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The 20 best camping spots in Montana.

Camp under the stars of Montana's Big Sky Country, home to the "Crown of the Continent," and a tapestry of Native American heritage.

Judith Cabin

1. Judith Cabin

Judith Cabin is a two-story, historic ranger station that’s a hop away from incredible views and trails along the Judith River. There’s propane...

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Judith Station Campground

2. Judith Station Campground

Judith Station Campground is a small, remote campground in the forest. Check out the historic Judith Guard Station nearby. There are great...

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With 54 state parks to explore, camping in Montana can mean anything from the stony, lakeside beaches of Les Mason State Park to a brush with the friendly critters that inhabit Greycliff Prairie Dog Town State Park. Get in touch with your inner archaeologist at Makoshika State Park, where dinosaur fossils can be found tucked beneath the pine and juniper trees. Glacier National Read more...
With 54 state parks to explore, camping in Montana can mean anything from the stony, lakeside beaches of Les Mason State Park to a brush with the friendly critters that inhabit Greycliff Prairie Dog Town State Park. Get in touch with your inner archaeologist at Makoshika State Park, where dinosaur fossils can be found tucked beneath the pine and juniper trees. Glacier National Park is referred to as the "Crown of the Continent," and one trek along the Highline Trail, a walk to the base of Grinnell Glacier, or a trip along any other patch of the 700 miles of trails offered here will remind you why. In this iconic park, vast green valleys cut through some of the most awe-inspiring peaks around, including Montana's share of the Rocky Mountains. While visiting, make room in your itinerary for a trip to one of the state's seven tribal reservations that remain a rich and vital part of Montana's cultural tapestry.
Indian Hill Campground

3. Indian Hill Campground

Indian Hill Campground is a serene campground tucked into a wooded area of Lewis and Clark National Forest. The campground sits along the South...

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Hay Canyon Campground

4. Hay Canyon Campground

Fall asleep to the sounds of the cascading river just feet from your tent here at Hay Canyon Campground. This small, rustic campground sits in a...

Iceberg Lake isn't just a pretty name. Breathtaking 2,000-foot cliffs surround this pristine lake, that is sprinkled with real ice chunks.
Dry Pole Canyon Campground

5. Dry Pole Canyon Campground

Dry Pole Campground is, despite its implied barren name, rich with the flora and fauna. It's situated in the foothills of the Little Belt Mountains...

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Dry Wolf Campground

6. Dry Wolf Campground

Dry Wolf Campground sits in a meadow surrounded by spruce and fir trees. Dry Wolf Creek runs alongside, and Bandbox Mountain borders the...

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Going-to-the-Sun Road is a favorite of visitors to the state. It reaches its highest point, Logan Pass, at 6,646 feet.
Russian Flat Campground

7. Russian Flat Campground

High up in the Little Belt Mountain Range is the serene Russian Flat Campground. This is a remote and rustic campground, great for campers looking...

Dry Wolf Cabin

8. Dry Wolf Cabin

Come out with your pack and spend some time cozying up at Dry Wolf Cabin. This one-room wonder comes with propane lights and a stove, pots, pans,...

Teddy Roosevelt once called Montana's Medicine Rocks, found in the eastern part of the state, "fantastically beautiful."
The Brussett Wagon
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9. The Brussett Wagon

This is a canvas-covered sheepherder's wagon. It's slightly larger than our Winona wagon and capable of sleeping 2 on the double bed and one one...

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Hunters Spring Cabin

10. Hunters Spring Cabin

Staying at Hunters Cabin Lookout is a glamping adventure for you and your whole crew! We really dig winter time since the cabin is only accessible...

If skiing the slopes all day leaves you a little chilly, check out one of Montana's 13 hot springs!
Whitetail Camp Campground

11. Whitetail Camp Campground

Whitetail Creek runs alongside the serene Whitetail Camp Campground. Sitting in a wooded mountainous area, visitors in the summer and fall can...

Many Pines Campground

12. Many Pines Campground

Many Pines Campground sits along Belt Creek in the scenic Little Belt Mountains. It's the ideal spot for anglers, so cast a line in Belt Creek and...

Kings Hill Cabin

13. Kings Hill Cabin

Enjoy the peace and quiet of deep woods at Kings Hill Cabin—even though it’s located just off the main road! There’s bunk beds to delight your...

Jumping Creek Campground

14. Jumping Creek Campground

Jumping Creek Campground is a small, quiet campground conveniently located just off US Highway 89. Sheep Creek and Three Cabins Creek run nearby,...

Kings Hill Campground

15. Kings Hill Campground

Kings Hill Campground is located in a wooded area just of US Highway 89. Sitting at an elevation of 8,000 feet, this area becomes a winter...

Basin Cr Dispersed Campground

16. Basin Cr Dispersed Campground

Nestled alongside the Basin Creek's banks, Basin Creek Dispersed Campground is threaded together by just a few, as the named would suggest,...

Lion Cr-upper Camp Campground

17. Lion Cr-upper Camp Campground

This is a great stop for backpackers who are roughin' it. The rustic Upper Lion Creek Campground sits on the banks of Lion Creek. You’l hear the...

Daisy Dean Camp Campground

18. Daisy Dean Camp Campground

Within the gorgeous confines of Lewis and Clark National Park lies Daisy Dean Camp Campground, a welcoming spot riddled with unexplored terra...

Lion Cr-lower Camp Campground

19. Lion Cr-lower Camp Campground

The quiet and remote Lower Lion Creek Campground sits on the banks of Lion Creek (rawr). Explore the scenic forests, peaks, meadows and valleys of...

Alexander Creek Campground

20. Alexander Creek Campground

Alexander Creek Campground is a primitive spot for those who want to spend less time camping and more time exploring! Situated along the west bank...