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Overview of Belly River Campground

Currently closed due to extensive infrastructure damage from the Kenow Wildfire.

A camping permit and park pass, valid for the length of stay, are required. Please display your camping permit in a visible location. Campers must register (at kiosk or self-registration) with their camping unit prior to setting up camp.

A fire permit is required for each night you have a fire.

Pad Type dirt

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 4,494 ft / 1,369 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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Reviews of Belly River Campground 3 people have reviewed this location.

Ratings Summary

Overall Rating
Site Quality
BurntFrog Life
Seattle, WA
25' Lance 2185
Ford F-150
39 reviews
“Beautiful, but no hiking and hard sided campers only”

Reviewed 8/26/2022

Nightly rate: $17
Days stayed: 3
Overall Rating

This campground is now completely open. When we arrived they had the front loop, with 7 campsites, closed due to problems with a bear. This loop opened during our stay. The sites are a bit small and not very level, but there were multiple sites that could have accomodated our 25' trailer. Interestingly, the bathrooms are flush but ... more

Site Quality

BurntFrog Life would stay here again

This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of

3 reviews
“Quiet and pretty”

Reviewed 10/7/2019

Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

We loved our stay here, just a few miles from the border. Very quiet with a pretty view across a meadow (some other sites were more wooded). Probably not so good with a large rig, most vehicles were class B/B+. The camp host let campers know there was a fox in an empty campsite- I’m surprised we didn’t see more wildlife given the sur... more

Site Quality

Linpdx would stay here again

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Hayward, CA
25' Dynamax Isata
6 reviews
“Remote and cute campground away from the crowds”

Reviewed 8/14/2016

Nightly rate: $22
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 22
Overall Rating

If you want to explore Waterton Lakes National Park and don't want to camp in the zoo-like "Townsite" campground in-town, Belly River is a great option. The sites are a little small for any RV above 25 feet, but the spots are very private from each other and there aren't that many of them. Also, in our experience it was easy getting a ... more

Site Quality

Cameron would stay here again

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  • restrooms: flush
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