RV Parks near Superior, MT

RV Parks near Superior, MT
Superior is near the Montana/Idaho border, northwest of Helena. Superior lacks an RV park of its own, but the nearby towns provide many parks and campgrounds that offer both RV accommodations and many opportunities to pursue a variety of outdoor activities. Whether you prefer a family-oriented theme camp, a pet-friendly park or a mountain hideaway, you can find a park to fit that preference.

Campground St. Regis

Campground St. Regis--14 miles northwest of Superior--has shaded woodland sites, including 75-foot pull-throughs with full hookups, 50-amp electric and dump station access. Guests can buy propane and firewood and rent movies on site. Pets are welcome to accompany you, and a dedicated dog walk and horse boarding service are provided. The park offers a game room and heated pool to entertain travelers. For a more primitive experience, Lolo National Forest--adjacent to St. Regis--has both backpacking and day-hiking destinations. The park also allows mountain biking and road cycling.

Campground St. Regis
44 Frontage Road West
St. Regis, MT 59866
(406) 649-2470
(888) 247-8734

Nugget RV Park

Nugget RV Park of St. Regis offers 50 sites in mountain surroundings. Pull-throughs are available with 50-amp electric and free wireless Internet. Propane, RV supplies and ice are sold on site. The park has nature trails and a heated pool for guest use, or you can head out for a game of golf at the 18-hole, par-72 Trestle Creek Golf Course, also in St. Regis. The Clark Fork River and the St. Regis River are a mile from the park, and whitewater rafting trips and kayaking instruction are available through local businesses.

Nugget RV Park
1037 Old Highway 10 E
St. Regis, MT 59866
(406) 649-2122
(888) 800-0125

Jellystone RV Park

Jellystone RV Park is 57 miles southeast of Superior. The park offers paved roads with pull-through sites up to 70 feet in length. Guests can select from 20/30/50-amp electric, wireless Internet and sites with cable TV service. The park provides a dump station and sells ice and RV supplies. There are separate adult and kid's entertainment areas, plus recreation options including swimming in a heated pool, mini-golf and basketball. For a wilderness experience, the Clearwater National Forest begins only a few miles outside of Missoula. It encompasses nearly 2 million acres and the Bitteroot Mountains. The forest is filled with wilderness trails, rivers and streams for hiking and backpacking exploration. Travelers also can request a permit to harvest products of the forest.

Jellystone RV Park
9900 Jellystone Drive
Missoula, MT 59808-8425
(406) 543-9400
(800) 318-9644

Article Written By Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. She was chosen as a Smithsonian Institute intern, working for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., and has traveled throughout Asia. Moon holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Ball State University.

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