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3 RV Parks near Boulder, Montana
Oct 2018 - $16.00
We stopped here for an overnight visit on our way to Idaho. There were plenty of spaces available and we used the self-check-in option. The park is very clean and quiet with very few occupants at this time. The hook-ups are well-placed and fairly easy to use. I would be willing to stay here another time and learn more about the mine, but we're on a schedule so...... - SueJean
Jul 2018 - $16.00
Small park with easy access to highway. Difficult to locate check-in area but the staff was very friendly once I found them. WIFI as the best we had during the 2 months we were on the road. Fine for a 1 night stay. - dreger
Sep 2017 - $16.00
This is a hidden gem! The park is small and quiet. I had a lovely level shaded spot with full hook-ups. The park host was on hand when I arrived and helped me back-in to the spot (my first time!) as was available if I had any questions. The bathrooms were private and showers were coin operated and cost 0.25 for 2 minutes. Portable space heaters were provided in the bathrooms and were needed since the nights were cold! I will revisit this campground. - Sisababe
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Nice campground. We received a pleasant welcome by a lady who presumably is one of the owners, she even walked us to our site. The sites are grassy and sufficiently spacious, plenty of room to back in as well. There are plenty of trees around. We needed our leveling blocks but ended up fairly level. The water and electric hook-up worked just fine. We did not mind the disclaimer about the non-potable water as we don't use our RVs water system for drinking anyway. As an exception to pretty much all other campgrounds we visited during this trip, the WiFi actually worked perfectly. - Gallaecian
Aug 2018 - $30.00
This park is under new ownership and they have some work to do. The new owners seem like really nice people and should do well if they can make needed improvements to the park. The driveways are gravel and dirt, really dusty and potholed. We had a pull through that was mostly grass but also very uneven. We had water and 30 amp electric plus a picnic table. I think they currently have only one 50 amp site. The toilets are pit toilets, not disgusting but not appealing either. No showers, no laundry, etc. There's not much nearby, you'll have to go to Helena for any serious shopping needs. They have free WiFi that was spotty but mostly usable. We paid $30 per night. - Coopsecondact
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