4 Parks near Bozeman, Montana
Aug 2015 - $42.00
We spent an overnight here on the way east and also when returning west. It's conveniently located to the highway, and although close there is little highway noise. But there is train horn noise until late in the evening.
The campsite is older and space is tight for using slide outs and awnings. Space is also critical when entering a space to park or exiting with your RV. And the spaces are so close together that extended awnings almost touch extended slide out rooms.
Utility hook ups are fairly conveniently located. There is "wifi," but the signal is usually weak due to the many campers using their system. - grandflic
Jul 2015 - $40.00
The sites are pretty close to one another. We were in site one and our neighbors sewer connection was right by our steps. A lot of the sites are uneven and require extra blocks/boards to level properly. As mentioned before if you leave the park and want to go west on I-90 the bridge restriction is just over 13' so a lot of RV's can not clear this.
When we arrived the tree limbs by the office were way to low. I brushed against them. I told staff and they did trim them a bit but really needed more attention. Local folks have access to the pool so at times there are more folks here with their kids that are not camping. I would not stop here again. - rv4rob
Jul 2015 - $30.00
There is an archway just beyond the exit ramp from I-90 that leads to the campground. We barely were able to go under it. Our rig is 13 feet 2 inches and our radio antenna hit the top of the arch. On the right side of the pole were faded numbers that were barely readable that stated the archway had a height restriction of 13' 3'. Way to close for comfort. If that was not bad enough, the freeway underpass going west bound had a height restriction of 13 feet 2 inches. Had we known about the height restrictions we would not have stayed at this campground.
The interior roads within this campground and the sites were on packed gravel. All of the sites were definitively not level. Our site required 5 inches of wood to get our rig leveled. We never experience this much trouble leveling (front to back - side to side) in a private campground before.
The back-in sites (E/W only) were not very long. We were told in the office that they usually accommodate a 25 foot rig. We were not told this when we talked to them on the phone. Their pull-thru sites (FHU) can accommodate just about any size rig. There were a number overgrown trees and hanging branches on some of these sites.
The campground was full and it looked it.
The electrical voltage was good - hovering around 121 volts. The utility box was on the appropriate side. All sites had 20/30/50 amp service.
The outdoor pool was heated and clean. The bathroom and showers were also clean and very usable.
The campground had Wi-Fi but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone work reasonable well.
The height restrictions are enough for us not to return to this campground.
We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Sep 2015 - $43.00
Level, gravel, narrow and long pull through site. Once our slides were out, there was no room on the side as it touched the shrubs. Friendly person that checked us in. - traveling
Aug 2015 - $63.00
We stopped here for a overnight on our way to Idaho. We expect small tight spaces at KOA's, but this was as small as we have ever seen. Even though it was a pull through it took multiple attempts to park because of the tightness of the site. We had hoped for some assitance from the employee that took us to the site, but he simply left as we worked our way into the site. We were able to open our slides but that did not leave room for the awing if we had wanted to use it. Further, the space was so close to the next unit, they did not even have fire rings. Further, the cost was rediculous ($66 before the KOA discount). - MikeP
Aug 2015 - $60.00
We try to avoid KOA ( too $ and too many kids) but had a service appt. in the 4 Corners area, so this was too convenient. To save money, we took a W & E site with discount, and it was still pricey at $52. Rock and grass site was very close to the camp road and the highway noise , not to mention our neighbors. Some nice amenities here for families but didn't use them, except for cable tv. VZ worked fine. Won't be back at this price. - Annie's Song
Jul 2010 - $25.00
Quiet and peaceful to a point. We stayed here on a monthly basis for several months as it was the cheapest decent option in the area. There is no Wi-Fi, cable etc, but is right by the river. We had a tree shaded lot. Ended up next to rude neighbors that would leave their dog out all the time and prevent us from doing things on our own rig. Finally ended up calling animal control a couple times. Managers said to have talked to the man many times issue finally was resolved as we neared time to leave the park. Nothing is the same for every RV'er in the park. What is good for one is not good for all, seems to be rules made up as they go along. Electric is not grounded and there were many surges that took place and we now have some electrical issues as a result. This is the 2nd park we had ever stayed at so we were still learning what to look for. If I had no other choice I would stay here but on short term basis only and not hooked into electric. No issues with water or sewer. Management changed hands, first managers seemed pretty good and hard working, 2nd set not sure wasn't there long enough to know them well enough. I would look around however and stay elsewhere. They did allow kids and up to 2 pets. We were here in a 5th wheel and had enough parking for 2 pickup trucks. Was approximately 10 miles out of town, but on the way towards West Yellowstone. - moosemama3
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Great location for overnight traveling on I-90. Large pull thru without unhooking toad. Wonderful and friendly staff. We would stay longer next time through area. - Kansas Campers
Oct 2015 - $30.00
If you are traveling through Bozeman in October, you had better have reservations as this is the ONLY park open this late. No, they are not year round. They shut down October 31. They didn't require a credit card or anything, just a heavy suggestion that you make a reservation. Park was pretty much almost full when I came in, and I stayed two nights, and pretty much full the second night. Wow, must be the snowbird migration. When I arrived, I had made a two night reservation, but I was unsure whether I would stay one night or two. They very nicely let me wait until the next morning to decide and pay. Wi-Fi worked off and on. No cable, but very clear reception of about eight digital local channels. I have the "Jack" RV antenna, and I also have a Flatwave connected to one of my TV's. Both antennas picked up the same channels. Laundry was $1.50 wash, $1.25 dry. Not bad, at these prices, wash anything you might need to avoid paying higher prices elsewhere. Washing machines were fairly big. There is a small clubhouse room next to the laundry with a TV, and a functional piano. They have propane if you need it. My GPS had trouble with the address. When I plotted the address, I had "arrived" about a mile too early. But, the campground happened to be in the database as a "point of interest" and when I tried it that way, it went right to the campground. Verizon worked well when I couldn't get the Wi-Fi to work. The only downer is that the sites are rather close together on "side by side" connections. But decent park if you are desperate in October. - DXSMac
Sep 2015 - $32.00
Honestly was not impressed with the owner. I found him rude and obnoxious. Placed me in a space that was basically a swamp (it had rained recently - but this site seemed to be underwater where others were not.
Park space is relatively tight, that is not too much room to maneuver, but it was done easily enough with my 38 ft 5er. Truck had precious little room to squeeze in behind my 5er.
Location relative to Bozeman is good, only about 1 mile from downtown. Many nice shops and great places to eat. - alansills