Trails West RV Park

770 Adams Ave, Shelby, MT 59474 United States
Phone: (406) 424-8436
Fax: No Information Available
Email: trailswestrv@3rivers.net
Website: http://www.trailswestrvpark...
Facebook: No Information Available
Regular Rate(s): $35.00 - $40.00
Passport America Rate(s): $17.50 - $20.00
Latitude: 48.515607
Longitude: -111.882714


  • PetsWelcome
  • PullThrus
  • Restrooms
  • CreditCards
  • BackIns
  • Showers
  • FullHookups
  • BBQ
  • 30AmpService
  • 50AmpService
  • Water
  • Sewer
  • DumpStation
  • Tents
  • WiFiAccess


Highlights
A short drive from Glacier National Park, Great Falls, Montana, & the "Port of Sweet Grass" Canadian border crossing, our new RV park is located at the intersection of I-15 and US Hwy 2 in Shelby, Montana. We are Shelby's newest RV park. 32 total RV Sites, can accommodate RV’s up to 60 ft, 30/50 Amp, full hookups, back-ins, pull-thrus, dump station, water, sewer, tent sites, Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, BBQ. Area Attractions: Marias Museum of History and Art, Roadrunner Recreational trail, Marias Valley Golf Course, Marias River, Tiber Dam – Lake Elwell and Glacier National park. Restaurants, gas and retail nearby.
Notes
Open year-round! Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome.
Directions
From northbound I-15 take Exit 363. Turn left onto Roosevelt Highway/Highway 2 and turn left on Adams Avenue. Look for Trails West RV Park on the left. From southbound I-15 take Exit 363. Turn left onto Roosevelt Highway/Highway 2 and turn left on Adams Avenue. Look for Trails West RV Park on the left. From westbound Highway 2 turn left on Adams Avenue. Look for Trails West RV Park on the left. From eastbound Highway 2 turn right on Adams Avenue. Look for Trails West RV Park on the left.

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After picking up our new-to-us motorhome in Calgary, we headed south in a November in a snow storm. We called ahead to Trails West, first to make sure they were open, and then to see if they could accommodate our needs. The motor home had already been winterized and since we were headed down south to home, we didn’t want to undo what had been done. We asked for a site next to the bath house and told them we were in transit and only needed the one night. It was after 18:00 by the time we arrived and we were met with open arms. We got a site right next to the very clean bathhouse with wonderful HOT water for a long well deserved shower. And was a pull through easy in and out. We look forward to visiting Trails West in the summer to fully take advantage of the facilities and again meet the wonderful park owners.

Sue Combs
1/20/2018

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