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Billings KOA


547 Garden Avenue
Billings, MT 59101
406.252.3104
blgskoakamp@aol.com
http://www.koa.com/where/mt/26104/index.htm
3 Reviews
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The first time we stayed here it was September and there were very few people. The last time we stayed was July 2010, and it was very crowded. We arrived at our assigned site only to find someone had parked their car in it. We had to then drive back to the office for another site assignment.

Received from June for visit in Jun 2010


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Stay Again? NO
We stayed at the Billings KOA twice in two weeks time. For being the nation's first KOA, we were very pleasantly surprised! We enjoyed our stay, and it was definitely worth the $40/night (we have a KOA Gold Kard). The grounds were green and mowed. The swimming pool was clean and not overly cold like some pools are, and there were swings and patios at most sites. Oh, and you don't share a site with your neighbor (like Yellowstone RV Park next door does). So if you're passing through Billings I highly recommend Billings KOA.

Received from Scott C for visit in Aug 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This is the very first KOA. You would think it would be old and run down looking but it was quite the opposite. We saw signs on the Interstate that claimed this park was green. They were true. The lawns are lush and green. They also ran the sprinklers all day for the 2 nights we were there. The place look nice. The office staff are a bunch of young kids. They are friendly and informative. The interior roads are paved and in good shape. The sites are gravel and grass. Our site was a bit tight but most are roomy enough. I had no problem leveling. The park is very clean. It is far enough from the Interstate and trains that it was quiet. The Yellowstone River runs right by the park but it is not visible without a short hike over the banks.

Received from Dan for visit in Aug 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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