3 Parks near Hardin, Montana
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Shower area was clean and spacious, with curtained=off area for each shower. Showers and restroom areas were separate. Restrooms clean and well kept.
Nice overnight stop, area graveled and neat.
Only downside - office area had strong cat smells, cats had free roam throughout office area. - FOSJ
Aug 2016 - $59.00
Very nice and clean, newer campground. Has 15 new level, pull thru sites with 50 amp, water and sewer. Nice view of the hills. Large pool. Owners live next door and they seem to be always on site. Very friendly.
We will definitely be coming back to this gem near the Connecticut river . - 1ST Mountain Air
Aug 2016 - $42.00
Clean park seems to have a lot of room in the sites. - Edd505
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We stayed her for several nights. The park was clean, and although old, well maintained. Our only complaint would be water pressure at 20 PSI. Some minor truck noise, and no nearby trains. - Humble
Aug 2016 - $32.00
The Hardin KOA is in a good location. It's close to the Little Bighorn Battlefield Memorial, and close to a small town with gas/groceries. It's surrounded by farm fields, includes a small clean pool. The roads and sites are gravel - and tend to be a little dusty, but it isn't too bad. There is some limited shade. The children's playground is okay. But, their claim to having cable TV is silly. It simply doesn't work. Just use a regular antenna and you'll get a few network stations with a clear signal. The WiFi signal was okay, but not spectacular. It works best late at night when most people are asleep. - SeaTeacher
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This is a small KOA campground situated on the outskirts of Hardin surrounded by farmland. There is some kind of plant across the road with a loud humming noise that ranges from low to high. The park does not get any marks for beauty. It's basically dirt and weeds. The interior roads are narrow and tricky maneuvering a large RV. The sites are close together especially the ones that share utilities. Our site was narrow with a tree that needs some trimming. We had to park the car sideways to fit it in our spot. No Directv due to trees. They have cable but ours was fuzzy. They advertise WII FI at the site but we could never get connected. Luckily we had 4g and 4 bars with Verizon so we used our hotspot. The water pressure is very low coming in at 20psi. The brochure says they haul in their water. Maybe that accounts for the pressure somehow. There are trains in the area that you will hear throughout the day. This park must be on the way to or from somewhere because they seem to do a steady business. Apparently, many harvesters stay here as well. Pretty pricey for what you don't get. - Free
Sep 2016 - $36.00
RV Park staff were real nice , showed us to our site and check on us to see if things were OK. Had a good site on the hill with a over look of the valley below, small sites but being off season no one next to us.
The restrooms and showers were the best that we have seen, we always use our own shower but the showers were so clean that we used them. If we are back in the area we would stay their again. - Jay Herb
Sep 2016 - $39.00
We have stayed at many commercial campgrounds across the US including Alaska and in British Columbia. 7th Ranch is by far the most meticulous and pristine campground and restrooms we have ever seen. The owners are very welcoming and you are escorted to your site. Flowers are strategically planted throughout the campground which add to the beautiful surroundings. The RV park section of the working ranch is on a slight hill and the gravel sites are very level. The hill also provides a venue for a beautiful view. We were only here for one night as we were traveling through Montana, but would surely enjoy a longer stay. - Golfgirl
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Camp staff couldn't be nicer, such really great folks! They have an amazing arena setup right as you pull in, made me almost want to get a horse, so great! Park is set on a hill in such a way to appreciate the Montana view, so beautiful! Camp works real hard at providing some grass outside the sites, there are areas outside the campground to take your pets off leash in a big open field. We don't do that sort of thing, but you could do it if you wanted to.
We felt nothing but at home at 7th Ranch RV Camp. If we're ever in the area, we will definitely stop back here. - User2571