8 Parks near Cut Bank, Montana
Jul 2016 - $28.00
The campground is located about 30 miles from Glacier National Park and is on a small cliff. The sites are gravel, are fairly close together and were not very level. We needed to use our leveling blocks as well as our auto-leveling jacks to get us level.
The restroom and showers were clean (but not up-to-date), and the laundry facility had 2 washers and 2 dryers. No quarters needed for the laundry as you just pay the owner for how many loads you do.
It should be noted that as of this review, the owner was selling this campground so things could change in the future. - JC06
Jun 2015 - $32.00
The park was clean, the camp host were very nice and informative. We stayed 2 nights ; the sites were gravel and level. Had picnic table and grass. Beautiful sunsets and there are wild horses on the mountain above the river right by the park. There are trains near but they didn't bother us. We would stay here again if we were passing through. - cindy coffey
May 2015 - $30.00
Great park for an overnight or for a longer stay - great spot for fishermen. Level gravel pads, grass strips, easy access off highway. Ideal for stop on way to Canada, border just up the road. Very accommodating owner on site. Nice location right on the Cut Bank Creek/River. Bit of noise from trains but didn't bother me. Would definitely stay here again. - K Patrick
May 2016 - $25.00
Rate reflects $175/week if paid in cash. Regular rate is $35/night. Don't be turned off by appearances. Stayed here a week while visiting E. Glacier, Browning and surrounding areas. The other RV park in Cut Bank only has water/elec...this park is FHU, the only one in this area. New owner is refurbishing the mobile homes in this park to accommodate long term residents. There are several, very nice/new one room cabins onsite. The owner is very nice and accommodating. Spaces are very wide, with somewhat unlevel grass, but each has ample gravel parking for your tow vehicle. Electric hookup is at rear, so we moved RV back and still reached water/sewer hookups midcoach. Wi-fi is a bit week; cable is down and no OTA signal. Verizon signal strong. Restrooms are extremely clean and spacious. Double curtained showers, each with a seat and ample hooks for hanging. Laundry is next door to bathrooms. Owner is considering hiring work-kampers to help with park upkeep. This will be a very nice park with just a few appearance tweaks to improve curb appeal. Definitely a 'no frills' park, but for the rate and tremendous views towards Glacier, it can't be beat! - texasgal54
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This is a no frills park, but very good for an overnight. The office was closed when we got there, but since we had a reservation, the owner had told another camper to let is know to take any site we wanted and that she would be by later to check is in. She came by a few hours later and checked is in. The showers and restrooms are very clean. The sites are grass, but we camped here right after a rain and had no problems getting into and out of the site. There was plenty of room between sites. This is a new park, so there aren't many trees. There was no Wi-Fi , but our Verizon signal was strong. There was a cable hookup back by the electric box, however we didn't have a cable to hook it up and see if it worked. The campground is very quiet, except for a few trains that come by on the BNSF line a few blocks away. We overnighted here in my hometown on our way from Glacier to Bozeman. We would stay here again. - Dale07
Aug 2012 - $20.00
The previous review of this campground is accurate. The road up to the park entrance is paved. There are 18 backin 30A sites and 6 pull-through 50A sites. Sites are on grass and fairly level. All sites are satellite friendly. This is a nice place to stay to visit the east side of Glacier NP when all the other campgrounds are full. We would stay here again. - Ned
Jun 2010 - $10.00
A rustic and rural well kept campground in an area where large, long, wide, pull throughs are hard to find. 19 miles west of Cutbank, MT and 15 miles east of Browning, MT., then 3.7 mi North on highway 444. It is a short drive in on a narrow but adequate road to the park. If rustic or rural is not your cup of tea, don't stop. If a very quiet and friendly stay with 50 amp, huge, level, grass pull throughs, and water is all you need, you will be happy. Open June through August or by appointment. Mosquito spray recommended. (We use a spray bottle with Listerene around the rig and entrance door.) My price reflects the fact that they were not fully open for business when we stayed. - run2
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Well. First impression: this new-ish hotel has absolutely terrible signage on the road and if you happen to re-enter the freeway its a ten-mile round trip to get back. Secondly, the hotel does not have its own driveway entry. You have to enter by way of the Shopko parking lot and watch out for potholes. One must go to the hotel service desk to check in to the RV park. The check in person was very sweet and tried to be helpful, but could do with some additional customer service training as she had zero clue exactly which sites were available and wrote out everything longhand (not on the computer). There's a beautiful pool inside the hotel, but we were told that it was for registered guests only (apparently being registered by their desk attendant for their RV park at their front desk doesn't count).
Our site was pretty level and its nice to have green grass. There isn't any shade. There are around nine pull-throughs, but our site was a back in and we could have used some additional room to do so. - Paul Elliott
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Nice, small RV park right behind the Best Western Motel. In fact, you register in the motel. Gravel sites with nice grass areas between them. They water the lawn over night so the grass was nice and green even in August. They also accept Passport America so you can stay for 1/2 price. - jprisbe
Jul 2016 - $22.00
Sitting behind a Best Western Hotel (that is where you register), this campground is perfect for a one nite stay when traveling east to west. The bathrooms and showers some the best we've found on the road. Basic gravel sites, close together with full hookups. For an extra fee, you can also take advantage of the breakfast at the Best Western. About 100 miles from Glacier National Park. Would definitely stay again. - smitty12
Aug 2016 - $40.00
We had originally intended to stay here only one night, but we were so pleased with our site, the service and the hotel amenities that we extended our stay. We had a nice little patch of green grass, a picnic table, a level site, cable TV and great WiFi. The park isn't very old and the plantings need some time to grow and give shade, but we thought the landscaping was very nice.
Shelby proved to be a very nice place to rest up after a long drive and stock up on groceries/supplies at the Albertsons and Shopko. The hotel allowed us access to the exercise room, sauna, hot tub (which was blissfully hot) and swimming pool.
There is an extensive breakfast bar available in the morning, but we did not partake. - Paul Elliott
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Surprised that this is another park associated with a hotel. Hard to find office which ended up being in the hotel. Sites are all gravel. First one we tried was not level at all. We had no problem switching. They are long enough for our 38ft 5th wheel & truck. Some sites don't have much grass and are muddy after rain. Utilities work well - even decent wifi! Cable works but not very good picture. The place worked for us on our way to Glacier, but not what we typically like in a RV park. - padre
Jun 2016 - $38.00
This is definitely not a resort but good for a overnight stay.
Convenient to I-15 and a Pilot gas station. Our site, #11 fairly level but beware of other sites that may dip down. Park located behind a Comfort Inn. Check-in, Comfort Inn lobby. A couple of restaurants within walking distance of park. - a_d travelers_2
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Avoid this place!!!! Picked this park not being familiar with the area. But mostly because we needed to use the wifi to make reservations for the rest of the trip. When we checked in, we specifically asked if the wifi was good, and was assured it would be the best we ever had. Guy at desk even gave us a hint about putting the computer by a window in our motorhome as the fiberglass is what caused problems for any wifi. Turned out this was park owner speak for " OUR WIFI SUCKS BAD AND WILL BE UNUSABLE. When we first got there we were all alone and got decent wifi, but after 3 or 4 more campers pulled in it began to get very slow and unusable, so I decided to wait till everyone was sleeping to finish my wifi work. The park was empty except for 4 or 5 campers including us, and I thought that would surely work. I started trying to get back on at about 10:30 and kept trying till well after midnight. Could never get on. The next morning I asked the other campers there if they had any trouble. I got 3 "never could get on"s and 2 didn't try's. As you can tell I was upset... looking at the papers he gave us it says no wifi passwords will be given out after 9PM. I'm pretty sure he turns it off at 9, so it is not available for anyone. I had tried at 3AM when I woke up to go to the bathroom, and again at 6AM when I woke up. Ended up going to the Comfort Inn at 6:30am to use their wifi. When I got back to the campground at 10:00 in the morning the wifi was working again.
Other problems with this park are the layout.. all campsites are situated so that your front door and awning stick out into the interior drive so that if you want to sit in the shade of your awning, you are in the road and getting dusted every time someone comes or goes. I always like to end on a good note so "they had good water pressure". - flyfisher1
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Great park for laying over before going into Canada. Check in was easy with a very nice owner. Easy on and off the interstate. Hook ups worked great and were located at middle of site. Sites are all pull through along the interior roads in the park. - roaming around
May 2016 - $35.00
The check-in staff were extremely helpful and gave us good information about going to Canada. The sites are OK for an overnight stay, but the price is on the high side for what you are getting. The free Wi-Fi did not work. Could not even load this website to post this review. Some of the showers and restrooms were closed so I couldn't see them. - Lee and Trace
Sep 2015 - $35.00
This is a great layover point going to from Canada. Great pool, jacuzzi with breakfast as an option for $6.
Nice big pull thru sites.l
Man o man can the wind blow. - Lukes
Jun 2015 - $35.00
These level gravel sites are located behind the hotel. The utilities worked well but are located at the rear of the sites so have plenty of hose. The hotel is old and looks rough but the area seemed safe. Wi-Fi is available at the office. We would stay here again for an overnight stay. - dandg
Jun 2015 - $35.00
Very clean park, spaces were generous, with lots of grass, and picnic tables Only 2 washers in laundry. Access to motel heated pool and sauna. Park is on a hill, with good view of mountains and little road noise. - BertL
May 2015 - $25.00
Nice little city campground. Spots are spacious and away from the highway, so it's very quiet. There are both back-in and pull-through sites. AT&T and Verizon worked well for phone and Internet. Most sites are level although there is a bit of a hill outside your door on a couple of the pull-throughs. This is a great place to stop on your way to/from Canada. We would stay here again if in the area. - Bobbi1948
Sep 2014 - $18.00
This is a pleasant city park located on the north side of town behind the ball field. Sites are gravel with water and electric. Some are pull through. Whoever laid out the park never camped in an RV. The water faucets are located about 100 feet from the electrical boxes. It took two hoses to reach the water. The park is located below a dam breast, but not to worry, there's not much water behind the dam. In late September there were only two campers in the park. Good for an overnight. We would stay here again. - Tetrode
Sep 2014 - $18.00
I'm in agreement with the last reviews of the park for 2014. We were pleased to find many sites available the week after Labor Day. Many sites had water hookup with electric. No sewer, cable or Wi-Fi but Verizon gave a strong signal. There is a fishing lake adjacent to the park. Go to the back of the park where there is a sign and a trail leading to the top of the dam. There are other campground options in Shelby. But this is by far the best for space, price and cleanliness. Other campgrounds are either too close to the Interstate or the rail yards. This park is quiet and peaceful. We will stay here again. - Craig H