You have to drive through part of Great Falls, Montana to get to this campground, but once you are in it, you forget all about the city. You get the full camping (in a campground) experience, but you can easily drive into the city to pick up whatever you forgot to pack.
Our site was in what they call a tent village, which is a nice roundabout of tent sites. There are walls separating the sites for privacy, but the area is big enough for your vehicle and a large tent, or multiple smaller tents. Toward the middle of the roundabout is a covered area, including a table, counter, electrical outlets, and a large cabinet that can be locked with a padlock. The tent villages are very close to a nice restroom/showers that require a key code to get in.
KOA has everything you need. An outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, tent, cabin and rv spots.Outside kitchens. Shower area, small store, playground, and wifi. A lot of room to move around and have fun. You can even winter camp. We really enjoyed camping there and our day trips with the cub scouts.
Pros: Pool and playground are great for young kids.
Clean and well kept
Cons: right next to a Walmart. Town is encroaching on this KOA.
This campground sits just on the outskirts of Great Falls. It is like most KOA's with many amenities including a pool. Showers were very nice. Of course it is close to everything in town such as WalMart, gas stations, restaurants, and shopping.
Everthing you could possibly want or need in a campground! Waterslides, Petting Zoo, Swimming Pool. Clean facilities, friendly operators. Spent 3 nights but definitely could have spent longer!