The Most Instagramable RV Spots in Montana and Wyoming 507

Jenny insider camper at Falls Campground

It’s no secret, Montana and Wyoming are top road trip destinations in the American Northwest. Of all the places we’ve visited with our travel trailer, these neighboring states have been home to some of the most beautiful, Instagrammable RV spots. 

The two states are known for their national parks, lush forests, pristine lakes and majestic mountains — which helped when my husband and I were looking for places to capture content worthy of the ‘gram. There are size restrictions on Going to the Sun Road at Glacier National Park , and parking roadside to take photos can be a problem at other national parks. So, I found scenic, RV-friendly locations outside of the National Park System. Here are a few of the most Instagrammable RV spots in Montana and Wyoming.

Whether you enjoy taking shareable photos for Instagram, or you just love capturing beautiful moments and memorializing them in a scrapbook; these spots will make for unbelievable memories and wonderful photos.

Falls Campground

Glamping setup at Falls Campground with Jenny Anderson and husband clinking glasses

Get ready to RV camp at Falls Campground in Dubois, Wyo. where you’re surrounded by tall pine and fir trees and sounds of a creek running with trout. This slice of heaven connects to the mighty Brooks Lake Creek Falls. The campground was recently remodeled and has 54 sites that are first-come first-served. We had a blast catching a couple of small trout and hiking by the waterfalls. We captured quite a few Instagrammable moments.

Middle Fork Flathead River

Camper parked along Middle Fork Flathead River

Middle Fork Flathead River in Columbia Falls, Mont. is a great basecamp for boondocking while exploring Glacier National Park. I loved the picturesque view of our camper parked next to the river against the backdrop of the valleys. Be sure to bring a tripod for long exposure milky way shots and campfire moments. Beware — the short drive down to the river is extremely bumpy. We bottomed out a couple of times so remember to take it slow. 

Scenic Roadside Stop on Highway 287

Jenny standing on wheel well of camper with Grand Tetons in the background

The best advice I can give you while driving through Wyoming or Montana: listen to your urge to stop at all of the scenic roadside stops. While traveling towards the Grand Tetons on Highway 287 near Moran, Wyoming, we saw one gorgeous roadside stop after another. This one in particular had a stunning view of the glaciers in the Tetons, layered with pine trees, wildflowers and an overlook of the Buffalo Fork of the Snake River. This shot was one of my most “liked” photo of all time on Instagram. 

Teton Point Turnout

Camper parked at Teton Point Turnout wheel well of camper with Grand Tetons in the background

If you want a picture with iconic glaciers of Wyoming, Teton Point Turnout in Moose, Wyo. is the place to get it. This Instagrammable RV spot has plenty of parking and is an easy-in-and-out roadside stop. The Tetons have beautiful contrast in color and size with trees and sagebrush plain in the forefront. You might even see a bison in the plains. It’s an especially great spot to get a panoramic photo of your RV with the glacial peaks in the background.

Upper Teton Dispersed Camping

Jenny reading book next to camper at dispersed campsite with Grand Tetons in the background

Sit back, relax and enjoy off-grid camping while surrounded by the Grand Tetons. This Upper Teton dispersed camping destination in Moose, Wyo. has a central view of the Tetons. It’s hard to take a bad photo here. It is extremely popular and it’s first-come, first-served so be prepared to see other RVs.The road up is bumpy and “campsites” with fire pits are limited, but you’ll likely find a spot with some epic mountain views if you’re willing to park anywhere. We actually didn’t even camp at this location because we were limited on time. But it was a great spot to have lunch, take a nap and snap some photos.

Nevada Creek Road

Jenny posing next to vintage camper among wild flowers

We found Nevada Creek Road while randomly turning onto a dirt road in Helmville, Mont. I wanted to get photos of some wildflowers in the valleys. If you’re willing to go off the beaten path, you’ll find many roads just like this. There are colorful wildflowers, pretty little creeks, old barns, and horses grazing the field. It’s as idyllic as it sounds. 


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Jenny Anderson is an outdoor content creator, best known as the Girl of 10,000 Lakes. As someone who didn’t grow up “outdoorsy,” she believes it’s never too late to fall in love with the great outdoors. Prior to becoming an outdoor content creator, Anderson was a news anchor and reporter in western Wisconsin. She now uses her passion for storytelling to inspire families of all experience levels to get outdoors. Anderson is a published children’s book author and shares her love for nature, fishing, and the outdoor life with her husband, two children, and their yorkie named Kiwi.
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