Welcome to Meadows RV Park
RV Park is a full hookup facility. Our RV Park offers power,
sewer, water, wireless internet, cable TV, private laundry facilities and restrooms,
showers (not available to non-customers) and quiet location. Easy pull through
sites with easy access.
accessible and level full hookup sites. This includes 20, 30, and 50 amp hookups. You'll
love the park's quiet location and many features.
Meadows RV Park is easily accessible from Interstate 94, about 1/4 mile north
from Exit 138. Look for the big white windmill to the east. Lots of room to pull
in, park and spend a restful evening.
We are open April 1st with limited services and are officially open with full
services April 15th. We close full services down around November 15th and are
open with limited services until November 30th. Dates may vary depending
on the weather, so feel free to phone us at (406) 234-3013 or email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org about your
Things to See and Do...
Miles City Saddlery - Small Saddle and Western Gear Museum
Miles City Saddlery
is a custom tack and western wear store.
The owner of Miles City Saddlery has spent years collecting specialty saddles
and other western gear including antique spurs. The collection now includes over
including saddles from the original Miles City Saddlery, Coggshell saddles, J. S.
Collins saddles and Al Furstnow saddles from the late 1800's. Call (406) 232-2512 for more information.
Custer County Art and Heritage Center
The Custer County Art and Heritage Center was established in 1977 and is located
in a park overlooking the Yellowstone River. Housed in the holding tanks of the
(Miles City) 1910 Water Works, the art center fills nearly 10,000 square feet of
exhibit and work space. The building is listed in the National Register of
Historic Places and earned a Montana Governor's Historic Preservation Award. The
Center also received a 2003 Governor's Award for the Arts.
The Old West comes alive at World Famous Miles City
Bucking Horse Sale
The "Miles City Bucking Horse Sale" is synonymous
with this town and the celebration of the horse, the cowboy and Western hospitality.