3 Parks near Great Falls, Montana
Nov 2015 - $38.00
Good park with easy access. Good water pressure and power.
Site was very level and a good size.
Unfortunately there is a couple highways that run besides the park and the large trucks are constantly using their modified engine retarder brake. This is very noisy and it goes well into the late night!!!
Surprised the city allows this.
Otherwise this would be an excellent park. - cooter5
Oct 2015 - $25.00
We stayed for one night in May, while visiting the Russell Museum. As other reviewers have mentioned, it's right in the middle of town, so is not a quiet, rural location. Knowing that, it's no worse than anywhere else in the middle of town, and the management has made the facility comfortable and convenient. The management was very friendly and helpful. The bathroom facilities were clean and worked well. We stayed in an Aliner popup, and used the park restrooms. - User2873
Sep 2015 - $37.00
This is great for a traveler but is pretty basic with all gravel sites and tucked under a pretty busy roS. We stay here everytime when passing through. - Terry G
May 2016 - $82.00
Worst KOA or campground we've stayed in. You pull through the campground out into a muddy open field that has pull-throughs. Your yard between one another is prickly weeds, dandelions and other weeds that are not calf high. Homesteaders with trailers, trampolines, toys, multiple propane tanks, plastic on RV windows, plastic around the bottom of RVs, and trash laying around is what you'll be residing with. Bathroom has NO toilet paper and smells horribly of mildew. Laundry room is small, expensive and washers out of order, dryers don't heat. Kamp workers not concerned about the issues. Constant loud construction right outside your door. You would think for $82.00 a night you could get cable TV at least and would offer to pick up your bagged trash. This KOA is an overpriced DUMP. - Dream living
Apr 2016 - $60.00
This park is building a new section for larger units and that's where we stayed, as the older section was not yet open. We paid $60.00 plus tax for one night and this was a break on the rate because we didn't need the sewer hook-up - just power and water! The new sites are a barren open area with all the hook-ups. The sites are almost level and the roads and sites would be really muddy if it rained. Eventually if they keep at it this area will be great for larger units. The views are spectacular and it was very quiet despite some heavy construction a few hundred yards away. The older section is well treed and reasonably private. Some of the cabins are elevated over the edge of the property and have incredible views. Though it's early in the season the facility building is worn and dirty. Washrooms and showers would get a 4/10 for cleanliness, but are warm, lots of hot H2O and showers are free. Garbage cans are full and floors filthy. This place has a ton of potential if better taken care of. It's not a $60/night campground at this time. - sfw1058
Jul 2015 - $64.00
When we called for the space, we were told "there is no shade as it is in the new area". We were only staying two nights, so no big deal. When we got there the "big rigs" were literally in a pasture with sewer, electricity and water. The grassy area was weeds and the trees that were just planted. The gentlemen, who was helping the neighbor get electricity, told my husband they just piggy backed on to the existing electric supply when they added the new area; therefore some of the sites did not have adequate electricity to supply their "rigs". The bathrooms were 1/4 mile away in the "older" section as were the trash bins. There were no restrooms or trash bins in the new area. When we left, the trash bins were literally running over. There was a splash pad and pool for the kiddos. Supposedly there was a hot tub, but it was a ways from the "pasture" we were parked in. - Marilynintexas
Apr 2016 - $1.00
Called today to get info for a stay later this summer and was told by their administration that they no longer provide campsites to the "drive by" public unless it is associated with an Expo event. Their campground is still open, but only for their events. - readontheroad
Jun 2011 - $35.00
This park has shady sites. The campground is located on site at the Montana State Fairgrounds. The roads are gravel, the sites are not level, but usable. The sites are not paved and this year they are muddy. The bathrooms/shower are located in the livestock pavilion. They are adequate at best, there is a lingering odor of livestock and we just cleaned the showers ourselves before use. There are many permanent residents and workers. We stayed here because the other affordable park was booked and another quoted us a $95/night price tag. This one was $150/week. - Joann26