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Thursday, March 23, 2000

Guide To State And National Park Campgrounds - Montana



West Yellowstone, Montana

Address: 16992 Hebgen Lake Road, West Yellowstone, MT 59758
Our Rating: *****
Cost: $80 (W/E/S) plus $5 per person per night

+Conveniently located 20 minutes from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
+Our campsite was a good size and had a picnic table on a slab of cement, the trailer was parked on rock and we had a firepit.

+The bathrooms were amazing! There were only 3 and they were unisex but they were huge, private showers with a bench and plenty of hooks. There were towel bathmats on a shelf outside the showers to take in with you. You deposited them in a hamper on your way out.

+Campground amenities included a community sink and a couple of grills. There was a convenient camp store with camping and fishing supplies, groceries and souvenirs. You could also rent kayaks, boats and fishing supplies.

Additional Comments: There is a charge for the rentals and a fishing license ($30) is needed to fish in Hebgen Lake. 


Hungry Horse, MT

Address: 9125 US 2, Hungry Horse, MT 59919
Our Rating: ****
Cost: $190 (extra $5 per night for sewer hookup site) for 3 nights, including taxes and fees and 
Good Sam discount (as of 8/2022) - other discounts available including AAA

+Conveniently located 20 minutes from Glacier National Park.
+Our campsite, which included a picnic table, firepit with grill on level ground, was very long but very narrow.

+Bathrooms very clean but small with only 2 toilets and 2 showers. Showers were large and tiled with a long tiled bench and had over the door hooks.
+Campground amenities included a store/office with some camping supplies, groceries and souvenirs. There was a laundry room with many washers and dryers but in a very narrow room. There were kayak rental available and a stocked fishing pond.

Additional Comments: We took away a star from our rating here because of our narrow campsite, a steep incline with flat rocks and no stairs was the path to the bathroom and the staff in the office were abrupt and unfriendly. Our rating could have been lower but the cleanliness of the campground on a whole was very good and there was a laundry and store here.


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