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Top Camping Spots in Montana

Updated: Mar 22, 2021

Glacier National Park

This mesmerizing national park is often referred to as the Crown of the Continent. Glacier has 13 different campgrounds and over 1,000 campsites to choose from. Many people love camping at the Apgar campground which hosts over 190 sites accommodating tents and RVs. Check out the link below for more camping ideas in Glacier.

Crystal Lake Campground

This destination spot showcases what Montana has to offer. The Crystal Lake Campground is located just 30 miles south of Lewistown in the Big Snowy Mountain range. The location only hosts 28 first come first served campsites. Don’t hesitate to visit this spectacular location as sites tend to fill quickly. The campground is near to some fantastic hiking trails, check out the link below to learn more.

Holland Lake Campground

Holland Lake Campground is located in northwestern Montana in the beautiful Swan Valley. There are 40 campsites for tents and RVs to spread out comfortably. The campground offers easy access to Holland Lake and is the perfect location for boating, fishing, and hiking. If the Holland Lake Campground is full there is plenty of close access to other camping locations via Highway 83. Campers can find Lake Alva and Placid Lake campgrounds close by.

Woodbine Campground

Located just seven miles north of Nye is Woodbine campground. If you decide to travel to this mountainous campsite you’ll find yourself adjacent to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. Surrounded by mountains, there are 44 sites available for reservation. The Stillwater River runs close by and is a great place for a day of fishing or hiking.

Lewis and Clark Caverns Campground

This campground offers a little bit of everything. An hour west of Bozeman off interstate 90 this campsite is a perfect road trip destination. The Lewis and Clark Caverns is one of the largest limestone caverns in America. The caverns can only be explored by guided tour but everybody should jump at the opportunity because the caves are spectacular. The campground also offers access to many beautiful hiking trails. The site is friendly to tents, RVs, and those looking to rent a cabin.

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

Bighorn Canyon is one of the most stunning areas in Montana. The recreation area is surrounded by beautiful views and offers easy access to the Bighorn River. The Afterbay Campground offers 28 campsites including an additional 12 sites for RVs. This location is perfect for those looking for a bit of boating, fishing, or hiking. The Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area boasts over 120,000 acres and can be found on the Montana, Wyoming border.

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