10 Parks near Missoula, Montana
Sep 2016 - $50.00
This park seems well managed and maintained. We opted for a deluxe pull thru site which is essentially two older sites made into one that gives you an extra space to park your toad or tow vehicle. The driveway are paved and easy to navigate. The pad is gravel with grass, a picnic table and fire ring. The utilities were convenient and worked well. The WiFi is the best we have experienced to date. We are able to not only able to do email but we could also watch short videos if we wanted. The staff is helpful and friendly. - 2WArvers
Sep 2016 - $62.00
This KOA is one of the best parks we've stayed in. Friendly staff, clean bathrooms and laundry. They offer a full breakfast buffet each morning and ice cream in the evening, in season. Our site was a deluxe with ample space for our motorhome and tow. All utilities worked well. Park is located near shopping and restaurants. The grounds crew here deserves recognition, flowers every where, beautiful grounds. Well done, thank you for a great stay. - LarryB
Sep 2016 - $62.00
Very clean, well-manicured, well-staffed, everyone was very friendly and helpful. Great playground for the kids and free pony rides on Fridays in summer. We got the deluxe site which includes a separate parking space for your vehicle and a grassy area with picnic table and fire ring in between. This KOA is tucked away off the main drag in a quiet area with lots of big trees. Showers and bathrooms were very clean, wifi connection was good. Would stay here again. - Sasquatch2
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is an OK park. We found it a bit cramped and the facilities seemed dated. There are definitely nicer campgrounds here but this one was fine for an overnight stop. Utilities all worked well although the placement of the sewer at the far rear edge of the site was very odd. We had planned to stay hooked up for the night but the site had too much uphill slope so had to disconnect the truck from the fifth wheel. - Tech5709
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We stayed on the dry camps as the place was full. It is just a field without anything at all. Used the showers and the laundry both were clean. Dump station is in a poor location, interferes with traffic in the
park, but it did work well. - Brian & Corky
Jul 2016 - $25.00
We showed up without reservations but they did find a place for us in an overflow field, which was nice of them. However, this field and only one gate to get in and out and the RV park had trailers and other vehicles and equipment parked in the way inside this area and people were having a terrible time getting out the next morning.....there was no system at all for parking in that area, everyone one on their own and that part was a mess....we were tired and it was a place to park for the night. There was no power available in the overflow area. - Butch and Deb
Sep 2016 - $35.00
OK park, rating it as average because nothing stands out to me. Spaces not to tight but close to each other, sites were level and ez to get to. Large truck stop at exits to fuel up. (not so close to create noise) Would stay here again but probably as a one night stay. - abqnm
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Jim and Mary's is a great RV site, with a few minor exceptions. This site is exceptionally well maintained, groomed and landscaped. The grass is actually green and taken care of, the flowers are nicely planted and kept up and the trees are mature. The spots are pretty level and it's a nice park.
Despite some negative reviews about the staff, our only interaction with them was nice, they were friendly and accommodating. We couldn't get the cable to work so I cannot comment about that.
The Wi-Fi is pretty much atrocious. If you have any hopes of getting online then use your own hotspots or cell phone. Remember dial-up? Divide that by 4.
This RV park isn't perfect but it's better than most. There are a few exceptions that cause me to rate it lower than 5 stars.
During the day the park is so quiet you wonder if anyone is even there! We stayed two nights, on the first night a train came through pretty close by at about 11:45PM, blowing it's whistle repeatedly. On the first morning about 4:30AM the train ran through again, waking us up. The second morning the train ran about 4:00AM and then again about 6:00AM and the trash pickup about 6:30AM.
If I were rating this on the park, the staff, the grounds and the general daytime experience of our stay it would be 5 stars! But the regular "wake up calls" force me to rate it a bit lower than that.
The moral of the review is that this is a really nice park, one of the nicer parks we have stayed at, but bring earplugs for sleeping. - CORockies
Sep 2016 - $39.00
Access good. Interior roads paved and sites gravel. Sites are level or close to level. Note that if you are towing, and if you pull forward to clear the road, you may need an extension on your electrical cord or hose. So when you park, look at where the pedestal is at the back of the site. Utilities were good except for the cable.
If you want to use a satellite, get a site on the outer south side loop. Grounds are beautiful with flowers everywhere. Staff was helpful and friendly. Note that you need a reservation here since it is usually filled up by mid afternoon. You can hear a train in the distance, but it is not an issue. There is no real road noise. No off leash dog area, but plenty of areas to walk the dogs. We really like this place. - okdiver
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We stayed in a spot in rear of campground next to creek. It was nice and fairly quiet. Roads were in bad shape and big ruts. Considering the location and available CG's this place worked for us. It's pretty rustic. - mcomeaux
Jun 2016 - $25.00
This park is located on a site that is beautiful. It has large boulders, small stream flowing alongside the park, sites are large, easy access. WIFI is acceptable. No ATT phone or TV. Entry roads are lightly gravel with deep ruts, and muddy areas. Sites are grass to dirt and could be messy with rain.
Problem with the park is that they have a junk school bus in the middle of the property that is trashy, and another old trailer that looks like something out of "Breaking Bad." We had no problems there and the two ladies were very nice, but the junk was awful. - johnmack
Jul 2015 - $42.00
Beautiful mountain setting, easy access to highway. Cabins clean, restrooms have fallen into disrepair but are on a comeback. Clean stream and plenty of hiking. Campground employees seemed on drugs & a bit sketchy, all were new or near new. - welldgeo
Aug 2016 - $36.00
As others have said it's a nice campground. Quiet sites well spaced.
EXCEPT for the dust! When the wind blows the dust flows. When some drives through the dust flows. If you like to clean dust off everything this is the place.
Forget about satellite, and AT&T service is almost nonexistent. - traveler1952
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here twice going to and from Glacier National Park. Both stays were great. Lots of trees with good cable TV and Verizon cell service. Friendly staff. On our second stay I forgot my surge protector, I called them and they went and found it for me. He was great to work with and is sending it to me UPS. Can't thank him enough. Really enjoyed this park and highly recommend it.
Sewer at some sites, we were just overnighting so had a good drive through spot without sewer. Handy dump station if you need it. - JAW
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This is a very nice and peaceful park. Service is excellent. There is plenty of room to walk with or without your dog. Some sites have view of Lolo Creek. We will definitely stay here again and highly recommend it to our friends! Only draw-back for me was laundry area has only 3 cold water washers and no dryers but there are lines to hang your clothes. I went into Missoula to a laundry-mat and the found one right in Lolo. - FT Rver
Sep 2016 - $33.00
We stayed at the Turah RV Park overnight after leaving Yellowstone NP. It's an easy on and off I-90. The park offers a very well stocked grocery store. Our site was a long pull thru which allowed us to keep the truck hooked up to the trailer. The sites are gravel and the roads are asphalt. The interior roads are easily navigated. There are many older apparently seasonal RVs in the park. The park could use a bit more maintenance, especially litter clean-up. There were some tripping hazards on our site - holes and filled in fire rings of which to be aware. However, that being said, the park met our needs for location and easy access. - 15243
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Sites are long but very narrow. The 50 amp electric was good. Wifi OK. We had a good site, quiet. The park is close to Missoula. Most of the campers are long term, living in very old, run-down RVs, lots of junk around. Although it worked well for us, wouldn't return. - John and Carol
Aug 2016 - $30.00
First time in 15 years of fulltiming that I have been given a Veterans discount, $5 at that. 50 amp water sewer all good and convenient to each other, Wifi did not connect. AT&T woked fine. This is basically a park for regulars with several sites for travelers. It is convenient to Missoula. The lady at check in was very nice. There is a small store on site. We stayed here in a 40 ft motorhome and would return. - walt66
Jun 2016 - $27.00
This was a one night stay. Spaces are close to each other we stayed in the back loop close to the water. No sewer hook up but they do have a station.
It was quiet for most part my wife heard live music at times from across the street. The restroom and showers need attention. Not bad for the money but needs attention. - mcomeaux
Aug 2011 - $10.00
This is a Forest Service campground. Very nice paved access roads and about 10 pull through sites. Tables and fire rings at most sites. Quiet but immediately adjacent to the Lolo Pass Highway 12. 15 miles west of Lolo. Nothing fancy but a great outdoor experience. You need to be self contained but there are pit toilets and water spigots available. - rncordy
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The best way to summarize this campground is "funky." The full-hookup sites are in an open field and close together. They look to be mostly long-term stays. We chose to stay in the electric/water sites that are not as closely spaced. There is a dump station. About five of these sites are in the open with 30 amp electric. Most are in a wooded area with very unlevel sites with only 20 amp service. You check in at the restaurant. The ladies there were very nice but had no clue of 20 versus 30 amp power. We made reservations, but that was not really necessary, as there were many spaces available. Since we were in the field area, we were able to get satellite with our roof-top dish. Verizon signal was amazingly strong and fast. They do have Internet that was intermediate, sometimes fast and sometimes off. It is far enough away from the Interstate that there was not a lot of traffic noise, but there are train tracks with some train noise, but not bad. Overall it was a pretty quiet, restful stay. This was an OK place to spend the night, but we might try someplace closer in to Missoula. - TheJim
Jul 2012 - $29.00
What a disappointment this park was for us. Check in was awkward as the waitress in the restaurant had to check us in. There are no rules in this park, and no one onsite to assist when people get loud at night. There are no real RV sites. Everyone just parks helter skelter because it is a big meadow with only grass sites. If you are lucky the people who pull in next to you will give you room to walk beside your RV. You can only run one a/c even when it is 100° outside. They do not disclose this fact when you make reservations, or even when you check in. They inform you after you have paid and are connected. Being assured we could use our satellite in the spot we were assigned, turned out to be incorrect. The people next to us were in the same situation. There is no cable, so if you enjoy hearing what's happening in the world, don't stay here. We ate at the restaurant once and it was so bad we never went back. On a positive note, the hummingbirds are fun to watch. We pray that we will never, ever have to even think about staying here again. - hcrv11
Jun 2012 - $26.00
Very peaceful and quiet place to stay. Owners very friendly. Restrooms, showers and laundry room are clean. Restaurant meals are excellent. We stayed here for a month so rate was cheaper. Would stay here again. - stella fouche
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Beautiful site. Will stay there again. Make sure to reserve. Beautiful treed lot. - Bev L
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Had called ahead for reservation. Requested pull-thru, 50 amp full hookup. Told no problem, last one available. Well, checked in at restaurant and was told our site was 30 amp with water and electric only. Not what we requested but just one night so no big deal. Then to try and maneuver our 40' motor coach through campground and around other campers and trees -not happening. Ended up backing into site after unhooking tow vehicle. Not ideal but worked. Restaurant on site was awesome and the river was pretty but a lot of noise from I-90 on one side and trains on the other. - Dedra C
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Nice setting, fair amount of traffic noise from train and I90. Sites 11/12 share a sewer connection and have a drop off at the front and back that might make leveling a problem. Sites are tight for larger rigs, and the ones nearer the restaurant are a bit more spacious. Restaurant was very good, service was good as well. - grandma camps
Jul 2016 - $24.00
We arrived on a Thursday without reservations. There were several sites available that would accommodate our 38 foot motorhome. We used a back in that was stated as 25 foot. Had plenty of room for toad also in great site by the river. All sites are electric, level, gravel, some shade, half big rig usable, basically quiet except for occasional train nearby. Enjoyed the setting, helpful host, proximity to Missoula, mile trail and river to float. No dump available and limited water. Overall, a pleasant experience! See why the locals love this park. Check website for availability and there are six walk up sites but once there, occupant can use for 14 days. - RJourney
Aug 2014 - $25.00
Beavertail Hill is a small campground on the banks of the Clark Fork River. They have several pull-through sites which can accommodate larger RVs. The back-in sites are rather short. It’s best to check the park’s reservation system to insure there is a site big enough for your rig. Avoid site 6 (our site) if you can. It is located next to the comfort station. The fire ring and picnic table, which can’t be moved, are right on the path leading to the restroom. Everyone going to/from the comfort station passes you while you are eating or enjoying your campfire. The caretaker is very friendly and helpful, which is a plus. The main activity here is floating the river. - Bobbi1948
Aug 2013 - $28.00
The camp host was very pleasant and friendly. This was your basic "stop, sleep, and go" type of campground. At $28 it was too pricy for what you received--electric only. There was potable water available at spigots at various sites around the park and vault toilets. You are right next to the train tracks and interstate. Lots of noise. Keep the AC cranked up to drown out the noise. Don't plan on coming back. - IllinoisFlatlander