SW Montana Campsites for RV Boondocking

These are the SW Montana Campsites we've occupied in our RV Boondocking Travels. The Arbitrary lines I've drawn to mark off the Northern border of the SW Quarter of the state is an East/West line through Missoula and Lewistown. The eastern boundaryis a line from Big Timber through Box Elder


Sula

Indian Trees Campground

Elevation: approximately 5128'

Bitterroot National Forest
1801 North 1st
Hamilton, MT 59840

406-363-7100

Type of Camp: Developed Campground Fee: $10 Golden access and other interagency passes are accepted.

Number of Sites: 16

Rig Size Limitations: 50' +-Paved sites

Road Surface: paved road and sites

Cell Signal: sufficient signal without amplfication for air card to function on verizon in the Higher sites.Voice signal would not carry a call without amplifier.

Indian Trees Campground, Bitterroot National Forest



Directions: 5.6 miles south of Sula on Highway 93. Turn west on to forest road #729 (Right at the bottom of Lost Trail Pass) and follow for approximately 1 mile

How I found This Camp: The Bitterroot National Forest Website

Season/Month I Observed: Mid June Weather I experienced From cold and windy to warm and sunny over 4 days

Available Services Noted:

  • Fresh Water:
  • Fresh water in the campground
  • Dump Station:
  • Fuel:
  • Sula, Montana (Cheaper in Darby or Hamilton)
  • Medical:
  • Banking:
  • Darby or Hamilton, Montana
  • Repair Shops:
  • Grocery:
  • Darby Montana
  • Hardware:
  • WiFi:
  • Veterinarian:


Comments:

Several old logging roads take off from the vicinity of the campground either for four wheel drive, ATV or hiking.

There are Bears and Wolves in the area. A clean camp and keeping close tabs on yourdogs and/or cats is a necessity.

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RV Boondocking Campsites

If your confidence is lacking to find your own genuine, full, RV Boondocking campsite, Do this.

Stay in one of the developed campgrounds. You're still boondocking. From there, make daytrips checking on Campsites using This campsite search method.

When your confidence has grown sufficient, you can start going straight there rather than the short stay in a paid, developed camp.

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