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12 RV Parks near Norris, Montana
Jun 2018 - $33.00
$33 for a full service back-in site. This is a small 9 site RV campground with 4 tent sites. As is typical of campgrounds that advertise WiFi, it was not available at our site. One of the staff said that the only internet is by the pool, and the reception there was excellent. There is no cell phone reception. The sign for the campground is midway between the east and west entrances, so approach slowly, lest you pass the entry. In addition to the hot springs pool, there is a takeout restaurant with most seating outside at tables and chairs on the grass, and a small band area where musicians perform Friday, Saturday, & Sunday evenings at 7pm. - driftdiver1
Sep 2018 - $36.00
We stayed at Ennis RV Village for three nights while traveling between Idaho and our visit to the Tetons. The campground is along the Madison River and my husband was eager to get in some fly fishing. The CG is about 45 miles south of I-90 along US 287 and easy access from the main road. CG roads and sites are gravel and we were able to easily maneuver around the park with our 45ft motorhome with car attached. Sites are gravel with a small section of grass between sites and level. We were easily able to level the coach with our jacks. Utilities were mid site and worked well. Water pressure was good. We had good satellite reception and no OTA channels. Although the CG has Wi-Fi we were unable to connect at any point while we were there. We did not use the rest rooms or laundry so cannot comment on that. There is no defined dog park but there are large open, grassy areas to the east and north of the park where folks walked their dog. There is no playground area for kids. Campground staff were very friendly and helpful both on the phone and in person. The campground in general is well kept with metal art and flowers throughout. The views from the campground are wonderful, particularly to the east. We would definitely stay here in the future. - LvR
Sep 2018 - $36.00
Agree with the prior review. Staff was very pleasant. Interior roads were easy to navigate in our 43' motorhome. Site was long enough for big rig and tow vehicle plus some. Utilities are well placed and actually had two sewer connections on each site to minimize having to use extensions. Wifi was good. No cable, but we had no trouble using our roof mounted satellite dish. Campground is well landscaped and has spectacular mountain views. A work camper told us the owner did his research and interviewed RVers extensively before he built the park, and he obviously got it right. We definitely would stay again. - GrandpaDan
Aug 2018 - $28.00
The owner & staff do much more than is required of them to accommodate guests. My thanks to them for their assistance. Doing that "little bit" more is what makes this park stand out. The park and facilities were always spotlessly clean and kept up. Try The baked goods, "mom's" quality. Definitely deserving of its rating. - Karit1
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a very small RV park located just as you enter Ennis from the south. There are no restrooms, showers, or cable but there is 50 amp, water and sewer. This park is hidden gem and is only a couple of blocks from 'downtown' Ennis and a nice Lions Club park is next door with access to the Madison River and several paved paths with benches and picnic tables scattered though it. There is also a small playground and fishing pond for kids. The only reason I did not give it a 10 was because of the lack of restrooms, showers, and cable. The sites are not large but it is usually not full and there are some seasonal sites for workers in the area. We will stay there again when we're in the area. We have a 36' RV. - KarenS144
Jul 2015 - $32.00
This is a great spot for a short stay. Nice people and a few shade trees. The view was pretty good and it is very close to town. - carold
Aug 2013 - $30.00
The RV park is located within walking distance of the charming town of Ennis and next to a great city park. The city park was great for dogs and has access to the famous Madison river. There are some picnic tables and a charcoal grill available but no fire pits. Owners are very friendly and helped my wife lower our awning while I was fishing. Great place. Note there are no showers or restrooms. - bugsy
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Small park, most sites have shade, the owners are very helpful, the bathrooms have been remodeled, they also have a very nice laundry room.The park is in down town Ennis. The WIFI is the best we have ever encountered there is no OTA Television so we were able to stream HuLu, Verizon cell service is good. - Tfrout
Jul 2017 - $40.00
My husband and I can highly recommend this relatively small park with good facilities and friendly hosts. We were impressed that the bathrooms and laundry facilities were both recently updated and very clean. The park is very well located, within easy walking distance of the main street, restaurants and shops. The spaces are a little narrow but with a lot of trees that offer friendly shade in summertime. The lawn is well cared for and green. There is good wifi but no cable. We stayed here for nine days. - Barbara from Austin
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is a clean, quiet park. Sites are rather short, narrow, near-level, shady gravel, separated by wide strips of grass and trees. In Autumn, many leaves will fall on your rig. Each site has a picnic table. Voltage is good. There's plenty of room to maneuver.
Verizon LTE works well.
WiFi is strong; I measured 1565.9 kB/s down.
No terrestrial broadcast TV or VHF weather radio.
Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($1.50), 2 dryers ($1.50).
There are 4 clean private showers for the park, but no shower curtains.
Staff are friendly and helpful. - wjzcbn
Sep 2018 - $30.00
We stayed here after visiting the caverns. It was quiet, except for the coyotes yipping in the distance. Nice big sites surrounded by mountains... The fee included our non-resident fee. I would definitively stay here again. - Thedogsma
Sep 2018 - $26.00
We stayed one night as a stopover on the way to Glacier National Park. It is about 20 miles off route 90 but the scenery along the way is spectacular. Our site had electricity only with potable water available by the nearby dump station. Site required blocks to level. Choose a site along the perimeter for privacy. Sites are spacious but ours was very close to the playground. Several late teens/early twenties kids with filthy mouths were hanging out there which spoiled the otherwise tranquil setting. If we stayed again we would choose a more private site on the perimeter of the park. Our satellite dish, AT&Tcell service, and Verizon cell serviceall worked satisfactorily. Our site and the general area was immaculate. - NE Traveler
Sep 2018 - $39.00
We stayed for 2 nights in our 36' Class A. Utilities included 50A at site, with water fill available at the dump station. The park is very spacious, with plenty of room for the rig and lots of room to play/walk around. We did not interact with staff. OTA was minimal, as was Verizon. Views were beautiful. The fire pit at our site was full of cigarette butts and some trash when we arrived, otherwise site was clean. - Vegas Trippers
Sites: 30 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 28 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $36.00
Stayed for a week in a upper level shelf space. Great views, saw wild turkeys & deer. Space was flat and fairly level. This parking loop was mostly for truck campers & very small rigs. New owners are diligently working to get the park up to their standards. Very friendly and helpful owners. Great access to local Montana tourist areas. Very quiet at night w/spectacular star gazing. One of the cleanest parks I've been in. - Karit1
Aug 2018 - $40.00
The Rambling Moose Campground was previously called the Virginia City RV Park. There are new and highly motivated owners who are very friendly, helpful, and full of plans to make this park exceptional. The rest rooms and free showers are spotless, there is a laundry facility available, and the WiFi was great. We were in spot 10, the last pull-through up the hill, so it was a small space and all the rigs made their turn around us, but it was okay for a couple nights. If we were going to stay longer I'd ask for one of the back-in spaces off to the side of the main road through the campground. The park is right next to the highway into town, but it's silent at night. We'd recommend this campground to anyone traveling in the area. It's a quick drive into Virginia City, and there are other places to explore nearby as well. A great spot. - sail2blue
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Small, but very clean, quiet and peaceful park. Owners/staff are wonderful. - Eric-Kim
Aug 2018 - $60.00
OUTSTANDING hosts at this lovely park. This has been the best RV park we've experienced in this past year since we started RVing. We drove in and were greeted by a host who explained where our spot would be. Then another host appeared with a small bag of 4 home baked cookies for us and two dog treats for our dog!! They even had our own personal little sign greeting all three of us at the site. The setting was ideal, the sound of the rushing river day and night was peaceful and calming. Each RV site sat right along the river! This couple has thought of everything! A stairway down to the shore line of the river led to picnic tables with umbrellas, a hammock, a LARGE community fire pit, complete with firewood, matches and kindling. There were also two Weber kettle charcoal grills and charcoal, as well as hotdog and marshmallow forks for roasting fun! The small cafe on site boasted necessary supplies in a limited variety. Also, local souvenirs and their own jellies and jams. Breakfast was delicious and served just a few days of the week. Owners lived right on site and across from the cabins, so you know they run an upstanding business. Landscaping was fun and whimsical with lots of attention to details. There was an outdoor patio for dining options and also a game area with corn hole boards, crochet set and large yard dice. - HicksGC
Aug 2017 - $55.00
This small park is right on the Gallatin River and we could sit in our living quarters and gaze out at the river. Owners very friendly and there are cabins in this location as well. - DRBurns
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here only one night on our way through. Park itself was very clean and neat. Only 8 sites that I saw and 3 of them were occupied by long term staters. No bathrooms for the park, no showers or laundry, but quiet and beautiful grass! The sites are all locked (water and electric and entrance to site) and must be unlocked to let you in. Definitely you should have reservations like we did. - overogal
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Great overnight stop, although, if you have business to do it wouldn't be bad for a few more days. The park is very well kept and very convenient since all 9 sites are pull through. Great water pressure, 76 psi. So don't forget your pressure regulator. Check-in is at the grocery store but don't pull into the store's parking lot. It's too small. Park on the side road between the RV park and the fairgrounds. Sites are fairly level, too. I have no problem coming back when I pass this way again. - KD7UCH
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is an over night camping spot for self contained rigs: there are no showers, toilets, laundry facilities or TV hook ups. This is an large open field around a grocery market where they have put down grass sod, picnic tables, sewer, water and electric connections and airport mix (packed gravel) down for parking pads. There are a few trees around the parking pads but no real shade. There is no TV cable or satellite connection provided, but your own Direct TV satellite connection is very easy. The area is fenced off and quiet. Obviously it is very easy to walk across the lawn to the market if you need anything; they do have a snack bar. We were in site 9 which is the farthest site away from the market and closest to the surrounding neighborhood; there was a chained up dog at a house across the street from our campsite which barked almost non-stop while we were there, it was sad and really quite irritating. Not the RV park's issue, but it did taint our stay. I think the $40.00 overnight charge is a bit steep for what they provide but it was easy and convenient from the highway; it was a pull through site. There is no highway noise. We would stay there again but would ask for a site away from the barking dog. - Hikinjack
Sep 2018 - $38.00
This is a beautiful campground with many trees, so care should be taken in avoiding them while maneuvering rigs. Don't forget overhanging branches with taller units. The hosts are very friendly and welcoming. Our gravel site was mostly level and just long enough to accommodate our 35' 5er and truck without unhooking. There is significant traffic noise from US 287 but none from I-90. Our rate of $38 plus tax seemed a little pricey for only water and 30 amp electric. WIFI was slow, and no cable. However, we've enjoyed this campground before and will do so again when in the area. - Scott & Nancy
Aug 2018 - $45.00
This is a very nice park that was a former KOA, the owner is making and planning many updates, when we stayed they had just redone the store. There are limited full hook up sites if you can only get water and electric take it; the sites are huge and the trees are beautiful the dump station is easy to access. The staff care about both the owner, who is a very nice guy and the campground. They work very hard to ensure the guests are comfortable. Try the ice cream it's awesome ! Access from the highway is easy and there are lots of things to do and see in the area. We will stay again when in the 3 forks area. - Tfrout
Aug 2018 - $40.00
We stayed here in a 45' motorhome. It was pretty easy to get around in park. - RHOWARD
Sep 2018 - $34.00
This is about all there is to Cardwell, MT, but it's a cute park with fine amenities. As then name implies, there is a store, candy & ice cream shop, and gas station on site. The campground offers all pull-thrus in a well-kept ring on the outside of a pretty green lawn. Some sites have shady trees. The staff is quite young but very friendly and helpful. The store appeared to have a nice selection of goods, and the candy/ice cream shop is adorable with lots of souvenirs and old-fashioned candies by the pound. We sampled the hand-dipped ice cream, and it was very good. While there was plenty of hot water in the shower, there are no hooks or benches in sight, and the spray head in the larger of the two stalls was wonky. There was a laundry room, but we didn't use it. There is free wifi that worked really well. There isn't much room in the campground to walk, but the nice young lady working the register said it was fine to walk on the neighboring property that had a (mostly) gravel path around two small lakes on one side and the Boulder River on the other. It appeared to be some sort of old RV park/soccer field/community hall, but was deserted when we were there. It made for a nice evening or morning stroll. This park is right on the highway, and traffic noise is heavy. Our price of $34 reflects a veteran discount. This was just an overnight for us, but some folks use it as a jumping off point for Yellowstone and other area attractions. - Chasing Dirt
Jul 2018 - $44.00
Overnight stay, park was clean and well maintained. Great place as you're passing through. We would stay here again. - Doc B
Aug 2017 - $39.00
Tried to reserve a spot but was told it wouldn't be needed. They wouldn't even take my name. No full hook up sites were available when we arrived. I was assigned an unlevel gravel spot. Shower and laundry required a deposit for a key so we didn't use it. Things were ok until the sun went down then the mosquitoes came out to feast. So bad we were held prisoner in our trailer. But being there were no picnic tables or fire pits I guess there wasn't much to do outside anyway. We couldn't go on our evening walk after it cooled down because of the mosquitoes. - OD720