6 RV Parks near Four Corners, Montana
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Four Corners. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Four Corners in the left hand column.
Sites: 175 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 72 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $67.00
We stayed for 4 nights. 11 yr. old Granddaughter was with us. The campground has a new convenient store, game room and gathering area for morning breakfast and passes to the Hot springs all of which are part of your nightly fee. We Enjoyed the Hot Springs for several days. The pools are wonderful and very well maintained. Newly remodeled Hot Springs building offers a coffee bar and other refreshments, 9 hot spring pools, a full gym, saunas, and live music several times a week. This campground and Hot Springs are going to be a destination for visitors coming to the area. - User1994
Jul 2017 - $90.00
This is the most overpriced, under-serviced RV park we have ever stayed in. The office staff are all very young and completely indifferent to doing anything other than taking their overpriced site fees. The cable TV did not work the entire 12 days we were there and nobody would even come check it. The men's bathroom had a broken hand dryer and after telling 3 office staff, nothing was done again for 12 days. There are no weekly rates and in order to get the "discount" that is supposed to be available "stay 7 days, get 1 free" you have to insist to talk to the manager who may or may not call you back. The sites are overgrown and narrow, the picnic tables are old, covered with bird droppings and broken. We made our original reservation far in advance and then added some days about a month before we arrived. No one on the staff could figure out how to arrange the reservation so we had to move sites part way through our stay. There are not many choices in this area but you need a lot of patience and money to stay in this park. - chopper989
Jul 2017 - $81.00
The price, even with discounts, was way too much. There is only one set of restrooms that are not ADA compliant, hand dryer didn't work, soap dispenser was empty, and very small for a campground this large. Overall the campground was not too bad, but we have paid less and received better. The workers had an "I don't care" attitude.
Yes, the price does include entry to the hot springs, however, the fee without the campground is only $7.50, which means the price would still be well over $70. My assessment is that Bozeman Hot Springs Campground is one of the greatest rip-offs we have ever had to endure in our fifteen years of RV camping. - Rod Keen
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is a new little place that has about 8 spaces, that the owner and his wife of the fully supplied food market put in next to their store and the rodeo grounds. It has 30/50 AMP, water, sewer, grass area, picnic table, plenty of room for your pop outs. Spaces are pull thru's so it made it really easy to get in and pull out. - 2nightzrv
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
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Since knew we were traveling on 4th of July made reservation on first day they opened. Glad we did. We had stayed here before. We stayed overnight to visit friends and the space provided us a direct shot to leave in AM. Very nice welcoming and presented with good information to make it through town on this holiday. WiFi was good. Spaces flip so side to side however that presented no issues for us though we were closer than we normally prefer. There was some noise from the highway and trains (however we joke that all rv parks have trains). Would stay again as the location is adjacent to highway and road to get into park will take you right through downtown Bozeman. - ownedafew
Aug 2017 - $33.00
VERY friendly staff. Even had free movie loans and book exchange. Roads were dirt and easy to get around, site was dirt with grass sides, and JUST long enough for 36' MH + toad. We had a pull in forward site. Hookups were satisfactory, WiFi/internet was quite good. I would definitely stay here again. There were a number of "permanent" residences. - Don Gagnon
Aug 2017 - $39.00
Friendly staff and clean facilities. Our spot was level. The parking is close to the neighbors but we had room to park at ours, and plenty of room on one side. The train noise didn't bother us. We have stayed here before and will again. - traveling
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Tight spaces. Barely able to get slides put and the closest to a neighbor we've ever been. Roads are fine. Nice people. Clean. Not all spaces seeem super tight but they sure put us in close quarters. See picture of clearance between 17 and 18 I posted - Ken Camp
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We are at Bear Canyon campground in Bozeman Montana. I really enjoy stepping out my door into the sewer hookup and I can't wait to eat my dinner right there too. It's a good thing that my awnings aren't chomping at the bit to get out because there isn't room. I have asked to be moved but there have been a hundred excuses why they can't move us. We would love to leave but our sole purpose here is to meet with or friends so basically we are screwed. When we made or reservation I specifically asked if they would put us together and was told yes. - hawkbee
Jul 2017 - $48.00
Gravel sites are uneven and if you have a big rig, tree limbs need to be trimmed as they were in the way and made satellite access difficult. No cable but the reception with air antenna was OK . Bring a long sewer hose as power is situated well forward and sewer all the way at the back. Train whistle blows often in the early morning hours but really did not bother us. The Wi-Fi is basically nonexistent with speeds more like an old LAN connection - slow! Very much overpriced for the services provided but in a good location to visit area attractions. - Ruffin It
Nov 2015 - $45.00
Host was rude and hateful. Facilities were filthy. Campground was dirty with animal feces every where. Train noises all night. - Sherry_C
Jul 2015 - $30.00
This park is by the train tracks so you hear the train all night long.
Its an older park only has 30 amp service so you can not use the air.
Spots are tight so you can not use all your slides if you have a big rig.
You can not use your awing either. The bathrooms were not very clean and most of the washers were out of order.
One of the full time residents had a dog off the leash he was running around pooping every where and the owner did not clean it up. - B mack
Jul 2012 - $20.00
OK for overnight stop. Friendly office staff. Many permanent residents. Narrow sites, some too close for slides on one side. Tight for big rigs, but we were able to get our 38' 5th wheel in without too much trouble. - FTRVwCats
Jul 2016 - $8.00
A hidden gem 30 miles south of Bozeman about a mile off hwy 191. Scenic and quiet is what you get at this class Forst Service campground. It has sites that are in shade part of the day, but the sun peaks through too. All the sites are next to Swan Creek which will sing you to sleep each night. We had a 30' rig (tip to tail) and had no problems with out site, but I wouldn't recommend anything much bigger. Dry camping, no cell service at all, but a gorgeous place to recharge. Campground host kept the sites very clean. Note the road in is a one lane gravel with pullouts. - UTTransplant