Leaning Tree Campground

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State Hwy 464, Babb, MT, 59411

Located in Babb, Montana, Leaning Tree Campground features electric site hookups for RVs and tent sites for those seeking something a little more traditional. Visitors have access to restrooms, general store, picnic tables and a clubhouse. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!

**Please note, Leaning Tree Campground will be closed for the 2020 season due to Covid-19. We look forward to seeing you in 2021. Thank you for your understanding. **

**Leaning Tree Cafe is open for business all year**

Last Updated: 06/02/2023

RV Sites

Water is available to fill your tank. Showers are available at the shower house for $5.00 

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Electricity Only Sites $45.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

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Tent Sites $28.00 Choose Your Site


Community Restrooms

Drinking Water

General Store

Picnic Table

State Hwy 464, Babb, MT, 59411
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Overall Rating: 3.8

Judy Kolk

Small but nice campground, set in the trees. Staff were friendly and helpful. Sites were a little small for our 32' trailer, but we really liked the relaxed atmosphere.


Not much for the sites, but the bathroom and shower was nice. Folks around the place were lind and quiet. The dogs around the site made our visit so enjoyable. I loved hanging out with them!

Bria Wentzel

LOVED this campground and all of the staff! We camped, but I hope to come back another time and stay in a cabin, too. And we loved all the sweet dogs who it felt like were guarding the camp from bears for us. :)

Grant Walker

We did not have any communication with the office as we arrived after office hours and left very early in the morning, but I believe this is a great camping option. Very nice restroom/shower, and Marcus and Mario were very welcoming and kind. Would recommend.

John Doe

Nothing like the pictures. Didn’t feel safe. Spots were small, barely any parking and bad organization. “Office” was at a booth in the bar

Isabelle Foisy

Our tent site was great. The shower was good. Only two toilets, but had to wait on just one occasion. We would have definitely stayed for all three reserved nights but the noise from the road is very loud and does not stop at night. Even with ear plugs, you have to be a very sound sleeper. There is construction on hwy 89, so 464 is used as a bypass. Maybe that contributed to so much traffic and big trucks that use their engine breaking at 2AM.

Heidi Schubert

This is a casual campground when you need a place to go. Location is only 30 minutes from the Many Glacier Hotel and Swiftcurrent sites. It has a functional shower and bathrooms though staff is not really onsite except 9am-6pm. Upgrades were ongoing and it appeared they were making progress towards better service.

Kathleen MacPherson

Quiet, safe and shady. But only 2 toilets and one shower for the entire campground.The internet only works next to the cafe which was never opened when we went. There is no dump station either. They are making improvements so in the next year or so should be better.

Danelle Ramsey

Tent camped at Leaning Tree 3 nights, great family atmosphere, excellent location to Many Glacier and St. Mary, bathroom was adequate and never waited more than 10 minutes, so nice to have a proper shower, the new bathhouse will be awesome when finished. Huckleberry lemonade made my day! Laundry available and camp store had a good selection of essentials. Wish we had been back in time for the cafe. I appreciated the dogs being around and did not have an issue with them at all. I’ll definitely stay here again!

Cassie Sonnenberg

This campground is really close to Glacier, which is great. Sites are quite close together, and the owners’ dogs roam the campground… unless you’re scared of dogs, that’s not a problem until you step in dog poop setting up the tent. They are currently expanding the shower house which will be great. It’s an okay place to sleep between Glacier outings.

Joe Doster

The power didn’t work, on one side, so we ran an extension cord across the road. Come to find out they only had 20 amps. My husband flipped the breaker and it came on. The girl working had no idea where the breaker was. The grass was high as the campground wasn’t mowed. No site numbers. The WiFi went in and out. The staff was nice and the shower was good

Brook Benadom

Strange little place. Restaurant only open M-F due to lack of staff… pretty quiet once the travelers stop passing. No sites marked. Interesting to have a reservation & just show up & stake claim. I’d stay again. But very laid back, almost to the point of lack of organization.

Kevin Sawa

Nice, quiet little campground. Run by some great people. Do yourself a favor and grab a meal at the cafe.

Guanani Gomez-Van Cortright

Friendly and laid back little campground. Enjoyed spending three nights here, shower/bathroom was very clean and pleasant, awesome location! Would recommend.

Elizabeth Weaver

Terrific place to camp, so close to Babb and Many Glacier. Cute camping grove, clean and remodeled bathrooms, wifi and good atmosphere!

Charlie Cobb

The campground was in good condition, there was potable water, and the bathrooms and showers were in excellent condition.

Marshall Grodofsky

Disappointed that 30 Amp service wasn’t available. ( 20 Amp service with regular extension cord requiring a “dog bone “ converter from 20 Amp to 30!Amp. Clip for my trailer was taken off the trailer I had disconnected while I traveled into the National park over a 4 day period.

Ari Carter

Friendly and cozy with lots of social animals hanging around. Better than the campgrounds in the park by miles!

Barbara Gallagher

Quiet campground. Location is great for the park and other lakes on the reservation. Wonderful store/restaurant located in the campground. Please take note that anytime you are on the reservation, even to put a toe in a lake, a conservation/recreation permit is required. If you know you will be doing any of that go online to https://blackfeet.nagfa.net/ . Purchase and download before arriving. Online is the only way to purchase and wifi/cell service can be sketchy. If you want to fish at any of the reservation lakes a fishing license will be needed. Those are purchased online also. Any watercraft needs to have been checked. Nearest check station is in Browning. We loved staying at this campground!! Biggest advise is to know the rules on the reservation for nonnatives. Purchase permits before arriving. Yes there are dogs/cats in the campground-they are harmless. If bothersome, send them on their way. Family that owns campground are very nice. It is the height of a very busy summer season in Glacier Park and surrounding areas, they do their best to keep everything clean and well stocked. We will go back and stay and enjoy the beautiful area!!

Jeff Major

Family run businesses rock! Super friendly and helpful family made our camping stay a pleasure. 2 bonuses: the site provides equally easy access to both the Eastern Glacier and more importantly Many Glacier entrances! Yes there are roaming dogs and a cat, but FYI people, the dogs keep the bears 🐻 away! We saw 4 different bears over the course of our stay in the NP and heard some nearby to the campsite area, but again bears do not love dogs so...#winning!