4 Parks near Missoula, Montana
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
Aug 2013 - $28.00
This is a smaller state park on a small river in the mountains. The camp hosts were friendly. There are campfire rings and picnic tables. There is a short hiking trail and several river accesses. There are about 6 sites that are suitable for big rigs. All sites have electric but no water or sewer. There are no showers, so I had to swim in the river. There are several first come first serve sites, and the rest can be reserved. You self register if you don't have reservations. We saw deer in the park. - pawatt
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Very nice park - a little older than some - but very pretty with lots of flowers and lots of trees for shade. A bigger rig could have trouble with a slide out or an awning - we could not have put our awning out because of the trees but it was plenty shady enough. Easy back in site for us - they have some pull-through sites too.
Kinda close to highway 93 but didn't notice too much traffic noise. Although there was a train that did make quite a bit of noise in the morning on the tracks above and nearby.
Very nice management easy reservation on the phone or you can request online and wait for an answer by email. We called. Sites are level gravel with grass in between and picnic tables. Cable was good and so was the Wi-Fi although the park wasn't full so the Wi-Fi may slow down with more users.
Restrooms/showers were clean and well maintained. Cute little store with some essentials and gifts. We would stay here again. - NiMo
Sep 2015 - $38.00
This was our third visit to Jim and Mary's. Happily, the high quality in facilities and service remain the same. Clean, well maintained, very nicely landscaped. Super friendly and efficient staff. Access roads plenty wide with no turning issues. Sites mostly level (we made slight adjustment), plenty long and wide. Utilities were excellent and well placed. Picnic table at site. Grass and ample space between sites. Bathrooms/showers clean as was the laundry room. There are other RV parks in Missoula but this is the only one I would plan on using again for future visits. - whodat
Sep 2015 - $38.00
We stayed here because of the great reviews about the park. The people from the time we made our reservations, checking in, to the staff working in all the flower gardens were helpful and friendly. As others have said lots of mature trees, lots of flowers and well maintained. The sites are gravel, nice and wide and easy to back our 5th wheel in.
Water pressure at our site was a bit low, so we just filled our water tank and used the pump, nothing we haven't done before. We were only going to stay one night but stayed two. - Traveler II
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Clean park, leval and spacious sites. Friendly staff. Price is a bit steep compared to non-KOA parks. WIFI and Cable good. - traveling
Aug 2015 - $53.00
Very nice KOA. Huge. Our site was level and had grass around it. Level and good placement of hookups. WiFi worked well. Lots of activities if you wanted them. Breakfast served daily. Excellent cable and WiFi. You could walk to shopping and food. Did not like the first site they assigned me and they willingly changed it. Very busy place, but good overnight on our way east. - Bud in Florida
Aug 2015 - $59.00
Very large campground with cabins, well maintained convenient to shopping and attractions. Has a pool, hot tub, bike rentals and 24 hour laundry. The only negative thing we have is about their 3:00 PM check-in. Even though our site was not occupied we were told "we should not have arrived early and it is an inconvenient for them" for this reason I would not return although this park. - Ruffin It
Sep 2015 - $40.00
This park will work for an overnight stay if you are passing through and if the park is almost empty. The internet was almost nil and the gravel sites were pretty short. This is an older park and is really not equipped to handle the big rigs. We stayed here in a 45' motorhome. We called the RV park across the street and it was sold out while this park only had a few campers. We would not stay here again. - travelingpeople
Sep 2015 - $47.00
We stay here one night on our way back to Washington. The park is fairly clean, the staff is friendly and helpful and the utilities work pretty well, some of the cable channels were a little fuzzy and the WiFi was okay for email but not for Facebook. This park is very convenient to the freeway and quiet at night. - 2WArvers
Sep 2015 - $47.00
Another overnight stay on the road. Very clean and nicely maintained campground. Much better that most of the typical "Highway" parks we use for overnight stops. Good site space and very nice facilities. We will stop here again if we need an overnight along the road. May even consider this for a few nights since there are some activities in the area. - MikeP