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4 RV Parks near Medicine Lake, Montana
Aug 2012 - $17.00
We stayed there while my husband was working in the North Dakota area. This area is MUCH nicer than any place in ND that we found. For $500/month it is also a GREAT deal. Always kept clean. The people who run the park also run the Ag Supply Store in town. They were always very friendly and willing to help. - PipelinerWife
Oct 2011 - $25.00
This is not really a campground, but a parking area behind a car wash. I stayed here for 1 week while working in the area. This is a no frills campground, but a great place to stay if you are working in the area. For $25 a night you get excellent Wi-Fi, cable, and water pressure. No showers or restrooms. The Verizon cell phone signal was also very strong. The two guys that own the place were more than accommodating. I would stay here again. - bjmjr1
Sep 2011 - $10.00
This campground is also called Boxwood Elder RV Campground. It is a city run campground in the extreme northeast corner of Montana where we could find no other campgrounds. It has 30 amp and water, no sewer. It has pit toilets. A donation of $10 is requested for a site with hook-ups. The telephone number is the number for City Hall. Sites are first come, first served. Sites were decent size and ours was level. A dump station is available at the rest area on the east edge of town. Right behind the dump station is a Lions run campground with about 8 sites with electric and water, but they were too small for our 40 foot rig. The farmland around Plentywood is rich and beautiful, and the town itself is a lovely little oasis in a very rural area. There are grocery, liquor, hardware, and drug stores as well as several restaurants. While not a luxury campground, it was adequate and very welcome for an overnight between Saskatoon and Medora, allowing us to miss the nightmare of traffic and overcrowding that Williston, ND has become. - grizzlybear
Aug 2012 - $30.00
The campground has a new owner as of last year and there are a number of mobile homes here. Most (all?) of the RV sites are filled with semi-permanent residents due to the oil boom in eastern MT and western ND. We were lucky to get the only site available for the one night we stopped. The 50A power showed a lot of voltage fluctuation and we had to bypass our surge protector. Fortunately we didn't need A/C. - Ned
Nov 2006 - $15.00
This is a utilitarian park in the northeast corner of Montana. The two private baths are new and very well maintained. The owner is very helpful and friendly and truly went out of his way to help my wife and I. In fact, he had closed for the season the week before we came and stayed open so we could hunt pheasants. Full hook ups, and gravel drive. If you find yourself well off the beaten path this is a good park to put your feet up! - bsarro1