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Beavertail Hill State Park

29895 Bonita Station Road

Visit and enjoy Beavertail Hill! One-half mile of the park is located on the Clark Fork River that provides terrific fishing and floating opportunities.


John F Herring

Friday, July 6, 2018
This place was a real pleasant surprise....Small campground" quiet and relaxing....the camp hosts were very friendly and obviously took pride in maintaining a clean, well running campground....the river that runs by the campground is beautiful....there is a fishing pond on the other side of the highway, a couple of minutes drive from the campground....Clinton Market has everything you need if you forget anything & is less than 10 miles away. There are a couple of horseshoe pits on the grounds too. Highly recommend site #7, a large pull through site which is next to the river, horseshoe pit, and close enough to water spigot and restroom.

Adrian Giordano

Monday, June 18, 2018
I'm no camping professional, but this site was one of the better ones we stopped off at on our week long camping excursion. Staff was friendly and the rate for staying with a camper was relatively modest for having power hookups. Also, if you're adventurous, you could choose to stay in one of their two teepees! Relative to the camper sites, these are a bit expensive though. One thing that may irk some are the cottonwood seeds flying through all the air this time of year. I didn't mind them at all, so it didn't affect my rating on this park. Nice river nearby, but it was flooded so we couldn't get too close. Also, you may be bothered by the trains that come by in the night. Since they are close to the highway/ crossroad, they are required to use their horn, which could be annoying by some. Personally, they were easy to ignore as I already live by a railroad.

Harmen Steele

Sunday, June 10, 2018
This is a great little state park with lots to do. You can tent camp, sleep in a teepee or pull your camper in. River access from the park and out the backside of multiple camp areas. There is a nice little self-guided nature trail. And it's a stone's throw from the highway. The only downside is that there is are active train tracks located nearby, this can result in train horns in the middle of the night. This could be a problem for light sleepers.

Jana Dobson

Sunday, July 15, 2018
Great little spot for stopover. Very clean bathroom and grounds. Lovely River on border so bring bug spray.

Allen Wellborn

Monday, July 16, 2018
I am not sure what Montana is trying to pull here, but this state park charges non residents $36 per night for a dry camp here. No electric, no water, no sewer. That's what you would pay for a higher end camp with full hookups. An absolute Rip-off. The campground is tiny, although right next to the Clark Fork river. I promptly turned around right in front of the camp host with my camper trailer, went 6 miles up the dirt road and boondocked for free on USFS land.

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