August 9, 2022 - reviewed by No Name Me
Great paved COE, electric only. Good mix of shade or sunny spots. 2Bath &2shower houses, 1 in back of all loops not very privet only 2shwrs, 1 in front of loops 4total vry private. Clean Pit toilet options available all around. Lots of personal fishing boats and kayaking options. FYI don’t park on paved roads, they will make you move… saw that happen.
May 31, 2022 - reviewed by D Blankenship
This park is fabulous. Large sites offering electric only, but a dump station with drinking water is located nearby. Electric varies. Some sites offer 50 amp service. 15 tent sites available without electric.
Second year as volunteer host.
August 24, 2021 - reviewed by Jon
This was a great spot. Everyone friendly, sites large and clean. But if gnats bother you, make sure you bring insect spray!
November 2, 2020 - reviewed by Rob B
Stopped here on our way East. Lots to do in the area. Small town of Fort Peck, near by is an interesting place to visit and walk around. The interpretive center was interest as was the spillway. Great bike riding or just walking in the area. If you need supplies it is a short drive to Glasgow. The Corp always has great camp area and this is a favorite.
September 14, 2020 - reviewed by Nancy
Great place With Amazing Interpretation
Stayed here two nights. Great campground with extremely large sites and lots of room in between. Very level area and lots and lots of cottonwood trees. Close to the amazing interpretation Center about the Fort Peck Reservoir and building of the dam and spillway. Includes history of the dinosaurs in this area. Large fish tanks too. Close to the community of Fort Peck and lots of biking and walking trails that are paved which go through the park and surrounding area. $10 per night after the 50% discount for senior lifetime pass. Included pictures of the Interpretation Center.
December 6, 2018 - reviewed by June
Our visit to Downstream is an annual outing, for fishing at Fort Peck. This is the nicest RV park I've stayed in. It is paved, with mature trees for shade and beauty. There is space between sites, with picnic tables, walking/bike paths, and a path to the museum next door. The campground is well kept and quiet. The only drawback is that there are no water/sewer hookups. Oh well... hiGreat place!
August 19, 2017 - reviewed by Plonski
$9 with pass card. Saw 5 other camps before I got here this very nice. Wind picked up so staying few days and stopping travels due to wind. Tall trees and near water. Very popular glad I could get a spot. 30 amp flat paved site. Well spaced showers. A lot of boats and fishing going on
August 18, 2017 - reviewed by Rick
This has become a popular camping spot. Get reservations.
August 16, 2016 - reviewed by Lenard
Nice and clean. Well spaced sites. Shade trees on this 90 degree day.