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This is the KOA corporate office, not a campground.
This a no-frills spot to spend a night, but wouldn’t want to stay longer. Sites are tightly-spaced without so much as a place for more than one camper to park while checking in. There is nowhere to walk dogs other than the bit of grass at each site or along the road outside the CG, making it…
Very nice sites. With great views nice little store. Very friendly staff.
Great spot right next to the river. Has toilet and boat ramp. Shade is good. Not too many things to do around the area unless a boat is brought in, but great for quick one night camping.
Nice place but again not a good spot there are way better spots open yet we still not able to get into one. Great place for kids as usual had pool mini golf playground
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We pulled in for a one night stay and wish we could have spent an extra night. The campground is immaculate, beautiful trees giving off plenty of shade, looks to be brand new playground with TURF (so glad to not see rocks!), and the putt putt looks well taken care of.
Clean, cheerful, easy to get in and out- convenient to the highway- highly recommend Only hiccup was how low to the ground the electric was- we had to bend the cord to connect
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This place was easy to book, it was really pretty and clean. Loved the quiet and birdsong!
Super easy check-in process. Nothing special but a clean , easy stop for a night. There is a train that goes by if you’re sensitive to noise. We only heard it a couple of times.
Called city of Laurel and they confirmed campground is closed.
This area is for dedicated horseback riders or hikers. The road getting there is horrible it's very washboard e and the going is very slow. I do not recommend it for any kind of RV or camp trailer. When I go out here to ride I usually take my least favorite horse trailer a big living quarters…
This is one of my favorite local riding spots. The trails are well used and vary from flat and easy to moderately difficult. Lots of bicyclers on the trails. There are some camping spots.
Beautiful setting among trees. On the backside of campground several spots around a small pond. There's a public swimming pool and a nice small general store with laundry. Downtown Billings is minutes away.
It’s a cool looking place from a distance then when you get close it’s not so cool
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…