A trailer court is defined in state law as a parcel of land upon which two or more spaces are available to the public and designated for occupancy by trailers or mobile homes for use as residences.
The term does not include a parcel composed of platted lots, each lot of which:
A campground is a parcel of land available to and principally used by the public for camping, where persons can camp, secure tents or cabins, or park trailers for camping and sleeping purposes.
For trailer court or campground approval, including water and sewer, contact:
Complete and submit Plan Review and required fee to the Food and Consumer Safety Section of the Montana Department of Health and Human Services.
Contact RiverStone Health at 406.256.2770 to schedule a pre-opening inspection.
For a change of ownership, contact Environmental Health Services at RiverStone Health 406.256.2770.
Licenses are reviewed and issued annually (January 1 – December 31) by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Current license holders will receive a renewal application in November. Renewal payments are due by December 31 to avoid a late fee.
For questions on renewals, call 406.444.2415.
RiverStone Health Environmental Health Services conducts annual inspections of trailer courts and campgrounds in Yellowstone County. Inspections are focused on health-related issues and determine compliance with Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Rules.