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3 RV Parks near Jordan, Montana
Jun 2019 - $30.00
We spent one night at the Old Dorm RV Park in Jordan, MT not listed in Good Sam that I found searching local areas with Google Maps. They have 8 back-in sites and two pull-along. It's $30/night for FHU. High, but there's nothing else in the area. Unfortunately, the gravel surface is heavily rutted due to prior mud conditions (the surface wasn't set up right obviously) making parts of it impassable for RVs. But we were able to pull alongside a back-in site since no one else was there. It's a good concept but the owner must be an absentee owner or they would see the problem which I did report to them via their email address. Do NOT take MT-200 from Lewiston to Glendive! Conditions from about 45 mi. W of Jordan to Brockway are really atrocious, some with real RV punishment even at 40 mph, the rest at no more than 50 mph with many shots at ripping off your hitch on deep and unexpected depressions in the roadway. - MNroadie
Jul 2015 - $34.00
Very nice campground at the end of a very rough road. About 30 miles of the roughest gravel road I have ever been on in my life. And I live in a very remote area all my life. It was a very nice campground , nice sites with electric hooks only. Will return again. - Big Rig
Jul 2011 - $20.00
This campground is at the end of a 20 mile rough, gravel road but it is worth the drive. The scenery (badlands and Ft. Peck Lake/Missouri River) are worth it. The showers and bathroom are clean considering you have many swimmers/fisher people using them. There is a playground and a nearby marina that has food, gas and ice. We had to bring our own water due to a water problem that happened with the flooding. The campground host is extremely nice and helpful. There isn't a lot of shade of the actual campsites but there are some trees, and you can find shade to sit in. We will camp here again. - vagabondmom
Sep 2017 - $14.00
Remote and rugged. Located on the Missouri River/ Fort Peck Reservoir there is little here but big skies, cows and amazing views. The reservoir offers great water sport options and is the largest lake in Montana. Our site was windy. - Astrid