7 Parks near Deer Lodge, Montana
Sep 2015 - $38.00
The sites for pull through are long enough for 40' plus our large towed. They are close with grass strip between rigs. There is a nice river that runs next to park with Brown Trout. Quiet area. I would stay here again. Very nice staff and park is very well maintained. Small private restroom/showers are well maintained. The host was exceptional. - Gurleymon
May 2014 - $38.00
We normally don't stay at KOAs and this one was very disappointing. The lots are tight and gravel. Almost stepped in dog mess while hooking up. The lots on the river are small and short but would be nice if it wasn't 24 degrees. The area around the park is rundown, local homeowners use same road to enter their area. There were 5 run-down trashy looking campers that seemed permanent as you enter the park. Wifi worked well. This park is not worth the price we paid which reflects a Discount. We would not stay here again. We camped here for two nights. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel. Note: the lady who checked us in and took care of the park was awesome! - westie0506
Jul 2013 - $33.00
Staff was very pleasant & helpful and the hookups were good. The restrooms/showers are clean & nice as individual rooms. Roads & sites are gravel and the sites for big rigs are pretty close together. The sites at the river are grass, but seem to be roomier. There are a few long-term campers, but not unusual for KOA's. Workers were busy the whole time we were there. The WIFI worked beautifully. It's a perfect stop to visit the National Park Service Grant-Kors Ranch & other local museums. We would stay here again. - R&S
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Convenient to Interstate, gas station, and casino. Discount on gas if you stayed here. Nothing to write home about, just easy to get in and out. Good for a one night stop. - LHB2014
Jun 2016 - $37.00
We had a nice level, stone / gravel, 50 amp FHU pull thru site with cable. The cable lineup was fair, but expensive at $3 per day for the 30 channel lineup. Wifi was so so, at times too slow to use. But at off hours or when the park emptied out, it was ok but not exactly fast. A lot of transient traffic here, it would fill up in the late afternoon and evening hours and then empty out in the morning. A bit on the dusty side with all the traffic. No washing or rinsing of vehicles is allowed, yet some sites with permanents in them watered the grass all day long, go figure. - Bob and Inga
May 2016 - $32.00
We stayed here a couple of nights as we passed through from Yellowstone to Glacier. It was ok for a stop over, but your next to the interstate and road noise is an issue. The hookups and cable tv were fine. It is a gravel site and well maintained grassy area with a picnic table. Site was pull through and long enough to accommodate truck and trailer. - jtl2
Jul 2016 - $45.00
We initially planed to stay just a couple of nights to walk over to soak at the pools at Fairmont Hot Springs. We extended our stay to a full week as we found the park readily accessible to Butte, Anaconda and other day trips. (i.e., route 1 loop up thru Phillipsburg.)
It looks like the park is undergoing some renovation, a new outdoor patio area looks new.
We stayed in loop at NE section of park. Sites were close together, but didn't feel overly crowded. Very long back in sites in this section, against seldom used tent sites. Our site must have been 100' long. Sites in other section of park were closer together and more crowded.
Staff was pleasant, facilities were clean and orderly. I would stay here again if I could get a spot in loop on NE side....extra long back ins. - Bruins_in_the_Bus
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We got to enjoy 4 nights at the Fairmont RV Park right before Independence Day. Nice, quiet, clean, reasonably priced. The only issue at all was the water pressure at the site was low, at least the shower house was clean and had great water pressure. My only suggestion for the owners would be to update their website, it does not do their RV Park justice. - MT woodworker
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Nice park close to the Hot Springs. Very nice staff and the sites are pretty level. - The DnD Adventure
Jul 2016 - $24.00
We stayed here on our way up to Glacier and again on our way back. Nice large spot for our 38 ft 5th wheel. Backed right up to a little river that the kids played in. We did not realize the office was in back up a hill. But that had a drop box out front so it was very convenient to just pay in the drop box. We loved our stay here and plan to come up again just to stay here for a few nights! My only recommendation is that they have more signs near the drop box to point people up to the office. And maybe a map of the facilities there as well so people coming with tents and also those who only need electric know where to go. We had three different people ask us if we knew were to check in at. - Knibbers
Sep 2015 - $22.00
Located right off I-15 between Helena and Butte makes this a convenient overnight stop. The campground has two parts. There are nicely shaded level back in sites near the creek. If you want pull thru sites with no shade, those are available in the front of the campground. The manager is very friendly and accommodating. While sites are close together, the park was only 20% full when we stayed there. We spent two nights and attended the Wednesday night pot luck dinner which was enjoyable. Many of the campers are here to take advantage of the health mine. This is an interesting concept! Hookups are good but the sewer is located way in the back of the site so you may need a sewer extension. Pretty location, nice people, and reasonable rates make this place a winner! - linnemj
Sep 2014 - $21.00
We had a great time at this unique RV park and would be happy to visit again. We were granted a Good Sam discount and our 40' RV was assigned a fairly level gravel site which backed onto a lovely creek. There was plenty of space for our tow car and outdoor chairs. A picnic table was provided. Pull-thru sites are available, but are not as nice as the creek-side spots. A short walk up the hill from the RV park is the Merry Widow health mine. Gold, silver, zinc and uranium were previously mined at this location, but now it (along with several other mines in the area) is known as a "health mine" where folks come to take a series of hour-long treatments. There seems to be a rather dedicated clientele, with many yearly repeat customers camping and taking treatments. We were allowed a free walk-through of the mine, and noted a monthly state check of the mine water quality was in progress. A highlight of our visit here was the weekly Wednesday night potluck, where we shared in a delicious feast and met some of the fascinating people drawn to this area. A nearby gravel road which passed through some national forest service land proved great for jogging. A piano and other amenities were provided in the large recreation hall (where the potluck dinner was held). Guests are also reportedly welcome to use the cooking facilities here. Internet service was included with our site rental, and worked quite well in conjunction with an external antenna. - The Borgs
Jul 2016 - $33.00
This park has easy big rig access from Interstate and sites are level, spacious, good utilities placement, overall minimum road/ train noise, grass patios but the dead recently sprayed grass easily tracks into RV. Overall, a good stop with friendly escort to sites behind a golf cart designated " the pilot car". And most importantly, only two rules! Pick up after dog and no mats on live grass!
Will stay again! - RJourney
Oct 2015 - $30.00
We stayed overnight traveling through. There was train and road noise.
Trash in the game room and on the floor in the building going into the restrooms.
Women's bathroom was cleaner than the men's. - Bogeycoton
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We spent one night here, transiting from Yellowstone to Glacier. It has a convenient location, just off I-90. Sites are spacious and long. Utilities all worked well, but the WiFi was a bit slow. Good AT&T and Verizon cell and data coverage. No cable TV and no broadcast TV - this place is in the boonies. Some traffic and train noise, but not all that bad. Owner is friendly and helpful. - Ray Waugh
Aug 2013 - $1.00
Stayed here 2 nights on our way east to Minnesota, and 2 nights on the return trip 4 wks later. We are "boondockers" at home, and wanted a mountain spot to relax for a couple of nights. Very nice, quiet NF site at about 5500 ft elevation. Hand pump for water, vault toilets, and bear boxes for food storage!! A bit off the freeway on pretty good gravel roads, but not difficult to get to. On weekends, it is used by locals and ATV's. We never felt they were obnoxious, and pretty much only used the campground roads to go in and out from the main road and up into the mountains. Great spot for thunderstorms in the hot summer!! Spaces are fairly short, our 24ft TT fit in one spot well but a much larger unit would have some problem finding a adequate site. Forest Service states 22ft max for sites. Fire rings and solid picnic table at each site. Sites are free, but had to put in something for the review!!! - GLB
Jul 2015 - $32.00
We stayed at the park because it was the closest to town and the Old Works Golf course. It is quiet and there ia a very nice paved path that runs along the creek to take the dog for a walk or yourself. There are deer around and if you walk at the right time they will be out to see. There appear to be several permanent residents and some rigs are in good shape while others have a run down look to them. I did not see any pull thru sites, only back in sites. Durinig our stay we took the tour around town and it was very informative. Please take the time to see a movie in the historic theater and you will be happy you did. If you are a golfer play the Old Works Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. While we were at our site I smelled sewer odor off and on and could not figure why until the day we left. Luckily we only had the grey water hose opened while we were there because when we removed it the water was overflowing from the sewer. It appears the site next to us also had the same issue. The cable tv is another issue. It is Comcast and if you have an analog tv you must get the box fromm the office and do a special connection to get tv. The first box did not work but the second did. Wifi works if you are at or very close to the office otherwise it is not good. I used my ipad with cellular service. I am not sure what site we had so I entered A. - petpeople