June 20, 2020 - reviewed by Not So Happy Camper
This campground is paved but can be tight getting in and out. A large amount of people who stay here live there and they park their cars in the way, and your spot. We had to wait until someone moved their truck before we could back in. Also, there is a run down trailer park behind you, the train runs thoughout the night blasting the horn, and noisey people from the trailer park. Ok, for an overnight stay but we won't be back.
March 1, 2020 - reviewed by J. Sears
Billings Village is a very nice facility. For winter camping- pads ( asphalt), water and sewer are very useable in cold weather. We stayed here for 5 days in Feb. and had a trouble free good time. Rates are a tad pricey, but that's how it is in Billings.
September 20, 2019 - reviewed by Rob S
Stoped here for overnight. Clean place and friendly owners. Very helpful with information on where to go and how to get there. Would stay again.
September 16, 2019 - reviewed by Dale R
Very nice place and nice people. Clean and quiet will definitely be back.
July 6, 2019 - reviewed by Haybeep
I am very picky about bathrooms and this place was amazingly clean. Small park, very nice folks. Near highway 90. All paved site!
August 27, 2018 - reviewed by Frank Neidenbach
This Place Is Now Billings Village RV
All back in sites. Full hookup. Neat and clean. Crowded close together spaces. Shady. No dog run. Poor cable.
Host was friendly. Level site. Good cabel tv. Not bad for one night.
August 15, 2018 - reviewed by Paula
Warning! 15# weight dog limit, unless a service animal. On a waiting list currently as we are trying to support a family medical situation. Not sure about this place right now as information has changed from one day to the next... Seems disorganized...
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by Bruce C
Stopover In Billings
Primarily Three Rv parks to choose from in Billings.
Why they are so expensive is beyond me, so we selected based on price.
Stopped for two nights.. needed truck service, food shopping, truck wash after driving on dusty gravel roads for a week. Worked fine for us.
Rv Village is a mix of old permanent single wides, seasonal workers and back in for overnighters like me.
We found it quiet, convenient to shopping, easy access to/from interstate. Fhu, cable, good WiFi.
Never heard any night trains.
About half the price of the other parks... good value for area.
We would stop again if passing by.
September 1, 2017 - reviewed by Erika
Same review as another one on here, trains blowing their loud whistle's all night long. Last train I heard was 3:30 AM. No sleep for either of us. Wi-Fi didn't work, and we needed an extra long hose to dump. Other than that sites are nice and level and the people were very nice.
August 31, 2017 - reviewed by Exhausted Traveler
Trains Blowing Horn All Night.
Trains all night. We got zero sleep. Do conductors really need to blow the horn 7 times at 3am?I think we heard 4 or 5 different trains in once night. If you need rest for the road, Bring earplugs! Otherwise the park is clean and adequate. Ugh! So tired and 8 hours of driving ahead. :/
July 6, 2017 - reviewed by Molly Erickson
Friendly. Clean nice bathroom and showers. Quiet. Train near by but not a problem. Easy parking and hook up. Everything convenient. We liked it for an in the city location. Not far from a Walmart for supplies and restaurants.
September 12, 2016 - reviewed by Two4theroad
Nice in town park. Would stay again.