Camp Three Forks Campground

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Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

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Camp Three Forks Campground is located just outside of the town of Three Forks, which sits at the confluence of the Jefferson, Gallatin, and Madison rivers. If you love beautiful mountain scenery, you'll love RV camping here, with snow-capped peaks rising above you in the distance. Camp Three Forks is a 45-minute drive from Bozeman, which is home to Montana State University and is a popular ski destination.

All of the campsites at Camp Three Forks Campground are grassy and are designed to accommodate large vehicles. There are TV reception and high-speed internet available at the campground. There are clean, well-maintained restrooms on-site, as well as a laundry room and gift shop. There are several fire rings, and firewood is available for purchase. For those traveling with children, there is a playground too. Swimming is available, and there are fishing and canoeing nearby. Staff are available on-site to help you with anything you need.

The Great Outdoors

When camping in an RV at Camp Three Forks Campground, you won't want to miss the fantastic hiking opportunities in the area. The mountainous terrain means there are many excellent trails nearby. Just outside of Three Forks is the Missouri Headwaters State Park, which is one of the sites where Lewis and Clark camped during their expeditions in the early 19th century. The park has trails for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Another popular place to go hiking is the Lewis and Clark Caverns. Not only are there incredible trails here, but you can also take a guided tour of the limestone caverns. These are some of the largest caves in the United States, and there are tours for varying ability levels. There are also several excellent trailheads near Bozeman for even more exploring.

Water sports are also a popular activity when you book an RV in Gallatin County. There are plenty of excellent places to fish in and around the town of Three Forks. Missouri Headwaters State Park is a popular place to fish, and you can also go kayaking and canoeing here. The Cobblestone Fishing Access Site is also located nearby, just south of town on the Madison River. For gentle kayaking and canoeing, the Three Forks Pond is another reliable spot. There are several species of fish available here, with trout being some of the most sought-after. If you plan on fishing in Gallatin County, be sure to obtain a license before doing so.

For a more relaxing outdoor activity, consider visiting one of the area's many natural hot springs. The Bozeman Hot Springs are the most popular, but there are many other hot spring destinations worth visiting. The Norris Hot Springs are located south of Three Forks, and the Potosi Hot Springs are located in the shadow of nearby Potosi Peak. Relaxing in hot springs is excellent for sore muscles and is also just a fun way to relax.

Exploring The Area

Although Three Forks is a small town, there's plenty to do there when renting an RV. The public golf course is open year-round. Three Forks is also home to the Sacajawea Hotel, which has been open since 1910 and is a stop on the Lewis and Clark Trail. The town has a quirky charm, with cute local restaurants and shops that are fun to walk around and explore. Should you need to refill on gas or pick up food and toiletries, there are gas stations, convenience stores, and grocery stores in town.

When RV camping at Camp Three Forks Campground, be sure to venture east to Bozeman. It's a quickly growing city and attracts many people because of its proximity to the mountains. Since Montana State University is here, the population is young and vibrant. There are several interesting museums in town to explore. The Museum of the Rockies features a large collection of dinosaur fossils, while the Gallatin History Museum has artifacts and exhibits about the area's past.

The American Computer and Robotics Museum is also in Bozeman and shows the evolutionary path of computers that has led them to what they are today. The town is also home to several unique art galleries and installations, as well as plenty of unique restaurants, breweries, and other nightlife. In the winter, be sure to visit the many nearby ski resorts to take advantage of all they have to offer. You'll find downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and more. Local ski resorts often host exciting events as well, so even if you're not athletic, you can enjoy this part of the culture.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Missouri Headwaters Loop, MTThree Forks, MT
  • Lewis and Clark Caverns, NDLewis and Clark State Park, ND
  • Bear Trap Canyon, MTWillow Creek, MT
  • Hollow Top Lake, NDLewis and Clark State Park, ND
  • Dinosaur Park Trail, MTBozeman, MT
  • Middle Cottonwood Creek, MTGallatin National Forest, MT
  • Truman Gulch Trail, MTGallatin National Forest, MT
  • Upper Potosi Hot Springs, NDLewis and Clark State Park, ND
  • East Gallatin River Trail & Glen Lake (Bozeman Beach), MTBozeman, MT
  • Sypes Creek, MTBozeman, MT

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