Livingston, MT Camping Guide

Whether you’re looking for a full-service RV park or a piece of ground to set up a tent, there are lots of options for campers near Livingston, Montana.

 

Livingston, MT Private Campgrounds & RV Parks

Livingston Campground

The campground is in Livingston, near local restaurants, shops and motels. Laundry facilities, showers; cable, sewer, electric and water hook-ups; and dump station are available at the campground. Free Wi-Fi, overnight horse and equine facilities. 406 222-1122 | 9 Rogers Lane | Livingston, MT | 59047

Livingston/Paradise Valley KOA

Towering cottonwoods shade this mountain country KOA unfolding along the Yellowstone River in southwest Montana. Campers are never much more than a long cast from KOA’s 500 feet of frontage on the Yellowstone, a blue-ribbon trout stream.  163 Pine Creek Road | Livingston, MT | 59047

Osens RV Park and Campground

Osens RV Park and Campground is a full service facility that features pull-thru and back-in sites with electric and cable hookups. Tent sites are also available and there is a new bathhouse facility. 406 222-0591 | 20 Merrill Lane | Livingston, MT | 59047

Rock Canyon RV Park

Rock Canyon RV Park is located three miles south of Livingston on US 89. The campground features 10 tent sites and 26 trailer sites with full hookups. Guests of the campground can fish in Yellowstone River if in possession of a fishing license. Laundry and showers are available at the RV Park.  406 222-1096  | 5070 Highway 89 South #24 | Livingston, MT | 59047

Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park

Featuring 3,000 ft of property along the Yellowstone River, the Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park offers a myriad of recreational activities in the surrounding area. The campground features a store that offers camping supplies, beer and wine and artwork. Shower, laundry and toilet facilities are on the premises.  406 333-4036  | 3502 Highway 89 South | Livingston, MT | 59047


National Forest Service Campgrounds near Livingston, MT

Canyon Campground

This campground along the Yellowstone River has 18 sites and accessible facilities. There are fire grates, tables and toilets. There is no water. This campground does not use a reservation system, it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends and holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a space available for the night. The campground is open all year. Campground roads  are not suitable for vehicles longer than 48 feet. Drive 16 miles north of Gardiner on US 89. 406 848-7375

Halfmoon Campground

This campground in the east side of the Crazy Mountains is at an elevation of 6,500 feet and covers an area of 3 acres. It is a basic campground with 12 campsites, restrooms and drinking water provided (Memorial Day through Labor Day). This is a pack it in, pack it out campsite. Firewood is not provided. Fishing may be enjoyed by the angler nearby. This campground does not use a reservation system, it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends and holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a space available for the night. Access is limited during the fall and winter due to snow. The access road is not suitable for vehicles longer than 32 feet. Drive 11 miles north of Big Timber on US 191, then 12 miles west on Big Timber Canyon Rd. 406 222-1892

Loch Leven Campground

Loch Leven Campground and Fishing Access Site is located on the edge of the Yellowstone River. There are 30 tent and trailer campsites, latrines, water and a boat launch.  Drive nine miles south of Livingston on US 89. 406 994-4042

Pine Creek Campground

Pine Creek Campground is located in the Gallatin National Forest in southwest Montana. There are 26 campsites and a reservation only group campsite.  Trails to Pine Creek Falls and Pine Creek Lake leave from the campground. There are five handicapped accessible toilets, fire pits and picnic tables. Drinking water and trash service are provided. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Make reservations at http://www.recreation.gov. Drive 9 miles south of Livingston on US 89, then 6 miles east on Pine Creek Rd (narrow winding road). 406 222-1892

Shields River Dispersed Site

Shields River campground is a primitive campsite with a six-table picnic area on the Shields River. There is a vault toilet and 22-foot RV limit. There is excellent fishing in the Shields River and headwaters for whitefish or Yellowstone cutthroat. The best fishing is from the mouth to Willow Creek and from Bennett Creek to Lodgepole Creek. Depending on weather conditions, the campground may be open from Memorial Day to early September.  ATV use is prohibited in the area from January through April to control erosion. Travel 28 miles north of Livingston on US Highway 89 to Wilsall.
Then travel northeast 24 miles on Shields River Road. This is a no reservation, no fee area.  406 222-1892

Snowbank Campground

Snowbank Campground is located in the Mill Creek drainage in Absaroka Range. There are 11 sites with a group camping site available. Group camping site is available by reservation only. This campground has toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, and fishing access. Drinking water and trash service are provided. Firewood is available for purchase. The campground is open Memorial Day – September with reduced services October – November and closed to vehicles December – May. Drive 15 miles south of Livingston on US Highway 89; then east on Mill Creek Road for 12 miles. Make reservations at http://www.recreation.gov.  406 222-1892

Tom Miner Campground

There are 16 sites plus two group sites at this campground at the east end of Tom Miner Basin. There are food boxes (it’s bear country) and restrooms. The campground is open from  June 1 – October 31(weather dependant) and the access road is not suitable for vehicles longer than 42 feet. This campground does not use a reservation system, it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends and holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a space available for the night. Drive 37 miles south of Livingston on US 89, 12 mi SW on Tom Miner Rd. 406 848-7375

West Boulder Campground

This campground has 10 sites, no trash service and no firewood.  It’s located near trails into the Absaroka Mountains and great fishing areas. The campground is open year round, but water is available only from Memorial Day to Labor Day and the access road is not suitable for vehicles longer than 20 feet. This campground does not use a reservation system; it is managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Be aware the campground may fill up on weekends and holidays during the summer months and you should arrive in the early afternoon to ensure there is a space available for the night. Drive16 miles south of Big Timber on US 298,  then 6.5 miles southwest on County Rd 30,  turn left and drive 8 miles southwest on West Boulder Rd. 406 932-5155