5 Scenic RV Parks In Montana’s Big Sky Country
Montana is a beautiful state full of country roads and places to camp under the big, blue sky. You’ll find plenty to do whether you want to go hiking and fishing, or exploring the historic small towns, local restaurants, galleries, and shops. These RV parks across the state have scenic views and lots to see and do nearby.
1. Nugget RV Park
Nugget RV Park is easy to reach off I-90 in St. Regis, about an hour west of Missoula. Their property is surrounded by woods and large meadows with over two miles of walking trails.
They have spacious pull-through RV sites with full hookups and furnished cabins, along with a clubhouse, laundry facility, pool, and playground. An espresso stand is also on-site serving lattes, mochas, and more every morning from 8 AM to 11 AM. Visit the town’s antique shop, the local cafe for huckleberry pie, or go fishing or whitewater rafting on the Clark Fork River. Read more.
2. West Glacier RV Park
West Glacier RV Park recently opened this summer less than a mile from the West Entrance to Glacier National Park. Their full-service RV sites and modern cabins are just across the Middle Fork of the Flathead River, within walking distance of the many shops and restaurants in West Glacier Village. Their paved roads and large pull-through sites are big-rig friendly and each have their own picnic table, BBQ, and fire pit. You can read more about the new RV park in this RV LIFE article and on Campground Reviews.
3. Mountain Meadow RV Park and Cabins
Mountain Meadow RV Park is just south of West Glacier RV Park via Highway 2. Among their 33 wooded acres, they have a trout pond, 56 full hookup RV sites, and four log cabins surrounded by the forest and mountains. They are only 10 minutes from Glacier National Park, a half-hour from Whitefish, and less than an hour from Flathead Lake. Read their reviews here.
4. Yellowstone Holiday RV Campground & Marina
Hebgen Lake is a popular spot in southwestern Montana for dry fly fishing, camping, and boating. This RV campground on the northern shore of the lake is only 15 minutes from the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. They offer 36 big-rig-friendly RV sites and 16 cozy cabins, as well as a marina with boat rentals (including kayaks & motorized boats) and boat slip rentals. Mount Hebgen is also just across the road and has several walking, hiking, and biking trails. Learn more.
5. Polson Motorcoach Resort
This luxurious Class A-only resort overlooks Flathead Lake right next door to the Flathead Lake KOA. They have wide, paved roads and oversized RV sites with full hookups; the upgraded sites also have an outdoor kitchen, seating, and fire pit. The sites can be rented for a day or week, or you can purchase your own RV lot if you plan on staying long-term. Read more.
Plan your trip to Montana
- 5 Easy Waterfall Hikes In Montana
- 7 Special Places At Glacier National Park
- How To Plan Your Route And Find Campgrounds Using RV Trip Wizard
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