Bozeman Montana Campgrounds

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Campgrounds

You can find public campgrounds, many of which are suited for RV Camping in the areas surrounding, Bozeman, Montana.

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  • The public campgrounds in the Bozeman area are open from May – September.
  • Maximum length of stay is 16 days.
  • Fees range from no fee to $16.00 per day.
  • These public campgrounds are administered by the Bozeman Ranger District, Gallatin National Forest, 3710 Fallon St. Suite C, Bozeman MT 59718, 406-522–2520.

The majority of the public campgrounds in the Bozeman area are administered by the Bozeman Ranger District, Gallatin National Forest, 3710 Fallon St. Suite C, Bozeman MT 59718, 406-522–2520. Each public campground offers a variety of recreational activities in unique and beautiful surroundings.

Season: Campgrounds typically open on or near Memorial Day and close by early or late September – depending on the weather.

Length of Stay:
16 days (this is sometimes limited to fewer days during the peak summer season)

Fees:
Fees range from no fee areas to $16.00 per night for the more developed campgrounds.

Camping Areas/Locations:
Some of the campgrounds closest to Bozeman, Montana include:

  • Battle Ridge Campground – Twenty-two miles north of Bozeman, this campground has 13 sites, toilets, water, and is open Memorial Day-Labor Day. It is located in the Bridger Mountains.
  • Chisholm Campground – Eighteen miles south of Bozeman, this campground has 10 sites, 45ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open May-Sept. It is a wonderful location for canoeing, hiking, fishing and mountain biking.
  • Fairy Lake Campground – Located approximately thirty miles northwest of Bozeman, this campground has 9 sites, toilets, water, and is open July-Sept. Fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing are great activities in this area.
  • Greek Creek Campground – Just 31 miles south of Bozeman, this campground has14 sites, 60ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open May-Sept. Whitewater rafting, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking and ATV riding are fun activities at this site.
  • Hood Creek Campground – Seventeen miles south of Bozeman, Hood Creek Campground has 18 sites, 50ft 18 sites, 50ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open May-Sept. This is a good base for fishing, hiking and mountain biking.
  • Langhor Campground – Just eleven miles south of Bozeman, this camping area has 9 sites, 30ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open from May-Sept. It is a good location for hiking, fishing, mountains biking and off-roading.
  • Moose Creek Flat Campground – Drive just 32 miles south of Bozeman and you will reach this campground that has 13 sites, 60ft RV limit, toilets, and is open May-Sept. There is trailhead access here to the Wilderness area, plus fine fishing, and mountain biking.
  • Red Cliff Campground – Forty-eight miles south of Bozeman is Red Cliff Campground, which has 63 sites, 50ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open May-Sept. Rafting, kayaking, fishing and hiking are all favorite activities here.
  • Spire Rock Campground – Located 26 miles southeast of Bozeman, this campground has 16 sites, 50ft RV limit, toilets, and is open May-Sept. Fishing, hiking and kayaking can all be enjoyed close to this campground.
  • Swan Creek Campground – Thirty- three miles southeast of Bozeman is Swan Creek Campground which has 13 sites, 45ft RV limit, toilets, water, and is open May-Sept. Come here to enjoy fishing, mountain biking and ATV riding.

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