Breathtaking waterfalls, trout-filled rivers, clear skies that are perfect for stargazing, vistas of snow-covered peaks, and so much more is what you can expect to find if you stay at the remote Woodbine Campground in Nye, Montana. What this pet-friendly campground lacks in amenities it makes up for in scenery and cleanliness. Whether you are coming to Woodbine Campground for some quiet time, family time, or to explore the wilderness with your canine companion by your side, you are sure to have a memorable stay in the great outdoors!
The rustic campground sits by the Stillwater River in the Custer Gallatin National Forest and encompasses 35 acres. With approximately 44 sites available for tent and RV camping, this is a tranquil location that will please anyone looking for a traditional, primitive camping experience. The campground offers single-family sites that start at $17 per night, as well as group sites. Each campsite comes with a table and a campfire ring, and there are bear-proof trash cans on-site, too.
Although you should not expect luxuries such as a hot shower at Woodbine, you will find well-maintained restrooms and drinking water available at the campground. The campground roads and spurs are paved but quite narrow; please note that the maximum suggested RV length should not exceed 32 feet. Tall trees are scattered throughout the campground and offer ample shade so you won’t have to worry about your four-legged camper getting overheated.
While dogs are very welcome to stay with their owners at Woodbine Campground, stays should not surpass 16 days and pooches should remain leashed at all times. Considering bear encounters are common in the area, it is important to follow other campground rules as well, such as storing food securely and disposing of trash properly. Other possible wildlife sightings include deer and elk.
If you are looking for more wildlife viewing, you and your four-pawed friend can spend your days hiking in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, checking out Yellowstone National Park, or hiking the nearby trails. The 26-mile long Stillwater River will be sure to keep you out of breath thanks to the stunning scenery along the way, while the short and sweet one-and-a-half mile Woodbine Falls Trail loops by the Woodbine Creek towards a waterfall viewing point and back to the campground.
Woodbine Campground is a furrific vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts looking to recharge in the great outdoors with their canine companion.