There’s no need to leave your family pooch behind when you make a booking at Hood Creek Campgrounds, as this happens to be a pet-friendly zone in a stunning, forest setting by the Hyalite reservoir, a scenic Shangri-La where many couples tie the knot.
Camping out is the ideal way to relieve stress and get back to nature in beautiful surroundings like Hood Creek Campground, where the sound of water and birds chirping in the trees soothes a weary soul
The pretty parklands encompass five acres with 25 sites for RV’s, trailers, and tents, with vault restrooms, running water, picnic tables, a boat ramp, and fire-grates. You can request a site out in the open, by the lake, or experience the intrepid vibe of settling down for the night among the pine trees in the Gallatin National Forest.
Your dog will need to be on a leash no longer than six feet and as their devoted guardian, it’s your job to pick up their waste. Unruly behavior or loud barking is not allowed, as other guests are here for a peaceful stay. Follow the simple rules and your woofer is in for the best of times swimming in the reservoir or getting happy walking on the many trails.
Montana showcases its fairy-tale forests and lakes for the outdoor enthusiast that locks their apartment door on Friday afternoon, ready for a fun-packed weekend camping, kayaking, mountain biking, or exploring the forest trails. Gravel roads and dirt clearings with trees that appear to touch the sky makes for a grandiose setting where rocky mountain ranges and sparkling, blue water create a beautiful, oil painting effect. This is the awe-inspiring scene that draws travelers back to Hood Creek Campgrounds every summer.
Close by in the Western town of Bozeman, you can dine at one of the popular restaurants then head back to the camp for a meet-and-greet with folks drawn to the magnificence of spending time out in a spectacular Montana forest.