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11 RV Parks near Elliston, Montana
Oct 2018 - $31.00
Nice little park. The interstate highway and train tracks were nearby, but the noise was negligible. Roads and sites were gravel. Most sites were partially shaded. The park had a relaxed park Iike feel. Hookups were solid. T mobile was full bars so we didn't use the WiFi. We will stay here again. - whizbang
Oct 2018 - $27.00
Not a bad campground at all. Good power, nice and clean. Lots of room and long pull thru. Place was quite. Had some trains but no problem with noise. Only used power so the cost was low. Can not beat the price. Will stay again if in the area. Easy to get to. - neilontheroad
Sep 2018 - $30.00
This is a friendly older park. Facilities are older, but in good condition. Central building had lounge with kitchen, games, etc. We enjoyed our stay. - Wayne B41
May 2019 - $40.00
Nice pull-through site, big enough for our 42' plus tow. WiFi and no trees to block satellite. If you have a larger motorhome and a tow, you might have to disconnect. Several restaurants within walking distance. Local restaurants, many historical venues in the area. - RANDOLPH JONES
Sep 2018 - $39.00
A comfortable but pricey overnight stay. Easy access from I-90, with good interior gravel roads and long pull-thru gravel sites. Convenient hookups and good WiFi. OK cable TV, no OTA, and no obstructions to the satellites. Verizon cell/data were strong. Close to the interstate with the expected noise. - Meanderman
Sep 2018 - $40.00
The park is right off of I-90 there was some road noise but did not bother us. close to fuel and eating. The staff is friendly. The spaces are average width, but long. The roads are gravel and the sites are gravel with grass between sites. Easy access in and out. We would stay here again. - JDR
Aug 2018 - $15.00
We had the entire fairgrounds to ourselves for our two-night stay. Brand new restrooms and shower rooms were immaculate. Site was in a grassy pasture--could be muddy if rain is present. Some flies in the area--due to the nature of a fairgrounds and animals present. Rodeo arena was adjacent. We enjoyed watching calf ropers in action each evening, as they were practicing for the upcoming rodeo and fair. Fairgrounds manager was exceptionally friendly and helpful in spite of the fact that he was very busy getting ready for the annual Tri-County Fair that was to start a few days after we were there. - MissouriBird
Aug 2018 - $37.00
We drove through town and turned down the street to the KOA and I'm thinking we made a huge mistake because the KOA was so close to town. What a pleasant surprise. The owner/manager (and all around worker) is so knowledgeable of everything here. She recommended places to go and what we might like around here. The park is very nice. The spaces are good sized and I don't feel crowded. It's quiet. - Sheila Rosson
Jun 2018 - $38.00
We stayed here overnight. Quiet park, right next to a river/stream - that due to recent rains was running very fast and high. Park had minor flooding in one area. There is no TV provided, BUT what isn't stated is that per the owner "the whole town is unable to get OTA, unless they are lucky", so bring DVD, Books, if it is wet, clod and rainy like out visit. We did enjoy the park, the quiet and the views. the owner and her dog we a pleasure to speak to and deal with. We would stay again if in the area. the provided WIFI is a bit sketchy (on- off) - Sergent Major
Oct 2017 - $40.00
A fairly basic KOA. We stayed one night in the 1st week of October and it was fairly deserted. We never saw the owner, just did everything over the App & phone. They had us in a long gravel pull-through site with full hookups, but with our smaller rig we could have easily done one of the nice back-in spots along the river, with grass around them. Stopped here to do laundry, but with no one working had to walk into town (a few blocks away) to a bar to get some change. Deer were out wandering through the town on my way back. Just a good, quiet stopover on our way from Glacier NP to Yellowstone the next day. - VW_Vista
May 2019 - $21.00
Customer Service Fail. Came in before 2:00 pm, the check-in time. Even if I could not check in I would have liked to have placed the vehicle in the space they were going to put me in. I was there for over an hour before they told me the site, I still had to wait until 2:00 to check-in and get the key to unlock the services. Camp Host is very helpful and friendly. The Fam Camp is small and well maintained. Sites slightly unlevel. Easy to get around only three roads in the fam camp. Came in south gate, they recommend north-gate as it is meant for commercial trucks. You will have to call the main-gate and a policeman will open gate for you. - TekManiac
Jul 2018 - $21.00
Although the sites were terribly close together, and they installed 50 amp in the small sites and 30 amp in the larger sites, and there is an island built up with curbs in between each site that houses the sewer hookup (making the sewer hookup higher than the RV's connection) I have to say the park is comfortable. The park host is immaculate in his upkeep. As soon as an RV pulls out, he checks the site for any grass or weeds that might have come up through the gravel then he rakes the island and the gravel the where the RV parks. There is no trash, no junk, nothing unsightly at all. There is no wifi. The utilities are fine (power went out once and they had to change out the big 200 amp breaker, but they took care of it within a few hours). A word about the utilities: The park was originally set up to park social side to social side making the utilities on wrong sides, etc. However, when you go there to park, the host has you park in a normal fashion so you have to run electric under your rig (or other utilities). Even though there are quite a few negatives, the park host does an outstanding job keeping it neat, clean and comfortable. We would go back. - jomark
Jul 2017 - $21.00
Lady we called for reservations was excellent. Site was level gravel, utilities all worked fine. Key from office needed to unlock electric. Be sure to get exact directions for entering base. - hug448844
Jul 2016 - $20.00
Prior review still applies, but to reiterate a few points: Make sure you fill up your water in the parking lot where you register. If you have a large vehicle, you may want to shop around for the best site before committing to one. We had an end one with a good drop to into; it was pretty level once in. Fire pits, picnic tables and trash barrel at each site. When we pulled in, we were disappointed with the depressing landscape of mostly dirt and some weeds, but there was hardly anyone else around, the view was amazing, and it was very quiet except for the occasional train. Within minutes though, we were loving it. Locals walk their dogs (almost all off-leash) here resulting in more much more activity than just the campers. Excellent location for seeing the Helena sights. Loved being able to do a loop around the fairgrounds with our dogs. If you've got kids, there is a pond where children-only can fish and a great huge playground. If full, then I can imagine it feeling much more cramped. - MichelleKry
Jul 2015 - $20.00
The review of this campground is slightly distorted since we were the only campers in the park.
The campground is way in the back of the fairgrounds and a little difficult to find. Basically follow the racetrack but you will need to register at the front office first. They will turn on the electricity.
Some of the interior roads within the fairground have pot holes but the interior road within the campground is OK. All of the sites are back-ins on packed gravel. The length of the sites varies as does the electrical service. Some are 20/30 while a few are 20/30/50 amp service. The utility box was situated on the appropriate side. Half of the sites are angled on the blind side. The front office has a map indicating the length of each site and their amperage. Some sites are more leveled then others.
There is water available within the fairgrounds but not at the campground. There is no dump station within the fairgrounds. A dump station is available at the Exxon station (I-15, Exit 194).
There are two pit toilets within the campground. Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table. There are no showers and no Wi-Fi. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well within the campground. There was some rail road noise at night.
The freeway was about 2 miles away and about 3 miles from town. We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We were in a 32 foot rig. - adsaxs
Oct 2018 - $16.00
We stopped here for an overnight visit on our way to Idaho. There were plenty of spaces available and we used the self-check-in option. The park is very clean and quiet with very few occupants at this time. The hook-ups are well-placed and fairly easy to use. I would be willing to stay here another time and learn more about the mine, but we're on a schedule so...... - SueJean
Jul 2018 - $16.00
Small park with easy access to highway. Difficult to locate check-in area but the staff was very friendly once I found them. WIFI as the best we had during the 2 months we were on the road. Fine for a 1 night stay. - dreger
Sep 2017 - $16.00
This is a hidden gem! The park is small and quiet. I had a lovely level shaded spot with full hook-ups. The park host was on hand when I arrived and helped me back-in to the spot (my first time!) as was available if I had any questions. The bathrooms were private and showers were coin operated and cost 0.25 for 2 minutes. Portable space heaters were provided in the bathrooms and were needed since the nights were cold! I will revisit this campground. - Sisababe