Woodbine Campground


Woodbine Campground is located along the Stillwater River. It is a short walk from the Stillwater Trail (#24) and Woodbine Falls Trail (#93). Fully paved campground with paved spurs at the end of the Stillwater River Road #2400.  Old Nye Picnic Ground and Fishing Access are also located in the Stillwater River drainage.

There is a 16 day maximum stay in all Beartooth Ranger District campgrounds. For a road map of the area, which shows campground locations, please see our Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM). For trail maps of the area, please see our Stillwater Area Map or our Lake Plateau Area Map.

Reservations:
Reservations can be made up to 24 hours in advance of stay.
Reservations can be made up to 6 months in advance of your stay.
To make a reservation, find a campground map or for more details visit Recreation.gov.
1-877-444-6777

100% of this campground is by reservations only. Be advised that this campground is very popular and may fill up on during the summer months, especially on weekends and holidays. You should plan accordingly, make a reservation if possible, or arrive early to ensure there is a space available for the night.  Some sites equipped with bear resistant food storage lockers.  See site amenities in reservation system.
 

At a Glance

Fees: $20.00 site fee
  • $10 each additional vehicle
  • $6 day use campground fee for over ½ hour
  • 1/2 price with Senior and Access Pass
Group sites:
Sites #1 and #44: max 16 people, 3 cars
  • 1-8 people: $17
  • 9-16 people: $34
Usage: Heavy
Closest Towns: Nye, MT, Absarokee, MT
Water: Potable Water
Restroom: Yes
Operated By: Gallatin Canyon Campgrounds
Information Center: Beartooth Ranger District Office
6811 US Hwy 212
Red Lodge, MT 59068
(406) 446-2103

General Information

Directions:

30 miles west of Red Lodge on MT 78, 29 miles west of Fishtail on MT 419.

Directions from Beartooth Ranger District office:
Drive north on US Hwy 212 for 2.1 miles. Turn left (west) onto MT-78 and drive 30 miles. Turn left (west) onto MT-419 towards Fishtail. Drive through Nye and past the Stillwater Mine for 28.7 miles turn right into the campground.


General Notes:
  • Camp sites: 44
  • Host: Yes
  • Trash Pickup: Bear resistant dumpster located at camp ground
  • Firewood: Yes. $7.00 / bundle. Don't move firewood to other areas or bring in outside firewood. Prevent the spread of tree-killing insects by getting firewood near your destination or buying it from the campground host.

Accessibility:

Toilets and 5 campsites. 


Parking:

Max Trailer Length: 90ft


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

Campground Camping

Group Camping

River and Stream Fishing

The Stillwater River is a very popular place to fish. For detailed fishing information on the Stillwater River, please go to FishMT

Day Hiking

Woodbine Falls Trail (# 93) and the Stillwater Trail (# 24) are both popular options for day hikes.

Viewing Scenery

The first mile of the Stillwater Trail follows the river where it rages through a small canyon. This is a very scenic walk. Further up the Stillwater Trail is Sioux Charlie Lake.

Woodbine Falls is also a very scenic, but short walk.

Picnicking

Picnicking is allowed in vacant campsites. If visitors stay 30 minutes or less, the site is free. For longer day-use stays, the fee is half price the overnight fee. The overnight fee for Woodbine Campground is $19 per site.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
45.353313

  Longitude : 
-109.897844

  Elevation : 
5244