2 Parks near Wibaux, Montana
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Wide open grass field. Ground was very uneven. Woman who checked us in was very nice; the only other camper came over to chat. There were a few fire rings and picnic tables, not enough for everyone. No WiFi or cable. Between Rt 94 and the RV park, the most direct route is Rt 7 (N Wibaux St). This road goes under the railroad tracks with a height clearance of 14'. We didn't risk it; we went over the tracks via G Street which is a few blocks west. - MichelleKry
Jul 2013 - $30.00
This park is under new management and is priced for oilfield patrons (owner's words; not mine). There were a few mowed sites that we noticed after we were all setup. The location they gave us was essentially weeds that were in serious need of mowing. We stayed here because we have family in the area otherwise we would have found an alternative location. This park needs serious work and seems over-priced for what you get. - Bob Stokesbary
Jun 2009 - $15.00
This place has perhaps 5 cabins and perhaps 25 sites in what looks to be a years ago farmstead. A few of the sites have shade from very mature cottonwood trees. Sites are quite close together. However, when we stopped, we were the only one in the campgrounds so was no problem. Enough room to put out slides on both sides. Adequate gravel driveways and grass sites that are well mowed. Antique tractor and threshing machine and other old machinery on the grounds. Enter the campground at the old tractor and walk up to the house to register. Located in a scenic area along beaver creek. - easydoesit
Jun 2016 - $6.00
A great no hookups park that has easy access to Interstate and big rig friendly. Paved roads and paved site driveways. Sites have table, firepit, grass and some shade. No water or dump available, but an excellent park for location and price! - RJourney
Sep 2015 - $6.00
This quiet little campground is located near the Theodore Roosevelt National Park about a mile north of I-94 in North Dakota. There are about 37 sites total, each with tightly packs gravel pads. Most sites are level, but there are a few that could be a challenge. Every site has a relatively large grassy lawn, picnic table, and fire ring.
This is completely dry campground. There are no hookups (electric, water, or sewer) at the individual sites. There are pit toilets, water spigots, and pay-per-use showers, but water was not available at the time this review was written. According to the camp host, lightning struck the water pump in 2011 and it has not been repaired since. There is no dump station either, so dump your tanks and fill up on fresh water before you arrive. If you are solar powered, you are in luck because at least half of the sites are sunny.
Internet was a bit of a challenge. We were able to get 4 bars of AT&T voice, but no data. On Verizon, our standard reception was ranging between 1 bar of 1x to 2 bars of 3G, also with no data. Once we hooked up our range extender though, we were able to get a solid 2 bars of Verizon LTE and data that was fast enough to stream movies with little to no lag.
This was a great place to stay and we will stay here again the next time we are passing through on I-94. - technogypsies