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Drummond, Montana Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Good Time Camping and RV Park
  2. Bearmouth RV Park
  3. Riverfront RV Park
  4. Brown's Lake Campground
  5. Beavertail Hill State Park
  6. Harry Morgan Campground
  7. River Junction
  8. Racetrack Campground
  9. Norton Campground
  10. Ekstrom Stage Station
  11. Ninemile Prairie
  12. Grizzly Campground
  13. Russell Gates Memorial
  14. Clearwater Crossing
  15. Monture Creek
  16. Deer Lodge KOA Kamp
  17. Corrick's River Bend
  18. Dalles Campground
  19. Indian Creek Campground
  20. Harpers Lake

Drummond, Montana

Part of Gold West Country, Drummond continues the ranching style of life known to its past residents during the Old West era. The town was named for Hugh Drummond, a trapper who camped in the area, beginning in about 1871. At that time, it was called Edwardsville in honour of a local rancher, but in 1883 was re-christened as Drummond with the establishment of the post office. It is located about midway between Missoula and Helena.

The natural beauties of the area can be enjoyed from a car window or via a more hands-on approach, with outdoor sports such as fishing, boating, golfing, rockhounding or biking, etc. Or you might enjoy a museum visit, or time spent at a water park, gallery, local festival or theatre.

  • part of Gold West Country, retains the flavour and traditions of times past
  • between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks
  • Bearmouth, Garnet and Granite (in Phillipsburg) Ghost Towns
  • Anaconda-Pintler Scenic Highway, 63 miles of forest, mountains and hills
  • gem-mining, rockhounding
  • horseback riding, short or long excursions

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