This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Roundup, MT
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Just off the US Hwy 87, quiet street, driveway (drive thru), fire pit in backyard. Small Straw-Bale garden and greenhouse, when in season, to enjoy with Hosts present. Suggested Local Attractions:Small town grocers, gas stations, restaurants. Musselshell River walk within walking distance. Fishing, hunting and forests, Musselshell Museum open from May to September. Thrift store, gift shops in town. Rodeo during July 4th celebration.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Electric Hookup: 15A
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Campfire Ring Provided
Be friendly, be nice, enjoy!
Access Road Conditions: Trees line the street but are not interfering with traffic. From the 4 lane Hwy 87 you turn WEST onto 10th Ave. First house and parking area on the IMMEDIATE left. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: The parking area is about 50 feet long but the exit end is partially blocked by our garage. There is enough room to park any regular vehicle perpendicular to the RV.
Hosted By Royalcouple
New part timers and hosts! Details: Retired from copper mining Love to grow and preserve foods Have raised Alpacas, goats, haired sheep, Great Pyrenees guard dogs, chickens and FAMILY! Love music that soothes the soul Home Town: Roundup, Montana Skills or Expertise to Share: Gardening, Biblical interests, handyman
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
5 months ago
Such an amazingly friendly and welcoming couple. We enjoyed our afternoon conversations learning about their adventures, hay bale gardening, raising chickens and the local area. They even took us to play Pickle Ball which was so much fun. Exploring Roundup was easy. We walked to the river walk, visited several shops in town and an excellent museum. We would love to visit again.
8 months ago
We had a wonderful 2 night stay with these hosts in Roundup. We felt like family from the moment we arrived. We spent several hours in their warm greenhouse sharing conversation about gardening, family and the neat little Roundup community. We went to the local museum one afternoon that was very nice and we would strongly recommend if in the area. I would enthusiastically recommend staying at this Boondockers Welcome if near Roundup.
1 year ago
We were welcomed immediately as we arrived by seeing our names on a wall. Our hosts help us get set up and offered an invitation to sit around the camp fire in the evenings with fresh baked breads and coffee. We had many things in common so had lots to talk about. Diana provided inspiration about new gardening ideas and how she set it up. Roundup is a small community but has a nice city camp ground on 2nd street at the end of the road which is not advertised. They don’t offer utilities but it’s a beautiful tree lined park. Our hosts were informative about what the town has to offer and we did explore the museum and stores. Thanks for the opportunity to see your home town. Diane and Bill Dunbar
1 year ago
We were welcomed immediately by seeing our names on a wall as we entered. Our hosts invited us to sit around the camp fire at night with home made breads and coffee. We found we enjoyed many of the same things so had lots to talk about. Diana gave me ideas on gardening that I had never considered before. Roundup has a nice camp ground at the end of 2nd street that is not advertised but has no utilities. It also has a wonderful museum that you could spend hours in. Our hosts pointed out these points of interest that we did explore. We really enjoyed our time with Diana and Charlie. Thank you for this opportunity to visit your home. Diane and Bill
1 year ago
Royalecouple welcomed me onto their place, invited me into their home and regaled me with fascinating stories about their many adventures in their life together, being led by faith, and their many skills and talents. What a great stay!