 miles north of Helena and 40 miles west of Great Falls. Located in a beautiful mountain setting, the area offers a variety of recreation opportunities. Fishing for rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, walleye, and perch is popular. Lewis and Clark traveled through this area 200 years ago. Activities: Fishing, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, picnicking, hiking. Facilities/Services: Overnight camping area, swimming beach, boat ramps, boat docks, parking areas, fish cleaning stations, drinking water, accessible toilets. Reservations are available for group camping at Log Gulch and for day-use picnic shelter functions at both Holter Lake and Log Gulch. Site managers and campground hosts are available. Location/Access: Take Exit 226 ( Wolf Creek) or Exit 234 (Craig) from I-15. Follow the signs for approximately 5 miles to the Holter Lake complex. Fees: Day use--$2/vehicle Camping--$10/camping unit (RV/tent) (includes day-use fee); Holter Dam $6/camping unit (RV/tent). Camping stay limits are limited to 7 consecutive days. Season day-use pass--$25/vehicle Group picnic reservation--$50/group plus standard fees above. - SunnyHoward
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Stayed here for 1 month. Very nice and quiet. No cell phone service in campground. Had to drive about 1 mile toward Wolf Creek for service. Restaurant on site, great food. - Fulltime-2015