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...
6 days ago
This camp sees few visitors - all of the trees were clear cut out of the camp so there is no shade anywhere. All of the sites are overrun with weeds. I imagine somewhere under the weeds there were tables and fire rings. There were a few...
Very clean and everything is fairly new. Tables, fire rings and vault toilets look almost spotless (as close as you can get out camping)! The sites are well spaced and, in most sites, you'll have moderate privacy from the other campers. Partial...
I had passed through this camp before without staying as there was a large event (wedding reception) being held at the group picnic pavilion and it was quite noisy. The camp and area, in general, was beautiful so I knew I wanted to return...
Well spaced campsites, reasonable privacy in most of the camp. Most sites are pull through, some are back in. All gravel but level. Concrete tables and steel fire rings in each site. Vault toilets, water taps, bear boxes and bearproof...
Don't come here if you're expecting an actual campground with water and toilets and well-defined campsites. The campground was abandoned long ago and this area is now just a large boondocking site. There are still a few tables (mostly rotten) and...
The information for this camp available on the Forest Service website is outdated. I stayed here in July 2018 and camping was free but with the improvements made to the camp, I would expect fees may be charged in the future.
The camp does have...
57 days ago
Rock Creek is a popular fishing destination so expect lots of traffic during the day as fishermen come and go. The road is narrow with few opportunities to pull over and pass larger vehicles so bring RVs up here with caution, scout it out first...
This used to be a nice, shady campground but the trees were all cut down due to beetle infestation. All of the sites are now in full sun and are quite overgrown with weeds due to lack of use. Basic pit toilet near the entrance. Tables and fire...
UPDATED 07/29/119: the camp is experiencing troubles with the water system. The only water available is from the hand pump in loop B.
First off, there are mosquitoes here all summer. Thousands of them. Bring a screen tent and bug spray or be...
"Nice camp, clean and shady"
"Nice camp, easy access to Grand Teton Park"
"Great camp, very private"
"Reasonably quiet, shady campsites"
"No longer maintained - mostly boondocking"
"FREE camping near Yellowstone"
"Clean camp right on Rock Creek"
"Beautiful camp, relentless mosquitoes"
"beautiful area, tent campers welcome"
"quiet camp, not far from Painted Rocks State Park"
"Shady sites, lots of wood ticks."
"Nice camp in an area with lots of recreation opportunites"
"Open but campsites are a mess"
"So peaceful, amazing views"
"My favorite camp in Glacier Park"
"not a lot of privacy but great access to Glacier Park"
"run down, almost like boondocking"
"small camp, great hiking nearby"
"large campsites, rough access road"
"small camp right next to the river"
"tents only, walk in sites"
"a little off the beaten path but nice"
"great location, my favorite Teton area camp"
"year-round access, noisy"
"great camp for smaller RVs, often overlooked"
"sunny,clean but no water"
"beautiful area but noisy"
"you'd be better off boondocking down the road a few miles further"
"not a campground per se"
"Easy access for a quick one nighter"
"OK camp, unhelpful staff and great hikes."
"Cleanest Campground I've Ever Seen!"
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