Many Pines Campground

Helena - Lewis & Clark National Forest

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U.S. 89 Neihart, MT 59465 406-547-3361 406-791-7701 Official Website

GPS: 46.8988, -110.6904

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Overview of Many Pines Campground

Number of Sites 22

Elevation 6,036 ft / 1,839 m

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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Wolf Creek 850
Chevrolet 2500 Long Bed
61 reviews
“Nice camp, clean and shady”

Reviewed 8/12/2019

Nightly rate: $10
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 10
Overall Rating

Probably the best camp along Highway 89 in the Little Belt Mountains.
Most sites in the camp are shady - lots of old growth pine trees here. Each site has a newer concrete picnic table, fire ring and charcoal grill stand. Sites are all gravel and all but 2 were back in only. The road through camp had a few potholes and washes thanks to all of the rain we've had in the area recently. The outhouses were clean and well stocked. There was a water pump on site as well for drinking water, this is near site 1 just to the right of the main entrance. There is a camp host on site but, they never came out of their camper during my stay. They also didn't bother to enforce the quiet hours (my neighbors fired up their generator at 630am). Most of the camp is build into a hill and the road and parking pads are pretty level. The tables can be a bit of a trek from the parking areas and most sites have wood timber staircases to get you from point A to point B, could be difficult for folks with any mobility limitations. A few sites were on the smaller side - tenters and truck campers only - but most sites were large enough to accomodate larger RVs. There was even a Class A motor home in the southern most site.
There was quite a bit of traffic during the day - everything from cars to motorcycles to semi trucks - but almost no traffic at night. Lots of hiking and ATV trails in the area in addition to fishing along Belt Creek just outside of camp.

Site Quality

MTgirl79 would stay here again

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chev/toyota rented highest end suv
4 reviews
“Spectacular ”

Reviewed 12/11/2017

Days stayed: 1
Overall Rating

Super nice campgrounds. Creek ran by my campsite. Its what I thought camping in Montana would be like. Plenty of county/forest roads near by to look for wild life. Stayed at nearly 28 campsite on my journey and remember this one the most. Stayed here Aug of 2017 Hope to be here in Aug 2018

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  • dry camping
  • fishing
  • recreation trail
Site Amenities
  • fire ring
  • picnic table
  • restrooms: vault
  • trash
  • water available
  • pets


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