5 Montana RV Parks You Must Visit

Your Guide to the Best Montana RV Parks

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••• Glacier National Park is just one reason to RV in Montana. Aaron Aldrich Fine Art/Moment/Getty Images

This state is home to a land simply known as Big Sky Country. Relatively unsettled and blessed with natural beauty, Montana is a definitely worth visiting for RVers. Don’t fight and struggle to find the perfect RV park, just check out any of these top five RV parks, grounds and sites for the Treasure State.

Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park

Explore the same region that explorers Lewis and Clark first documented in July of 1805.

You won’t be blown by the amenities and facilities of Lewis and Clark Cavern State Park but it does have plenty to keep you comfortable with RV sites with electric hookups, potable water sources and dump stations located throughout the park. There are also showers, playgrounds, fire pits, picnic shelters, concession stands, amphitheater and other group use areas.

The main attraction of the park is, of course, the caverns the park is so named for. If you book well in advance you can take an amazing candlelight tour of the cave offered during the peak summer season or during the holidays. There’s plenty to do above ground as well. The 3000-acre park offers hiking trails, biking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, guided history tours and more.

Ennis RV Village: Ennis

It feels like Montana’s gorgeous views never end when you stay at Ennis RV Village, and you never have to leave with these facilities and amenities.

All of the 76 sites offer full utility hookups, Wi-Fi access and a picnic table. Restrooms, showers and laundry facilities are meticulously cleaned several times daily making them a welcoming environment. Ennis RV Village also features a clubhouse, convenience store and even mobile RV repair techs.

Ennis is an excellent base camp for the fly fisher. The town and town are surrounded by some of the best fly fishing rivers and lakes in the entire United States including Yellowstone River, Big Hole River and Spring Creek. There plenty of other outdoor activities to choose from whether it be hiking, biking, white water rafting, wildlife spotting or a solid round of golf.

Mountain Meadow RV Park: Hungry Horse

Glacier National Park, while beautiful, doesn’t provide much in the way for RV campers, choose Mountain Meadow RV Park, just a few miles from Glacier’s entrance. You can choose a site with just electric and water or upgrade to one with sewer as well. All sites come with a fire ring and picnic table for nice patio relaxation. As for other facilities, Mountain Meadows is well rounded with dump stations, bathhouses, laundry room, camp and gift store and even their own private trout pond.

Talk about location, Mountain Meadows is just nine miles from the entrance to the sheer beauty of Glacier National Park. Glacier National Park contains some of the most fabulous views of alpine lakes, forest, meadows and mountains in the entire country. Go fishing, hike, bike, take a scenic drive or go on a ranger guided tour.

We would be hard pressed to do the parks of Montana without including something on Yellowstone’s back step.

Polson Motorcoach & RV Park: Polson

Garnering 10s across the board from Trailer Life Magazine and located right on Polson Bay, Polson Motorcoach & RV Park is a must visit for Montana. You’ll feel like royalty at this luxurious RV park. All sites come with full utility hookups as well as cable TV and Wi-Fi on oversized RV pads. You’ll feel like you’re in a five-star hotel in the showers with marble countertops and immaculate laundry facilities. Polson also contains a brand new fitness center, outdoor kitchens, pool, hot tub, fenced dog run, group pavilions and an activity deck facing out into the wilderness.

Polson is a great location for those looking to experience the rugged landscape and fantastic views of northern Montana.

You overlook the Flathead Lake region, home to excellent fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, hiking and even some great golfing. The Mission Mountains are not too far away or you can escape to the charm of downtown Polson. You will also find Glacier National Park right down the road.

Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park: West Yellowstone

Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park gives you the benefits of being a few blocks away from Yellowstone National Park’s west entrance while providing many of the amenities Yellowstone itself cannot. There are plenty of large pull through and back in spaces, all equipped with full electric, water and sewer hookups along with cable TV and Wi-Fi access. There are multiple bath houses and laundry rooms so you don’t have to worry about overcrowding. Grizzly RV Park rounds itself out with a convenience store, clubhouse, gift shop, game room and more.

The west entrance to Yellowstone is a mere four blocks from Grizzly RV Park, giving you ample opportunity to really explore the park. If for some reason Yellowstone National Park is not enough for you the local area has plenty of fishing opportunities, whitewater expeditions, horseback riding and much more.

Montana offers access to some of the most beautiful land in the country, and if you're an RVer, this is a must visit state.