Beaver Valley Haven

(14) Reviews

$40.00 USD per night, starting at.

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7941 Highway 7, Wibaux, MT, 59353

The Beaver Valley Haven is a private campground located in southeast Montana, and is a highly popular site among hunters. Campers can look forward to plenty of pheasants, wild turkey and deer. There's several great spots within the town of Wibaux including the Beaver Creek Brewery and excellent local eateries. Amenities at the park include tent camping, pull thrus, big rig access, sewerage, water and 30/50 amp sites. Hope you make it to this beautiful campground for your next Montana getaway! The campground itself is quiet, well-managed and staffed with locals who are friendly and helpful, so be sure to stop and say hi at the front desk! See you soon!

Last Updated: 05/24/2024


RV Sites

Monthly pricing does NOT include electric. Electric will need to be set up in your name. Please contact the campground if you are unable to do so. 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back in (30 and 50 amp) $40.00 $245.00 Choose Your Site
Pull Through Site (30 and 50 amp) $40.00 $245.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
2 Person Tents $25.00 $175.00 Choose Your Site
4 person Tents $30.00 Choose Your Site

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7941 Highway 7, Wibaux, MT, 59353
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Makoshika State Park is 25 miles to the west in Glendive, Montana and Theodore Roosevelt National Park is just 25 miles to the east in Medora, North Dakota.



Overall Rating: 3.2


Glenn Delage

1.0
We didn't even stay pulled in and left. Host texted us and said they couldn't be there when we were coming keep in mind this was at 4:00 in the afternoon. The whole place looked like a RV junk yard didn't look like one of the campers had been moved in year's junk all over grass a foot tall ect. .. Find somewhere else is my advice.

gary hurst

1.0
Nasty! Muddy, Uneven spaces, we left a day early because it was suppose to rain and we would not been able to get out. It’s that bad. The shower/restroom looked like a truck stop. Enter the office and you will see how the rest of the park is maintained. Wish I could get a refund

Campground Response

Sorry it rained. Why didn't you use your own shower and restroom? We provide water and sewage at each site. I would've gladly gave you a refund had you asked.

Campground Response

Sorry it rained. Why didn't you use your own shower and restroom? We provide water and sewage at each site. I would've gladly gave you a refund had you asked.


Matt Fitzsimmons

2.0
The pictures on the almost seen like they from a different RV park., some are quite old. The campground now caters to oil patch and other construction crews. The buildings are now deteriorated and run down. There is only one shower and is far from clean enough to be used. The water smelled and tasted off, we didn't use it. The electrical service is there for larger rigs,50 Amp, but no 30Amp and we were not told we needed a converter. The sites are very tight and with so many large trucks it was very difficult to maneuver in and out of our site.

Josh Wichner

4.0
Convenient stop off I-90 on the way out west. Reasonable price for full hookups. The couple running it seemed nice and we’re fixing the campground up. They must have just taken it over.

Douglas Tisdale

3.0
The site was quiet, small and right off the Hwy. On the campsite there was a lot of debris and found some nails and screws. The campsite needs some TLC a lot of junk sitting around, not well maintained. The owner was very nice and took us to the campsite. Never saw her after that but guess we didn’t need to. No laundry and didn’t use bathroom or shower. There is absolutely nothing to do in this area just FYI. Restaurants are all privately owned and close early, some advertise food but when you go in they aren’t serving food that night. So I’d definitely call this campground a tap and go.

Rick Stromberg

3.0
It was fine, the owner was very helpful getting us set up, I only saw her 1 more time when I asked about the laundry, she said there isn’t any. I never saw anyone after that, it served our purpose, as we weren’t there much, we were out sight seeing anyway!

Brad Heidt

4.0
Friendly host, we arrived later at night host showed us right to our spot, which was pull through and plenty long, Nice clean campground, full hookups right off the highway. Would definitely stay here again

Connie Scott

4.0
Owner extremely accommodating. Older campground with a couple of young people making improvements as can.. really good to see young families building a future like this.. would stop there again.

Dan Quie

5.0
This is a wonderful KOA along the Yellowstone River. Very courteous and friendly staff.

Cindy Bonham

4.0
Owners are friendly. The campground served our needs as a base for TRNP. Full hookups was a plus. Great place for base, no frills and quiet.

Ruth Windle

3.0
Quiet park and friendly owners were helpful and concerned as tornado warnings were issued. Obvious improvements such as leveling the sites and repairing/replacing picnic tables would definitely raise ratings.

3.0
Good for over night. Needs sprucing up.

Tracy Pett

5.0
Owners were very friendly and price was acceptable. Park was clean and quiet. Would definitely stay there again.

Amos Gutman

3.0
Very nice Campground. The only thing missing (and takes away 2 stars) is a Wifi service connection