The KOA at Livingstone MT is very nice. If you like to dry camp, there are beautiful places in the National Forest. You can check on line with the Forest Service. We have camped south and east of White Sulfur Springs.
It really depends on what you want to do, really; Fish, Hike, Boat, tourist, etc.
Lots of places to go and do, what do you want to do while there?
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I really liked georgetown lake near Anaconda. Between there and philisburg there is a pay to play sapphire mine. they had a nice free campground. We have been there several times. If you are in missoula visit the smoke jumper base and rocky mountain elk foundation.
John & Judy
2007 Winnebago Access 31C
2008 Ford Focus
NFS Red Cliff Campground on HWY 191 between West Yellowstone and Bozeman, MT is a good place to camp. It is on the Gallatin River, with some electric sites, fishing, hiking, rock climbing. Sites can be reserved. There are some more NFS campgrounds on the river going north toward Bozeman. This is a beautiful drive if you are traveling through Yellowstone and come out in West Yellowstone, MT.
Dixie and the Goldendoodles, Nikkibear and Gus
2012 Roadtrek SS Agile