Conveniently located just off Interstate 90, this forested campground with nature trail is a nice break from traveling on the highway. It's a great place to stretch your legs, warm by a campfire, or enjoy the aromas of the pine forest. Roads and spurs are paved.
At a Glance
No reservations are taken. The campground is first come, first served.
Directions: Off Interstate 90, either east or westbound, this campground is located 11 miles east of Superior, Montana. There is no exit ramp so follow the campground signs, and drive through the rest area to access the campground entrance. General Notes: Campsites have picnic tables and fire rings. Recycling bins. Within walking distance of the Clark Fork River. Self-guided nature trail. Waste disposal site ($2 fee for dumping if not staying overnight). Gas and groceries within 11 miles. Host on site.
This campground has pull-through sites for larger vehicles, a waste disposal site ($2 fee for dumping if not staying overnight), and paved roads and spurs. There is a 14-foot tunnel connecting the campground (interstate underpass); most RVs and fifth-wheels have no problem pulling through.
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This highway-side campground is easy to access and has a great "woodsy" feel despite its proximity to the interstate. The roads are paved.
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0.5 mile in length, this nature trail is "self-guided." Using a brochure from the trailhead and markers along the way, learn about the flora, fauna, and history of the area - including osprey, lichen, and mining.