8 Parks near Livingston, Montana
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We stayed two nights at this campground during our trip across country in July. After reading some of the other reviews we were unsure about staying here but we had a pleasant experience. We were surprised to find clean bathrooms and showers. As well, the location was perfect for a two night stay with close access to the local river, grocery store, and highway. We thought the value for the price we paid was good. We will return again on our next trip through. - Nick Okla
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
Oct 2016 - $45.00
We loved this place! It is off the main road next to a rushing river. Although it was slightly cramped, we still felt we got a lot of privacy. The cabins on the river are really nice (we stayed in an RV site). Could hear the cows mooing in the pasture next door. Very pleasant and quiet. Highly recommended! - Campers2016
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Campground is well off highway so no traffic noise. Our visit was during 100 year celebration of National Park so campground was full. Very large facility, well laid out. - MamaLyn
Aug 2016 - $34.00
I've reviewed this park before and we just stayed 3 nights again. This is a very nice Park, big sites, lots of shade, good power and water, friendly staff. The had an ice cream social last night. Yummy ice cream, $2 a scoop. Very kid friendly pool and play ground, bikes for rent. The deluxe back in sites along the river are lovely. My only 2 criticisms are slow WiFi and not much for sale in the store for groceries, beer and wine. Best to get that stuff in Livingston as this park is 10 miles south of town. We will return here again. - Islandgirllil
Nov 2016 - $45.00
Very nice RV park.
Owners were very friendly and took us to our site. The sites were nicely spaced and plenty long enough for our 37 ft plus truck.
Did not use facility as it was just an over night stop.
One caution when turning off of the main road onto the road to the park is very narrow. Just be sure no one is comic out before entering.
Easy access in and out. - lovingit
Sep 2016 - $45.00
The road to the park is tight with a tight right hand turn into the park. You will have to unhook your tow vehicle while navigating inside the rv park.
If you are looking for a passive aggressive park with a lot of rules. This is the place for you! After checking in and listening to ALL the "do not" rules we were led to our pull through spot by the rules infraction sheriff. He watched from his golf cart as I hooked up and set up our motorhome to ensure I was not breaking any of their rules that I was informed of just minutes ago...twice!!
After setting up and passing inspection (sarcasm), my 3 teenage sons proceeded to ride their bikes to checkout the park. i.e bathrooms, trash and showers. They were quickly shouted at, from another rules deputy, that if they wanted to ride their bikes to go ride them ON THE ROAD. They were not allowed to ride the in the rv park. Seriously?!?
I could go on with more rule infractions such as not parking straight enough, trash must be in a approved container, and please don't set anything on the grass; but I think you get the picture. - Familyfulltimerv
Sep 2016 - $41.00
Osens RV Park & Campground less than a mile south off I90. By far our cleanest experience in RV Parking. We read one negative before calling this Park. They claimed the road in was too narrow for big rigs. Merrill Ave access; for the first 100yds is two lanes but narrows to one lane. Two units can not pass each other for the second 100yds to the Park entrance. We stopped short of the second 100yds, looked and waited - no traffic so moved onto the entrance. What a surprise, clean, neat, more than well kept. Then we called while on the road they only had one space available, a back-in. We wanted a pull-thru for trailering our MC but none available so we gave it a try. Off loaded the bike, owner directed the back-in; sites have great angle for backing 42' of class C and trailer. Ample parking to keep bike close to the RV. We thought we would be disappointed but as stated - greatly surprised and pleased with our stay. Great folks at check in. I visited the bath house; 6 single lockable units with individual toilet, sink and shower. Clean as a pin. This place was full the entire weekend. - JHawthorne
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
Sep 2016 - $50.00
This is a very well maintained campground, with friendly and helpful staff at check in, we also had a friendly escort take us to our site. Interior roads are gravel and big rig access was fine. Our gravel pad was a long, level and spacious pull through, with plenty of space for our towed. Privacy between sites, shade trees, grass and a picnic table. There was some road noise during the day, but it was quiet at night. This campground runs alongside the Yellowstone River, so we had wonderful views of the river and the mountains from our RV. The bathrooms were modern and beyond spotless, and the laundry was spotless too and well equipped with four washers, four dryers, ironing board and plenty of hanging and folding space! Very pet friendly with a lovely dog walk by the river and plenty of pick up bags and disposal station. Wifi was average and AT&T signal was poor. We did not unhook our towed so local amenities were not used. We would stay here again, pride of ownership is obvious from the second you check in, and we can see why they have a very loyal following year after year. - tobyjug
Sep 2016 - $50.00
The staff was very nice. The park was clean and well maintained. Our gravel spot was big enough for our 45', tow car did not fit on site well, but it was not an issues sticking out a bit.
Sits along the main road but not too much traffic noise. The river along the park was nice with a short walking trail.
Verizon was pretty good, WiFi was workable. - Karens BAM
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Very nice park 35 miles from northern entrance to Yellowstone NP. We stayed here a week in a 42' 5th wheel. Park has dirt interior roads but decent pull-through sites with grassy areas in between and good Wifi. No issues with the electric and nice screw-in threads on the sewer connection.
There is no pool or hot tub, but there are nightly campfires and a nice rec room. The people were very nice and all hook-ups were good. There is no cable TV nor over the air channels to receive. The Yellowstone River backs up to the park with nice benches to sit on as the river flows by. Probably the nicest RV Park this close to the Yellowstone NP. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Sep 2016 - $52.00
Stayed for 1 night, nice campground with lots of trees. When I checked in they stated I would need to drop my 12' trailer as it wouldn't fit in the site. But when I got to the site there was room to stay connected as well as squeeze our jeep into the drive site. - FOSJ
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This is an older park, with sites pretty close together and a bit worn down. The person that greeted us was very friendly and the store was decently stocked for a camp store. This is a great place for an overnight stay, but I don't think the train whistles would let me stay more than a night.
This is kind of a hard place to find, we drove right past it, circled four miles around to the exact same spot until we noticed a tiny little sign for the camp.
I saw some pretty decent sized rigs here so I think that even though the spots are close together, they are more than accommodating length-wise. A little tight getting in and out of the spots, but nothing too bad.
The trains are really the main detractor from this, but you can't get away from them at any of the Bozeman RV parks from what I understand, so apparently this is the best you will get. The trains run pretty much all day and a good part of the night and it's pretty close to the camp.
I saw plenty of people that seem to either live here or have camped for a good while (our neighbor had been there a couple weeks), so those trains don't bother everyone.
Honestly the only really "bad" thing about this place is the trains. When reviewing a camp site I take into account how "nice" a place is to stay as well as everything else, the trains make this a bit less "nicer" than other places, but doesn't mean the campground itself is bad.
I do, however, think that $45 per night for full hookups at this particular spot was pretty high. - CORockies
Aug 2016 - $38.00
Gravel roads and sites. Our site was sloped and situated next to a big spruce, so we had to maneuver the rig to get satellite access. Power was situated well forward and sewer all the way at the back, so it was a bit tricky. Good water pressure. Two bars signal strength on the wifi, so when we could log in, it was unusable. Our hotspot worked fine. - The Hilts
Oct 2016 - $42.00
This is our second time staying here. The park is conveniently located off the I-90, and has minimal freeway noise. Trains run past the park throughput the night, blowing their horn, this certainly can and does wake one up. The park is looked after by the owners quite well. Good interior roads, well maintained with gravel, sites are level. Dogs are welcomed and have plenty of area to potty. Bathrooms and showers are bright and very clean. - Dksnapshots
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We stayed one night on the way to Yellowstone NP. The staff was very friendly and showed us to our site after getting registered. The sites are gravel but were level front to back and side to side. The park was full because of a college football game the next day. The sites are a little close together but there was enough room for a picnic table. All of the utilities worked. The wifi was adequate but a little slow. - Cardinal owner
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We stayed here for 4 nights in September of 2016. I have never stayed at an RV park, where we were so close to another RV. The sites are front to back, and you share a strip of weeds, with 2 picnic tables. The people next to us on one side, had to back up because there slide almost hit ours. This made for no privacy, and you didn't want to sit outside at all. This is not even good for a one night stay. I would like to mention the girl in the office was extremely nice. - Humble