RV camping near Virginia City

See geysers in Yellowstone, hike the Rockies, and camp under the trees near Virginia City.

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Gallatin River Getaway

2 sites · RVs, Tents250 acres · Three Forks, MT
This property has been a farm and ranch since 1863 it was used as a stage stop for travelers going to the gold fields in Bannock and Virginia City Montana. Come check us out.We offer two private campsites on the Gallatin River near Logan, Montana, 1/4 mile apart on a working farm and ranch. Ranch also is located below ATT and Verizon cell towers. Five minutes from entrance gate to interstate ninety. We are thirty minutes from Bozeman, six miles from Three Forks, MT, three miles from Headwaters State Park (Headwaters of the Missouri River), 12 minutes from the Copper City Mountain biking trails, 20 minutes from Lewis and Clark Caverns, eight miles from Madison Buffalo Jump. Yellowstone National Park is two hours south of the property. Easy full recreational access to the Gallatin River, including fishing if you follow Montana FWP rules and regulations. Gallatin River is a blue-ribbon trout stream and there are four additional blue-ribbon trout streams that are within close proximity. Inhabited by most major indigenous species of Montana, except bison and mountain goats. This is a working farm and ranch and equipment and activities related to the operation should be expected also a train runs close to property. Host lives on the property and is available to contact. 
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Madison Islands

15 sites · RVs24 acres · Three Forks, MT
This property is located on the Madison River at the headwaters of the Missouri River! It has views of surrounding mountain ranges including the Bridgers, Tobacco Roots, & the Spanish Peaks. It is also minutes from downtown Three Forks, MT for dining and shopping. On-site activities include fishing , swimming, hiking, biking, boating/floating, wildlife viewing, bird watching, and stargazing under the big sky. The camping area even has enough space to accommodate grazing horses. With open grassy fields and a large wooded area there is plenty to be explored in this Montana outdoor paradise. Address and Directions: On I-90 exit on 278 you will be on "Frontage Rd" go east to "Old Town Road" than turn east on "Old Town Main Street" LOOK FOR THE YELLOW ARROWS (they say Madison Islands). Once you’re off the freeway and on old town Road come to an intersection which is old town Main Street. Turn right at old town Main Street and very quickly on your left. You’ll see an old rustic building on your left with a fifth wheel parked next to the fence. You enter the property between the old rustic building and the fifth wheel RV to get into the field and you’ll see several reflectors with numbers on them. Easiest entry is off of Main Street. Enter just in front of the Parked RV and make your way into and through the field.
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Wildhorse Trail Properties

2 sites · RVs5 acres · Belgrade, MT
Easy access from the Belgrade exit. Nice quiet area with beautiful views. Get an out of town feel close to all of the amenities that Belgrade/Bozeman has to offer. Beautiful views of the Bridger Mountains! Close to rivers and mountains. A day trip to Yellowstone or Big Sky is easy. Enjoy a level gravel pad with a picnic table. There is one 50 amp service and 3 30 amp.
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Montana Red Devon Ranch

4 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Harrison, MT
Montana Red Devon Ranch is owned and managed by Kiril Sabo(age 17), his brother Riley(age 20), and his mother Jenny Kahrl. The boys were raised on the ranch from birth.  We have chosen Red Devon cattle for their history (originally from Devonshire England, Devons arrived in North America with the first English settlers!), their docility, and their gourmet beef.  Our cattle eat only grass, hay, and forages, as Nature intended.  We manage our land to protect wildlife and clean water for all, to improve soils, preserve open space, and feed hundreds of our neighbors.  All our grassfed beef is sold within 50 miles of the ranch.We also have a deep commitment to sharing our love of land and animals with our community, both near and far.  We have hosted international visitors from France, Russia, Japan, Brazil, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and many many Americans.  Jenny Kahrl speaks French fluently.We hope to share our love of this land and its riches with many visitors, for it is only by knowing where our food originates that we can appreciate each farm and farm family for their work to feed America and the world.
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Big Hole Boondockin'

2 sites · RVs, Tents325 acres · Melrose, MT
Big Hole Boondockin' is located in Southwest Montana along the beautiful banks of the Big Hole River. River View Livestock, a 325 acre working cattle ranch, surrounds our camping areas which gives you the opportunity to enjoy a real Montana ranch experience. If you're not into the ranch lifestyle, hop on a raft, inner tube or kayak and float down the river enjoying a cold beverage. We also offer bank fishing on our private property. Stressed? Book some time with our emotional support animals and snuggle one of the pigs or cows to take some stress out of your life. These animals are part of our family and love to sit and relax with humans, begging for belly scratches and giving kisses. Whatever your camping dream is, our focused, friendly staff will work to achieve it. We look forward to hosting you and your family and friends and sharing our day to day dream life.
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Along the Gallatin River in Bozeman

4 sites · RVs, Tents3 acres · Gallatin Gateway, MT
The land is 3 acres of private property that crosses the Gallatin River. It is walking distance to a well know Cowboy Steakhouse and Bar and a Pizza and Beer spot. The Gallatin River is famous for it's fly fishing. A short walk and over the bridge will find you at a tributary of the Gallatin River, so you have two places to wade, fish or play in the water. The property is home to whitetail deer, turkey, and American eagles.The river used to be a tributary, but there was an ice jam that changed the river flow and now the river that runs past our property is the main river and can be canoed or rafted for fishing.
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Pipestone Ringingrocks Rv & Cabins

5 sites · RVs30 acres · Whitehall, MT
Welcome DIRECTIONS These Campsites are in Pipestone so Take Pipestone exit heading west take a immediate right on gravel rd. (Road to Ringing Rocks theres a sign Pipestone Ringing rocks RV and Cabins with red arrow pointing east follow it for about a 1 1/2 miles crossing 3 cattle gaurds and a railroad track go another 50 yards and there a gate # 234 on post and the RV spots are just past the cabins. enjoy the views and to take in the fresh Montana air there's also a fire pit (fire wood for sale) and a picnic table set up ( potable Water fill available, there are no public Bathrooms so Rv must have Bathrooms in them) ,for you and your family to enjoy a nice outing and look at the Montana stars in Big Sky country there are also hundreds of miles of trails to enjoy utv,dirt bike,peddle bike. or just a nice nature walk all these trails are shared in them
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Fast Forks Farm

1 site · RV5 acres · Gallatin Gateway, MT
Escape to the idyllic countryside at the mouth of the canyon to Big Sky and experience the ultimate RV camping adventure at our enchanting five-acre hobby farm! Nestled amidst the beauty of nature, our farm offers an extraordinary getaway where you can connect with animals, embrace the tranquility, and create cherished memories. Immerse yourself in the charm of our RV site, perfectly situated on a level gravel surface at the RV bay of our oversize garage, giving you privacy from the house and a lovely view of the pasture and neighboring farmland. Convenience meets comfort with a nearby hose bib and garden hose, providing you with easy access to potable water for your needs. Potable hose not included (bring your own if that is needed). Indulge in the simplicity of life on the farm as you soak in the rustic ambiance and savor the crisp, fresh air. Our gravel roads beckon you to embark on leisurely trail rides, walks, or bike rides, where every corner reveals picturesque vistas and hidden wonders. For the adventurous souls, a mere half-mile ride down the road leads to a magnificent 15-acre natural neighborhood park. Delight in the thrill of exploring its charming trails, meandering through enchanting creek crossings, and beautiful meadow. Rest assured, your attentive host resides on-site, ensuring your stay is seamless and worry-free. The privacy of our guests and the hosts is paramount, allowing you to relish in your own personal oasis, including our very secluded campfire pit. Please note, the rest of the farm is available by invitation only. Escape the ordinary and embrace the extraordinary on our captivating hobby farm. Book your unforgettable camping experience today and immerse yourself in a world of natural beauty, delightful animals, and endless possibilities. Your extraordinary adventure awaits!
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Peaceful visita

1 site · RV27 acres · Three Forks, MT
Learn more about this land:Can see three mountain ranges. Gallatin Range, Tobacco Root and Spanish peeks. 5 miles off 1 90 Quite and peaceful. Near by is Lewis and clark Caves lots of Hiking madison river fishing.
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Chokecherry Cattle Company

3 sites · RVs3 acres · Twin Bridges, MT
Three Unique and Exclusive RV sites near the Big Hole River! Full water, power and sewer hook ups located directly between two fishing accesses. Incredible views of the Pioneer Mountain Range. Plenty of room to park your boat as well. Enjoy watching the native bird and deer population. Hike the unique geological landscape of McCartney Mountain. If you are a fly fisherman, this is a dream location! Perfect amenities for a family reunion or group camping trip!
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RV camping near Virginia City guide

Overview

In the heart of Madison County, Virginia City delivers history on the edge of the Rocky Mountains. The town’s gold rush past offers a view into the Old West, with heritage buildings and local museums revealing how residents lived in the 18th century. Head outside Virginia City’s borders to Yellowstone, America’s first national park, to witness active geysers and see some of the country’s most iconic nature spots. Then check out Beaverhead-Deerlodge and Helena-Lewis and Clark national forests for hiking trails, scenic drives, and spectacular mountain views. Park the RV in a national forest, pitch a tent among Christmas trees, or rent a cabin with toilets and drinking water—any way is a good way to enjoy natural beauty near Virginia City.

Where to go

Yellowstone National Park

With 2.2 million acres of parkland, Yellowstone is home to active geysers, waterfall hikes, scenic drives, and cozy campsites. The 12 campgrounds offer group camping and tent camping, with one RV campground featuring 50-amp hookups and a dump station. After setting up camp, admire Yellowstone’s unique geology from the comfort of the roads with a trip around the Grand Loop. Or, hike the expansive trail system to see Yellowstone Lake, multiple backcountry waterfalls, and spring wildflower blooms. If you can’t snag a campsite in the park, consider a Hipcamp just outside the Yellowstone entrance.

Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest

The largest national forest in Montana, Beaverhead-Deerlodge offers a scenic escape for camping, paddling, mountain hikes, and lakeside lounging. A host of campgrounds fill this 3.3 million-acre forest, with everything from cabin rentals and group camping to dispersed tent camping and RV campsites. Enjoy stunning mountain views in every season, but check campground amenities to see which spots offer winter access if visiting in the colder months.

Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest

Spanning seven mountain ranges, Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest is an outdoor hub for camping, hiking, horseback riding, and snow sports. Chase adrenaline in the winter with skiing and snowmobiling along the peaks, or wander through the meadows on scenic summer walking trails. For a unique holiday celebration, pick up a permit to cut a Christmas tree from the national forest. Find easy access to natural beauty with a stay at one of the forest’s many campgrounds, where most tent camping, RV campsites, and cabins offer basic amenities like toilets and drinking water.

When to go

Camping near Virginia City is most popular from June to September, when warm summer days make it inviting to explore mountain trails and lakeside hikes. Temperatures average in the low 80s. Nights can get chilly during the shoulder season, so bring extra layers to keep evenings around the campfire fun and cozy. Snowy winters make Montana an exciting destination for snow sports and winter scenery. Check up on Montana’s road condition report to plan a route through parks and forests.

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