September 2, 2021 - reviewed by Montana Fiver
Easy entrance. Office staff reads the riot act about the park when checking in. Owner has the personality of a crowbar. Nice wide open park with few shade trees, picnic tables and no cable TV. WI-FI was very poor. All sites are gravel and relatively level. CAUTION: If using a GPS, ignore all directions from Butte on I-90. You’ll go down some of roughest dirt roads on earth. It will dead end on private property and it is very very difficult to turn around. Simply exit I-90 at exit 208, the Fairmont exit.
August 19, 2021 - reviewed by Jim Siekman
Nice Stop Over
We found the owners fine and had no issues as other reviews stated. This was a great find and stop over on our way to glacier. Gravel roads and as others stated some sites close together. We stayed in site 72 and 40' 5th wheel and truck fit fine. Neighbors in this site not right next to you. It was quite and peaceful place. Also as stated no table, but we have our own. For a gravel top campground we found this way better than most we have stayed in. Great connections and water pressure. We would stay here again for sure. We gave it 5 stars vs other gravel top campgrounds.
May 2, 2021 - reviewed by Making18summerscount.Com
We stayed Friday through Monday morning, early May and only about 15 campers, lots of room, soft fairly level sites with loose rock and dirt, be sure to use pads under your stabilizers. Great hosts. Fairmont hot springs not open to public, so you must stay at resort or this RV park. You will get a pass to be allowed into hot springs, but must still pay entry fees. Great accommodations for family and advocating for children running around 5mph speed limit enforced. Old world, a Jack Nicklaus golf course is about 20 mins away in Anaconda.
August 19, 2020 - reviewed by Hank
Nice spread out park. Our pull thru was level. Our 34’ class A with tow fit nicely. No picknik table. Great WiFi. Down side is I could not get any OTA tv from Butte. Glad I had a satellite. 55 psi water pressure. Gonna go to Butte tomorrow and check out the historic area. Heading to Glacier Park in 2 days. Good stop .
July 31, 2020 - reviewed by Till We Meet Again
Gravel pads, limited trees, no fire pits, small space between campers(basically looking at your neighbors sewer, water, and electricity hook ups.) Price doesn't include access to the hot springs.
Quiet, no train noise, no busy roads, excellent hot springs access. Fun back country access. Great steakhouse in town.
July 25, 2020 - reviewed by Wink1953
Very well Kept Place
Great place and very well kept. Like that you have a grass area. Highly recommend
July 12, 2020 - reviewed by BJH
Nice park. Beautiful views. Decently spaced. Quiet. Had our 23 ft travel trailer on back-in site with large tree. Shady and private. But no picnic tables. One bathroom.
July 8, 2020 - reviewed by Norm
Second time here these owners are great. Nice clean facilities. A great quiet place to stay. I’ll be back!
June 21, 2020 - reviewed by Rick M.
Facility is fine. A previous post mentioned the owners were asses and i just assumed the people probably deserved it. Well they jumped on us for parking the wrong direction, how were we to know. Later said he has us on video us of cutting through site with truck, i wagered 100 bucks against his 10 to prove it, he backed down. They don't deserve your business. They act like guards at the prison.
March 28, 2020 - reviewed by Bill
We arrived after a long drive to find everything closed, owner rude, and gravel surface soft and not compacted allowing my tires to sink and lose traction. To top things off, they charged $60 for one night, usuary at best for a cold rainy night enroute home with everything closed; a soak would sure have been nice.
August 24, 2019 - reviewed by The Grey Ghost
Nice park. FHUs 50 amp. Level gravel parking with plenty of room between sites. Easy in and out. Pretty good wifi. Far enough off freeway to be quiet. Next door to Fairmont hot springs. With walking path between. Less than 20 miles from Butte and Anaconda. Good AT&T cell signal and clear areas for satellite TV.
August 9, 2019 - reviewed by Metalmantex
Close to Butte if you need anything.
Nice laundry, nice owners would come back.
Could use a few more trees.
June 19, 2019 - reviewed by Mrs Bowman
We stayed here for 2 nights. It’s a nice park. The sites are grassy and a good size with gravel landing pad. Our site sloped down in the front, but we got it level enough. Roads are well maintained gravel and easy to navigate. There are some mature trees for shade. Staff is friendly and helpful, with good knowledge of the local area and history. Nice and quiet. We watched Pronghorn grazing behind the park. We would stay here again.
June 2, 2019 - reviewed by Kathy And John Holmes
Great Park For Children And Dogs
This park is off the road and has plenty of land for dog walking and playground for children. Owners were very nice. WiFi good enough for us but maybe not for gamers. Close to the hot springs resort which would fun for family if staying long enough. We would stay again.
March 4, 2019 - reviewed by Montana Mama
I'd Stay Again
Open in the winter! This is a great place to stay if you want to hit Fairmont Hot Springs. The bathrooms are very clean, the host are very gracious, call ahead in the winter so they can plow out a spot for you! Plenty of room for a 34 foot fifth wheel and a crew cab long box pickup.
October 19, 2018 - reviewed by Ken J
Keeps Getting Better
We have stayed here several times and it keeps getting better! The sites are large with plenty of room. There use to be back in sites up top but they have replaced them with great pull thrus with awesome views. We have a big rig and there is no problem getting around, easy in and easy out.
September 9, 2018 - reviewed by Olehoss
Didn’t stay as they wanted over $50 per night so went on down the road to Deer Lodge and found a really nice park for $37
August 13, 2018 - reviewed by Jimbob
Only one of the two showers worked in the men's side and neither on the woman's side.
June 28, 2018 - reviewed by Bill
Stayed here 4 days....gravel spaces with plenty of room. Dan and his son Joe are owners. Did not use restrooms so no comment there.
Wife used laundry area and said it was dirty and needed attention.
Its about 10 miles from Anaconda.
Wifi really sucks or almost non existent. We explored the area in our jeep and found very peaceful scenery. Will stay again if in area.
June 10, 2018 - reviewed by Rob gocke
Nice park with very clean restrooms and helpful staff but internet is practically worthless
September 23, 2017 - reviewed by Sumner Travelers
Got caught in a snow storm, pulled to spend the night. Ended up staying two. Hot springs next door... very clean showers bathrooms... Dan and joe.. father and son.. great people.. we went back on our return trip.. and will definitely stay again..
August 5, 2017 - reviewed by Marie
Clean And Convenient
Very nice park. Clean restrooms. Convenient location for Phillipsburg, anaconda , and butte.
July 15, 2017 - reviewed by Campsmiths
This park was beautiful! Friendly staff and great location if you're traveling on I-90. Nice views. Would definitely stay here again. Be advised that even when you put in 2700 in your GPS, it's still about another mile south of where the GPS says it is. 2 miles off interstate on Fairmont.
May 16, 2017 - reviewed by SLB
Stopped here passing by for a night, stayed 5. This place was great, quiet, off the highway which was wonderful. Next door to the Hot Springs, and within 12 miles of Butte. New owners, father/son really fixing the place up. Great location, will stay here if we ever pass this way again.
July 15, 2015 - reviewed by Kim
Good camp store, clean bathrooms, great owner who is knowledgeable about RV maintainable. Adjacent to Fairmont Hot Springs and Golfing, both excellent facilities. Sites are large. This park fills up so reservations are a good idea.