As the weather conditions improve, it's time to start thinking about digging out your camping gear and heading to the mountains.

We're pretty spoiled here in the Treasure State, with ample locations to camp and recreate—a few are right in our backyard. 

When I started digging into the list of area campgrounds, I had yet to learn there were this many options.

I've stayed at a few of them, but there are more options than I realized.

The list of campgrounds within 100 miles of Great Falls is in no particular order and includes full hook-up and dry camping options. 

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Great Falls KOA

1500 51st St S, Great Falls, MT 59405

This Campground is located on the east edge of Great Falls and offers multiple camping options. 

Great Falls RV Park

1403 11th St SW, Great Falls, MT 59404

This Campground is located on the west edge of town. Like the KOA, it offers RV spots and a few tent spaces. 

Malmstrom Air Force Base FamCamp

6300 3rd Ave S, Great Falls, MT 59405

This Campground is only open to active and retired military. 

Benton RV Park & Campground

2410 Chouteau St, Fort Benton, MT 59442

This Campground offers various camping options, including RV Hook-ups and tent spaces. They also have laundry facilities. 

Thain Creek Campground

Forest Road 8840, Highwood, MT 59450

Dry camping only at this location. 

Logging Creek Campground

Stockett, MT 59480

It is the only Campground in the Highwood Mountains.

Canoe Launch Campground

205 Fair Ground Lp, Fort Benton, MT 59442

It is located directly along the Missouri River. 

Lowry Bridge Campground

Lowrey Rd, Fairfield, MT 59436

Pack in and pack out with five sites. 

Aspen Campground

Neihart, MT 59465

It is tiny with six camping sports. 

Kings Hill Campground

US-89, Great Falls, MT 59405

Highest-developed Campground in the Little Belt Mountains

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