The River Campground In Montana Where You’ll Have An Unforgettable Tubing Adventure
Another camping season is almost upon us here in Montana, and we couldn’t be happier. And while our riverfront campgrounds are relaxing and peaceful, they’re also great places to start a tubing adventure. Add the Kootenai River Campground to your summer agenda and you’ll see what we mean.
You'll find the Kootenai River Campground just off Highway 2 in Troy.
Northwest Montana, in addition to being full of natural beauty, is a perfect place to camp. And if you forget something, the onsite store will be there to help.
Pitch a tent or park your RV in one of the designated spaces, which start at just $21.40 for a tent...
... or book a stay in a rustic cabin.
The cabins all have full sized beds (and some have bunk beds as well), bedding, towels, mini fridges, fans, and WiFi.
But the best part of this campground is being right on the beautiful Kootenai River.
The Kootenai flows from Canada through Northwest Montana, and it happens to be the second largest tributary to the Columbia River in terms of runoff volume.
While the Kootenai River picks up the pace near Kootenai Falls, this part of peaceful and serene.
You can float from the campground to downtown Troy, taking in the scenery along the way.
Who wouldn't want to adventure down the river like this?!
It's easy to see why this campground is a beloved vacation spot for many Montanans.
Float the river all day, relax by a camp fire all evening, then enjoy a restful slumber under the stars.
Kootenai River Campground is a fantastic place to camp. But if you’re looking for something a bit more secluded, try this one.
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