Dillon, Montana Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Southside RV Park
  2. Dillon KOA
  3. Countryside RV Park
  4. Henneberry Campground
  5. Notch Bottom Campground
  6. Glen Campground
  7. Bannack State Park
  8. Armstead Campground
  9. Willis Station RV Cabins Camping
  10. Beaverhead River Campground
  11. Beaverhead Campground
  12. Clark Canyon State Recreation Area Campground
  13. Dinner Station Campground
  14. Horse Prairie Campground
  15. Cameahwait Campground
  16. West Cameahwait Campground
  17. Hap Hawkins Campground
  18. Lonetree Campground
  19. Browne's Bridge Campground
  20. Ruby Reservoir Campground

Dillon, Montana

Campgrounds and RV parks are available within Dillon.

A city of about 4,000, Dillon is the county seat of Beaverhead County in Montana. The University of Montana Western is located here, along with Beaverhead County High School. Economic mainstays are agriculture, minerals, cottage industries, tourism, education and timber.

In the Gold Rush era, Dillon was an important shipping location between Utah and the gold fields of Montana. Two railroad companies, the Utah and the Northern, reached Dillon in autumn 1880. Sidney V. Dillon, president of the Union Pacific Railway, gave the town its name. Prior to the gold rush, Dillon's fortunes relied on sheep farming and later cattle farming, thanks to the fertile valley of the Beaverhead River.

  • Bannack, nearby ghost town, over 60 structures to be explored
  • University of Montana Western Gallery and Museum, travelling and permanent exhibits
  • Beaverhead County Museum
  • many recreation areas, campgrounds and trails
  • Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, including the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail and Nez Perce Historic Trail
  • Clark Canyon Reservoir
  • Union Pacific Depot, museum displays, travel centre and Old Depot Theatre

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