Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Campground Review: Campground St Regis, St Regis, MT

Campground St Regis is a lovely little private campground. Gravel roads, dirt sites, each with a picnic table and fire pit. Lots of grass and a variety of beautiful mature trees. There are 72 sites, including full hook ups with 50amp service, some very long pull throughs, and some smaller sites with minimal or no hook ups. Excellent site separation, especially for the pull through sites.

Amenities include: heated pool, laundry, restrooms/showers, game room, small store, excellent park wifi. We also had excellent 4G Verizon service. Everything in the park is very clean. Hosts were very friendly. We paid $28 per night.

There is only ONE drawback to this campground: it's about one tenth of a mile from Interstate 90. BUT you cannot see the freeway, you just hear it!

Bonus camping info nearby: We discovered Sloway National Forest Campground just four miles East of St Regis, off I-90. Very nice forest service park with some HUGE paved sites, some along the Clark Fork River, no hookups. Once again, the only drawback is freeway noise and train tracks nearby...otherwise, this is a wonderful park for $10/night. Right on the river, including float access.

Both of these parks are definitely worth staying at if you are in the area. Here are photos of Campground St Regis:

We are in site 33, with reasonable spacing between sites.

Open grassy area adjacent to the pool.
50amp pull throughs across the way.

Office/laundry/restrooms/game room in the background.

Dead tree stumps throughout the park have been carved.

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