5 Parks near Garrison, Montana
Jul 2016 - $34.00
It's not a resort and doesn't claim to be. Very pleasant management and staff. Internet is fair. Very good value as a stopover for a day or two. Easy on and off I-90. Very good location. - TGA2016
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
Jul 2016 - $37.00
We love this campground and always stop here when traveling through the area. We summer in Montana and this is our 3rd visit here. It is right off the interstate and very big rig friendly for easy in and out. Despite being near the interstate, it's quiet! And there is a restaurant within walking distance.
The showers are super clean and modern. The campground hosts are always watering to keep the grass green. It's not a fancy park, but nicely kept and great for a night or two.
We paid the extra $3.00 for cable since we don't have satellite. The channel list is 32 channels, so not real extensive but it works fine.
This is not a resort by any stretch, but it's spacious, quiet and the hosts are friendly. Highly recommend. - DawnsDad
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Nice long pull thru with grass area. Some sites had tables ours did not. The office staff where indifferent and not a lot of help. Our site was by the interstate and was loud when outside. The sewer was high which made dumping more difficult to complete. If just for overnight it is okay, but ask for a site away from the interstate. - sjones
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
Jul 2016 - $38.00
An older park run by the owner. When we arrived at 2:30 one afternoon, we were the third unit in the park. It was 2/3 full at night though since it is a convenient overnight spot. The age shows, but it is right on the river with trout fishing! We saw drift boats and kayaks float by each morning. No internet that worked, no cable, no over the air television. It is convenient though. - UTTransplant
Jul 2016 - $40.00
If we have stayed here before it must have been last century. What surprised me the most was that there was no usual KOA "park map" given at check in - all we got was the receipt and a slip of paper with the internet password. This small (40 site) KOA has gravel sites with "grass between the sites. Half are pull through, FHU and half are W&E back ins along the Clark Fork River. The hookups for these sites share every other site so every other RV will have the W&E on the "wrong" side. The main building is old and houses the office, an expensive ($2.50 just the washer) 4 machine laundry, and half a dozen small individual bathrooms with sink, toilet, and shower. They were clean and, for a change) more than adequate for a park this size. There is no cable TV but most sites appear to be satellite friendly. The WIFI was OK until it got dark. It then slowed down and became useless. The owner was pleasant and helpful. I saw no sign of any recycling. - Jerry S
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
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