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When you are looking at RV rentals in Silver Bow County, you’ll need a place to make your temporary home, and you’ll want to look at the Sportsman Motel, Cabins and RV Park. This property offers access to excellent fly fishing, elk and deer hunting, hiking, rock climbing, horseback riding, ATV riding, and other outdoor recreation. You’ll also be able to experience local history, including ghost towns and the Wild West.
The RV campsites at the Sportsman Motel, Cabins and RV Campground are spacious and can accommodate rigs up to 60 feet in length. Sites offer full hookups with 30/50 amp service and picnic tables. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and WiFi at the office and most sites. The property is pet-friendly.
You’ll be surrounded by forest when you are RV camping at the Sportsman Motel, Cabins and RV Campground, and one that you can choose to explore is the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, which straddles the Continental Divide. Special places in this forest include two wilderness areas, two self-guided scenic driving tours, and the historic Birch Creek Civilian Conservation Corps Camp. The Bender Center offers educational, recreational, and social programming throughout the year. Recreational opportunities in the forest include climbing, swimming, hiking, biking, hunting and fishing, boating, activities, rock and mineral collecting, geocaching and letterboxing, and winter sports such as snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing.
The Custer-Gallatin National Forest is also accessible when you camp in an RV near Melrose. This forest may be best known as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park. It also features the tallest peak in Montana, the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area, the Lee Metcalf Wilderness Area, and the Beartooth Scenic Byway. The Earthquake Lake Visitor Center provides interpretive programming and other visitor services, including restrooms and a park store. Recreational opportunities in the forest include hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, climbing, skiing and snowboarding, biking, fishing, picnicking and scenic drives, and snowmobiling.
The Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest is another great way to experience the great outdoors when you rent a camper near the Sportsman Motel, Cabins and RV Campground. The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center here offers a permanent exhibit hall, a theater, an education room with hands-on activities, and a retail store. The Bob Marshall Wilderness Interactive Trail Conditions Map keeps visitors up to date with reports and updates. Recreational opportunities here include hiking, fishing and hunting, swimming, winter sports, boating, and picnicking and scenic drives. Special events here include International Migratory Bird Day, Celebrating Wildflowers Week, moonlight hikes, the Whitebark Pine Campaign, More Kids in the Woods, and Winter Trails Day.
Butte is one of the beautiful Montana cities that you can visit with your Melrose camper rental. Some of the best things to do in Butte include the World Museum of Mining, the Granite Mountain Memorial Overlook, the Dumas Brothel Museum, and the Montana Tech Mineral Museum. Take a trolley tour, a haunted tour, or the Our Lady of the Rockies Tour. Some of the special events that take place here every year include the Montana Folk Festival, the Freedom Festival, and the Montana Irish Festival. Visit Butte Elevated, the Butte-Silver Bow Chamber of Commerce, and Visit Southwest Montana for the latest news on local happenings, visitor guides, and tourist information.
Helena is Montana’s capital city and a great place to explore when you're camping at the Sportsman Motel, Cabins and RV Campground. As a historically and culturally significant city as well as a university town, there are many sites to see, including the Montana Historical Society Museum, the Cathedral of St. Helena, the Great Northern Carousel, and the Original Helena Streetcar. There are some free shuttles available in town and both guided and self-guided tours. There is also a thriving craft beer and live music scene. Special events here include the Meadowlark Music Festival, the Montana Summer Brewers Festival, Tizer Garden’s Annual Fairy & Wizard Festival, and the Last Chance Stampede and Fair. Make sure to check out Visit Helena Montana and the Montana Department of Tourism for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
When you leave the RV campground at Sportsman Motel in search of dining delights, you’ll have your choice of locally owned and operated establishments featuring authentic Western ranch steak, classic American fare, family meals, pizza, sandwiches, and more. You’ll probably need to refill your rig while you’re here as well, and you can find either diesel fuel or gasoline at any of the area’s truck stops, convenience stores, and service stations.