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8 RV Parks near Red Lodge, Montana
Jun 2017 - $10.00
Great Forest Service Campground. Quiet, beautiful, tremendous access to forest and Red Lodge, and a great base for exploring this region. Typical Forest Service campground with great spacing and basic service. - jclifton
Jul 2016 - $15.00
Stayed here in a 34 foot TT, just enough room for truck and camper. Great campground: small, quiet located on a little creek. Sites are semi private, some more than others. Not to big of a climb to get to it. Would stay here again for sure. - Campingwi
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Great National Forest campground. All back-in sites except for one, which is barely off the road (best used by a tent trailer). Camped here is a 25' travel trailer with a slide out. Nicely paved and level sites. Some a couple of decent sized fifth wheels here. Very beautiful and quiet. Easy access to Red Lodge and the Beartooth Highway. - jclifton
Jun 2018 - $38.00
Great Location for exploring the nearby woods and the Beartooth Highway! I wish the showers would have been cleaned more often and better....same litter on the shower floor the whole time we were there. Cash or check only for the campground. We stayed up top and had a terrific view and a beautiful green lawn to enjoy! The creek sites seemed crowded and mostly dirt. - Blowfishqueen
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Paved entry, gravel interior roads & sites. We stayed at Perry's in our 43' Class A motorhome. Sites near the office are large enough for a Class A, & include water, elec. There is a dump station that is easy to pull along side. Campsites are narrow with picnic tables. There is 1 washer/1 dryer in the office. Restrooms are clean & there are some port-a-potties through the campground. The riverside sites are rustic, mostly dirt or gravel. A narrow road leads down to the riverside sites. Highway noise is not a problem. There is very little traffic after dark. Bears may enter the park, be cautious. - 2SimsNanRV
Sep 2017 - $35.00
We were in the lower section along the Rock Creek. All of the sites along the creek are lovely. The owners are very layed back and friendly. Cash or checks only, no credit cards - Discus 277
Jul 2018 - $48.00
First, be VERY CAREFUL pulling into their driveway if you are coming from the south. There is a very deep (3-4') ditch with concrete around it and the grass is grown up around it and in it so you don't see it. They are on a 2 lane, 70 mph road (212) and only have one sign on the highway right at their entrance. We had a semi behind us and ended up swinging a little too narrow so our RV went into that ditch! Our RV tipped sideways and we were able to put it into 4wd and slowly get out of the ditch (we were not in the deepest part) However, it crumpled the bed of our 2018 F350, and also took some of the fiberglass off the RV and ruined the electric jack in the rear and took off some trim, etc). Anyways, now to the review of the park itself...it needs mowing everywhere, and considering this is the big week of the Beartooth Rally, it surprised me that it hadn't been cleaned up. We had a 50 amp, water site only because they are totally booked up. You have to drive over a small bridge with trees hanging down on both sides, which need to be trimmed. I mentioned to the owner twice about weedeating her entryway and it still hasn't been done. No over the air channels or cable, but satellite worked well. Wifi was iffy, and I had to go to the office to connect the first time, then it was spotty back at our site. I wouldn't say not to come here because the campground is okay, just a bad experience for us. - Ginny H
Jul 2018 - $51.00
We stayed here twice within a short period of time. We only stayed the second time because it is the only campground around with sewer. Easy to find. Not easy for big rigs to navigate. The campground is dirty and dusty. The site was dirt and rocks. Wifi is nonexistent and they know it. There was no wifi at either of the two sites we had. It is completely dishonest for them to advertise that they have wifi. There is no cable and we could not get any ota channels. Traffic noise is disturbing. The water connection was difficult and needs replacing. Additionally the water pressure is low. The cost of this KOA is ridiculously high for what you get. This is the worst KOA at which I have ever stayed and it should not be part of their system. I will never stay there again. - FSUWizard
Jul 2018 - $44.00
Pros: The week end after the 4th of July, I made reservations 2 weeks earlier and was fortunate I could get in. (I tried another RV park first which I preferred, but they were booked.) When I arrived they assigned me to a site that was too short for my RV and toad and only had 30 amp. I noticed that the site next to it was longer and had 50 amp which I had asked for. They switched me with someone that had been assigned to it which turned out to be a 20' trailer that only required 30 amp so it worked for both of us.
Cons: Poor placement of RVs for fitting sites, but they were at least accommodating. When I went to turn on the water, it sprayed all over from the packing not on the hose bib. I went to the office and told the staff member (after she was done texting). I offered to put my y-splitter on the next unoccupied site hose connection, and get out my longer hose to hook us up. Unfortunately when I opened the valve, it also sprayed out the packing nut on the hose bib. Both of them had been tighten as far as was possible, so the person that pulled in later, and I both filled our tanks, shut the valves and used our pumps. I also told the maintenance man about the problem but it was never fixed before I left.
Did I mention there was no sewer at my site. The voltage dropped below 108 and my EMS cut us off to protect our electrical system. It came back up to 109 so we were able to use only one air conditioner again. The next day when many pulled out, the voltage came up to 117. I believe their wiring is old and undersized for the amount of RVs connected. The wifi worked intermittently.
We were not here for the RV park, but to drive and admire the beautiful views of the Beartooth Hwy. We were not disappointed . We spent 3days driving and viewing the scenery. It was magnificent. - JAWS
Jun 2017 - $24.00
Stayed for a week in June it was packed during the weekend and pretty much empty during the week. There is no cell phone (unless you have a booster) and no wi-fi. The place was clean and the people friendly. The gravel pad was mostly level. - Wandering With Us
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Nice park if you like HOT, no shade, silty lake, no showers, no dump station. Scenery great but only hookup available is electric and only on some sites. Outhouses stink bad. Wayyyyyy too hot for July and August!! Watch out for wind in afternoon. Blew our attached shade tent down, broke tension strap hooks and bent poles in half. Would only come here again if temps fall below 80. - PodnUs
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Understand what this place is - it's a state park that is "off the beaten path". I stayed at a non-electric site and tested out my new solar panels. During the week after Labor Day, it was very quiet.
The water front sites are truly water front (I stayed in Marshalls Cove) - a great place to bring a Kayak. There are also electric sites available. You will need to drive about 1 mile on a gravel, wash boarded road to get to Marshalls Cove. Longer if you want to get to the other campgrounds that comprise Cooney Dam Reservior. The place has a spirit of adventure about it. Phone service is limited to Fisherman's point - about 1 mile from Marshalls Cove. - alansills
Jul 2009 - $9.00
This is a primitive Forest Service campground. It was relatively clean and the site we chose was nice and level. Some improvements could be made to some of the camp spots like filling in pot holes and mud holes. When we stayed there were no fire restrictions in place, but as this is a National Forest, one should always check before starting a campfire. This is also an area that is quite popular on weekends, so go early if you want to get a good spot. We will camp here again. - MT woodworker
Oct 2017 - $8.00
An absolutely stunning high-elevation (9,000 feet asl) campground that is only open a few weeks each year. Short gravel road off of a paved highway. You must come in from Wyoming side; long vehicles are forbidden on Beartooth Pass (i.e., coming from Montana) which is a few miles farther up the road. There will be a warning sign at the highway junction but you can get to this lake, and the next campground (Island Lake) just fine. Water is from a hand pump. Scenery to die for, which you might if you didn't bring bear spray (available at Top Of The World store a couple miles up the road). Fills up quickly; get here on a Monday. I would stay here again in a heartbeat. - Old Mountain Man