Saturday, August 22, 2020

Barretts Station Park Campground

  Two back-in RV sites and a large gravel lot where campers are welcome to stay plus plenty of grass for tent campers makes this a easy and popular place to stop. The park is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation and has a boat ramp, vault toilets, potable water, and a large picnic area. It’s very scenic with towering cliffs rising above the Beaverhead River. A perfect spot except it’s right up against the railroad tracks which parallel Interstate15.
We parked next to the concrete handicapped parking pad. I was able to deploy my lift onto the pad and wheel along the sidewalk to the toilets and a picnic table then wheel in the opposite direction to a foot bridge over the river that led to the picnic area with paved paths to a picnic shelter and more toilets. Park  45.12924, -112.7414


  1. Any trains in the night? Looks like a nice spot to camp, but maybe kinda noisy.

    1. Just one train. It was noisy because of the interstate. Such a pretty spot but more of a one night stop than a place to linger.