The campground has pull through sites available. The people were friendly and accommodating. The electrical service in the park was installed in the 30s or 40s. We observed very wide swings in the voltage as we turned on various appliances. We only able to run one air conditioner and had turn that off to run the microwave . Although Wi-Fi is available, it is $6.99 per day . It was more cost effective to use our Verizon MiFi. The park is very well maintained. The are grassy areas around each site. No picnic tables, shower houses, or other services. It was a great place to overnight. We will use this park again, hopefully for a few days so we can enjoy the restaurant, golf, and vineyards.
This campground is remote, close to the entrance of Yellowstone Park. Gravel, no picnic tables, small campground. It was too far away from Cody for our needs, but is was clean and rustic. We needed to go to repair, and decided to only stay 1 night. No refund policy so we paid for four days.
Holter Lake is a BLM campground. Wide spaces- paved to campground, gravel on spaces. Nicely landscaped, and not too close to the neighbors. Marina is available for small fee. This four-site camping and day-use complex is located along lower Holter Lake and the Missouri River about 40 miles north of Helena and 40 miles west of Great Falls. Located in a beautiful mountain setting, the area offers a variety of recreation opportunities. Fishing for rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, walleye, and perch is popular. Lewis and Clark traveled through this area 200 years ago. Activities: Fishing, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, wildlife viewing, picnicking, hiking. Facilities/Services: Overnight camping area, swimming beach, boat ramps, boat docks, parking areas, fish cleaning stations, drinking water, accessible toilets. Reservations are available for group camping at Log Gulch and for day-use picnic shelter functions at both Holter Lake and Log Gulch. Site managers and campground hosts are available. Location/Access: Take Exit 226 ( Wolf Creek) or Exit 234 (Craig) from I-15. Follow the signs for approximately 5 miles to the Holter Lake complex. Fees: Day use--$2/vehicle Camping--$10/camping unit (RV/tent) (includes day-use fee); Holter Dam $6/camping unit (RV/tent). Camping stay limits are limited to 7 consecutive days. Season day-use pass--$25/vehicle Group picnic reservation--$50/group plus standard fees above.
Very clean. We had made our reservations at this park because of the indoor pool and hot tub. The pool was closed and the hot tub was not functioning. Wi-Fi was good and included in the rate. We had a monthly rate. Easy access from highway. DO NOT USE GPS instructions from Garmin or Tom Tom. It will try to divert you to a back road that is no longer in service. The laundry and shower rooms were clean and in good repair. I am learning that is as important as level parking spots!
Nice sites and regularly mowed. Very rural and pretty quiet. The on site laundry only has 3 washing machines. One shower that is clean but worn, no handicap designations. Nicely maintained indoor pool and hot tub. Each site has a picnic table. WI-Fi is in addition to the nightly rate. Cable TV is satellite. We used MI-FI, but heard that the Wi-Fi is not reliable. There is no beach access, and you have to drive about a mile down the road and then walk about 1/2 mile to the beach. The managers are friendly. The facilities are aging. The exercise equipment is old and beginning to show signs of rust. This is our "Home Park" , but I doubt we will spend much time at this one. Great for a weekend and it's especially kid friendly. Some park models are being installed. The sites are not paved, but are fairly level. Fortunately it didn't rain!