Great Falls offers many basecamp opportunities to enjoy the stars under the Big Sky.
Dick’s RV Park | 1403 11th Street SW | 406-452-0333
Dick’s RV Park offers 20 tent sites and 140 RV sites. Propane, cable TV, gifts, and free Wi-Fi are available at Dick’s. Full hookups are available and include cable and Wi-Fi. Goodsam, AAA, and FMCA discounts are honored.
KOA Great Falls | 1500 51st Street S | 406-727-3191
The Great Falls KOA is open year-round. The campground offers private bathrooms, free firewood and a gift shop. There are spectacular views of the landscape and nearby you can enjoy swimming, fishing, Giant Springs State Park and waterfalls. Activities include waterslides, hot tubs, game room, playground, beach volleyball, basketball, bike rentals, trolley service, trails, live music and more. Relax at your deluxe cabin, tent, or RV site.
Highwood Mountains Thain Creek Campground | Thain Creek Rd | 406-566-2292
Thain Creek Campground is at a 4,700-foot elevation in the Highwoods Mountains. Thain Creek includes 16 campsites and 3 picnic sites. Fishing for brook and rainbow trout in Briggs Creek and Thain Creek. Hike up to Windy Mountain and back on a 6-mile loop trail for a great view of the surrounding plains and faraway mountains. Other hikes are along Briggs Creek or on the Highwood nature trail.
Little Belt Mountains | US HWY 89 | 406-791-7700
With an expansive list of campgrounds and varying amenities, the Little Belt Mountains provide for camping in cabins, RVs, and tents with easy access from the highway. The Little Belt Mountains are a short drive from Great Falls, Montana. Situated in the Lewis and Clark National Forest, the primary uses include recreation and logging. The highest point in the Little Belts is Big Baldy which rises to 9,175 feet [2,797 meters]. The Little Belts are home to black bear, elk, white-tailed and mule deer and make hiking and nature photography a favored activity.