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3 RV Parks near West Glendive, Montana
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Glendive. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Glendive in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Getting to the camp ground from the highway is not difficult but you have to go down a moderately steep hill and cross two sets of RR tracks and the second set is just before you turn into the campground. The campground access road while not long had several pot holes. No one was in the office so we drove around and picked our own site. Paid a man who I assumed is the owner cash when he drove up in his pickup. He was not particularly friendly but OK. Our site was very level. There were many permanent tenants some with messy sites. We could not connect to the WiFi but there was a good Verizon signal but no cable or OTA TV. - MarkandMarty
Jul 2018 - $25.00
The park is very old and not well taken care of. The bathrooms were not cleaned once during our 4-day stay. There are abandoned RVs and vehicles throughout the park. They advertise laundry, but there was a closed sign on the door every day. The playground equipment was very old and unsafe. The sling seats on the swings were rotten by the sun. The stairs up to the bathrooms were uneven. - Carla H
Jul 2017 - $25.00
This rv park isn't the Ritz, but it is clean, quiet, has plenty of shade and is reasonably priced. It's great for overnight after a long day of travel or for several day stay over. The owners are friendly and helpful. We've stayed here twice; both times were quiet and uneventful. Exactly what we wanted! - TravelerNeilSam
Jul 2019 - $28.00
We were at our site for about 30 minutes and the hosts showed up to welcome us and give us maps and information. They pointed out some must see spots and answered our questions. We dropped our trailer and drove to "Twin Sisters" to watch the sunset. The next day we walked from our campsite to the bench on top of one of the mounds. Nice, short hike. We drove back in and stopped at "Cap Rock". The signage isn't very clear so pay attention to the other markers on the map and the road. It's about at the spot where the asphalt turns into a gravel road. We didn't miss the AC because it was plenty windy at night. We opened our windows and were quite comfortable. Our neighbors, while close were quiet and respectful. If you are limited on time and traveling through the Badlands, stay here and see pretty much the same kind of formations. According to the literature at the park, Makoshika means "bad earth" or "bad land". - awedjob
Jul 2019 - $28.00
I'm from east of the Mississippi and I'm not accustomed to driving through a neighborhood, popping out into a large state park full of rock formations. Pretty cool rocks and tons of walking/biking paths. Nice, but difficult-looking, disc golf course, too. I'm not scoring it higher because $28 is a lot for no hookups, pit toilets, no dump station, and the only water was 1.5 miles away at the visitors center. The $28 is for a non-Montana resident. Our site looked like it had just been repaved. The whole park looked to be in excellent condition. Camp hosts were excellent, driving us to our site and then stopping by later to check on us. - 4forsmores
Jun 2019 - $26.00
Had to drive through residential area to get here, but what a nice place to boondock. Views that are breathtaking. Lots of trails to hike and things to do. Site 11 was very spacious, level and private. Would definitely stay again. - Lostinfla
Sep 2019 - $42.00
This is the worst campground we have been to in the last 10 years. I am not upset about the price as there is little competition here. The campground facilities are falling apart. I don't believe the park management, in the hotel in front, ever steps foot in the campground. The park must be kept going from the long term rigs probably from oil rig workers. If you have to stay here...be forewarned. BTW it did not feel unsafe just digusting. - jimanddonna463
Jul 2019 - $42.00
The clerk at the desk was so rude. We reserved a pull thru for a 41 ft. 5th wheel and the first site they gave us was a PT, but with trees on each side which would have hit our rig and it was way short for our home. When we went back in to change to a different site, after circling the park to find an office, we discovered that the sites had two numbers, one on the pedestal and one on a fence. The clerk was obviously irritated that we had a request. We were denied the site we asked for and given one that was dirty, over-grown, full of weeds and unmowed, as was the majority of the park so I guess it didn't matter. Some sites still had screw in, glass fuses which we discovered as we toured the "park" before we went into the hotel the second time. BTW, no one told us to register at the hotel!!!! Residents at the park confirmed that the clerk who checked us in was nasty. If we didn't have set plans in that area, we would have left!!! - Jolew
Jun 2019 - $40.00
You must check in at the Astoria Hotel in front of the park. Decent little park for a quick stay over. Park roads are tight, Some RV sites have tree limbs hanging in the way of your rig. We were assign one spot but chose another because of the limbs. Some sites have small fences at the entrance making it a challenge to turn into the site. WiFi is pretty good. We found a cable hook up but couldn’t get any channels. Couldn’t pick up anything over the air either. No TV tonight. - Claude59