Missoula, MT is the perfect base for exploring the west. Half-way between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks and located on I-90, the thoroughfare to the west, Missoula is the place to set up camp. Missoula RV parks allow you to enjoy the amenities of the city, the comforts of home, and the mobility to explore.
With its ideal location, Missoula is home to many RV parks. Consider the RV park your private campground. Grill out and enjoy dinner on one of the provided picnic tables or jump into Missoula and dine at one of the many restaurants. Have you been putting off mechanical issues? Your proximity to Missoula will leave you with plenty of garage options.
- Amenities: Most of Missoula's RV parks boast a number of amenities that aim to please, like cable, wi-fi, sewer hook up, laundry facilities and shade trees, while others, although pleasing, offer only bare bones services. Look carefully at each RV Park to determine what amenities they have and which ones you can't live without.
- Cost: In the Missoula area, RV Parks run between $12 and $46. Obviously, the amenities will vary considerably. Most are open from May thru September, but if you look carefully a few are open year round. If you will be staying over a holiday weekend, it is a good idea to make a reservation as RV sights will fill up.
Missoula camping is also available at many public campgrounds. These may not boast swimming pools and wi-fi, but they are generally located in more primitive locations giving you a greater opportunity for a truly wild experience.
Access to hiking trails and creeks is often the norm. With natural attractions just around the bend, you will beat the rush as you wake up and hike directly to them from your campsite or pull-thru site.
National Forest areas are a good place to look for public campgrounds. Luckily, Missoula is surrounded by national forests, parks, and wilderness areas. Close to Missoula you will find the Bitterroot Flats campsite along beautiful Rock Creek, or further into Lolo National Forest there are the Grizzly and Lee Creek campsites.