We stayed midweek in August and only one other site was occupied. It was a welcome place to sleep after driving the entire length of Kansas from the east. It was super quiet, the stars were incredible we slept like logs. Quite a few mosquitoes to...
There were a ton of campers on a Saturday night when we rolled in but still plenty of room...even right on the edge where we pulled up with our van and trailer. The views are incredible and the stars at night are gorgeous!
We loved this location. Great river access if you choose to fish or just sip coffee on the rocks. It was so nice, quiet and dark...even with all spots filled up. We would definitely stay here again.
We were the only vehicle in the lot leading me to feel like we shouldn’t be there but there were no signs stating otherwise. Washington State Discovery Pass is required. Easy water access, some rock outcropping to make things interesting, a clean...
Nice water access, fairly clean bathhouse, and quiet. If you’re looking for a wooded camping experience, this is not it. The night we stayed, it was very windy but that didn’t keep the bugs down.
As for the area, it’s beautiful with easy access to the water. The area is small and wouldn’t be ideal for larger rigs but worked well for our van. We arrived on a Sunday night and it was packed with locals. They were interesting but didn’t bother...
As it says, great free camping en route to East Glacier. Enter through the main parking lot and continue past the maintenance buildings until you find a right turn down a gravel road. Grassy slips, picnic tables and beautiful sunsets. We had an...
We arrived on a Friday evening and as expected, it was full but for $6, the host allowed us to dry camp in the parking area which is all we needed anyway. We were able to ride a portion of the Maah Dah Hey trail, shower and hit the road. Perfect!
"Doesn’t feel like Kansas "
"Gorgeous Badlands view "
"Gorgeous river valley and wooded boondocking "
"A nice, quiet rest stop "
"Full but stayed anyway "