3 RV Parks near Boulder, Montana
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Our atv club goes there ever year and they always take good care of us. Provides us with a community hall for us us for pot luck dinners . will keep going back. - leftyrogers
Sep 2016 - $24.00
Everything was wrong, dangerous and caused us damage to vehicle and to leave with no place to go. We reserved 50 amp, shaded and back in. They directed us in wrong way. It was not 50 amp. The site could not accommodate us, owners moved us in wrong direction nearly over a boulder, tree limbs hit and hurt top of RV, 2 hours of them tying to kick someone else out to give us their spot and people who tried to help, then owner decided to cut tree limb down where it hit floor 3 inches from our car. If we took the vehicle up the hill to office we never could have turned around, probably would have needed a tow truck. Worst place ever in 3 years, left in tears with a sick spouse. After they tried to double charge us for a single night as we cancelled the 3 nights, she offered us for free. We chose to have nowhere to go at night in busy season rather than be next to open cook fires and all the laundry lines with exposed underwear. - rvalways
Aug 2016 - $24.00
This is a fairly clean park, though I found trash at my site. There's distant traffic noise, even at night.
The 9 pull-through sites (30-39) are long, wide, unshaded, near-level gravel and dirt. Each has a concrete pad with a picnic table. There are also dirt back-in sites among the trees along a creek. These are in various sizes, shady, and not level. Not all the back-in sites have sewer connections or picnic tables. Voltage is good.
Roads are gravel or asphalt, in fair condition with some potholes.
Verizon LTE works well.
WiFi is strong at the recreation hall; I measured 126.8 kB/s down. WiFi was not usable at my site.
Terrestrial broadcast TV: CBS, CW. No VHF weather radio.
Laundry: 2 top-loaders ($2), 2 dryers ($1 for 45 minutes). The dryers are slow; I needed 2 passes to get my clothes dry.
There are 2 private showers for the park, one accessible, meaning a seat and rails, not roll-in. $0.25 buys 3 minutes in the non-accessible shower but 2 minutes in the accessible shower. There is no way to adjust the water temperature. Sometimes I put in my quarter but got no water.
One morning the sewer overflowed. This was very quickly fixed, but I'd avoid site 30, which seems to be a low point.
Owners and staff are friendly and helpful.
The park is on the opposite side of I-15 from the town of Basin. - wjzcbn
Jul 2017 - $25.00
New owners took over 3 weeks ago. Very nice guy working hard. Previous owners let it get very rundown. Presently only electric but good and strong. All other parks in Helena were full so I was looking at spending a 100 degree afternoon on Wal-Mart's blacktop parking lot. I saw the sign for this park about 9 miles south of Helena so pulled in hoping for the best. Only 2 trailers in park. I called number posted on bathroom and owner said pick any site and he would be by later. I picked site K right next to a flowing creek that was big enough for my 37' 5th wheel unhooked with truck parked next to it. 6 sites along creek. Some sites are around a grassy area that could also fit longer trailers. A.C. is working great and keeping me cool. No water and sewer right now but owners working on getting fresh water well working. 1 outhouse that I didn't check out. For self contained vehicles this is an easy overnight stop with great electric. Lots of weeds and long grass in park right now but should be taken care of by new owners soon. You have to drive across a little bridge to access park. My trailer weighs 12000 lb plus dually F350 and bridge is still up. There are also a few sites before bridge if you think you are too heavy. Or check with owner on weight rating of bridge. The Interstate is very close on one side and a two lane road on the other side so turn the fan or ac on for white noise. Again nothing fancy here but would work if FHU parks are full. I would stay here again. - Saddle Tramp 65
Mar 2016 - $30.00
A recent detour on our way to South Dakota brought us to the attention of this small RV Park. The owner and manager were extremely hospitable. While mostly a self service park - perfect for overnight guests - we planned a much longer stay. Many of the park residents appear to be of the permanent variety, but most appeared friendly. Clean showers, rest rooms and laundry facility exist, but with heavy rains, the gravel sites and roadways transform into rivers and lakes.
A generous cable lineup along with more than adequate Wi-Fi round out the few amenities, but overall, you really can't beat the price for a monthly stay ($360).
Should fate ever again send us a detour this way, we'd certainly stay here again. - Todd and Heather
Jul 2015 - $40.00
We came through Helena on a Saturday looking for a campsite. Well, the fair was in town and all of the sites were full. We found this place on the map and phoned. The gal had site 1 available for 2 nights. This is the only full hookup site. The site is uneven and wide open. Water pressure is good and this is a 50 amp site. To get into the site we had to take the trailer over a rickety bridge, through a bunch of low hanging branches, and around a loop to get faced in the correct direction. There was no place to turn around without making that move. We have a 36' trailer. It is a bit overpriced for what you get but it was quite satisfactory. They do not have showers and just an outhouse for a restroom. However, it's clean, does not smell, and is adequate. The location is very good as it's right next to a river. The manager is wonderful and very helpful and friendly. We would stay here again. Keep in mind that this place is perfect for small RVs but very difficult for big rigs. - Toby Maxx