8 RV Parks near Troy, Montana
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Nice location in the woods, lovely walk to the ricer with great views. This place is probably the ultimate example of how you can keep old facilities perfectly maintained and clean, really impressive. - Tobi
Sep 2016 - $35.00
This is a small park right off the highway so very convenient. The road and train noise were noticeable during the day however seemed to end about bedtime. The park was built in the fifties which might explain the less than optimally placed utilities. Other reviewers mentioned the restrooms but try as I might I was never able to find the the door unlocked. This was idle curiosity for me but for some campers it could be an issue, especially since there were only three other campers in the park. Restroom access is important! There are a few sites for big rigs but most are sized for smaller rigs. Again, typical with an older park. It is a very pleasant park and worked well for our overnight stay. Verizon phone worked well but 3G. - PBuds
Jul 2016 - $26.00
This is a well used former KOA campground in a lovely setting. 30 AMP only. FHU no cable and the satellite was difficult because of the trees, but we got some stations on DISH. The wifi was very good where we were located. The owner is very nice and walks you to your site prior to you checking in. Looks like good fishing on the river, but no swimming. There was train and road noise, but it always quieted down at night so did not bother us. Even though it is a basic park, we would have no problem staying there again if in the area. - california traveler
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This is a great little park with great hosts. Clean, big sites and facilities. Nice place for rest as it is quiet. Trees and wildlife and cable. Good value for the money. Would definitely recommend. - Sharon Wimer
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Nice long pull-thru sites with good grass, shade and picnic table. Our site was a little uneven which caused the steps to be higher than normal causing us to use a portable step. Friendly staff. This is a nice park to stay at while visiting the area. We stayed here based on a recommendation from someone else we met in another campground and would stay here again. Generous space between sites. - cwousa
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Nice shady, well maintained RV park on the west side of Libby, MT. Run by workampers who were friendly, but a bit lacking on hospitality industry norms (a bit pushy & opinionated). Kind of feels like a nice state park with layout of curvy roads, shade, and more spacious than many private parks tend to be. Communal fire pit with wood provided. Cable TV hookup. The five bucks extra for a creek view is not much of a creek, but the flowing water sound was soothing. This is a really nice park, highly recommend. - Stax
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This is a basic campground, good for an overnight or for a few days.
The entrance road is concrete and full of potholes. The interior roads are on crushed rock and the sites are on a combination of grass and rocks. The sites are uneven, making it a little difficult to level. The pull-through sites were big rig friendly.
The utilities were on the appropriate side. All of the sites had full hookups, with back-in sites around the perimeter and pull-through sites in the center. There was 20/30/50 amp service and the voltage was good, hovering around 118 volts. All sites had a picnic table.
The bathrooms were clean but very dated. There were two showers per gender. Wi-Fi was available but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone worked well here. There was (1) washer and (1) dryer in the ladies room costing $2 each. Pay at the front desk.
There was some train noise at night.
We would come back to this campground if we were in the area. We stayed at this campground with a 32 foot RV. - adsaxs
May 2015 - $30.00
We traveled to Montana for my birthday and found this RV Park. What an excellent choice!! Very clean, quiet and beautiful. The thunder and lighting show was a bonus! The staff was very helpful and courteous. Other campers also had pets and were respectful of the grounds and each campsite. Hope to travel there again, we will surely stay there again. Thank you. - susan w
Aug 2014 - $25.00
This is a great little park with a friendly and helpful staff. It is quiet, with great wifi, cable and level gravel pads. Pulled in and loved it here for two days, would definitely visit again - walter & kay
Aug 2016 - $10.00
Nice small park right in town in a park. Clean restrooms with flush toilets. No showers. Water available and dump station on site. Most sites are smaller but sites 8 and 15 both could handle a 40' motorhome. Right behind the local grocery store you can walk to. The deli in the store has free Wi-Fi. - jprisbe
Aug 2008 - $10.00
This campground is a City Park. It is located half-mile west of Junction 2 and SR 37 right behind the Kootenai Chamber of Commerce and Rousauers Grocery Store. It is dry camping; water available in the park to fill tanks; RV dump is $3 and only open 8-10am and 6-8pm. Shaded. Right next to a nice city park and cemetery. There is a host on site. A good, safe place for an overnight stay. - adsaxs
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Great little park north of Libby on the river. Weak Verizon signal. Great views from front row. Big rig friendly. - heyduke50
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Friends invited us on a whim. Located at 6476 Lake Koocanusa Scenic Biway/Mt-37, 6 miles from Libby, Montana on the Kootenai River. Fishing is great. No laundry, no restrooms or showers. Daily CG happy hour on the bank of the river. 50AMP, water and sewer are well located on each site. Wi-Fi can be had at the office, phones mostly don't work and satellite TV is all you can get. Lots of grass and shade trees, level gravel sites and easy access to and from the highway. We will return when through the area. - SilverBear
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This is a lovely park, deep in a valley where the Moyie and Kootenai rivers join together. Sites are spacious with lots of trees. We've stayed here before and would return. The road coming down into the valley is gravel, steep and has hairpins, so be forewarned. Worth the drive. - fulltime birders
Jul 2016 - $36.00
If you're just looking for a little piece of heaven to get away from it all and enjoy the beautiful scenery, this is the place! Very nice and clean, great staff, beautiful walks, tall trees, swimming lake, playground, and 2 rivers that come together.
You hear a few trains but no train whistles! The descent into the park is a little steep but doable in a low gear. Not a paved road but it's in great shape. Big rig and pet friendly!
PS. And if you're told there is only room in the overflow, take it! Our overflow site is 70 X 40 with grass and huge shade trees. 110 and water available in overflow area. - The Childs
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This park is a beautiful hidden gem. Very clean washrooms, nice sites. The road down was was big challenge for myself with a truck & 34 foot travel trailer. As a female driver I can proudly say I owned those switchbacks, and I can add that to my driving experience! Its not for everyone, but once you are started there is no backing out! - Roxane
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This area of Idaho is absolutely beautiful and Lake Ponderay is super also. The folks in this park are very nice and friendly, but that is where it ends. The park is so outdated (55 years old) and lacks the basics that a RV park should have. Site was not level and very close to your neighbor. The electricity was absolutely terrible. 30A service would not hold 100 volts when we had nothing on when demand was high in the park. My surge protector would drop the electric @ 102 volts (to protect the appliances). Don't think of even running anything...much less an A/C. Temps were unusual hot 95*F+ on many days. The maintenance man said sorry the park is old and the wiring outdated. All this and more for $40. a night. WiFi was $5. a day. In looking back, I should have boondocked at Wal-Mart and then go to the lake. Wouldn't even think of staying there again. - Numbnuts
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This park has something for everyone. Perfect balance of easily accessed campsites and Mother Nature. It has big rig friendly pull thru sites overlooking the lake. Tent sites on the shore of the lake. A mix of pull thru and back in sites nestled in the trees. They have a few cabins and tent cabins available for rent. There's a large off leash area for pets. Wine and beer bar open in the evening during the summer. It's a great spot for families and couples that are traveling thru northern Idaho. The couple that own and run this park go out of there way to make sure you enjoy your stay. If you need restaurant, fishing or site seeing recommendations they have you covered. I stopped in here for 3 nights in June and ended up using this campground as my base camp to enjoy the surrounding lakes, rivers and mountains of northern Idaho till November. - Madden
Oct 2016 - $40.00
This is a rustic slightly neglected family oriented campground, staff were pleasant at check in. Interior roads are gravel, and big rig access was fair. Our level gravel pull through site was wide enough but not long enough to leave our towed connected. There was not a lot of privacy between sites, there were plenty of trees and we had a picnic table and fire ring, we also had a peek of the small lake through the trees. The older style bathrooms had been updated and were clean, the laundry was adequate. Fairly pet friendly with pick up bags. Wifi was okay and AT&T signal was adequate. This campground is located next to the train tracks and a very busy road, so noise is pretty much 24/7. The road into and out of the campground is pretty rough too. We would not stay here again. - tobyjug
Sep 2016 - $40.00
The campground is located very close to the highway but any noise dies down at night. Be very careful of the turn to the campground road if you are coming from the south. The entrance road from the highway to the train tracks is extremely rough so go dead slow. There are a few trains but if you are further back in the campground they will not be bothersome. The campground is only a few miles from Bonners Ferry which is somewhat interesting to explore. We also did a hike to Snow Creek Falls (a little hard to find) which is a very nice walk in the woods. - Idletime