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This place is very pretty, and they have some lovely sites with red concrete patios and swings. However, even when those sites are open we were informed they were taken. The narrowness between each space is apparent, and makes it challenging if you have dogs. Lastly, and more importantly, we saw everyone loving the WiFi at this site, however, the internet was almost not usable, my zoom meetings were awful, and getting any type of signal was a challenge. When I called the front desk to ask about the internet, Dustin informed me that his was working fine. So if you are Looking for no internet and tight spaces your in luck!
This was hands down the best KOA we’ve been to. Not to knock the other KOA’s but this one was great! Is was huge, incredibly clean, family and pet friendly, and just a solid overall spot. We were in site 100, and where right by the mini golf and about 250 yards from the river for fishing. We’d go back in a heartbeat.
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.
This was a pretty nice area beside the stream. The water is super cold if you want to try to grab a bath. The sites are a little more open for my liking, but it wasn’t too bad. The host was a little grumpy when we first pulled in, but seemed to be a little more nice in the morning.
We came to Beartooth Lake via Red Lodge on the Beartooth Highway. It’s a remarkable drive with views for days.
We didn’t have reservation coming up here, but found a beautiful site FF. We ended up in C19 and I’d highly recommend coming down to the last loop as there are only 4 sites and back here and two babbling brooks running down to the lake.
Sites were well maintained, spacious and protected from others. Toilets were FS toilets and got the job done.
We took a hike to the backside of the lake which had numerous shallow creek crossings and great vistas across the lake.
I don’t have any other campgrounds to compare to up here, but I would without hesitation come back.
No hookups of course. There is a toilet available. No light so make sure you take a flashlight at night. Great campsites. Privacy. Larger areas for groups. Fire rings. There are even some geocaches around the area. Great views. Good fishing. Clean and well kept. Make sure you pay and get your ticket at the front when you come in so the “ranger” knows you paid. Pack out what you pack in. Watch for open fire regs.