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34 acre paradise. Macheta Creek Campground is a Primitive camping spot.
Two Tipi sites -Ten Tent sites - Four RV sites for campers under 30 ft.
The crow name is bíakaataa-(girl) áashkaate’-(small creek) and this place is all girl.
Beautiful white and black aspens trees surrounded by plum and chokecherry bushes which all together will encapsulate you in to a trance by filling your heart with the beautiful songs from the canopy full of amazing song birds..
Easy hiking trails and beautiful rock formations to explore.
Communal campfire spots
GardenON YOUR OWN- Primitive CAMPING Machetta Creek Campground It’s located only 4 miles from Plenty Coup Museum and only 33 miles from Billings.
You are welcome to hike, bird watch, star gazing, along with photographing.
Our Historical sites out here are worth visiting not far from our ranch You can go to the Pryor mountains to see the Wild Horse range go hike down to the Ice Caves.
Edger bar is about 13 miles away from our camp ground. Great food and ice cold beer. Cody or Red Lodge are to the west if us Bighorn river Sheridan Wyoming to the east. Extra Large sites. RV's Tents and Hammocks welcomed. Activity stations and fun outdoor games. Informative trails signs which tell you about of the area. There is wild life here, Deer, Bears, Antelope, Porcupine and skunks. Please stay on roads or trails when walking and driving. This property has cliffs and crevices that will cause harm. You will be hiking at your own risk if you hike up to look down from the cliffs. DO NOT LET YOUR CHILDREN RUN UP TOP WITH OUT A PARENT SUPERVISION. Hiking trails are not groomed, watch for roots, limbs, rocks, ect. Pets are welcomed. Fire Danger is in effect here due to dry conditions NO FIREWORKS or SMOKING. All CAMP FIRES WILL BE IN OUR DESIGNATED SPOT. Information flyer handed out upon greeting with host. We do sell our own State inspected meats if you want to BBQ. Email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Pryor, Big Horn, Montana, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, Apsáalooke (Crow), Tséstho’e (Cheyenne), and Očhéthi Šakówiŋ First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Camey B.Joined in January 2021
5 ratings · 4 reviews
September 17, 2023
I wasn’t able to stay for my entire reservation, Camey was very kind to refund me. The area is beautiful where her camp is. Her communication was clear and kind. I hope to revisit this site again.
As expected I didn’t have cell service as I got into the area. So make sure to screenshot the site information beforehand because the app likely won’t load. And download those offline maps. Also be aware that it’s a ~2 mile gravel road leading to this property.
If you’re looking for an “off-the-beaten-path” experience I would highly recommend.
August 26, 2023
Camey was super helpful. The site was clean with fire pit and lots of options for sleeping. Wish we could have stayed longer. It’s really beautiful country.
August 20, 2023
The camp spot was definitely a site for sore eyes! After what seemed like endless flat dry miles we came to a lush green nook where Camey greeted us. We got a quick tour of cool things to explore like the cactus studded rock overlook and were turned loose. The kids loved the wild trails and the sunset was amazing. The tipi was clean and cozy and the cots were an unexpected bonus. If I can figure out the better way to arrive and leave, I will come back lol! Take Camey's directions, not google maps.
August 13, 2023
Beautiful spot to camp
Beautiful spot nestled in a small canyon overflowing with greenery. Camey generously took the time to give me a walking tour of the camp pointing out interesting details of the rock formations and all the medicinal plants. I had the place to myself… except for a very cute black bear which I happened to see as I was hiking. Not to worry, the bear didn’t come into the camp. It seemed very happy staying in it’s own canyon about a half mile away