Grassy shade in the morning and evening, Cottonwood grove is a dream. This site has a level tent site, room for a big RV and a secluded 'grotto'. It's a private spot, but still near to the outdoor farm kitchen. We provide you with a propane fire ring, Adariondak chairs, a shade umbrella and a dining table with 4 chairs. Tent Campers, the Portapotty is about 300 yards away
Grassy shade in the morning and evening, Cottonwood grove is a dream. This site has a level tent site, room for a big RV and a secluded 'grotto'. It's a private spot, but still near to the outdoor farm kitchen. We provide you with a propane fire ring, Adariondak chairs, a shade umbrella and a dining table with 4 chairs. Tent Campers, the Portapotty is about 300 yards away! Our produce farm is just to the east, cow pasture to the south, Burlington Northern Rail line runs (fairly often) near the west border and an open grassy meadow, that leads to an established cliff side trail, fills the north side. Your pets are welcome, please, be prepared to contain them if needed. See our listing "Tiny Creek" for other great kid friendly sites! Birdwatchers and Stargazers encouraged!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Baked Brie with fig jam and walnuts
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Homemade Hand Pies
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Bags of crushed or block ICE
Clean bagged ice in 10# bags.
Cedar Rose Nursery Gift shop
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River access drop off Service
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Honey off the Farm
1/2 pint jars of raw honey are $8.00.
'Out-building' kitchen, with gas stove, fridge, toaster, blender, ice cream ...Read more
Fresh and local! Multi color & Various sizes.
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
10 miles of riverbottom trails very near by!
Fairweather fishing access has a boat ramp, its about 3 miles away.
Missouri River acess is about 3 miles away, there is also a small perch pond for catch & release
Miles of fields, draws, gulches, riverbottom meadows, benches with vistas, and cliffs right on the property!
If you have your own!
Missouri river is about 3 miles away! Super nice to paddleboard on! We can drop you off with enough notice.
Missouri River is about 3 miles away, there's a nice access with facilities and plenty of parking!
BIRDS! so many Birds!! Ive counted 43 different birds in 3 days! you might see deer and foxes and sometimes a coyote.
Natural features you'll find at Cottonwood Grove in Montana.
Open dryland pasture, great for flying a kite!
River, stream, or creek
The Missouri river is about a 1/4 mile walk or a 3 mile drive to a fishing access
We have a shallow pond and lots of wild ducks, turtles, muskrats, maybe a garder snake, some frogs, and so many birds!
We operate a produce farm, with a monthy farmers maket, please see our profile for dates!
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
I had such a great time at Morgan and Chris'. It's by far my favorite hipcamp that I have ever stayed at. They were super communicative and gracious hosts. The spot was very private with its own seating area, umbrella, and propane fire pit. The land is huge with lots to explore. No cell service, but the wifi worked just fine and I was able to work remotely from the seating area and even join video meetings. Only 40 minutes to Bozeman and 1.5 hours to Big Sky. If I am ever in the area again I would come back 10/10!
Morgan and Chris were phenomenal hosts and awesome to talk to. They were so accommodating and down to earth, they even gave us fresh delicious veggies from their farm! All their animals (horses, dogs, cats, fish, and ducks!) were so welcoming and gentle. It was wonderful to hear they were part of their community as farmers, artists, and firefighters. Definitely recommend checking out their place!!
Fun, unique farm stay
Loved our stay! Our site was under the shade of trees in a field near the hosts' greenhouse, home and workroom. Chairs, a bench and a propane campfire under the trees made a lovely spot to enjoy coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evenings. The site was private and very quiet. The hosts were delightful–super responsive, helpful & friendly while still affording us our privacy. Morgan led us to our site, and then dropped by later with fresh veggies from her garden, as well as the fresh eggs and honey that we purchased. We took advantage of the opportunity to kayak down the nearby river, which was lovely–Morgan shuttled us with our kayak. The farm itself is about 15 miles from hwy 90 on a 2-lane winding road that leads you back into a large valley. The last 1/4 mile to the farm is gravel, and the path to the site is a bit rutted and bumpy, but we made it fine in our 32' MH. Railroad tracks run near the property, and freight trains run fairly regularly, but we found the this to be both exciting and nostalgic, rather than bothersome. Would definitely recommend!