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Big Sky RV Park

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Address: /td> 350 Copper Sands Road Anaconda, MT 59711
Phone Number: (406) 563-2967
Website: Big Sky RV Park
Latitude   46.13296    
Longitude   -112.95459    
Campsite Information
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Site Quantity: 18 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: $20 to $30 Quality: Good Campground / Average Value
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Big Sky RV Park Details

Nestled on the North side of Anaconda, Big Sky RV Park is centrally located between a two mile stretch with Washoe Park to the West and the Jack Nicholas Signature Golf Course with a Historical Walking Trail to the East.

Big Sky RV Park is fully open from May 1st through September 30th. For the winter enthusiasts, we have six winterized full hook-up sites available during the off season.

Big Sky RV Park is a cozy 18 Full Hook-Up site RV Park referred to many travelers as "Home".

  • All of the 40 foot sites are gravel and each site has its own clean, grassy area - slide outs welcome.
  •  There are 12 pull-thru, 6 back-ins (with phone hook-ups available), 30 and 50 amp breakers, Cable Television
  • Laundry Facility, Showers and Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi).

Recreation near Big Sky RV Park

The Old Works Golf Course

The Old Works Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course is quickly building a reputation as one of the premiere, daily fee golf experiences in the Northwest region.

Washoe Theater

Washoe Theater
305 Main Street
Anaconda, MT  59711
(406) 563-6161
This extravagant movie palace was built in 1936 with Art Deco furnishings, murals, and ornamentation in silver, copper and gold leaf. The Washoe, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Sites in 1982, was designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca an esteemed theater architect whose credits include Pantages Theaters in California, the Seattle Coliseum, and Orpheum, Palomar and Paramount theaters in Seattle. Interior decoration in the Art Deco style was supervised by Nat Smythe of Los Angeles, who with the help of Colville Smythe, completed the interior murals. The Smithsonian Institute has ranked it fifth in the nation for its architectural value.
The Washoe was built at a time when motion pictures were at a peak. Several large and elaborate Art Deco movie palaces were built around the country, most of which have been destroyed. Thus the Washoe is one of the few remaining theaters of its kind in the country. Pre-dating the Washoe on this site was the Margaret Theater, named for Mrs. Marcus Daly in 1897. The Margaret was sold in 1926 and reopened in 1927 as the Sundial Theater. The Sundial was destroyed by fire in 1929. Not soon after the ‘Washoe Amusement Company’ formed to lobby local citizens for the reconstruction of the theater on the site, and the Wahsoe soon came into being. It cost $200,000 to build.

Pintler Scenic Route

Encompasses 62 miles of MT 1 off I-90

This highway takes you over mountain passes to Anaconda and Philipsburg and along the shores of scenic Georgetown Lake. The peaks of the Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness form the backdrop. Georgetown Lake recreation area is a favorite spot for fishing and boating. Boat rentals are available. Off the Pintler Scenic Route are mining ghost towns and St. Timothy's Chapel, a non-denominational chapel that overlooks Georgetown Lake.

Hunter's Park

Located on the Pintler Scenic Highway just west of Anaconda on Highway 1. Situated as to offer all seeking the beauty and tranquility of the Pintler Mountains the perfect VACATION SPOT OR THAT PERFECT MOBILE HOME SITE. Just up the road is Georgetown Lake and during the winter season ice fishing, hunting and resort skiing abounds that is beyond compare anywhere. Likewise during the summer the fishing is fantastic and the lake transforms into a summer play ground for boaters and fishers alike.

Old City Hall Copper Village Art Museum

Old City Hall Copper Village Museum and Art Center
401 East Commercial
Anaconda, MT 59711

Built in 1895 of local materials, the Anaconda City Hall was the finest city hall in the Northwest. It housed all city government offices, the fire engine house and the police department. Renovated in 1982, the hall now houses a history museum, archives, an art gallery with changing exhibits, and shops. The museum displays include smelter memorabilia, turn-of-the-century clothing, furniture and a pharmacy. Open year-round, Tuesday through Saturday 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Lost Creek State Park

1.5 miles east of Anaconda on MT 1, .5 mile north on Secondary 273, then 8 miles west
Fax: 406-542-5529

A scenic recreation and camping area with a short walking trail to Lost Creek Falls and spectacular limestone cliffs that rise 1,200 feet above the canyon floor. Popular viewing area for mountain goats and bighorn sheep. Open May through November 30.

Anaconda Pintler Wilderness

The Anaconda-Pintlar Wilderness Area has numerous high alpine lakes, many of which provide excellent fishing for cutthroat trout and brook trout. Additionally, all the high alpine lakes are popular spots for hikers. While the use of the Anaconda-Pintlar Wilderness Area is much less than other wild land areas in Montana, the area is receiving more and more use from backpackers interested in exploring a wild area away from the bulk of the crowds.

Discovery Ski Area

Come to Discovery to experience what skiing Montana is all about!  In the heart of southwestern Montana, this regional secret boasts great terrain, uncrowded slopes, amazing views, and a friendly atmosphere.  Discovery’s 614 skiable acres are spread over 2100 acres of National Forest.  Our two north-facing bowls offer some of the steepest lift-served skiing around. The extensive frontside faces offer excellent beginner & intermediate runs.  Our terrain truely offers something for everyone - tree skiing, powder bowls, mogul-runs, groomed trails and great boarding air.  Lessons, rentals, and cross-country skiing are available for all ages & abilities.  Off the slopes enjoy fantastic food in Discovery’s full service cafeteria and bar.

Washoe Park and State Fish Hatchery

Washoe Park and State Fish Hatchery
City Park, 600 West Pennsylvania
Anaconda, MT 59711
406-563-2531 (Hatchery)
406-563-3409 (Washoe Park)

Relax and have fun in beautiful Washoe Park with its outdoor swimming pool, baseball field, tennis courts, playground, and picnic areas. Washoe Park Trout Hatchery, the state's oldest, is located at the east end of the park. The hatchery is the home of Montana's state fish, the cutthroat trout. The Visitor Center has underwater fish viewing. Walk through self-guided tours or guided tours by special arrangement. Open year-round, 8:00am to 5:00pm. Fish spawning weekly, May through June. Admission free.

Directions to Big Sky RV Park

Coming from I-90

  • Take Anaconda Exit 208
  • Anaconda rests about 7 miles from I-90
  • You will be on Commercial St
  • Ten blocks from when you enter Anaconda
  • You will see Cedar St, take a right
  • Follow Cedar St straight, take the last left before you enter a bowling alley parking lot
  • There's a large Big Sky RV Park sign, we are about 3 tenths of a mile up on the right

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