Offering 20 tent sites and ruffly 140 RV sites, Dick's RV Park sits near the beautiful Sun River in Great Falls, Montana. It's a pet-friendly park with a welcoming atmosphere, with sites to accommodate everything from two-person tents to big rigs.
There are pull-through sites with pads up to 70 feet long, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the park. There are also some shaded sites available for those looking to escape the heat, but as these are limited, it's recommended that you book your spot in advance.
Sites and roads in Dick's RV Park are gravel and easy to navigate. There's reasonable grassy space between sites so you don't feel like you're camping right on top of the strangers next door. However, not all sites are level, so it might take a little bit of setting up to get your RV on an even keel.
Everything else you'd expect from an RV park is provided, easy to access, and well looked after. The restrooms, while perhaps not the most modern, are clean and properly maintained. However, you may notice some road noise at busy times, as well as occasional noise from the nearby airport.
Camping costs vary depending on the type of site you select. Primitive tent sites are available from $23.54, while electric-only sites cost $32.10 a night and full hookups are $44.94 a night. Discounts are available as well -- check the website or contact the park directly for more details.
When you want to venture off-site, you'll find shopping and restaurant options close by, and history buffs will love the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center just a 7.5-mile drive away.
Dick's RV Park is a well-kept, friendly park where you and your pooch can rest your head for a while. Whether you're just stopping over for a night or you're planning a longer stay to explore Great Falls and the surrounding areas, this park is certainly worth a closer look.