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3 RV Parks near West Glendive, Montana
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Glendive. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Glendive in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $25.00
The park is very old and not well taken care of. The bathrooms were not cleaned once during our 4-day stay. There are abandoned RVs and vehicles throughout the park. They advertise laundry, but there was a closed sign on the door every day. The playground equipment was very old and unsafe. The sling seats on the swings were rotten by the sun. The stairs up to the bathrooms were uneven. - Carla H
Jul 2017 - $25.00
This rv park isn't the Ritz, but it is clean, quiet, has plenty of shade and is reasonably priced. It's great for overnight after a long day of travel or for several day stay over. The owners are friendly and helpful. We've stayed here twice; both times were quiet and uneventful. Exactly what we wanted! - TravelerNeilSam
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Very friendly and responsive owners! Not a 'resort' by any means, but a good overnight place with full hookups for a great price. Loved that they've got a town "Visitor & Relocation Guide"! - Walt Bennett
Jul 2016 - $28.00
This is an amazing treasure of a state park. As you pass through a small Montana town you drive into a diverse and amazing landscape.
Aside from the beautiful landscape the camp ground was easy to navigate, clean and well maintained. Staff was courteous and extremely friendly. - CO_Clarks
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Have stayed here numerous times and for the area it is my favorite, but I'm fine with no hookups or showers . Always have stopped here late September to early October so the lack of shade isn't a problem, would guess it to be very hot in the summer.
Main reason I like it is the badlands vista and lack of traffic. I'm sure the fact that its well past peak camping season adds to this .
This campground or Sully Creek in Medora are routinely my first night from, and or my last night on my way home from an annual trip to the Beartooths, Yellowstone, Tetons, etc. - Twinpups
Jul 2008 - $12.00
This is a great vista, badlands setting and the views are great. The downside is that there is no water or service of any kind, except vault toilets. The RV area is asphalt with only one spot that has any shade to speak of and if that is occupied (which it was when we were here) you will fry in the other spots. It is horribly hot in the summer on the asphalt, but would likely be super in the spring and fall when the heat wasn't so oppressive. There are water pump jack spigots, but for whatever reason they were not turned on. Also, it is unfortunate that no one has planted trees to offer shade. The view is great, but you need to decide if primitive camping is for you, especially in the extreme heat of July. The primitive camping isn't bad, however no shade in the heat of the day is a booger. Were it not for that or if we could have been in the only spot with trees we would have stayed more than one night. - marker82
May 2018 - $22.00
We received the weekly rate. Weeds everywhere, a million dandelions. They made a pitiful attempt to mow it down but only got less than half of them. There appears to be no full/part-time park host. You register at the hotel in front of the park. The sites and roads are gravel. With a little up-keep, this RV Park could be ok. - Jumping Around
May 2018 - $40.00
Grass is about 12" high everywhere, their website claims cable TV. No cable and TWO OTA channels. Saw no facilities, but did have water, electric, and sewer hook ups at the front of the site. Way expensive for what they have. If you don't know it is behind the Motel, you will miss it. Check in is at the Motel. - MnTom
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This Park has been closed for a few years & just re-opened in July, 2016. At this time they have no advertising in any of the RV directories or along the highway. We only stopped there after having stayed there 10 years ago. The brother of the property owner runs the facility and has his office in the hotel immediately in front of the Park. Be careful driving into the Park as the gravel street (on city property, not Park property) has extreme ruts! The manager has indicated that he will not be running the campground after this year and assumes a resident manager will be hired. Call ahead! - kurtk