August 10, 2019 - reviewed by Trish Morman
A Great Park
We stopped for the night and decided to stay 3 days. This is a lovely park. The shade trees are wonderful. Highly recommend!
July 20, 2019 - reviewed by B and M
Views And More Views
Very wooded with lotsa shade-
Lotsa rm between sites-
Site 31 looks at snow capped mts and valleys in the distance-(NO SEWER but there’s a dump)
Stayed only 1 nite but will tell others to ck out this campground-
Cute little western town-
Local Grocery store is ok- not great
Internet a little slow-
Pricey but so is everywhere-
FYI-watch where u walk. Not everyone p/u dog poop-
August 8, 2018 - reviewed by Steve Martin
We stayed only one night but loved this park. Extremely clean with great shaded sites and a friendly staff. Great history in the area. A must if traveling through the area.
July 28, 2018 - reviewed by Laura
Was very expensive for what you get. The bathroom is small and always full. Rates are for two people and they charge extra for each person over that. Pool doesn't work
July 17, 2018 - reviewed by RPF
The majority of RV and trailer sites do not have sewer and are the most uneven I've ever encountered. It used to have a pool, but it's just an empty hole in the ground now.
I have to work from the road and Internet access is a must. The wifi access points are up and running, but the Internet has been inaccessible for two days because of a power outage. They can't even run credit cards in the office because of it. The bathrooms and showers are old and dirty.
There is significant tree cover, which is nice, but I would avoid this place for anything other than a night or two.
Update: Even when the Internet is working, it's incredibly slow. I ran a speed test and got .2 mbs download speeds. If you need to work from the road and rely on the campground's Internet, avoid this place.
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by Terrie
Very nice rv site. Had to move a couple of times due to our late reservation and a full park. Plenty of room for our 39ft plus pull behind. Would stay again.
September 20, 2017 - reviewed by Diane
Nice, quiet, clean park. The host Mike was very helpful. Would stay again.
September 14, 2016 - reviewed by Mary Rowell
Clean campground and helpful host. This was once a KOA, pricey like KOA. No cable tv but Internet.
June 14, 2016 - reviewed by TexasGal54
Oasis of A park
An oasis of a park, nestled in mature pine and Russian olive trees, and beautifully kept grounds. Stay 6 nites, get 7th free. $38/night + tax, 30 amp. Camp Three Forks has 65 pull-thrus (31x63), 13 FHU sites, many with new 50amp pedestals, 21 tent sites and 4 cabin rentals units (12x12', full bed & 2 bunks, bring own linens). Strong Wi-Fi, good OTA signal (10-15 channels), laundry, clean restrooms/showers. Lovely dog walking areas, spacious gravel sites, some more level than other, but the key is easy access to IH90/287S. 30 mi from Bozeman; Butte is 1 hr west. 15 miles to Lewis & Clark Caverns. Park is Quiet and peaceful. Friendly Work Campers were great, easy check-in and escorted us to our site. Hand dipped ice cream $2 and small gift shop. This was our 3rd visit, in a 37' Travel Trailer. Handles big rigs with ease. Would come again if traveling this way!
May 13, 2016 - reviewed by CampDuo
Okay, I Guess...
Stayed here in Sept 2015. Roomy sites, lots of shade, quiet. Great for overnight but that's all. Upkeep seems lacking. Needs a full time campkeeper to tidy up. Pool closed for season?
July 16, 2015 - reviewed by Connie Everett
Nice park. Sites are adequate for big rigs, but only 30 amp service. Well maintained grounds.