2 Parks near Gardiner, Montana
Aug 2015 - $63.00
We stayed here for 7 nights in August. The sites and access roads are gravel. There is a pretty steep incline and sharp right turn to get into the park and there is a fairly sharp incline once you are in the park. Both of these situations were still manageable for our 43 foot fifth wheel, however. The problem was with our "deluxe pull-thru" site. It was a very tight fit to get into the site and it took some maneuvering to get able to get out of the site. If you have a really big rig, this park is iffy. For the most part, the staff are very friendly and helpful (with one exception). The water, sewer, and electric connections are good and dependable. The WiFi is fair. This park does something that drives me crazy--they charge extra for children. In a family-oriented park next to Yellowstone National Park, this is ridiculous. The best thing about this RV park is that it is 5 minutes from the north gate of Yellowstone, which is where you will have to cart your recyclable materials because there is no recycling at the RV park or in Gardiner. - Byron Bailey
Aug 2015 - $67.00
Right outside of Yellowstone and thus can charge whatever! Cleanest Laundromat wife has EVER seen. immaculate!! Very nice folks and place. 30 amp site the first night and 50 the second but was charged the same for both.
The appearance, quality, and condition of the park and its sites, facilities, and amenities were excellent. The roads were easy to navigate even though the area is quite hilly. The sites were grass rimmed and attractive. The hookups were conveniently placed and easy for this old man to use Our RV is 35 feet and there was ample room to back in and if I was 10 feet longer it would still have been easy. - Homawy
Jul 2015 - $69.00
We stayed at Rocky Mountain RV park for 5 days over the 4th of July holiday. The campground sits high above the town and offers a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains and valley. It is perfectly located about 1/4 mile from the north entrance to Yellowstone but it is still a quiet park. Gardiner is a small town but offers everything you would need to enjoy a visit to Yellowstone. The campground staff is very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. Our campsite was a FHU back in with grass and plenty of room to enjoy cooking out under the awning. The restrooms, showers and laundry area are very clean, modern and well maintained. The cable and WiFi worked very well. A real bonus for us was the spectacular 4th of July fireworks display we watched from our campsite. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone visiting Yellowstone NP or the Bear Tooth scenic Byway. - Freelander1
Aug 2015 - $54.00
If you can't get a riverfront don't bother, that's the only thing about this park that can make it worth. It's overpriced to what they offer, which is full hookups, bathroom/showers and laundry. That's it!!!
Most of the people that occupy the river front sides are either workers at Yellowstone or seasonal people.
The sites are very close together with a picnic table for each and supposedly a grass in between but they don't take care of THAT grass, it's really bad, when it rains expect flooding.
The entire park is dirt-gravel.
It's about a mile from the north entrance, which is under construction for a long time therefor the road is very rough.
The town Gardiner has nothing to offer. If you come for a night that's probably ok.
We will not come back here again. - MikeMayNaama
May 2014 - $40.00
This park is located down a rather tricky looking hill along the banks of the Yellowstone River. We did not have any trouble getting our 40 foot RV down the hill and into our space. The park seems to be well managed (in fact we were notified by phone when our mail arrived before we did). We were assigned a level, gravel, pull-through space with full hookups and a picnic table. We did have to park our towed vehicle sideways to fit it in the space. This park does not recycle. Verizon service was OK in the area. We would definitely stay here again. - The Borgs
May 2014 - $42.00
This is a nice park and very close to the north entrance of Yellowstone. We stayed in May before the rest of the park was open so this was convenient to visit Yellowstone. We stayed at one of the deluxe spots which is really just a regular spot in any other park. Spots were OK size, bathrooms were very nice and clean. Driveway was a little steep, but not really a problem getting in or out. We would come back here again. - Dmuecke