About Lost Moose Meadows RV Park

About Lost Moose Meadows RV Park

About Lost Moose Meadows Campground

Motorhome parked under moonlight at our RV Park in Lincoln, Montana.
Learn more about Lost Moose Meadows Campground, Montana’s premier destination for outdoor enthusiasts! Our scenic campground offers 40 full hookup sites surrounded by the stunning beauty of Montana’s wilderness. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil retreat or an action-packed adventure, you’ll find it all here at Lost Moose Meadows. Our open season is from mid-April to mid-October, and may be extended in either direction depending on the weather. During this time, visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the mountains, hike scenic trails, or simply relax and unwind in nature’s tranquility. With easy access to the town of Lincoln, Lost Moose Meadows is the perfect basecamp for exploring all that this beautiful region has to offer. Book your stay today and start your Montana adventure!

Special Features

Restrooms & Showers

Our clean and modern bathrooms and showers are available for all guests to use, providing a comfortable and refreshing experience during your stay at Lost Moose Meadows.

Firepits

Each of our sites includes a firepit, perfect for gathering around with friends and family in the evenings and enjoying the warmth and glow of a crackling fire under the stars.

Playground

Our playground provides a fun and safe area for kids to play, with swings, slides, and other equipment to keep them entertained during your stay at Lost Moose Meadows.

Unique Camp Store

Our store offers a variety of essentials, as well as snacks and souvenirs to make your stay at Lost Moose Meadows even more enjoyable!

Free Wireless Internet

We offer complimentary wifi throughout the campground, allowing you to stay connected and share your outdoor adventures with friends and family.

Dog Park

Our spacious and fenced dog park is the perfect place for your furry friend to play and stretch their legs while you relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Lost Moose Meadows.