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12 RV Parks near Seeley Lake, Montana
Jul 2017 - $5.00
We stayed here two nights. Parking our 5th wheel was kinda tight, but we managed. The vault toilet was clean, but smelled nasty - think it's the nature of those. The big issue for us was large dogs not under control; while we walked our 10 pound dog within 5 minutes three different sites, large dogs came running out, one rather aggressively - had to defend our selves with a walking stick. Owners not very sympathetic, one even pursued us down the road, swearing and hand gesturing. Told Camp Host of the situation and they called park Ranger - however we never did see the Ranger driving around afterwards. We will try other National Parks, hopefully the Rangers at these other parks will be more proactive in dog lease laws. - Lisab110pct
Jun 2009 - $5.00
Beautiful little campground on Lake Alva - 10 miles north of Seeley Lake. Camped for 10 days in a 36' fifth wheel. Only 6 sites - all spaces far apart along lake. Lots of privacy. We could have "fit" on 5 of the sites. Clean, new vault toilets. No water or garbage bin but both available 1 mile north at Lake Alva Campground. This is a new campground but fills up fast on the weekends - fewer campers during the week. Turnaround at end and lots of parking space. Parking space was big and level. Huge space between RV and lake - beautiful view of lake and loon island sanctuary. - mvano
Aug 2015 - $10.00
This is a older National Forest Service Park. There are 29 sites, 3 across from the beach. There is a boat ramp and two beaches. Although there are no "hook-ups", there is water available at various spots throughout the campground. There are 4 vault toilets and two flush toilets, one in the center of the campground and the second in the beach/day use area. The campsites are large, mostly wooded, and private. There are a number of sites that have full sun, some with partial shade and some full shade. Each site had an asphalt pad, picnic table and fire ring. The grounds have been neglected for several years which is why I gave an "8" rating but there is a new Campground Director who is working on improving all of the campgrounds/recreation sites in the district. I would expect lots of maintenance to be done this fall and next spring. The sites are clean as are the vaults and restrooms. - J Corsetti
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Sites are pretty large, a little hard to back into some due to large rocks. Lots of trees for shade, bathrooms & showers were clean. There were pit toilets scattered throughout also and it was the cleanest pit toilet I have ever been in! NO smell or flies. Absolutely spotless! I was impressed. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. Pretty, quiet campground. I would definitely return. - mntraveler
Jul 2016 - $34.00
Wooded campground on rolling terrain by a lake, very popular with boaters (not so much for fishing - lots of noisy, fast boats!) Many sites close together, little privacy, but shade from the pine woods; one loop has electric sites (20/30/50 amp) - not many can fit rigs larger than 25'. This park is 3 miles off the main road, on a packed-dirt road (may be slippery in wet weather); road noise is minimal, especially at night. It's a busy place & seems popular with Missoula-area residents on weekends. There is a camp host in residence, and bathhouse facilities seemed pretty clean despite heavy use. The pit toilet we used was very clean & not smelly. Beautiful location. - PokyRVer
Sep 2014 - $28.00
This is a very nice state park campground on Placid Lake, about 3 miles south of the town of Seeley Lake. There are 40 sites; 15 have have electrical service. It is fairly tight so I wouldn't recommend it for a rig over 35 feet total length. Water is available at a central location. The park is paved, but the three mile road into the park is gravel. There is a boat ramp/dock available. Boat trailer parking is available. There is a new modern restroom and shower facility. There is a charge for showers. Firewood and ice is available from the camp host. The rate is $28 per night for non residents, $20 for Montana residents. Reservations can be made at the Montana State Park web site. There is Verizon 4G phone and data coverage in the Park. - Nomad 1
Aug 2018 - $34.00
A beautiful park located about off of the main road. The limited electric only, wooded back in sites are located on the upper loop. They are reservable on ReserveAmerica or through the Montana Park system. We did not have a reservation and at this time of year were able to find a very large, slightly sloped site with a lovely view of the lake out of our large back window and through the side windows as well. We did not see a ranger however there was a self-pay kiosk at the entrance. The fee includes the out of state park entrance fee of $10. We were able to back our 38 foot fifth wheel over the cement bumper which allowed us to remain hooked up. The 50 amp service was easy to reach and worked well. There is no dump station available . We saw one potable water faucet on the loop . There is no OTA television and satellite would probably be difficult due to the number of trees. Verizon service was spotty. There was a fire pit however fires are prohibited at this time due to extreme fire danger. There is a nice walking trail which leads down to the lake as well as the day use area. We would definitely stay in this area again. - bbmidwife
Aug 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here eight nights. This is a relatively small state park at about 40 acres that is nestled between the road and the shore of Salmon Lake. All of the roads and pads are asphalt and relatively easy to navigate. There is a good mix of travel trailers, tent campers, and self-contained RVs. Our site was very nicely wooded with plenty of space between sites. The site was long enough for our rig and for us to park perpendicular in front of the nose of the rig. We had a fire ring and picnic table. They had a fire bundle vending machine with well-seasoned firewood at $5 per bundle. However, we went into Stage 2 fire restrictions while here. The park has a boat launch, beach, and picnic area on the lake. While they advertise fishing most folks were just enjoying their power boats and related water sports. We did not see people fishing on the lake. We did kayak on the lake and we also did the Clearwater River canoe trail in our kayaks. The water quality was pretty bad through the canoe trail with a great deal of nasty looking algae. This was a rare electric-only site and we managed fine for the eight nights. We were concerned that there are no dish washing facilities for the many campers that were not self-contained and had no holding facilities. We did inquire/complain that people were washing dishes from at the potable water stations, in the bathrooms, and in the showers. We felt this was not health for humans and food waste is an obvious attractant to bears. There was a black bear in the campground the night before our arrival. In addition, Montana law prohibits discharge of grey or black water onto the ground yet they left campers with no other options. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Sep 2017 - $34.00
This was an overnight enroute to Glacier NP. The campground is on beautiful Salmon Lake and has 2 small sections a few of the sites could accommodate the larger rigs but it could be tight getting in and out of most sites in my opinion. The hostess was extremely helpful with information and tips for things to do. I wish I could have stayed longer. - Ronahue
Jul 2018 - $36.00
We traveled to Seeley Lake to visit friends and were surprised to find that one of the local motels had a campground in the rear of the motor lodge. If one is visiting Seeley Lake or driving through here to other locations, the campground is a possibility of a place to stay. Access to the campground is a bit tight as you have to turn into the motor lodge entrance, past the parked cars, to the campground in the back. We drive a 45ft MH with a tow and were able to get toward the back of the motor lodge where we removed the car and proceeded into the campground. The campground has eight spaces, four of them are full hook-up with 30 amp power while the four farthest from the motor lodge are 30 amp electric only. They are relatively short and some are narrow due to nearby trees. A couple of the sites are a bit roomier than others. Although one can make a reservation for the campground, the sites are first come, first serve, so you select a site when you arrive. Our site was a FHU site which was gravel and very narrow due to trees and just barely long enough for the coach and the car. The utilities worked well enough, there is no Wi-Fi or cable available. There is a small shower house nearby which is old but clean. When leaving the park, we had to drive through one of the sites in front of us and very carefully maneuver out of the park. There are absolutely no frills in this place - bare basics. It did however provide a place for us to stay while we visited with friends who had a cabin nearby on the lake. - LvR
Jul 2018 - $54.00
Tight roads for our 35' coach. Scratched the side coming into the campground. They did trim the bushes after we requested it. Don't go down the lakeside road or you will run into the overhanging trees. Spaces are random so some are great, some not so much. Our #12 was a big one & lakeside with 30 amp, water, and a privacy fence. We had a short path with a rocky beach on the lake where the ski boats went zinging by. The mountains are in the background. The dump station was apparently in town and they offered port-o-lets in the campground circle. Had a wonderful fire with some neighbors on the last night amongst the tall pines. - Blowfishqueen
Jun 2017 - $40.00
This place is right on the lake ,you can sit on chairs near the lake and chill. Park is the only one with electric at Seeley Lake.Iit was very relaxing.
If you are heading to west glacier this should be a stop over. Owners are wonderful , and the scenery is just perfect .I think they should fix the restrooms free of their cleaning tools . - Chicabunny
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Most RV sites were taken by "season" long termers, that is people reserve them for the entire summer and use them from local towns. Therefore only about four or so of the dozen sites were available and included none of the lakeside spots. We stayed in site 3 without a lake view that could be a pull-through but were advised that the turn would be too tight.
Otherwise the park is very nice with good space between the sites. It had a nice beach with a swimming area. The host was very accommodating and friendly. - smoothsailin