5 RV Parks near Belt, Montana
Jul 2012 - $34.00
This park is quaint and rustic and a good spot for small RVs and tents. Their idea of a big-rig spot is the road next to their building. Laundry room was filthy and 2 of 4 driers were out of order. Owners have only been in business one year. Park needs much grooming, trimming, etc. We would not likely stay again. - Ramblin' Duo
Jul 2012 - $35.00
Ok for an overnight, but would look elsewhere if possible. Full hookups have no shade. Partial hookups are shaded. While the owners/managers are friendly, there are a fair amount of long term stays in this park, with their trailers in various states of (dis)repair. Clean laundry room is a plus. The train is definitely loud and close. - Maltaman
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This campground was neat and tidy, the owners helpful and friendly, washrooms clean, sites spacious. We had some difficulty (our own fault) parking in our assigned site. The owner was very accommodating in getting us situated. Quiet and peaceful - a wonderful, relaxing place to stay. - Peg-Garry
Aug 2016 - $24.00
This has become our default campground in the area. Cleaner and quieter then the other two. Since I'm "from" GF I know the area well and this is certainly in a better neighborhood then "one" and easier "big rig" access then "two". Plus base security comes through a few times a day.
We've never found the "no reservation" thing an issue as we don't try to stay here during "busy" times (like the Fair).
We found the campground access easy and the WiFi usable. - wetterwashington
Jul 2016 - $19.00
This is a very nice, small, attractive RV park, (not really a campground) just outside Malmstrom AFB. It's nice because you don't have to go onto the base to enter the RV park. We were told they don't take reservations because it rarely fills up. We were there over the 4th and it seemed there were at least a few spaces each night. Many more after the holiday. There is an older overflow park on base if it does fill up. We stayed the maximum of 3 weeks and our rate reflects the weekly discount. Wifi worked fine because we were near the tower. Bathrooms were nice and clean, there was a nice dog walk area and really nice trails beyond the park. We felt very safe there as base police patrolled daily. It was in a very quiet park, that overlooks a horse farm just outside Great Falls and the sunrises and sunsets were spectacular. Sites were very level, and concrete. Plenty of extra parking for guests or extra cars/trailers. So nice to have full hookups at such a great rate. This is very small compared to other military campgrounds we've stayed at but still very nice. We would definitely go back. - Jeni
Jun 2016 - $24.00
Compared to other Famcamps, we rate this location below average largely for the inane policy of not taking reservations or having a phone contact. Getting there requires a six plus mile drive off the interstate through the heart of the business area, and if they're full your option may be the on-base annex, except you can't get through the main gate with a large RV. I feel sorry for the hosts, who were very professional, when they have to turn people away. The park itself is average; paved interior roads with unusually sloped concrete pads that are difficult to level on without raising the front wheels off of the ground. Hookups were good, no cable, little OTA, but no obstructions to satellite TV. The park WiFi was unusable, but Verizon cell/data were strong. An unusual rule was that tow vehicles could not be hooked up on the pads, which was inconvenient and made no sense. Opposite facing sites resulted in better than average space, but overall a mediocre location. - Meanderman
Jul 2017 - $79.00
Checked in on July 1. We were told the sites in the main part of the park might not accommodate our 27 foot motorhome, so asked us to park in a newer open camping area. It was hot and there was zero shade! We felt like we were on the moon. The main part of the park looked nice and shady and it appeared there would have been room for our rig. They told us there would be fireworks at 10:00, but we turned in early because we had to get an early start. The fireworks were loud and seemed to go on for a long time. Then the campers around us kept setting off more. We were not able to sleep well. I would suggest they limit the fireworks to 30 minutes, then enforce the quiet time. Nice waterpark for kids. - Paul and Jeannette
Jun 2017 - $73.00
After being without wifi, cell service, or TV in another part of Montana, it was nice to arrive at this KOA. We opted for a deluxe site, which was very spacious for our motorhome, tow dolly, and car when it was detached. The wide open sites allowed for satellite reception and the local TV channels could be received even without cable. The park is secluded, yet right around the corner from all kinds of services and shopping. We asked to say for an additional night and would come back again. - FLA-2-teachers
Jun 2017 - $90.00
Pull through was narrow. Bathrooms were fantastic. Nearby WALMART was a bonus. - Bull205
Jul 2017 - $40.00
friendly staff, nice grounds, good location for shopping or casinos, good facilities, very spacious, good site pad, nice grass, very good shade! Downside: our site was up against the freeway and there was LOTS of highway noise and sirens. **if this is going to be a problem to you or your pets, you should ask for an inner site. ***There is one speed bump that is VERY high and even creeping along, we drug our landing gear. ** BE WARNED- or you will ruin your levelers. There are a significant number of full-timers (which is fine) but the park appearance would be greatly improved if there were more stringent rules regarding maintenance. Many of the full-timers has cluttered yards, and unsightly weather skirts, etc. This is really a very nice park-- and this one improvement would make a world of difference. You can live on a tight budget and still keep your place tidy. - ginger2you
Jul 2017 - $41.00
Pull through sites were large enough for bus and towed, gravel and paved roads to get in and out easily, sites were level albeit a little tight. There was a small grass area between sites. Hookups including electric, sewer, water and cable all worked well. Satellite reception was good. Campground Wi-Fi was slow and could not use. AT&T 4G and cell service was just OK. Stayed for 5 nights. Campground has some permanent residents, but the short terms are at the back of the park. Note, there is no shade for the short timers and the temperature was around 100 degrees. Location was great, right in town and close to shopping and restaurants. No pool, spa or playground. We would stay there again if in this area. - Ruffin It
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Stayed for a couple of weeks. ALL utilities work very well. Some road noise until 10 pm. Lot spacing is nearby and offers some shade. Site does have a picnic table.
Caravans to Alaska start here in the Spring, very crowded. Some other Caravans (Lewis and Clark Adventures) visit here also. Office staff very helpful.
Plenty of history in area, lots of museums and Dams, Parks. Many Golf Courses and shopping available. Will stay again. - silverado
Apr 2016 - $1.00
Called today to get info for a stay later this summer and was told by their administration that they no longer provide campsites to the "drive by" public unless it is associated with an Expo event. Their campground is still open, but only for their events. - readontheroad
Jun 2011 - $35.00
This park has shady sites. The campground is located on site at the Montana State Fairgrounds. The roads are gravel, the sites are not level, but usable. The sites are not paved and this year they are muddy. The bathrooms/shower are located in the livestock pavilion. They are adequate at best, there is a lingering odor of livestock and we just cleaned the showers ourselves before use. There are many permanent residents and workers. We stayed here because the other affordable park was booked and another quoted us a $95/night price tag. This one was $150/week. - Joann26