Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $36.00
The town of Three Forks only has two RV Parks. The other park has 10 sites all being occupied by long term workers.
The interior roads and sites were on packed gravel. Almost all of the sites were pull-thrus. There were about 15 sites that had FHU the rest had E/W. There is a dump station on site. All of the sites had 20/30 amp service. The voltage was a little low - hovering about 119. Few air conditioners were being used during our stay.
The sewer connections were situated way in the back of the site. Most rigs would require 20+ feet of hose to connect. The electrical box and water were on the appropriate side. The sites were not level and the trees needed to be pruned.
The bathroom and showers were clean and usable. Wi-Fi was available but we did not use them. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well within the campground. There were 3 washers ($2) and 3 dryers ($0.25 for 10 minutes).
We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $38.00
An oasis of a park, nestled in trees and beautiful grounds. No discounts offered. Strong wi-fi, but could use more laundry space for this size of campground. Lovely dog walking areas, level and spacious gravel sites, easy access to IH90. Clean and modern bath/showers. Quiet and peaceful. Would come again if traveling this way. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Travel Trailer.
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Don't miss: Wheat-Montana Farms & Bakery, Three Forks, MT
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $24.00
Lovely park with lots of shade and grass areas. Peaceful at times however nearby dogs barked a lot. Also couldn't understand why campfires were allowed when the Montana sky was a blanket of smoke due to NW fires. Decent wifi and good cell service with verizon. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $34.00
Quiet park, ok wi.fi. no t.v. available. Staff helpfull. Other than that park had little to offer. We had a pull through site that was far from level, needed lots of blocks to level. Claim big rig sites, not so! Tight turns and tree limbs that will damage your paint work. I have a large scrape down the side of my coach as proof. Site over run by wasps, made sitting outside impossible. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is very clean, quiet, and nestled in the trees. All sites have grass and picnic tables. The sites are gravel and the majority are pull through. Plenty of tent sites on grass areas, and they have small cabins to rent as well. They are pet friendly and have a few dog walk areas. There is a playground for kids. Hosts are very friendly, helpful, and supportive. There is a little store for souvenirs and a small lounge area. They sell hand scooped ice cream there, too. Laundry is $2 to wash and $1 to dry. We really enjoyed our stay here. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Motorhome.
Tips for other Campers:
The campground is located about 13 miles form Lewis and Clark State Park where you can tour the caverns, and it is very close to the town of Three Forks if you need supplies or services.
Stayed here while visiting Missouri Headwaters SP. Spacious pads, beautiful camp with lots of mature trees. Friendly staff, lots of birds in the campground. Don't miss the breads and pastries at Wheat Montana bakery in Three Forks. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
We had planned to stop in Bozeman but the park we planned to go to was full so we headed about 35 miles up the road. Camp 3 Forks a very nice small park of about 90 sites, roomy 30 amp. We have a w/e site. Gravel sites, nice grass all around, very clean park. Good Wi-Fi, no cable, but we got about 20 channels on regular TV. They also have full hookup sites. We would stay here again. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $41.00
This is a very beautiful park with large grassy sites and nice mature trees. The roads are all good gravel and the sites are gravel though not very level. It rained a lot when we were there and there was no mud at all. It is easy to get around, the staff is helpful and the Wi-Fi worked fine. There is no cable and no local TV. We were very disappointed to find out that the laundromat was closed. We had to go to the Pilot Gas Station to do our laundry. The office does not open until 1:00 PM, which made it hard to make adjustments or shop in the store. This is a great location to explore the area. I don’t think I would go back because of the hours, no cable, only 30 amp power and no laundry. That seems like a lot missing for the money spent. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is convenient to I90. We were returning from the Grand Tetons enroute to Washington, so it was a good stop. The gravel sites are easily leveled. 30 amp service, water and sewer worked well. There is no cable, wifi worked well. There are nice shade trees throughout the park. The owner obviously puts a great deal of effort into maintaining the green landscape. We would stay here again if passing through the area. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Fifth Wheel.
Liked this pretty, grassy, clean campground because we were in a quiet spot with lots of shade and no nearby neighbors. Hate to give it a low rating, but there were swarms of mosquitoes and no cable or 50A service to justify the price. Somewhat level sites; some are near a noisy road. Website says they have 65 63' long sites, but most are shorter. Despite being fairly empty, they put our 35' fifth wheel + 22' truck in a 45' spot. But they let us park the truck in the next (even shorter) site, so it wasn't a problem. Would definitely stay again. Check out the nearby bakery - yum! We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was a wonderful surprise! It was very easy to locate and the perfect distance from the interstate--no noise, but not too far as to be inconvenient. Sites were a little bit closer than would be my ideal, but it was OK. Our 43 ft motorhome and unhooked toad just barely fit into the site we chose (lengthwise). Large dog exercise area and the loop around the park was perfect for walking the dog and enjoying the views. Cute barn with a sign regarding "feeding the horses" and chickens running around the barnyard. This might not be for everyone, but we thoroughly enjoyed it and would make an effort to stop here again! We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $41.00
I actually liked this place and would stay again, lots of trees and shade and a fair amount of grass. Just little charm to the place. I was appalled that they burn cardboard on-site. The roads are all graveled. Site levelness varies a lot. The Wi-Fi worked fine, electric varied a lot. The office and store sure could use some updating, but it works. The bike paths north and south of Three Forks were great fun. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $25.00
Very nice campground, even had small log cabins available. Close to the very good bakery across the freeway in Wheat, close to the town of Three Forks, where they had an old hotel that had been renovated, a small museum among other things. The campground was very well kept up, quiet, lots of trees and shower facilities were very good. We would definitely make a point to stay there again. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Travel Trailer.
This is a pretty park with easy access of the highway. Each site had a grassy area and the facilities (bathrooms and laundry) were clean. The downfalls for us were: non working pool, non working Wi-Fi and they charge extra for children but not our dogs. I would stay here again for an overnighter. We camped at Camp Three Forks in a Motorhome.