Camping in State Parks, RV Parks, Fishing accesses and Backcountry. Locals know that the best way to experience the great outdoors in Montana is to camp. From primitive to full-service, there are plenty of private and public campgrounds to suit your style of adventure and comfort. Whether youre hiking in to a backcountry campsite or parking your RV, youll still be able to look up at the stars in the big sky as youre roasting smores.
|Extend your stay at a Montana State Park when the sun goes down. You can put up a tent, park your RV, sleep in a tipi or enjoy a unique overnight stay in a furnished cabin or yurt. Camping in Montana State Parks is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy time with family and friends. Planning your adventure just got easier! You can now book your campsite reservation online, or by phone at 1-855-922-6768. Twenty of Montana`s 54 state parks have more than 500 campsites to reserve. It`s easy! Book in advance and take the stress out of your trip, leaving more time to explore Montana`s nature, culture and recreation heritage. Campsites are reservable from the third Friday in May through the third Sunday in September. Reservations for individual campsites may be made up to 9 months in advance, but no later than 2 calendar days prior to your arrival date, beginning at 8 AM (MST). Reservations for group campsites and facilities may be made up to 9 months in advance, but no later than 2 calendar days prior to your arrival date, beginning at 8 AM (MST). Campers may stay no longer than 14 days (13 nights) in any thirty day period. Saving campsites is prohibited. Check-in time is 2 PM for campsites and 3 PM for facilities (local park time). Check-out time is 1 PM for campsites and 12 PM for facilities (local park time). Late checkouts may incur additional fees unless prior arrangements have been made with park staff. Quiet Hours are 10 PM through 7 AM. Camping is permitted only in designated areas. Please be considerate of fellow campers and arrive early (prior to 10 PM) to set up your campsite. The noise created from setting up is often disturbing to other campers. If this is not possible, please be respectful and keep noise to a minimum. Your consideration is appreciated! Campfires are allowed in designated areas only! All pets must be kept on a leash and not be left unattended. Campers are responsible to clean up after their pet. Not all facilities allow pets. Vehicles for campground visitors and park day-users are to be located outside the campground.|