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2 RV Parks near Decker, Montana
Jul 2014 - $40.00
One of our favorite state park campgrounds to stay at. There have been numerous upgrades to the park in the last year. Some being added electrical sites, added handicap accessible sites, two camp host sites and new potable water fill stations. Their vault bathrooms are as neat and clean as possible, although all the hard work the staff does goes out the window as soon as a disrespectful camper walks in. The staff has always done their best to let people camp in peace, but rules do have to be followed including keeping ones pets in control. Most of the time people are pretty good when the occasional mishap (pet off a leash or barking) with a pet happens as the majority of us who camp there love dogs. We love being there over the 4th as the staff does a little parade with water guns, the kids love to try to get them back with ice cold water from the cooler. The cell signal this year seems a lot worse than last year. I used to be able to check the weather report (important thing when you are boating) before we would go out but not this time. There was no signal strong enough to load my Weather Underground app, and the radio stations out of Sheridan were quite a bit fuzzier than last year. The only major improvements I would love to see would be another dump station on Pee Wee, updated launch dock that does not have splinters, day use boat slips so the boat launches are not impeded with people going to the marina and a shower facility. - MT woodworker
Jul 2014 - $28.00
I am surprised no one has reviewed this park before. There are several campgrounds around this lake, including one with double-wide, newly paved electric sites and roadways. New sites are very long, and you can easily park a 35 foot motorhome with a car in front, plus a boat and trailer alongside! Water is available from convenient faucets alongside the road. One negative is the dirt road getting in and the lack of cell phone service. I am also not sure about the availability of showers. There were only vault toilets in the new Camper's Point campground where I stayed. - judy_online
Oct 2018 - $44.00
Older park with adequate sites and good services that worked as expected. Located on a dead end road fairly close to the interstate. Access roads and road within the park were very narrow and muddy. The sites would accomodate big rigs but getting there on the park narrow and twisty roads could be a problem. Because of the roads, not sure I would return. - Kbob
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Like many KOAs, this was close to the freeway and lots of traffic noise. Staff when we checked in were businesslike, not real friendly. Interior roads were easy to navigate but were one way roads so you have to take a circuitous route to get in and out. - bobinidaho
Sep 2018 - $46.00
Very easy access off and on the highway. Park is typical of KOA Journey parks--gravel roads, gravel sites. Some trees on the entrance road could use some trimming. Otherwise there were no issues. Both Verizon and AT&T worked well. Our pull through site was easy to access and leave; there were some big trees we had to drive between but they were plenty far apart. We had no trouble getting a satellite TV signal from our rooftop dish. Our site was almost ridiculously long. We could easily have put another car, if not another RV on our site. The front office staff were pleasant. - docj