Camping and Montana go hand in hand. With campsite locations ranging from back country sites to full-service campgrounds and RV parks, rest assured we have the perfect place to pitch your tent or hook up your rig under Montana’s starry skies.
The northwest region of Montana, also known as “Glacier Country,” is home to popular natural destinations and several RV parks. Whether you are planning on Glacier National Park,Flathead Lake, one of the national forests or state parks, you will be able to find a place to park your RV within minutes of your chosen destination — or even inside its boundaries.
Wake up in your RV Park and drive to one of the many outdoor parks and recreational areas the state and federal government has to offer in Northwest Montana. Check out Wild Horse Island State Park, located in Flathead Lake. This island is a protected, 2,000-acre environment rich with wildlife and history. Enjoy hiking around the island — the largest in Flathead Lake — and viewing bighorn sheep, coyote, osprey and bald eagles, among others.
Encompassing more than 1 million acres of pristine Montana wilderness, Glacier National Park is one of the continental United States’ premier outdoor destinations.
Glacier National Park broke the 3 million mark for visitors in 2017, despite the hectic fire season we had.
The final report on park visitation from the National Park Service shows over 3.3 million people went through the park gates in 2017, a solid 10 percent increase over the previous year.
I had the pleasure of representing the buyer and new owner of Mountain View RV Park,David Dobson. This 5 acre RV Park is located off MT Hwy 40 W. on the scenic corridor to GNP and is conveniently located 5 minutes to Whitefish with gorgeous Montana sunsets to boot!
Flathead Valley is home and I immensely enjoy all the outdoor activities this valley has to offer.