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11 RV Parks near Toston, Montana
Jul 2011 - $20.00
The previous entry was correct except our site did not have 50 amp. There was no one to check you in, there was only a box with envelopes to fill out and put your check/cash in. Site was tight with our 35ft FW but no problem with the 3 slides. It was exceptionally tight when we left the next morning making a turn around the tree next to our site. Was OK for a one night stop over and the restroom/shower facilities were clean. There appeared to be only 2 sites available as all the others looked to be long term (electric heat tape on water lines). We never did see anyone the entire time we were here. It served the purpose and we would stay again if passing through. - gizzy
Jul 2010 - $20.00
Small place next to a storage facility. Located within city limits on US-287 (also US-12) near north end of town. A bit tight for our 36' wide body with two slides, but ok for a short stay. Once slide was out, two of three compartments could not be openned due to water / electric hookup location. Laundry and bath area was very clean, rest of park was so so. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2006 - $20.00
Not the greatest place but quite popular with the fishing folks. Burger drive-thru on the site. Right on Hwy 12, 0.6 miles north of Junction with Hwy 287. - mtriverrunner
Aug 2018 - $39.00
We stayed two nights in a 40-foot fifth wheel. This was a stop-over point for us. The park is quite large and well maintained. The sites were just long enough for our camper for very wide so you were not jammed up on your neighbors. We were able to park next to our RV. There were quite a few seasonal and/or year-round occupants. The park is right next to a huge reservoir so this is a fisherman's place. There is a burger joint right next door. The staff were friendly and professional. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Park is great for an overnight but might be too dusty for longer. There seemed to be a fair number of people who were there for an extended period. The lake is close by and for boaters the launch was an easy drive down the hill. Staff were friendly and helpful. A small restaurant serves good fast food. - Vista Queen
Aug 2011 - $10.00
Silo's is definitely an alternative to the KOA on the same road. Heading either east or west on US-12 the two big red silos on the westbound side of the road are visible for miles. It is MM 70 where the road turns toward the lake. Also noticeable is Silo's Bar and Silo's Gift Shop on opposite sides of US-12. The first mile of the access road is paved but becomes large rock gravel and dirt at the entrance to the campground. Bear to the right at the entrance, otherwise you end up on the boat launch ramp. You are on large rock-gravel and dirt for the whole trip beyond the entrance gate, with a small amount of washboard in the road. There appears to be 6 separate loops not including the boat ramp. Because of how far apart the sites are in the 4th loop, you can definitely come into them as a pull through or they can be backed into as a preference. These are not level sites because the whole valley slopes from the highway to the lake, but we jockeyed around and were able to get our 40 footer leveled with minimal help from the front levelers. There is a center single vault toilet in our loop, I saw additional vault toilets in the other loops. Each site has a concrete table, and a fire ring/grill. Pay station is between 2nd and 3rd Loop, Cash or Personal Check only. There are camp hosts around checking tags in the windshield. This is first come first served but as with the previous years, it was nearly empty during our two day stay. We came late midweek and had no problem finding a spot. The Lake is beautiful, jumping with fish, we watched several fisherman working the banks. The wind does come up fiercely in the afternoon, so watch your awnings. There is no road noise, no industrial noise, only my own generator when we needed to cook. This is definitely a quiet, peaceful, boon docking site, so come prepared to dry camp. I rated it high based on the scale of all boon docking sites I have been to, not a comparison with FHU RV Parks. - ALFA Maytwins
Jul 2018 - $41.00
My 7/14 review is a still fairly accurate description of this park. We again had a FHU site but saved a few bucks since we only require 30 amps. Like most sites, ours was satellite friendly and the Wi-Fi was good enough for our minimal (e-mail and web surfing) needs. The bathroom and laundry facilities are clean and adequate for this park. As others have mentioned, there a lot of extended stay sites. Many of these are used mostly on weekends by boaters and fishermen. As a result, it is less crowded and easier to get a site here during the week. - Jerry S
Jun 2017 - $45.00
We have stayed at this KOA several times on our annual visit to Helena. Each year there seems to be more long time units here and less available sites for over night campers. Was here over the weekend and the CG filled up with mostly fishermen. The sites are level and the utilities are well located. The flamingo grill located on site has good food and the store is well stocked. Will stay here again if need to. - campingdog
Sep 2016 - $43.00
This park is approx. 1/4 mile from the reservoir. The park is all gravel other than one very small patch of grass. Nice convenience store, books, movies and propane. Laundry room was very dirty. Many rv's appear to be permanent with a lot of items around them. Many weeds and some landscaped areas are full of broken glass. Will not be returning. - ckharvey
Jun 2019 - $14.00
Although it was mid-June, Montana was still having wintry and wet weather. We were hailed on while setting up, but this made for a very green campground and park. So much to see and do here. Several trails to choose from to hike, bike, or take a stroll. We fished, road our bikes to historical sites within a mile, hiked along the river and Fort Rock, saw bald eagles, hawks, pelicans, blue heron, deer, rabbits and other critters daily and attended a summer speaker session. Buffalo Jump and the town is close by. We had site #13 (which has been redone and not like the site photo). Our RV and pickup created a very private site by blocking the road. We had great sunset views and were surrounded by fragrant wild roses. It's close to the restroom and water faucet. The 2 sites at the end were nice and private, but had too much brush surrounding it (although the moose paid a visit there a couple of nights before). - Mario and Luigi
May 2019 - $28.00
This small state park is lovely. It's easily a destination park. We used it for one night on a long trip on I-90. It's only 5 miles from I-90. There are no hookups, showers, or flush toilets. There are two modern vault toilets. You'll feel out in nature with the trees, rivers, and trails. Site 16 where we stayed and site 17 are at the end of the campground loop. These are the nicest sites. They are comfortably spaced and private with tall, thick vegetation separating the two sites. Sites 3 and 15 are pull outs by themselves on the side of the loop road. Sites 4 through 14 are in an open area on either side of the loop road. These are either shared pull throughs or back in sites. - Neil and JoAnn
Sep 2018 - $18.00
We camped 2 nights in campsite #13. At first I thought is was an odd spot for our travel trailer, but it worked out nicely and was very private. We had room for the slide (albeit along the road into the park) but there are only 17 campsites so the traffic was minimal. We had a fire each night, enjoyed the birds and even spotted a moose & calf across the river. We enjoyed the historical/nature trails across the road, went to the L&C Caverns, Madison Buffalo Jump and Norris Hot Springs. We will stay again. AND the vault toilets were especially clean and smelled like cinnamon. Thank you! - GetOutdoors123
Jul 2019 - $42.00
Convenient for traveling on I-90 when all other options are full. Pull thru sites are tight, but long enough for shorter motorhomes & tow vehicles. Appeared to have several long-term residents - but were clean uncluttered and quiet, hard working sort, not scary. Bathroom/shower was dirty with peeling paint. Not great-needs work. Wi-fi, although advertised was not available - non-existant - did not even show up, although we were 3 sites away from hotel. Smells outside were soooo enticing with the bakery behind us. Views out front of our pull-thru site were beautiful of the prairie, rolling hills & interstate far away. Quiet & peaceful, although expensive for the lack of amenities, no wi-fi, bad bathrooms. Would stay there again, but only if other options were not available. - LizzyWA
Jun 2019 - $39.00
Inexpensive, however the shower facility is very dirty. Mouse poop on the floor. - Louie83
Aug 2014 - $0.00
This is a Bureau of Reclamation campground located on the east side of Canyon Ferry Lake. The campsites are right on the lake shore and are sand or grass and shade or not--site dependent. There is no charge to use the campground and there is a clean well supplied pit toilet. It was very quiet when we camped here (during the week) and the cranes that flew in were an added attraction. - cactuslady
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
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Management very nice and helpful. Park is old and I believe only a few sites for short timers. Our 30 amp kept cutting off with just air on and TV on. Looks like they are working to clean up. - SuenDave
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Host was rude and hateful. Facilities were filthy. Campground was dirty with animal feces every where. Train noises all night. - Sherry_C
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This park is by the train tracks so you hear the train all night long.
Its an older park only has 30 amp service so you can not use the air.
Spots are tight so you can not use all your slides if you have a big rig.
You can not use your awing either. The bathrooms were not very clean and most of the washers were out of order.
One of the full time residents had a dog off the leash he was running around pooping every where and the owner did not clean it up. - B mack