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This was down a gravel road situated by the I94 bridge over the Bighorn River. We took what looked to be the main site with picnic table and fire ring. There may have been more sites especially under the bridge. There was a small but clean vault toilet but no garbage. Thankfully, the traffic on I-94 is light so the noise was negligible. We had a view of the river nestled against the ubiquitous cottonwoods. The site is free. We were there in late September 2020 in a pop up truck camper.
Stopped for one night tent dry camping on 9/10/20. Clean and quiet. Close to interstate (pros and cons). Parking available next to tent area. No fire rings in the large tent area. Limited picnic tables. Had two bucks stroll within 30 yards of the tent area. Bathrooms and showers were secure and clean. No firewood for sale. Had to buy from KOA next door.
Heading back behind some local farms is a gem of a fishing spot. It's a wide open group camp spot with vaulted toilet only no showers. Great access to the river with a little boat ramp. There's only one campsite with shade and it looks like you need a 4x4 to get in there. The shaded spot is quite a distance from the toilet.
Not the fanciest of campsites but basics are there and the people are nice. Level gravel parking pads. Buildings are in need of some repairs. Easy in and easy out. Located near convenience store and gas station. Close to Little Bighorn battlefield which is where we were going. We did a one night stay.
A few miles off of the highway and you will find this nice camping area along the Yellowstone River. Very windy the day we were there, but the campsites were nice with fire rings and the scenery was exceptional. This is close to Pompey’s Pillar(which is currently closed for repair), and the Little Bighorn battlefield. Also not far from Billings.
Super cool getting to stay at the very first KOA in America!
Very easy to get to, right off of I90. We travel and run our business from the road and it's crucial for us to have wifi, good wifi because we have small windows to get things done since we have 3 kids under 5, 3 dogs over 5, a cat and a grandma rollin with us.
We really enjoyed Billings, KOA. It was clean, staff was super, easy in and out. The Wifi was TOP NOTCH and fast. We were streaming for the kids and burning away at the laptops.
Things we loved:
- river access
Not so much:
- Kids playground needed some loving
- Sites were pretty tight
We will stay here again. We experienced a microburst when we were here that knocked down several trees, the power and was pretty scary. We pondered moving on but they cleaned up the park, had the power back on and wifi with in 24 hours. INCREDIBLE!
Quite possibly our favorite campsite so far on our trip to Yellowstone. This is the original KOA established in 1962, and believe me they have it down to an art AND a science.￼ The place is incredibly organized, the staff is amazing. They have all the amenities that will make your stay truly memorable for you and your family. They have a large swimming pool, and a hot tub, and a great little putt putt golf course. The tent sites were very comfortable, they are on grass, with grated fire pits.
I’ve never been to a place that had so many bathrooms, and showers. There was never a line at any time. The laundry facilities were immaculate, and always available.
This KOA truly sets the bar for a safe environment for you and your family. The only challenge that I had was trying to get my daughter to leave. She was happy staying there versus going to see Yellowstone park!￼￼