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In northern Montana near the border with Canada is where you can find some of the most extraordinary landscapes in all of North America. When you rent an RV near Williamson Park Campground in Shelby, you’ll find yourself in a fabulous position, able to reach nearby cities and natural attractions with ease. This delightful campground is not far from Great Falls and Helena, the capital city of Montana. Also nearby are several national forests, the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, and one of the most famous national parks in the world. You can even take a drive into nearby Canada for some international adventures while on this northern Montana RV rental trip.
The campsites at Williamson Park Campground are surrounded by trees providing both privacy and shade. The Marias River flows right next to the small park, providing nature sounds, lovely views, and spots for swimming and kayaking. Each site at Williamson Park is equipped with a barbecue station, a fire pit, and a picnic table.
Both tents and campervan rentals can be accommodated at Williamson Park Campground, where restrooms and showers are easy to find. The playground provides entertainment for children, so parents can enjoy some rest and relaxation at their cozy campsites. Swimming or fishing in the Marias River are excellent ways to pass the time during your Shelby camping trip, but there are tons of other places to visit and things to see when you leave the RV park.
Book a camper rental in Toole County, and the outdoor recreation possibilities are endless. Campgrounds, recreation areas, and beautiful landscapes in the Rocky Mountains of Montana are absolutely abundant. When you rent a travel trailer near Williamson Park Campground, you can head to places like Giant Springs State Park just outside of Great Falls to the south. The park is next to one of the world’s largest freshwater springs, with pure glacier water. There are no campsites at this park, but guests can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, birdwatching, picnicking, and other outdoor activities while they visit.
Several impressive state parks near Kalispell also give vacationers more wilderness to explore, like Lone Pine State Park and Flathead Lake State Park. Lone Pine State Park is a mountain biking and hiking wonderland, with tons of scenic trails where visitors can also go horseback riding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, depending on the season.
Flathead Lake State Park is scattered around Flathead Lake in several different spots. The lake is one of the largest in the western United States, perfect for swimming, boating, sailing, fishing, waterskiing, canoeing, kayaking, and more. Each separate area of the park has its own campground so you can stay the night on the shores of Flathead Lake with your campervan rental.
To reach Lone Pine State Park and Flathead Lake State Park, you’ll have to drive through either Flathead National Forest or the spectacular Glacier National Park. Flathead National Forest has over two million acres of undeveloped wilderness just waiting to be explored. Glacier National Park is referred to as the “Crown of the Continent.” This majestic paradise has towering mountains, glacial lakes, massive forests, stunning wildlife, large lodges, rustic campgrounds, and so much more.
When you're camping at Williamson Park Campground, Great Falls is close by. Set aside some time to visit this vibrant city, where you can enjoy sightseeing, charming city streets, quality dining establishments, and other small-town treasures. If museums are what you are after, The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is a magnificent place to learn about the famed expedition that mapped out the western United States and the Louisiana Purchase. The center goes into great detail, examining the lives of the explorers and Sacagawea, the crucial native ambassador who aided the expedition in navigating the rugged terrain.
The C.M. Russell Museum explores the history of Great Falls, as well as the many native cultures that existed in Montana well before the arrival of the European settlers. The museum is named for Charles Russell, an American artist from Montana who produced epic works of art and collected native artifacts from the region.
If you've got children along for the northern Montana motorhome camping trip, consider visiting the Children’s Museum of Montana, also in Great Falls. Museum visitors of all ages and stages can discover the modern marvels of science and the natural world. Nature, climate science, mind-boggling experiments, and delightful play areas where kids can play combine to create an entertaining, educational experience.