Countryside RV Park

Friendly Service, Affordable Prices, Spectacular Views

EZ on / EZ off I-15, Exit 59 at Hwy 278

our park is closed until Saturday, October 19.

Office is closed until April 1, 2020
Self-Registration is always available 24/7

19 P/T sites, 25 back-ins
Full hook-ups, all sites both 30 & 50 amp
ATV enthusiasts welcome
Clean restrooms and showers
Free DVD Rentals
Free Bocci Ball & Horseshoes
Beautiful spots for Tent Camping
Hunting and fishing minutes from the park
ATV trails minutes from the park
Twenty minutes from Bannack State Park
Thirty minutes from Elkhorn Hot Springs
Two & 1/2 hours from Yellowstone
Five hours from the Canadian border

Don’t limit yourself to 30 amps when you have a 50 amp rig! Countryside RV Park, located in beautiful Southwestern Montana, has 44 full-service spaces which will accommodate both 30 amp and 50 amp RVs. We are the closest full-service park to Bannack State Park which has been featured on The Travel Channel’s Ghost Hunters and Expedition Unknown, in addition to being the closest park to Crystal Park where you can dig for crystals, Elk Horn Hot Springs, and Jackson Hot Springs. Virginia City and Nevada City are only an hour’s drive from the park and the drive is quite beautiful. Don’t hassle with fees for extra guests and family members; everyone can enjoy our beautiful scenery and spacious skies for one easy price. There are ATV trails and fishing on the Beaverhead River just minutes from the park. Our park has long, spacious sites which can accommodate all big rigs and we have the best weekly and monthly rates in town. Monthly spaces sell out quickly, so it’s best to book your extended stay as early as possible. We begin taking reservations for the coming season in January of each year. We are located just south of Dillion, Montana surrounded by 360 degrees of beautiful snow-capped mountains year round. We offer clean restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, satellite friendly sites, and free, fast wifi to all our guests. Our focus will always be making your stay as pleasant as possible.


Bannack State Park and Ghost Town

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

Bannack was the first territorial capital of Montana.  It is still in the original “Wild West” condition and has not been commercialized.  They will happily teach you how to pan for gold and furnish everything you need at no charge.  All the dirt is donated by the surrounding gold miners.  Bannack Days happens every year in July.  Everyone dresses up in period clothing, and there are a multitude of classes, lectures, and events.  Old recipes are freely offered as long as they last.  More information is available on the official Bannack State Park website.

Yellowstone National Park

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

From the official Yellowstone National Park website :

It's wonderland. Old Faithful and the majority of the world's geysers are preserved here. They are the main reason the park was established in 1872 as America's first national park—an idea that spread worldwide. A mountain wild land, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of bison and elk, the park is the core of one of the last, nearly intact, natural ecosystems in the Earth’s temperate zone.

Virginia City, Montana

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

Photo by E. C. Hathaway

From the official Virginia City website:

All of Montana has the deepest pride and affection for Virginia City. No more colorful pioneer mining camp ever existed. Dramatic tales of the early days in this vicinity are legion. Rich placer diggings were discovered in Alder Gulch in the spring of 1863 and the stampede of gold seekers and their parasites was on! Sluices soon lined the gulch and various "cities" blossomed forth as trading and amusement centers for free handed miners. Virginia City, the best known of these and the sole survivor, became the Capitol of the Territory.

The very much alive ghost town, Virginia City, Montana, is frozen in time. It is a remarkably well preserved old west Victorian gold mining town just 20 miles west of Yellowstone National Park (90 miles by road). When the gold ran out, there was still enough left so that homes and businesses were occupied, but there was not enough wealth to remodel the buildings. So it froze, and now represents the whole Victorian era. It is the true and original Old West. It is a gem, held within an incredibly rich area of natural beauty, recreation and history.

Come rediscover Virginia City & Nevada City, Montana!

Beaverhead National Forest

Kelly Reservoir - Photo by E. C. Hathaway

Kelly Reservoir - Photo by E. C. Hathaway

  • One of Montana’s top fishing rivers
  • Surrounded by several top rivers within 10 minutes:
  • Beaverhead, Poindexter Slough, The Big Hole, The Wise River
  • Hunting is some of the best in the country.

More information can be found on the official Beaverhead National Forest website.

Elkhorn Hot Springs


Elkhorn Hot Springs is a family owned primitive retreat in the Pioneer Mountains, located 40 miles south west of Dillon Montana. Elkhorn offers lodging in one of our 11 rustic cabins or a room in our 1900’s lodge. You can come up for a swim in our two outdoor natural Hot Springs pools ranging in temperature from 80-98 degrees. Head inside to relax in the Grecian/Wet sauna that ranges from 98-107 degrees. The resort offers a full service lunch and dinner menu at the restaurant located on the main level of the lodge. Centrally located to several recreational opportunities including downhill skiing, cross county skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, fishing, and much more! Take a day trip and visit the famous Big Hole River or spend an afternoon digging at Crystal Park, then end the day with a memorable soak.

For Reservations Call: 1-800-722-8978 or 406-834-3434 or 406-834-3551

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