Farragut State Park was a great campground to stay at. We stayed at the new Gilmore loop, that has water and electrical hookups, paved pull thru's and backins, clean restrooms and showers, fire ring, picnic tables and good spacing. What made this campground so fun was all the things you could do there. Great hiking trails, swimming, boating, and wildlife watching. Only negative is the lack of sewer drains. You have to drive a short distance down the road to do so.
This campground was a good layover location on our way to Northern Montana. This campground was considerably more reasonable than the over priced sites in nearby Billings. At the same highway exit is a good RV friendly, diesel/gas station. The negatives are the typical close spacing and parking lot layout next to the highway. Not all the sites had a picnic table to use. Also there was concern about rattlesnakes in the area with our dog, however we never saw one.
This campground has a very nice mountain setting, with the spaces arranged along a treed mountain side. This is not the typical parking lot or field. Positives include: trout pond, gift store, movie rentals, and cabin rentals. The only negative is the typical close spacing. Sites 1-28 are closer to the road with more road noise. Sites 30-56 are a farther from the road. Site 17 has the most space with a nice patch of grass, however it is a shorter back-in. Very close to Glacier National Park.
This is a great state park! The sites are very large, level and easily accessible. The hosts were very friendly and helpful. Fishing is just a short walk away. The only negative is the lack of trees and shade. Don't stay in the sites with a drop off with kids or dogs, they are very narrow sites with a steep drop.
The staff here is very helpful and friendly. They drove us around in a golf cart to show us the possible sites that we could stay in. They returned to our site to make sure we were situated and everything hooked up ok. The campground has a lot of trees and shade. However all the trees makes it a challenge to navigate a RV through them. More than half of the park is full timers who live in their RV's or modular homes. They are driving distance from the reservoir.