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Alder / Virginia City KOA
2280 Highway 287  Alder, Montana
3 CampedThere Reviews

In its gold boom years, Virginia City's prospects were so promising it was named Montana's territorial capital. Even though the gold played out, the town and nearby Nevada City show visitors a good time. Stay at this campground and you're minutes from the narrow gauge railroad excursion train, the H.S. Gilbert Brewery, and the museums, shops and restaurants of these lovingly restored frontier towns. You can still turn up the occasional gold nugget panning at Virginia City. Another treasure, Yellowstone National Park, is 90 miles away. Hiking, biking, hunting, fishing and other mountain activities are just minutes from our full service KOA. Children can enjoy KOA's large playground while you sit back and take in the beauty of Ruby Valley. Fish at the campground and at many nearby streams and lakes.

Big Timber/Grey Cliff KOA
693 Highway 10  Big Timber, Montana
6 CampedThere Reviews

Big Timber Camping, Big Timber KOA Going Camping ? We want you as our guests!Our stimulus program allows you to vacation at the Big Timber KOA at the same rate as last year. We did not raise our rates. If you want to camp and you don't own an RV, you can stay in our cabins , kottage or our new studio lodge . If you have a group , we have a gazebo with its own BBQ pit. Plus, stay at our KOA and receive a 20% discount as our registered guests at the Big Timber Waterslide right next door. Remember to bring your own bedding or sleeping bags if staying in the Lodge, Kottage or one of our cabins

Billings KOA
547 Garden Avenue  Billings, Montana
14 CampedThere Reviews

Admire the soothing view from the campground’s spacious landscaped patio sites. Along with handling even the largest RVs, these luxurious sites feature full hookups, cable TV, fire rings, umbrella tables and even porch swings! Head over to Pistol Pete's Outdoor BBQ in summer for a tasty Western meal, then stop by the campground store to browse the Montana crafts. Stay connected to friends and family with free Wi-Fi. Of course, there's plenty of fishing, biking and hiking near the campground. History buffs will want to make the half-hour drive to Pompey's Pillar National Monument, where explorer William Clark carved his initials in 1806, and to the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, an hour's drive southeast.

Bozeman KOA
81123 Gallatin Road (US Hwy 191)  Bozeman, Montana
15 CampedThere Reviews

The Bozeman KOA is well-situated for enjoying many of Montana's attractions and is located just 8 miles off the interstate in a peaceful setting surrounded by mountains. A public golf course and fly fishing on the Gallatin River are both just five minutes away. Plan an adventure filled day trip to Virginia and Nevada City, two of Montana's historic ghost towns or visit the Lewis and Clark Caverns. Thirty minutes away you'll find Hyalite Canyon with hiking trails and four beautiful waterfalls. Ask us about local rafting and horseback riding excursions and don't forget to visit the Museum of the Rockies which boasts the world's largest T-Rex skull.   Plan a day trip to Yellowstone National Park from our campground. Want to stay longer? Ask about a weekly rate. Just 40 minutes south you'll find fishing access located inside Yellowstone and just 82 miles south is the West entrance to the park. You can also stay at the campground and let the kids take part in the planned weekend activities, such as tye dyeing and cucumber boat races, or let them cool off in our pool and splash park and you can relax in the hot tub, which is a joint soothing 104 degrees.

Butte KOA
1601 Kaw Avenue  Butte, Montana
8 CampedThere Reviews

Here's an enviable spot to camp, midway between glorious Glacier and Yellowstone national parks. But don't hurry away until you've had a chance to explore Butte. It's easy: Just hop onto "Old Number One," the trolley car that boards next door at the Chamber of Commerce. Berkeley Pit is an engineering marvel, the largest truck-operated open-pit copper mine in America. Mansions of old-time mining barons cluster in Butte neighborhoods. After sightseeing, lace up hiking boots or maybe golf shoes-Jack Nicklaus designed Butte's Old Works Golf Course. Fish in streams running near your campsite or stroll a trail and feed the geese at a neighboring game preserve. Then treat yourself: The KOA deli serves such appetizing fare that locals often drop in for a bite.

Deer Lodge KOA
330 Park Street  Deer Lodge, Montana
6 CampedThere Reviews

Located off the Interstate 90 business loop, the Deer Lodge MT KOA campground is situated in a high mountain valley between the Pintler Range and the Continental Divide. You'll love our quiet, peaceful setting on the Clark Fork River, yet only 3 blocks to downtown Deer Lodge and many historical sites. Stop at Grant-Kohrs, an honest-to-goodness cattle ranch worked the old-fashioned way with real cowboys and beaver-slide haying.

Don't miss the Old Montana Territorial Museums and the display of 150 collectible and antique cars. Drop a line in the river for trophy brown trout or cool off from summer's heat. Golf at a nearby course, visit ghost towns, go for a scenic drive, play horseshoes and badminton, or relax around a campfire. Our campground offers 30 and 50 amp services in pull-through or back-in sites, and we're "Big Rig" friendly (reservations recommended)! Also available are 3 Camping Cabins and a large grassy area for tent camping. We LOVE dogs, so bring your pooch. Come camp with us today - we look forward to your visit.

Dillon KOA
735 West Park Street  Dillon, Montana
12 CampedThere Reviews

Fish for browns and rainbows in Beaverhead River, a blue ribbon stream bordering this campground with mountain views in every direction. Take in views of three mountain ranges from the pool while the kids tool around on one of Dillon KOA's banana bikes. Join in ice cream socials most summer nights. Our new petting farm is open from 9-11 AM and 4-6 PM. Come visit our ducks, geese, chickens, rabbits, lambs, goats and mini horses. The cost is only 10 cents per year of age for the little ones and $2.00 for adults. Nearby, visit four sites along the trail forged by explorers Lewis and Clark. Hike, fish and tour a ghost town at Bannack State Park. Drive east to Yellowstone National Park, passing through the frontier gold camp of Virginia City. Northwest of Dillon, hunt for crystals at Crystal Park. On Labor Day weekend, Dillon welcomes a professional rodeo. There is an extra charge for additional guests (adults and children) at the KOA.

Great Falls KOA
1500 51st Street South  Great Falls, Montana
26 CampedThere Reviews

>Wake up to a scrumptious pancake breakfast, made with our unique locally grown fresh ground wheat recipe, as well as our signature chokecherry syrup! On summer evenings, you can listen to the "River Town Rounders' play bluegrass and recite cowpoke poetry.

Warm up in the morning with your favorite coffee drink or cool down in the evening with a hand-dipped, made in Montana, ice cream cone from KOA cafe. You can walk our nature trail or explore it on our evening tractor pulled hayride . Visit the nearby Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Interpretive Center. Stop by the C.M. Russell Museum and view the works of this famed Western artist, visit four of the five falls or catch a Voyager baseball game.

Hardin KOA
RR 1, Box 1009  Hardin, Montana
13 CampedThere Reviews

The Hardin KOA is located in the beautiful "Big Sky Country," near where Lt. Co. George Custer made his last stand. We invite you to stay with us while visiting our area's many attractions. The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument/Museum, Pompey's Pillar National Monument, the Bighorn River, and the Bighorn National Recreational area are not to be missed! A trip to the Yellowtail Dam should be included also, and the Custer's Last Stand Reenactment in late June is a big attraction every year.

Stay in our grassy tent sites, level RV sites, or cozy cabins. Enjoy our swimming pool, hot tub, horseshoes, and playground for the little campers. Swing on our new swings and visit with your friendly neighbors. You can go fishing for trout on the Bighorn River, just a mile away!

Don't forget our nightly Ice Cream Socials, and have a free cup of coffee every morning. We welcome pets to our Montana-sized pet walk (covering a full acre!) and ask owners to clean up after them.

The Hardin KOA is halfway between Yellowstone National Park and Mt. Rushmore. Come stay with us and enjoy all that our area has to offer. You'll be glad you did!

Livingston / Paradise Valley KOA
163 Pine Creek Road  Livingston, Montana
21 CampedThere Reviews

At the foot of the Absaroka Mountains along the shady banks of the Yellowstone River. Towering cottonwoods shade this mountain country KOA along the Yellowstone River. You are never much more than a long cast from KOA's 500 feet of frontage on the Yellowstone, a blue-ribbon trout stream. If you lose your favorite fly, replace it at the campground store! Livingston boasts a fly-fishing museum, art galleries and antique shops. Find outdoor activities in every direction. Don't miss a visit to Yellowstone National Park, 40 miles south. Your hosts can arrange raft trips on the Yellowstone or horseback rides and direct you toward great hikes in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area.

Miles City KOA
1 Palmer Street  Miles City, Montana
5 CampedThere Reviews

This campground under a majestic stand of more than 50 mature cottonwoods is near the juncture of the Tongue and Yellowstone rivers and just six blocks from the downtown of this historic High Plains cow town. Take a downtown walking tour to see many frontier buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Among them, see the Olive Hotel where "Gus" died in the epic frontier miniseries Lonesome Dove. Campers fish in the Tongue River (license required), swim in the heated pool, play horseshoes and relax in the social room as they surf the Web. Miles City's Range Riders Museum, at the site of old Fort Keogh, showcases a replica fort. The Custer County Art & Heritage Center includes 19th century Native American photos by Edward Curtis.

Limited Services are Available during the month of April, until the middle of May.


Missoula KOA
3450 Tina Avenue  Missoula, Montana
28 CampedThere Reviews

Welcome to the MISSOULA Montana KOA campground! We are located in the beautiful Missoula Valley in Western Montana surrounded by the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. We are your Family Fun headquarters for a perfect Western Montana visit! Camp under large shade trees with lush green grass. Our campground is located in Missoula right off I-90 (Exit 101) Reserve Street. Base camp with us while you explore Lewis & Clark's trail, Glacier National Park, the Bitterroot Valley, Garnet Ghost Town. Missoula is the area's hub for shopping, outdoor activities, history & culture to name a few!

We offer a wide variety of activities including fun bike rentals, breakfast served daily and an ice cream social nightly during the summer season at our KOA Kafe and Gathering Place, mini-golf, game room, playgrounds, heated pool and hot-tubs, a wonderful gift shop and well-stocked convenience store and more. Within minutes you could be golfing, skiing, shopping, antiquing, hiking, riding a hand-carved carousel, visiting museums, and so much more!

We welcome you to our unique and wonderful quality of life! Here you can forget your worries and have a safe, comfortable, clean and FUN vacation! Your hosts: the Frame Family

For information on our Groups and Reunions view our Information and Policy pages. We welcome your group to the Missoula KOA.

Polson / Flathead Lake KOA
200 Irvine Flats Road  Polson, Montana
6 CampedThere Reviews

The first thing you'll notice when you arrive at the Polson, Montana KOA is the breathtaking panoramic views of the Mission Mountains rising behind the massive blue gem of Flathead Lake.

Come stay at the campground that has earned the highest ratings from both Trailer Life and Woodall’s each year.We are big rig friendly, with long, roomy pull through sites.Our facilities are top notch, as you would expect in an award-winning campground.Challenge the family on the miniature golf course, play basketball or volleyball and swim in our heated pool which is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

In 2008 the owners developed a new "RV Motorcoach Resort", which is located adjacent to the campground.This resort is exclusive to "Class A" motor coaches, great for 30+ foot rigs, and is available for both nightly rentals and ownership.It gives you the opportunity to own a piece of Montana.For those with Montana LLC’s, it gives you a legitimate address.

We are centrally located in the Mission Valley, so day trips to Kalispell, Big Fork, Missoula and the National Bison Range are easy.We are on the main route to Glacier National Park, which is also easily accessed from here.

Go on an adventure with area outfitters that offer fishing on the lake, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, or boat tours of Flathead Lake and Wild Horse Island.There are great museums of the local area and Native American culture.Each July there are Pow-wows nearby the campground, where you'll experience Native American culture first hand.

Our staff is dedicated to making your stay with us one you’ll remember for a lifetime.

Red Lodge KOA
7464 Highway 212  Red Lodge, Montana
5 CampedThere Reviews

The legendary Beartooth Highway begins near this KOA in south-central Montana. Called "the most beautiful drive in America" by travel correspondent Charles Kuralt, the road winds for 69 miles past glaciers, alpine lakes and towering peaks in Montana and Wyoming to Yellowstone National Park. Ringed by 28 peaks more than 12,000 feet high, the view from the Red Lodge KOA is almost as spectacular. Choose a tent site or one-room cabin along a sparkling clear stream. In Red Lodge, the renovated 1880s mining buildings now house gift shops, galleries and restaurants. Celebrate July Fourth with the Home of Champions Rodeo and Parade. Attend the Festival of Nations, Mountain Man Rendezvous and other summer festivals.

St. Mary / East Glacier KOA
106 West Shore  St Mary, Montana
28 CampedThere Reviews

This campground resort is perfectly located for quick and easy access to Glacier National Park. Panoramic views from your campsite provide a backdrop of towering glacial carved valleys and peaks. Those in the "know" will tell you the best hiking and sightseeing are on the east side so pick up lunch fixings at the KOA grocery store and gift shop, then board a Glacier tour bus at the campground entrance or hit the trails to the remote backcountry. If you want to give your dog a day off while you explore, your hosts offer pet sitting. Put your feet up and enjoy this relaxing resort atmosphere while you hone your putting skills, play bocce or enjoy the new swimming pool and hot tub complex. Rent a kayak and explore the wilds of Lower St. Mary Lake and River. The AOK Grill serves up breakfasts, pizzas and dinners daily from mid-June to September.

Townsend / Canyon Ferry Lake KOA
81 Silos Road  Townsend, Montana
5 CampedThere Reviews

Beautiful Canyon Ferry Lake is the most-used and enjoyed water playground in Montana. Summer recreation includes swimming, boating and some of the best fishing in the state. Winter activities include hunting and ice fishing. At the campground, 47 pull through sites offer both full hookups and water/electric. You'll also enjoy the Kamping Kabins, tent sites, furnished apartment suites and permanent marina docks. Amenities include a children's playground, a recreation room with a pool table and high-speed Wi-Fi. The fully stocked convenience store offers dairy, wine, beer and assorted sundries. The store also has a wide variety of fishing tackle and bait as well as RV, boating, camping and hunting supplies. In summer, sample the awesome deli sandwiches, wraps and salads at KOA's lake view restaurant, The Flamingo Grill. GPS: N 46, 24.852' W 111, 34.839"

West Glacier KOA
355 Half Moon Flats Road  West Glacier, Montana
24 CampedThere Reviews

Pine-scented campsites here are a mere 2.5 miles from Glacier National Park's west entrance. And a drive of just a few minutes brings you to the start of the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road that twists and climbs across the million-acre alpine preserve. Whitefish, Kalispell and Flathead lakes are close enough to explore for part of a day with plenty of time left to relax at this resortlike KOA. A local photographer hosts wildlife slide shows and other programs twice weekly. In addition to the game room, a large log lodge houses a pool table, television and fireplace. Eat breakfast and dinner in the campground restaurant that's open all summer. Get a treat from the ice cream shop. Lounge in the heated swimming pool and two hot tubs or head to the state's largest water park in nearby Columbia Falls.

Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA
5121 Highway 93 South  Whitefish, Montana
14 CampedThere Reviews

As busy as this majestic corner of Montana gets during the summer travel season, you'll feel like you're staying in your own private little hideaway at this plush campground. Sprawling across 33 acres of a secluded, forested valley, it's a mere 24 miles from Glacier National Park and a short drive from Whitefish and Kalispell. This KOA is renowned for its huge playground. It also features an adults-only hot tub, a game room, free mini golf, free fun-bikes, petting zoo, walking trails and free paddleboats for cruising the pond. There's even a free Frisbee golf course. Enjoy Buffalo Bob's Family Entertainment Center, a restaurant serving pizza, sandwiches, salads, nightly barbecue and free continental breakfast in summer, along with an indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Hosts can arrange for Glacier Park tours and airplane and helicopter rides.

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122015 W Browns Gulch Rd  Butte, Montana
0 CampedThere Reviews

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515 State Highway 282  Clancy, Montana
0 CampedThere Reviews

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