8 RV Parks near Deer Lodge, Montana
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Overnight stay en-route to Idaho. Sites were close but adequate and services worked fine. Staff was friendly and helpful. - Nodaker
Aug 2017 - $40.00
KOA should get the owner to train other KOA owners. Very well laid out and maintained. It was nice to be treated as a customer. Would stay here again and highly recommend it. - whit gentry
Aug 2017 - $42.00
We stayed here last year (see my 7/16 review for a more detailed description of the park). Again, we had a FHU site that was satellite friendly. this is a small, quiet riverside park within walking distance of the center of town. The bath and laundry facilities are adequate. Typical of the area, I saw no recycling. - Jerry S
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Price reflects Good Sam discount and taxes. Easy in and out from I-90. A lot of road noise from the interstate and some dust from the truck stop if the wind is blowing. WiFi is available and we had a good signal but we couldn't connect. Don't know what the problem is. Fuel and food close to park. - StarlifterFE
Aug 2017 - $34.00
This is a great campground fairly close to I-90 here in Deer Lodge, MT. Road noise can be heard but it is not intrusive. Park has the best and cleanest bathrooms with showers we have encountered in our 20 months of full timing and over 40 campgrounds. All sites are pull thru and graveled. My site is long enough for my 40' Class A towing an 18' car hauler trailer still connected. Grassed patio with picnic table. Close hook ups to water, sewer and electric. Very friendly office staff. Cable TV and WiFi provided. WiFi not that great however. Stayed on AT&T data which is very good. Wide interior roadways, easy entry and exit from campsites and campground. I would certainly stay here again. Very reasonable daily rate of $34/night. - kihei7
Aug 2017 - $28.00
Stayed 3 nights to visit the Old Montana Prison and catch up on laundry. Their laundry was clean and worked well. The campground area is wide open with easy in/easy out spacing with wide roads and decent turns. Fuel station on the road in front of campground. Very nice office folks. - Ella18
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Made reservations the previous day to stay in this campground. When we arrived we followed the guy in the golf cart and he guided us into our spot. By the time I extended the slide out there was physically 15 inches between my slide and the slide on the adjacent trailer. I wasn't thrilled but told myself to live with it for one night. Hooked up my power and turned on the a.c. It was in the lower 90's and pretty uncomfortable. The power kept kicking on and off so I started watching the Progressive Industries monitor that I have built into the trailer and one side kept showing a high of 104 volts and a low of 87 volts. Called the office and they said they would send an "electrician". When he showed up I explained to him what was going on and he said "Gee, I've never seen it below 96 volts" and told me there was nothing he could do about it. I told him that even 96v. was unacceptable and we weren't paying to stay under these conditions. Took our money and ran. - lkbenson
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Rate reflects a weekly price. This park is well located in a quite area. There is a train track behind it, however there are no loud horns...there are some unusual horns as it's a coupling area down the road, but its not at all bothersome. You cannot hear I-90 noise at all. They are full hook up sites, park clean. Electric was good, however, during busy times and hot days, voltage would drop to low levels. It never went off, but our EMS indicated it as low as 106 and 111. We would caution anyone in the side-by-side nose to tail spaces, (back row) to be careful as you do share the electric box with the next site. Sites in the back are too close, its much better in the other areas. Water pressure was good at 60#. Wifi was slow, but worked most of the time. Grass areas between the sites. The washer house was clean $2/$2. Nice game area and book library. Camp hosts meet you when you pull in and escort you to your site. Owner is very friendly. Well situation for touring in the area. We would stay here again when in the area. - Fixn2gocamp
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Very nice park with lots of grass, well-spaced sites, and a gorgeous view of the mountains. It was close to the highway but not right next to it like some other places we've stayed, and we weren't bothered by the noise at all. We were escorted to our site by a nice man, and then the owner came by to take our credit card payment. This would be a nice place to stay for a while, but it was just an overnighter for us as we traveled through. We would definitely stay here again. - Denise and Glenn
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
Aug 2017 - $35.00
What a gem of a place. Sites were a little tight, but pretty green grass at each one. Right across the street from the creek and the trail that leads to Washoe Park in one direction and down to the Historic Old Works trail the other way. Quiet, peaceful, FHU, pet friendly, 50 amp, good Verizon coverage. My husband needs good Internet for work and had no problems. DTV worked well. Happy campers and permanents throughout the park. Feels like a community. Occasional get togethers that everyone enjoyed. But what makes this park over and above is the owner. A genuine all around nice guy. Hard working. Will help with anything! Our slide needed repair. He went out of his way to assist my husband in taking care of it. He is also the Go To Guy for tourist information. He knows the area and gave us our best tips on seeing the sites. We intended to stay a week and ended up staying a month. We will definitely go back! - LissM
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Have stayed here before. Owner is great, some spots are good. But too many full timers in run down campers. The pet area is atrocious, there is dog poo everywhere. We refused to walk our dogs in that. This could be a really cute little park if the dilapidated trailers were made to fix up, or not allowed altogether. - Pam_
Jun 2017 - $25.00
This is not an RV park! This is another trashy trailer park with 2 empty sites for overnighters. Getting very tired of these trailer parks calling themselves RV parks! Where is Code Enforcement? - Cat Woods
Sep 2017 - $44.00
Staff were helpful. The smoke was still around. I was surprised it was so far from Butte. Wifi was ok as per the usual for camp grounds. Washing good. Very large gravel drive surface. - Aussie Chums
Sep 2017 - $43.00
Spent a week at this park. Check in was easy and staff was pleasant. We had a large back-in up against the fence toward the far end of the park -- quiet with a nice view, but no shade. Great location for visiting Anaconda and Bozeman. Did not use restrooms/showers. - JPFRetired
Aug 2017 - $45.00
Upon arrival, owners were far from cordial. Very little effort by owners to maintain the property. Sites are large but deeply rutted and unkept. Only green grass was in the front of park by owners cabin so very dusty. They charge more for 50 amp service. Wifi was nonexistent and there were 6 over-air tv channels. Only trash container was way in the front of the park. We love to dry camp in NFS lands, but when one pays $50/night, one expects some amenities. This could be a great park if managed properly. - ca murphs
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