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Montana's KOA Campgrounds Welcome You

Montana map Great Falls KOA Choteau KOA Miles City KOA Hardin KOA Billings KOA RedLodge KOA Big Timber KOA West Yellowstone KOA Bozeman KOA Livingston KOA Polson KOA Missoula KOA Townsend KOA Three Forks KOA Dillon KOA Alder KOA St Mary KOA Whitefish KOA West Glacier KOA Deer Lodge KOA Butte KOA Map legend
    • Alder / Virginia City KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-1898

    Visit the historic gold rush town of Virginia City, site of the world's most famous placer mine. Go rock hunting, or catch fish right at the campground. Pancake breakfast and ice cream social daily. RV sites, tent sites and Kabins. 50 amp service. Also available: LP gas, snack bar, modem dataport, firewood and tours. Fishing and bikes are free.

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    • Big Timber KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-5869

    This park has lots to offer: peaceful setting, close to world class fishing, and Montana's only Jumping Pillow. Cool off with some homemade ice cream made right here, or take a dip in our pool. If you want to get really wet, go next door to the Big Timber Waterslide. RV sites, tents sites, Kabins and Kottages. 50 amp service. Free cable TV, wireless internet, and mini golf. Also available: sauna, snack bar, bicycles, LP gas.

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    • Billings KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-8546

    This is the very first KOA ever built! It's in a great spot, too, right alongside the Yellowstone river. Deluxe RV sites are landscaped and have patios with swings and fire pits. Aside from fishing in the river this park offers a host of other activities: nightly barbeque, swimming pool, spa, banana bikes, free WiFi, playgrounds, basketball, and cable TV. Nearby attractions include the Little Bighorn Battlefield Monument, Big Splash Water Park, Zoo Montana (Siberian Tigers!), rock climbing, Oscar's Dreamland and the Yellowstone Art Center. Kabins, big rig sites, tent sites. Also Available: camp store, LP gas, 50 amp service.

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    • Bozeman KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-3036

    Bozeman is a great place to enjoy Montana. The world famous Museum of the Rockies is here, Yellowstone park is right next door, there is a hot springs resort right next to the campground and if you come in the winter, world class skiing is less than a half hour drive. Blue ribbon trout fishing is close by on the Madison and Gallatin rivers. This pretty park has lots to attract. There are mountain streams, a pool, spa, and splish splash park for kids. Big rig sites, Kabins, and tent sites available. Also Available: Hot spotzz wireless internet, bicycles, mini golf, LP gas, 50 amp.

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    • Butte KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-8089

    This historic mining town is a fascinating place to visit. The World Museum of Mining is here and the Copper Barons of Montana raised up some beautiful architecture and dug the worlds biggest hole in the ground. Visit Our Lady of the Rockies, located on the continental divide. Take a trolley car ride. Big rig sites, tent sites and kabins. Modem dataport, fishing, and swimming pool included. Also available: LP gas, great deli, 50 amp.

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    • Choteau KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-4156

    Situated near the amazing Rocky Mountain front, mid way between Yellowstone and Glacier parks, this park allows easy access to millions of acres of wilderness. Or you could go on a real dinosaur dig. Choteau is a great little western town. Visitors who stay at this park are often pleased by the quiet. Golf and great fishing nearby. Big rig sites, tent sites and kabins. Modem dataport. Also available: mini golf, 50 amp.

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    • Deer Lodge KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-1629

    Free telephone service, free wireless internet, free fishing are just a few of the amenities you will enjoy at this campground. This park is situated along the Clark Fork River in a mountain valley. Deer Lodge is the second oldest city in Montana and has a lot of gold mining history. The area also has good antique stores. Golf and great fishing nearby. Big rig sites, tent sites and kabins. Modem dataport. Also available: Snack bar, 50 amp. Extended season for hunters.

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    • Dillon KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-2751

    This RV Park has a blue ribbon trout stream flowing past it: the Beaverhead. Also, the Big Hole river is nearby, where the beautiful Grayling can still be found. Another day trip can take you to Red Rocks Lake Wildlife Refuge, where Louis, the trumpeter swan, spent his summers. Or, dig for crystals at Crystal Park. Enjoy ice cream socials at the campground on most summer nights. Cool off in the swimming pool. Golf nearby. Big rig sites, tent sites and kabins. Free cable TV. Modem dataport. Also available: Restaurant(breakfast and dinner) LP gas, 50 amp, bicycle rentals. Group pavilion available.

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    • St. Mary/East Glacier KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-1504

    St. Mary is only minutes away from the entrance to Glacier National Park and the Going to the Sun Highway. This historic highway through the park takes you through stunning peaks and the high alpine scenery of the continental divide. This campground has an amazing location right next to the St. Mary river and St. Mary lake. Join us for a hearty breakfast on the morning and a nightly barbeque at the AOK Barbeque. Cool off in the pool or relax in our hot tub. Kids can hit the playground and game room. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins and kottages. Free wireless internet. Modem dataport. Also available: Camp Store, Restaurant(breakfast and dinner) LP gas, 50 amp, bicycle rentals, canoe rentals. Group pavilion available.

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    • West Glacier KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-3313

    This campground has a lot to offer with the combination of Glacier Park's lakes and scenery only a few minutes away and the host of activities on the campground and in nearby towns. Glacier Park's west side has beautiful, crystal clear, Lake McDonald and the west end of the engineering marvel of the Going to the Sun Highway. See giant cedar groves, waterfalls, Harlequin ducks, and high alpine grandeur. Montana's biggest water slide is a few minutes away. Whitefish, Bigfork and Kalispell have a variety of good restaurants, interesting shops, and wonderful golf courses. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Cool off in the swimming pool or relax in one of two hot tubs. Grownups can hang out in the lodge and play some pool. There are nightly videos and naturalist talks twice a week. Hotspotzz wireless internet. Modem dataport. Also available: Camp Store, Restaurant(breakfast and dinner), ice cream shop, LP gas, 50 amp, bicycle rentals. Group pavilion available.

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    • Whitefish / Kalispell North KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-8734

    You'll find this park down in a forested valley off the highway, only 24 miles away from Glacier Park. If you are a kid, there's never a dull moment at this KOA. We have a playground, petting zoo, swimming pool, kiddie paddle boats, banana bikes, frisbee golf course, mini putt course, foosball, billiards, air hockey and more. And it's all free, so Mom and Dad can have that dull moment they've been craving. On summer mornings you can let us do the cooking and join us at our free hot breakfast. Our restaurant serves lunch and dinner featuring hot sandwiches, pizza and a nightly barbeque. Free wireless internet, and two free computer terminals to check your email. Cool off in the pool or relax in our hot tub. Deluxe big rig sites, tent sites, kabins and deluxe kottages. Also available: Camp Store, Restaurant(breakfast lunch dinner), LP gas, 50 amp, classic arcade video games in the game room. Group pavilion available.

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    • Great Falls KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-6584

    Lewis and Clark portaged around the Great Falls of the Missouri near here. You will enjoy a visit to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive center and nearby Giant Springs. (and you can see the falls!) Famous cowboy painter C. M. Russell sketched, sculpted and spun yarns in his little log studio here. Now there is a wonderful museum of western art there. This campground features a great waterpark, nightly entertainment, a petting zoo and outdoor activities like volleyball, horseshoes, banana bikes, playground, nature walk, and basketball hoops. You'll appreciate being able to relax in one of our hot tubs after a long day on the road. Free wireless internet. Modem dataport. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins and deluxe kottages. Kamping Kitchens. Also available: Camp Store, Restaurant(breakfast and dinner) LP gas, 50 amp, bicycle rentals, telephone service. Group pavilion available.

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    • Hardin KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-1635

    The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument (Custer's Last Stand) is close to this campground, and if you get the chance, visit here in late June to watch the annual reenactment. Or come for Crow Fair on the third weekend of August and see why it's the called Teepee Capitol of the World. Fishing is close by on the Bighorn river. Eastern Montana is famous for its big blue sky and bright stars. We invite you to join us at our daily Ice Cream Social and to come watch a movie afterwards. We do cookouts every night in the summer. Enjoy the swimming pool and hut tub. Kids can play in the recreation room. Free Cable TV, Modem dataport. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Also available: wireless internet, Camp Store, restaurant(breakfast and dinner) LP gas, 50 amp, bicycle rentals. Group pavilion available.

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    • Livingston / Paradise Valley KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-2805

    This KOA borders the Yellowstone river, so it's only natural that the camp store is also a Fly Shop! You will be within easy driving distance of Yellowstone Park's north entrance at Gardiner. Your kids will enjoy a splash in our pool. In the summer we have pancake breakfasts and ice cream socials every day. Join us on Sunday for service in our onsite chapel. Free modem dataport. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins and deluxe kamping kottages. Also available: Full service restaurant, Hotspotzz wireless internet, LP gas, 50 amp. Gated entrance. Group pavilion available.

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    • Miles City KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-3909

    Miles city is a classic old western town. So classic, in fact, that it's even been in the movies. You'll want to check out the Range Riders museum and The Custer County Art & Heritage Center. If you can make it, try to show up for the world-famous Bucking Horse Sale on the 3rd Full Weekend in May. The Miles City KOA is under new ownership and has been seeing a lot of renovations lately. Fishing is very close on the Tongue river and the Yellowstone. Check your email in the lounge using our free wireless internet. Hop in the pool to cool off. Hunt for agates along the river. Golf on a nearby course. Enjoy the well shaded big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Also available: Cable TV, 50 amp.

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    • Missoula KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-5366

    Missoula is a lively town with a wonderful blend of easy access to natural wonders and an active cultural scene. Surrounded by wilderness and National Forest, with five rivers flowing through town, you are sure to find something fun to do outside. Match that with all the good restaurants, live music and trendy shops and you can see you will have a lot of fun here. The Missoula KOA makes a great base camp from which to explore all the good stuff that the area has to offer. Hop in the pool to cool off. Hop in a hot tub to relax. Repeat as necessary. We have an ice cream social every night in the summer and a pancake breakfast every morning. The kids can romp in our playgrounds or test their dexterity in the game room. Golf on a nearby course. Enjoy the deluxe big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Free wireless Internet. Also available: Camp store, cable TV, mini golf, bike rentals,50 amp. Meeting room available.

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    • Polson / Flathead Lake KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-2130

    Polson is situated on the shores of the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, Flathead Lake. The lake is beautiful, deep and clear. Rocky peaks march along the east shore, under which the mild lake weather allows for the growing of the sweetest cherries you will ever taste. Recreational opportunities abound here, as in so much of Montana. White water rafting, horseback riding, fishing charters and hiking are just a few of the things you can enjoy. This multi award winning campground will be sure to please you. Our pancake breakfasts and nightly movies can be habit forming. We have a wonderful mini golf course. The kids can splash in the pool while you relax in the hot tub. Golf on a nearby course. Enjoy the deluxe big rig sites, tent sites, kabins, and deluxe kottages. Free hotspotzz wireless internet. Also available: Camp store, cafe, bike rentals, LP gas, 50 amp. Group pavilion available.

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    • Red Lodge KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-7540

    This KOA is located just east of the spectacular 12,000 foot high Beartooth Mountains. These are the highest mountains in Montana, and the great granddaddy of them all is Granite Peak, which was the very last state high point to be climbed. The Beartooth highway starts here, which takes you through this amazing wilderness. It is said to be the most beautiful highway in America. In addition to the unmatchable beauty of the area, this campground sports two little creeks to fish in. Swimming pool. Game room. Golf on a nearby course. Nearby fishing, hiking, river rafting, horseback riding, white water rafting. Red Lodge also has great shopping and restaurants. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Wireless internet available. Also available: Camp store, bike rentals, mini-golf, 50 amp. Group pavilion available.

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    • Three Forks KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-9752

    The headwaters of the Missouri river are at Three Forks, where the Madison, Jefferson, and Gallatin come together. Highway 287 runs right by the campground and if you follow it north, you will be thrilled with the high plains scenery and rocky mountain splendor along the way to Glacier. The Lewis and Clark caverns are nearby; a not-to-be-missed cave system. The Three Forks KOA features large grassy shaded sites, swimming pool, and beautiful landscaping with many flower beds. There is also a playground and facilities for groups. Nearby blue ribbon trout fishing, golf course. Free telephone service and modem dataport. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins. Also available: Snack bar, 50 amp. Group pavilion available.

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    • Townsend / Canyon Ferry Lake KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-5904

    Just up the road from Three Forks, you'll find the Canyon Ferry KOA located along the shore of Canyon Ferry Lake. The campground has a marina and bait shop and the fishing here is great. Big rig sites, tent sites, kabins, and fully furnished apartment suites. Free wireless. Open year round for summer fun and winter hunting and ice fishing. After you get in off the water, relax in the recreation room. Also available: Restaurant, Camp store, deli, LP gas, 50 amp. Group pavilion available.

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    • West Yellowstone KOA

    • Ph: (800) 562-7591

    Yellowstone KOA is your base camp to explore the world's first National Park. Old Faithful geyser spouts just 34 miles east of the RV park. Yellowstone is a truly amazing place. There are thermal features (geysers, glittering hot pools, smoking fumaroles) all over the place. Bison and elk graze in the meadows and huge moose stalk the deep valleys. You can see a wild grizzly in the Hayden valley or cast your fly in a quiet pool of the Firehole. You will be comfortable at the Yellowstone KOA. Wake up each morning to a pancake breakfast and give your taste buds a charge each evening at our mouthwatering barbeque. Kids can splash in the pool while you relax in the hot tub. Deluxe big rig sites, tent sites, kabins, and deluxe Kottages. Free Cable TV, free modem dataport. Use our Kamping Kitchen to conveniently prepare meals. Also available: Hotspotzz wireless internet, Restaurant, Camp store, mini golf, tours, bicycle rentals, LP gas, 100 amp, game room, horseback rides, homemade fudge. Group pavilion available.

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