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Quaint Corner
97%
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16 reviews
· Montana
1 acre
1 site
1 Caravan
Property established in 1912 in the HeyDay of picturesque Reed Point, Montana. Located 85 miles east of Bozeman, 60 miles west of Billings, we are Famous for our annual Great Montana Sheep Drive and we are often asked if the town is a western movie set. We have a Convenience store, church, schools, quaint library, and the Waterhole Saloon Bar and Grill. We also host Yellowstone Boat Float each July, a floating celebration. Learn more about this land: Cute, rustic, fenced yard in tiny western town 1 mile from the Yellowstone River! Fishing, floating, swimming! Tent or trailer under 35 feet may camp inside a shared backyard. Over 35 feet, park in driveway with access to yard. 30 amp power, WiFi, excellent well water available. Portable outhouse onsite for visitor use. RV dump site two blocks away at nearby RV park for $5. Note: train crossing downtown, 4 blocks away, includes charming whistle blowing in the night. 😊 Note: the site map photo is outdated, the yard and property has seen much improvement since then!
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Hosted by Cori C.Joined in July 2021
97%
18 Ratings · 16 reviews
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J Haley C.recommends
September 9, 2022
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
I stayed here for a night while driving cross-country. I would have liked to stay longer. The site is a well-fenced yard with a large gate, so I could pull in my Subaru Crosstrek. The enclosure allowed my cat to relax and explore safely, and the clean grass and good WiFi was a welcome break for me after several weeks camping in the woods. Cori was a great host--friendly and accommodating.
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Michelle S.recommends
September 5, 2022
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
Great stopover!
Nice stopover spot along high 90. Water and electric are a definite bonus! Hosts were super sweet and the spot was very convenient.
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Emma W.recommends
August 21, 2022
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
Sweet little spot💕
Cori has a sweet little spot tucked in tiny Reed Point. We were able to back in and set up with ease! It was great to have a clean outhouse on the property. We spent our afternoon unwinding in the Yellowstone river just over the railroad tracks! Cori was helpful via messaging and was very accommodating with our dogs! They loved the fenced yard to sniff and roll around on the grass after a day of travel.
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Elaina G.
July 20, 2022
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
At this hipcamp you will need to back your trailer up a narrow driveway about 50 feet. And you will have to level, front-back for sure and possibly left-right. Just so you know. Once set, your trailer is surrounded by close-set houses, so it feels a little cramped - but it's also shady. And the hookups (30 amp and water) are good. The Yellowstone River is an easy 1-mile stroll away, it makes a lovely evening walk. The fishing access is a lovely place. Corey and her husband are very friendly and helpful, easily available if you need help or have questions. I'd stay again, if I needed a place in this area.
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Tammy P.recommends
July 9, 2022
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
I had a great experience staying at Cori's place! She's very accommodating and easy to communicate. She always answered my messages quickly. Beautiful area in a small town, decent privacy and a clean outhouse. Highly recommend!
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Craig C.recommends
October 13, 2021
Tiny Yellowstone River Town
Reed Point is oasis on the prairie
I really enjoyed my stay. The space was just right for my truck camper. Cori is a welcoming host who made the stay more comfortable.
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