Golden Skyfall is a stunning 170 acre sustainable farm located 15 miles from Bozeman, MT and 45 miles to Yellowstone Park. World Class Bird and Wildlife watching. 5 huge mountain ranges can be seen from this working farm with hiking and bike trails throughout depending on the season. There is honey made on the farm and organic vegetables when in season. Bring your own camp gear or car camping set up. There is a water spigot at the creek. If you are ever wondering why they call Montana 'Big Sky Country', this place will solve that mystery.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Golden Skyfall Tent Camping
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Golden skyfall is a beautiful and unique place to spend the night. 360 degree panorama views of several different mountain ranges make for a spectacular show when the sun goes down. The owner Nick is super laid back, easy going and a great host. A great place to crash if you're passing through on I90 or are in the area.
The spot where we camped was amazing. We were surrounded by wheat fields and incredible mountain views. We had our three kids with us and it felt like it was just our family. There were other campers but we couldn't see them from where we were.
Nick was great and I would recommend this spot to anyone looking to camp just outside of Bozeman.
Loved the place! We didn't arrive until after 10pm and it was easy to find at night. The whole setup at the campsite was perfect. The views in the morning were awesome. We wish we could have seen sunset (we arrived at dark) and mountains. ( there was a fire that caused some smoke to obstruct the view). Would highly recommended to people in the area. We met nick and he was so nice and gave us some good traveling/ breakfast suggestions :)
We would give this campsite a 5/5 stars. To be fair, though, you may be a bit skeptical when you first show up. Let that go immediately. This place is awesome. The 360 degree views of the mountains ranges paired with the feeling of solitude make for a memorable experience. The stars were some of the best we've seen so close to a city. We had a hard time leaving. Get to know Nick and his friends. Hearing about their dream for the property and the work they are currently doing to make the dream a reality is inspirational and made for great memories. Stay at this place, and experience something special.
Although wildfire smoke obscured our views of the surrounding mountain ranges, we still had pretty views of the countryside. Directions were easy to follow and it was a seamless transaction. Outhouse, water and flat ground for tents were provided. There is also a "patio" area with a couple tables, chairs and a grill. We didn't use them, but they were a nice addition. Heard coyotes yipping a few times around sunset. A freakishly fierce windstorm came up around 11:00pm and nearly took down our tent with 50+mph winds but we survived. All in all a cool experience for the evening.