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8 RV Parks near Stevensville, Montana
Jun 2018 - $6.00
This is our local "go to" campground. Quiet, beautiful, well maintained. Some sites are along Bass Creek. Great hiking trails. Address is actually Florence, MT, off Hwy 93 at the end of Bass Creek Rd. between Stevensville and Florence. Some pull thrus. Recommend that anything over 36 feet NOT go down the right (west) loop due to a tree that hinders maneuverability to swing the loop. Have seen some rigs bigger than our 36 footer get in big trouble here. Dump stations available about 25 miles in either direction, north in Missoula or south in Hamilton. - Susan - Richard Nelson
Jun 2018 - $36.00
This was a nice place to hang while visiting family. Space was fine. Huge dog run and clean. Clean park and nice people. We would stay again. - Crsltman
Oct 2017 - $36.00
Located on the north side of Hamilton and convenient to town yet quiet at night. Interior roads and sites are gravel and our pull through site was just long enough to leave the tow attached. Sites are very close together, it's doubtful an awning could be extended. Lots of long term residents with outside items and ATVs, many who park on the interior roads nearly blocking access to a large motor home. Cable TV didn't work, WiFi was too weak to use, but only small trees to block satellite. Verizon cell/data was strong. There are few options in the area, and the park takes advantage by being overpriced for what they offer. - Meanderman
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Stayed here while visiting friends in Hamilton. Decent RV park. No frills. Up charge for cable TV of $5.00 per night meant we used DirecTV. Where we were parked there were no tree obstructions. Close to the river but no real access unless you were willing to get wet and muddy. We would stay here again. Managers very accommodating and friendly. - Golfdog
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Rate is for water and electric only.. $3.00 more for sewer. This park is absolutely beautiful. Lots of pine trees and the river is on back side of campground. Feels like a country setting and so quiet. Maximum stay allowed is 14 days on average. Would definitely stay here again. While there we drove down to the Idaho visitor center about 45 minutes away, then stopped and did a hike on the way back. So much to see in the area. - goofy50
Sep 2018 - $31.00
We really love Lolo and this is our second time at this park; prices have gone up a bit, but so it goes everywhere. Anyway, this is not a resort type of park, nor is it an urban park. It's in a lovely area, a bit off the beaten path and a bit on the funky side - all things we really like. Some people have said they don't like folks on the bicycles riding around - but I kindof found it charming. The old guys and gals always smiled and waved. Anyway, it's not for everyone, but one of our favorites. We had great Wi-fi most of the time - good enough to use the firestick, so that's always a plus. But occasionally, nothing worked, so it wasn't perfect. No cable TV either, but not a bad selection of antenna selections. It might be difficult getting a decent satellite signal as there are a lot of trees about. But even with these few quirks, we had another great time here and would come back again. - Ellistea
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Excellent welcome and RV park. Bathrooms are a little dated but no worries. Free cold wash and clothesline. I wanted to stay longer, it felt like we were in a forest service campground with hookups. Wonderful. Quiet. The rest of the parks in town after the Labor day holiday were filling up fast. This one also, a few sites available...Least expensive in town and I didn't notice the square dancing, not really a big influence on the park. - saturn7
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We stayed in a spot in rear of campground next to creek. It was nice and fairly quiet. Roads were in bad shape and big ruts. Considering the location and available CG's this place worked for us. It's pretty rustic. - mcomeaux
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This park is located on a site that is beautiful. It has large boulders, small stream flowing alongside the park, sites are large, easy access. WIFI is acceptable. No ATT phone or TV. Entry roads are lightly gravel with deep ruts, and muddy areas. Sites are grass to dirt and could be messy with rain.
Problem with the park is that they have a junk school bus in the middle of the property that is trashy, and another old trailer that looks like something out of "Breaking Bad." We had no problems there and the two ladies were very nice, but the junk was awful. - johnmack
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Beautiful mountain setting, easy access to highway. Cabins clean, restrooms have fallen into disrepair but are on a comeback. Clean stream and plenty of hiking. Campground employees seemed on drugs & a bit sketchy, all were new or near new. - welldgeo
Jul 2014 - $1.00
This is a campground in the forest just 5 miles from Hamilton. The host is conscientious and helpful and keeps the pit toilets reasonably clean. The campground has only six sites and is within walking distance of two hiking trails. There is NO charge to use this campground. - cactuslady
Aug 2018 - $15.00
Noticing the last review of Angler's Roost was written in August 2016, an updated traveler's account is long-overdue. Unfortunately, we are in a position to write one. Where to begin? Well, the shabby "marquis" on highway 93 still proclaims "..R SALE". A review from 2012 describes the owner as depressed, disinterested and derelict with estranged co-owners...at best, a less than optimum situation for an "..R SALE" property. Clearly, not much has changed in six years. Despite making a reservation months in advanced, we arrived to find a wandering mason and crew had their rig in our spot and was MIA. We had to occupy ourselves off-campus for several hours and then return to watch the would-be squatter finally remove his little world to a spot two tiny sites away. This crew did treat us to continual entertainment, however...mostly a parade of semi-infirm workers and their hobbling dog. Let's not forget the worker passed out underneath the "big rig" one very hot afternoon. Our site almost defies description. Backed into our piece of Paradise, our vista as we sit next to our little Winnie is the back side of the main building. A bamboo shade dangles precariously from a large second floor window. A drooping sheet metal shed roof below adds the perfect counterpoint. All this loveliness enhanced by the traffic on 93, so close it actually provides the only air circulation thus far. The clean water hook-up and the septic "hole" are inches apart, which adds a certain excitement, as one falls asleep each night awaiting stomach cramps. An enormous brown trout which is displayed over the welcome desk, says it all. When asked if it was caught here, the desk clerk cheerfully offered that " it washed up....dead". It says it all. Unless you have a lot of alcohol onboard, continue to Idaho or Canada. You have been warned. - PKT
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This park is filled probably 75% with long term residents, many of whom have units that likely are not even roadworthy. The owner (who is onsite often) is tired of running the place and depressing to talk to. He has let the place go, and just shows up and goes through the motions. The park is for sale but the owner says any sale will have to be approved by the other two partners, who has not spoken to in 5 years. So the place limps along kept in business by the long term residents.
We were going to stay down by the river but the trees have not been trimmed in some time, and they expected me to drive a 13' tall 5W through tree branches that began at say 6' above the ground. They need to trim the trees if they expect people with nice rigs to go down and camp by the river. They relocated me to one of the parking lot style spots. The owner says not to back up too far because the water line is buried very shallow. Our site was in a depression that filled with water when it rained. The sewer connection was almost as high as the outlet from the camper, because it was up a hill from where we parked. No thought went into this design.
Too bad what happened to this place, might have been nice at one time. - Stax
Jul 2016 - $34.00
The park has no for sale sign now. We were parked in a pull through on
grass/dirt. Electric good. The area was clean. The person that checked us in was courteous. The restroom was clean and the showers looked good.
We would come back if in the area again. - carold
Sep 2016 - $5.00
Nice little forest service campground to spend the night. No hookups. We were in a 32 foot Class A pulling a car. There were a number of pull through spots big enough that we didn't have to unhook. Has a nice feeling of being in the middle of nowhere. I consider that a good thing. A little traffic noise was the only negative. - Russell G
Jun 2016 - $27.00
This was a one night stay. Spaces are close to each other we stayed in the back loop close to the water. No sewer hook up but they do have a station.
It was quiet for most part my wife heard live music at times from across the street. The restroom and showers need attention. Not bad for the money but needs attention. - mcomeaux
Aug 2011 - $10.00
This is a Forest Service campground. Very nice paved access roads and about 10 pull through sites. Tables and fire rings at most sites. Quiet but immediately adjacent to the Lolo Pass Highway 12. 15 miles west of Lolo. Nothing fancy but a great outdoor experience. You need to be self contained but there are pit toilets and water spigots available. - rncordy
Jul 2018 - $32.00
Sites were dirt/grass , hard to tell the actual site at first glance. Water, electric (my spot only had 20 Amp) and sewer worked fine. The restaurant has good food, average meal was about $20-25 including tip. People at Park were nice and the workers were very friendly and nice. - MattB
Jul 2017 - $35.00
The RV park was packed. We came in without reservations and the only sites available had 20 amp - which meant no a/c for us. We were placed in the shady tree area which was perfect. Close to the restrooms and really close to the creek and wonderful views of the mountains. I used the shower - very awkward set-up which required walking thru one shower dressing area to reach mine. I did not like intruding on the stall next to me to exit while they were showering. My shower was a trickle, while theirs had adequate pressure. We ate at the restaurant for dinner & breakfast. The food is excellent and portions are huge. Loved the homemade soup & jam and the extensive salad bar. Love the historic stage station building that is the restaurant/rv office. Will return again next trip out this way. - LizzyWA
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The best way to summarize this campground is "funky." The full-hookup sites are in an open field and close together. They look to be mostly long-term stays. We chose to stay in the electric/water sites that are not as closely spaced. There is a dump station. About five of these sites are in the open with 30 amp electric. Most are in a wooded area with very unlevel sites with only 20 amp service. You check in at the restaurant. The ladies there were very nice but had no clue of 20 versus 30 amp power. We made reservations, but that was not really necessary, as there were many spaces available. Since we were in the field area, we were able to get satellite with our roof-top dish. Verizon signal was amazingly strong and fast. They do have Internet that was intermediate, sometimes fast and sometimes off. It is far enough away from the Interstate that there was not a lot of traffic noise, but there are train tracks with some train noise, but not bad. Overall it was a pretty quiet, restful stay. This was an OK place to spend the night, but we might try someplace closer in to Missoula. - TheJim