5 Parks near Livingston, Montana
May 2016 - $44.00
Nice park right on the Yellowstone river. Be aware that it's ten miles off of I90. All roads and sites had been freshly graveled and ours was very level. - hoppers4
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Located 10 miles off the interstate, north of Yellowstone National Park which makes for a very quiet and restful campground. Campground located on the Yellowstone River and has trails that provide easy access to the river for fishing or rafting. Some of the cabins in the campground overlook the river. Campground well laid out and maximizes use of space which makes for somewhat tight campsites. Indoor Heated Swimming pool was nice but needed some maintenance to the decking around the pool. Off-leash dog park available on-site not well located and a bit small. Pull-thru and back-in FHU sites available. Breakfast available 6 days per week in office/gift shop/club house. Friendly staff. Would stay here again. - americanrascal
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Real nice park located next to river. Sites are large and well spaced. Restrooms/showers very clean. Nice clean pool. Beautiful area. Would definitely camp here again. - Jim024
Aug 2013 - $30.00
Previous reviewer is right- this place is a mess. Vicious dogs in the Manager's mobile home act like they'll eat you for knocking on the wall (the door is blocked off). Other dogs roam around the park. Resident kids on bicycles ride through all sites, even if you are standing by your rig. Kids and adult residents are outside partying late at night. Cigarette butts and trash are all over the grounds. Fire in one mobile home brought out the entire city fire department. Bathrooms were frequently trashed with cigarette ashes and dirt in sinks. Constant noise from nearby Interstate. Sewer and water hookups are poorly placed, into the next site. We used to stop here for the convenient location and cheaper price, but the place gets worse every year. Could be okay for an overnight desperation stop, but wait to find the manager (who's a nice woman) in the morning. Don't knock on that home/office/dog kennel at night. - Annie's Song
Jul 2013 - $30.00
The management was poor. Upon arrival we had to go look for the manager in a run down mobile home where we couldn't get to the door because it was fenced off. The sites are long but very, very close together. Water, electric and sewer are poorly laid out. Dogs are left outside unattended. I tried to walk my dog but there were large, unattended aggressive dogs all over the place. I didn't go near the restrooms, and the wifi did not work. I would not return. - Myrt & Gordy
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Place looks like Dogpatch but it somehow works. Good price and cable TV, close enough to town to walk or bike. Management is accommodating. Sewer hookups are mostly inconvenient, water is great, sites are tight but long. Bathrooms are ancient- can't close the door when you're on the toilet. Single machines in Laundry room are worthless, city laundromat and grocery store nearby. - Annie's Song
May 2016 - $39.00
It's an OK place to stop for the night, nothing to get excited about. A lot of " rules." Rather pricey for the amenities and location. Site surfaces were gravel with sunny/open exposures. - Travelled
May 2016 - $36.00
Arrived without a reservation (still early in the season) and was given site D1 close to the washrooms as I mentioned my wife cannot walk great distances.
Our hosts, were excellent, very accommodating.
Washrooms were very clean. Laundry (4 w/d) was very clean. Wifi was excellent - no problems at all.
We stayed 3 nights.
We'll probably return next year to visit the other (closed) half of Yellowstone. - DCM/JMB
Oct 2015 - $35.00
I spent a week at Osens. A very nice park especially considering it's within the confines of Livingston- It didn't seem that way. The site (b2) was spacious and open, gravel and grass with a picnic table. The owners are both good people. Very nice and helpful. They gave me a good lead on a repair shop. A lot of rules? I guess, but sometimes that makes for a better stay for all. I slept well every night. Kind of got use to the trains in the distance during the night.
I plan on staying again. My only complaint would be that I feel for a weekly rate, during the off season of $250 (with tax) is too high. - Randell Tober
Aug 2013 - $14.00
Gallatin National Forest campground south of Livingston off Hwy 89. Narrow winding paved road to campground and easy to navigate with truck and 22 ft. trailer. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful with local knowledge. Trailhead to beautiful waterfall with easy hike right from campground. Free flowing Pine Creek behind many sites to listen to under the clear mountain stars. Wonderful dry camping site to explore the area and within 2 hours of Yellowstone National Park. A hidden gem! Deer wandering through camp and owls hooting at night, wonderful! - The Grizz
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Kind of spendy for what you get, but it's on the way to Yellowstone so that's probably why. Wonderful owners; very helpful. - Senior Camper
Sep 2015 - $37.00
Very small RV park with about 20 sites. Some are pull-through and most are long enough to allow a fifth wheel or toad to remain hooked up. This place was very clean and well maintained and is right on the river making it exceptionally peaceful. Each site had a new or recently refinished picnic table. Even though it is right next to the road that was not at all noticeable from our site. Both the Mens and Womans facilities were single seaters making for lines in the morning. There was also only a single shower in each and the laundry contained a single washer and dryer.
The wifi, for me, was unuseable. The signal was mostly below 80 dbm (one bar or less) and kept fading in and out. The wifi router's were set to not assign IP addresses so the only thing you could do was surf the general web. My bet is that the three wifi routers that were visible were only desktop devices intended for covering a room or two and not intended for use outside the building they were in.
The cable TV coverage was outstanding, delivering 60 or so channels but nothing local. Verizon cell was borderline weak and my Galaxy 6 kept switching between 3g and 4g which was disruptive to my using it as a hotspot.
The downside is the owner/manager was very domineering and overbearing. I might have met a more obsessive control freak at some time in my 72 years but I really cant remember when. It made what could have been a very enjoyable 5 star stay very unpleasant. The guys adversarial and confrontational attitude escalated one or two trivial situations into unnecessary conflict. You cant sugar coat rudeness and disrespect with "Sir", "Please", and "Thank You's"; rude is still rude and completely uncalled for. - hotsauce
Sep 2015 - $43.00
We really enjoyed our stay here. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Laundry and bathrooms were very clean. WiFi worked best in laundry room but was weak at campsite at times. Cable TV was great. We had a full hook up. - webbsafari