This Missoula, Monta campground is a few miles northwest of the downtown district. As a family-oriented RV park associated with the famous Yogi cartoon character, you’ll get to see several actors in bear costumes while you’re visiting. In addition, this RV park was ranked in the top 50 of 7,000 RV parks in 2016.
At Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Yogi Bear will visit your campsite every night. You can also invite Yogi to cook s’mores with your family, and there is a large camp store on-site. You can pick up food at this store, and Yogi Bear merchandise is also available.
“Nice campground. Would have been 5 star but for the placement of sewer hookup at the very back of the pull through campsite. For those of us with a motor home and a toad, this means that we would have to join two sewer hoses to reach. No problem for 5th wheel or travel trailers or motor homes without toad.” – Dorsey, Google Review
Jim & Mary’s RV Park is an independently owned RV campground. Unlike most campgrounds in Missoula, Montana, this property offers live musical entertainment every summer. In addition, some of the sites at this RV park are shaded.
The shower facilities at Jim & Mary’s RV Park are impeccably maintained. Free Wi-Fi is available at this RV park, and cable TV is also offered. In addition, Jim & Mary’s RV Park features a large clubhouse with a kitchen.
“My family and I stayed here one night in our way to Glacier. We wish we’d had stayed longer!! This place was the cutest, best maintained and prettied park we’ve been to! Friendly staff, dog friendly, and lots of great amenities!! Check in was a breeze, local scenery was great and close to a bunch of fun things to do! Would stay again and definitely would recommend it!” – Ayrika, Google Review
Turah RV Park is a small campground in Clinton, a town on the banks of Clark Fork River. Since it’s adjacent to U.S. Highway 12, the property is easily accessible. Turah RV Park is open all year round.
You can stock up on propane at Turah RV Park, and gasoline is also available on-site. This RV park is close to Missoula, but it is in a relatively remote rural area. This location ensures that Turah RV Park stays quiet enough for a good night’s sleep.
“Turah campground is very nice. Pull through sites with full hookups. Clean showers and laundry. Full store in site along with gasoline. Right across from a river access. Rates are great and if you are military you receive a discount. Plan on staying here again.” – Lynn, Google Review
While Bearmouth RV Park is relatively small, it features access to the Clark Fork River. This is ideal for anglers. Unlike many RV parks in Missoula, Bearmouth RV offers sites with picnic tables.
At Bearmouth RV Park, you can launch a kayak directly from your site. It’s common to see wildlife near the property, and musicians frequently play at the park. Best of all, the sites at this campground are shaded.
“We stayed September through November 2017. In a 36 foot RV, the space was plenty big enough for it and our car. Jenn who runs office is wonderful, and helpful along with all of the staff. Beautiful flower beds, green grass space in front of camper. Dog friendly. Definitely would stay here anytime.” – Marie, Google Review
Nugget RV Park is a medium-sized campground right off Interstate 90. It is within walking distance of the Clark Fork River. Plus, the clubhouse at Nugget RV Park can seat up to 100 people.
Nugget RV Park features a heated pool, which is a rarity in Montana. Guests can use the on-site kitchen, and free Wi-Fi is offered throughout the property. To top it off, Nugget RV Park features 2.5 miles of private nature trails.
“Wife and I stayed for the month of August and found the park to be very hospitable. From the owners Leslie and Mark to the work campers they chose for the season to the quality of people we met that chose to stay at the park we found gracious, friendly and a pleasure to be around. Dog park is top notch with plenty of room to run the dog and plenty of trails to walk.” – Terry, Google Review
Missoula KOA Holiday is located just outside downtown Missoula. This RV park is enormous, and it features a camp store. Whether you want made-in-Montana gifts or need to stock up on RV supplies, you’ll find everything you require on-site.
At Missoula KOA Holiday, you can buy meals at the snack bar or cook your own food in the kitchen. In addition to a mini-golf course on-site, you can enjoy the bikes for rent at this RV park. Plus, firewood is available at Missoula KOA Holiday.
“While traveling through Montana, we lost a wheel on our tent trailer just before we reach the Missoula KOA. Stopping at the KOA seemed provident, and so we stayed there a couple of days while we repaired the trailer and replaced the wheel. Staying at the Missoula KOA gave us a chance to see Missoula.” – Thomas, Google Review
Bernie and Sharon’s Riverfront RV Park is a medium-sized campground that’s perfect for those seeking relaxation. The Little Blackfoot River runs through this RV park. Therefore, fishing opportunities abound.
If you’re looking to get hitched, you can get married at Bernie and Sharon’s Riverfront RV Park. That’s right, there’s an on-site chapel. In addition, there’s a trout over the mantle in the clubhouse at this campground that serves as an inspiration to fishing enthusiasts. Best of all, Bernie and Sharon’s Riverfront RV Park charges some of the lowest rates in the region.
“Very well kept. Awesome pull thru sites. Greeted & guided to our site. Full hook ups. Very friendly. Pet & kid friendly! They brought my dogs treats & my niece a popsicle. Beautiful spot on the Blackfoot River.” – Colleen, Google Review
Boulder Creek Lodge Montana is situated in a remote area to the southeast of Missoula. This RV park is home to a restaurant that is open for both lunch and dinner. If you have kids, they will appreciate that Boulder Creek Lodge Montana features a large playground.
There are shower facilities in Boulder Creek Lodge Montana’s clubhouse, and there are secondary facilities in the middle of the park. If you need souvenirs or RV supplies, just head to the on-site camp store. To top it off, Boulder Creek Lodge Montana includes a central fire pit that gives guests the opportunity to get to know one another.
“Nice atmosphere. Its got a nice backwoods feel to it. But that comes with trade offs, such as no running water. They do have lights in the rooms for reading at night though.” – Damen, Google Review
Diamond S RV Park and Campground is in Ronan, Montana, which is north of Missoula. This RV park is in a mountainous area, and it offers incredible views. Diamond S RV Park and Campground features a playground, and rodeos are held at this RV park throughout the year
Free coffee is offered in the clubhouse at Diamond S RV Park and Campground every morning. The Wi-Fi at the park is free, and there is a large pavilion on-site. Plus, this RV park observes quiet hours between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. This means that you’ll be able to get a good night’s rest.
“The owners, Rick and his wife, are very friendly and helpful. Their RV Park also has clean restrooms and showers. We stayed here in a tent on the way up to and down from Glacier. We would stay here again.” – Matthew, Google Review
River Edge Resort & Steakhouse is a small RV park in Alberton, Montana. This RV park features access to the Clark Fork River, and it is within walking distance of the amenities of Alberton. In addition, River Edge Resort & Steakhouse includes a restaurant that is open all year round.
The sites at River Edge Resort & Steakhouse are right next to the river, and they include fire pits. This RV park features a large greenhouse, and the steakhouse is open for lunch and dinner. Plus, free Wi-Fi and cable TV are offered throughout the property.
“Stopped here on a job. Casino and full bar here. Decent burger and onion rings. Nothing special, but a good hot meal.” – Karl, Google Review
Take your time and choose wisely from among the Missoula campgrounds on this list. If it’s your goal to be close to the epic wilderness that is Lolo National forest, River Edge Resort & Steakhouse would be the right pick for you. However, you might not prefer that option for RV camping in Missoula if you want to be close to the downtown district.
If you want to check out Missoula’s urban attractions, Missoula KOA Holiday would be a better place to park your RV. No matter where you choose to go, make sure to take enough time to bask in the blue skies and mountain scenes that make the Missoula area so picturesque.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.