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Camping at Sand Springs

Enjoy the peace and quiet of the central Montana prairie! 


Amenities include a general store and café, clean showers and toilets,  water hookups from Memorial Day to Labor Day (dependent on temps).


There are also tent camping and dry camping spots available if the electric spots are taken. We also have Wi-Fi available and a decent cell phone connection.


Fuel is available onsite, gasoline only, no diesel. There is a indoor game room and for the kids should the weather turn yucky!


Owner/Manager on site, and your RV power is guaranteed with a whole property Kohler Generator on site!

We have 7, 30-40 Amp electrical full service RV hookups. These spaces can accommodate any size RV or camper and most are pull through.

Tenters are welcome!!

Pets and horses are welcome! Please keep dogs leashed at all times.  Bring your own temporary fencing for horses. All horses must show proof of annual Coggins, a Montana Brand Inspection, and if from out of state, must have a current health certificate. These MUST be shown BEFORE unloading!!


Rates as of 2024:

Mother's Day – Labor Day  $45/night Tents $15/night

Hunting season rates :

Labor Day Weekend to December 17

Full hookups $35/night Dry camping $20/night

Off Season Dec 17 – May 26  $20/night for all spots, no tenting

Camping Peace and Quiet
Elk Herd

Things to Do and See:

Fort Peck Lake


Be sure to visit the Fort Peck Interpretive Center and the Garfield County Museum!

Garfield County is your entry to some of the most remote and beautiful mix of deep river canyons, badlands and prairie wilderness in the west. The most rugged of the terrain is part of the 1,100,000-acre Charles M. Russell Wildlife Refuge which surrounds Fort Peck Lake in a 200-mile-long strip. Wildlife abounds out here; antelope, elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, sage grouse and numerous waterfowl make these wildlands their home.

The terrain between Jordan and Circle is famous amongst paleontologists for its fantastic fossil beds. Dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures once roamed here. In 1904, Tyrannosaurus Rex was discovered near Jordan in the Hell Creek Formation. A member of the Montana Dinosaur Trail, the Garfield County Museum has a full-size Triceratops cast from the original fossils excavated just north of Jordan. There are several other fossils, including the massive head of the T-Rex. The museum also houses homesteading displays, including a homestead cabin and an old blacksmith shop.

Sand Springs is not far from the Hell Creek Recreation Area, which is considered Hell Creek Arm of Fort Peck Lake. The lake provides facilities for most water sports, as well as, excellent walleye fishing. Hell Creek also serves as a launching point for boat camping in the wild and scenic Missouri Breaks.

Dinosaur Display
Garfield County Museum
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