Indian Trees Campground

Bitterroot National Forest

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729 Road Sula, MT 59871 406-821-3913 406-363-7100 Reservations: 877-444-6777 Official Website

GPS: 45.7564, -113.9537

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Overview of Indian Trees Campground

Number of Sites 16

Reservations yes

Open Seasonally Yes

Elevation 5,085 ft / 1,549 m

Max Stay 14

Max Length 50 ft

Tent Camping Yes

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Last reported 8/26/2021
38' Keystone Outback 330RL
Ford F-250
4 reviews
“Beautiful park”

Reviewed 8/26/2021

Nightly rate: $7
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 6
Overall Rating

Enjoyed my stay for the most part level sites and they are asphalt. Campground was clean along with both vault toilet. Camp host was more than helpful and keep the Campground looking top notch. Did have cellphone signal but only 1 to 2 bars depending on the time of day. Made a few bike ride up the forests roads and hike Porcupine Trail which the bike ride 8 miles to the trail had over 2000+ foot elevation. Will make plans to return to the Campground. Road is gravel from Highway to the Campground but only one mile and in good shape.

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Verizon 4G/LTE

Carl would stay here again

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3 reviews
“Reservable, Very quiet, great host, nice ammenities”

Reviewed 5/19/2018

Nightly rate: $10
Days stayed: 5
Site Number: 011
Overall Rating

We stayed here in a 33' Class-A motorhome w/a dolly "toad" for about a week in July of 2017.

Be advised Cell Phone reception (Verizon) was non-existent. (A short drive North on Highway 93 -3~4 miles from the actual campsite - garnered enough signal strength for calls & emails - 3G or weak 4G.) Antenna TV reception was non-existent. (We don't have satellite but it might be dicey due to the surrounding trees(?).

This particular site was a paved pull-through w/good shading. Sun impact from about 1030 to about 1400. Portable solar would be best, we used a generator for a few hours per day for air conditioning in our RV.

There are two vault toilets/outhouses in the campground. There is potable water at the lower/last vault toilet. This has a normal spigot w/a threaded hose fitting.

Short drives & walks available up surrounding side roads (all gravel Forest Service roads) w/MANY "pull over" spots for USFD dry-camping if one has a setup amenible to that - i.e. shorter & maneuverable. Scout in a smaller vehicle first to determine turn-arounds, etc. Cell reception was very good at high elevations on some of these roads.

Darby was the closest town.
Gasoline IS available at a small store at Sula (about 6 miles from the sites.) Sula also has an RV Park available. Research that for dump site, etc.

We dumped tanks up in Missoula, 80(?) miles north. There is a dump facility near Lolo, MT on Highway 12 toward Idaho but one can dump for free at Bretz RV in Missoula.

Site Quality

Rotaidalg would stay here again

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Those Young Guys
Cave Creek, AZ
31' Dynamax Corp Isata5 28SS
3 reviews
Indian Trees Campground - Sula, Montana - Those Young Guys

Indian Trees Campground – Sula, Montana Posted By lisa, On May 21, 2009 Campground: Indian Treess Campground Location: Just south of Sula, Montana near Gibbons Pass Site: 3 Cost: $10...

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  • picnic table
  • restrooms: vault
  • trash
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