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10 RV Parks near Polaris, Montana
Jul 2014 - $8.00
This was a good campsite for a forest service campground. The service generally keeps the bathrooms at the trailheads and camps clean and well-stocked. However, because Little Joe has so few sites I guess, they didn't clean it or stock it very well. We were out of toilet paper within four days of the maintenance visit. Little Joe is right on the highway, but there was very little noise from traffic. - cactuslady
Oct 2018 - $35.00
After spending the afternoon visiting Big Hole National Battlefield, Big Hole River RV Park, in nearby Wisdom, MT, was a convenient - not scenic- place to spend the night. The RV park is small, safe, well-maintained, and professionally managed by its on-site owners. Interior roads and parking pads are gravel. There are a mix of back-in and pull-thru and sites, all full hook-up with 30/50-amp service. All sites are full-sun. Sites are closely spaced. Restrooms and showers are housed in a new bath house. The rear edge of the campground is bordered by a field/pasture that's occupied by a flock of sheep and a few junked vehicles. A small pond borders the front of the CG. Park wifi worked well. No Verizon cell service within the CG. The CG is a short walk from Wisdom's tiny business area. Weather permitting, the CG is open May-November. We would stay again if travelling through the area. - Kona Boy
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Great small park with excellent access to the upper Big Hole River, the owners are very nice, they have put a ton of work into the park. They have the nicest Bath House we have ever seen and are continuously improving the park. Sites are level, Water, Power and Sewer are all good. There is no OTA television or Cell service but they have excellent WIFI, we will be staying with them again. - Tfrout
Sep 2018 - $35.00
New owners with great plans for the future. Park is basically the same as 3 years ago only now it is $35 per night. Park is close to every thing in Wisdom. No discounts as far as I can tell. Full hookups, elect, water and sewer. It has a bath house with toilet and shower but no laundry. Functional for a nights stay. - woodytc
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Great open space camping with views of Big Hole Valley and continental mountain divide. Shelter provided. Walking fishing access to Big Hole River. Located 1/2 mile West of Wisdom with easy access off highway. Free firewood. Water pump labeled not potable. Plans are in the works to replace outhouses and possible addition of WIFI. Donations are accepted. No sewer and no electricity. Open year round. - Volkening
Jul 2016 - $19.00
We came to see the ghost town and pan for gold in Bannack City. The campground is on the state park grounds. The campground was full.
It is not the nicest campground that I've stayed in, but it is still nice. Even the young campers, drinking beer, were polite enough to keep it down after dark.
I would not call this campground a destination location, however, Bannack City is a destination location. It is nice to have such a pleasant campground available on the grounds.
Highly recommended if you want to see the Bannack City ghost town. - griz326
Oct 2014 - $20.00
There are two campgrounds at Bannack State Park, Vigilante and Road Agent. We stayed at Vigilante campground which not only has slightly more sites but ones that are larger. At this time of year we pretty much had our pick as far as campsites went and so chose site #9, right along Grasshopper Creek. The campground is quite pretty, but primitive. You do get a picnic table and a fire ring and I think they sell firewood during the summer. I believe there is also water available in the summer but there is no dump station so come with full fresh water tanks and empty holding tanks. Our $20 camping fee included the entry fee to the historic ghost town of Bannack, which is the real draw to the park and well worth a visit. - BruceandKathyWA
Oct 2013 - $20.00
For a dry camping state park, this was an excellent campground. The main draw, the ghost town of Bannack is an absolute treasure. You could walk around for hours exploring the abandoned buildings all over this town. The visitor center is a wealth of information and great reading material about the pioneer/gold rush days in early Montana Territory history. This is the perfect overnight stop if you find yourself wanting to cut the drive from Idaho Falls to Missoula in half. Keep in mind that the campground is really there to be a base to explore the park, but there are some BLM areas adjacent to the park with hiking trails if that's your interest. Seriously, if you're at all into old west history, this stop is a must! - ringworm
Sep 2011 - $7.00
Small campground right on the Big Hole River. Basically parking on grass with a campfire ring. I had a great site overlooking the river. With only one other camper, I got a great night's sleep. Fly fishing the next morning was fun, and I would return. - AluminumCloud
Sep 2018 - $26.00
This is a beautiful little RV park. Very quiet. Parking is completely on lush green grass. Location is very near fly shop, good restaurant, and about 4 blocks from fishing access to the Big Hole River. If you love to fish, this is for you. If you don't fish, it's still a charming place to stop. Owners are very friendly. - Streamer1023
Sep 2018 - $26.00
Small park off I15 in southern Montana. Far enough from I15 that road noise is barely perceptible. Spacious grass sites. Staff friendly. I count about 10 sites. We had a 50amp site(space 3). I think most of the rest are 30 amp. WiFi works better than most parks I've been too. Verizon is there but weak. It is wide open so there is no problem with satellite. The Hitchin' Post restaurant is right next to RV sites. Good food. Great service the night we were there. My wife had the filet and it was great. I would stay here again. - Nat02
Aug 2018 - $32.00
Very small park, only one 50 amp space. No frills. Within two miles of interstate. good place to park for visiting area attractions. - Mustcamp
Sep 2008 - $55.00
This is a brand new Motor Coach Park on Lake Norman. The park is gated and the views of the lake are very nice. Everything was still new and the sites were paved and level. One thing for the park to consider is when full it may be challenging to get larger rigs to some of the lake front sites without scraping the ground going down the ramps from the road to the lake front lots. We did not experience any problem since there were open sites we could use to widen our turns. During our stay we observed some construction which was to later become a deck and bar on the lake. Overall nice place to visit and we may visit again in the future to see how things turn out once the construction is complete. - Gulfjetskir