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2015 KOA Directory

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118 Use the ICON KEY on the FRONT COVER FLAP Montana 6 Dillon Fish for browns and rainbows in Beaverhead River, a blue-ribbon stream bordering this campground, with mountain views in every direction. Take in views of three mountain ranges from the pool while the kids ride around on KOA's banana bikes. Nearby, visit four sites along the trail forged by explorers Lewis and Clark. Hike, fi sh and tour a ghost town at Bannack State Park. Drive east to Yellowstone National Park, passing through the frontier gold camp of Virginia City. Northwest of Dillon, hunt for crystals at Crystal Park. On Labor Day weekend, Dillon welcomes a professional rodeo. Extra charge for additional guests (adults and children) at KOA. Pool: June 1–Sept. 6. Max pull thru: 120 ft. Your hosts: Bob and Pam. S'bnd Exit 63 or Hwy 41 S on Montana St, until you come to stop sign, right on Reeder 3/4 mile. N'bnd Exit 62, turn right at end of of -ramp, then left on Reeder. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/dillon RESERVATIONS 800-562-2751 • INFO 406-683-2749 735 West Park Street, Dillon, MT 59725 41 15 Butte Virginia City & Bozeman Beaverhead River W. Park St. Idaho Falls 150 mi. DILLON Exit 63 Exit 62 Reeder St. ® A t l a n t i c S t . M o n t a n a S t . 5 Deer Lodge Halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks, Deer Lodge KOA is located in a valley next to the Clark Fork River where mountain men and Native Americans once trapped and traded. Ruins of ghost mining towns are a short drive from here. Tour the Grant-Kohrs Ranch, formerly the property of one of Montana's wealthiest cattle barons. Don't miss the Old Montana Prison museums. Golf at the nearby course with a spectacular view of Mount Powell. Sleep cozily in a heated Cabin or pitch a tent on an expansive grassy area. Swim for free in the municipal Olympic-size pool nearby in town (open evening hours) or enjoy playing horseshoes and badminton. This KOA is dog friendly with playgrounds, fi re pits and free Wi-Fi. Max pull thru: 75 ft. Your hosts: Cass Cahill and Ginger- Snap, the canine greeter. From I-90: Take Exit 184 or 187 into town and turn west at the only stoplight. Then go 3 blocks to Park St and turn right. 90 Exit to Deer Lodge Yellowstone National Park Main St. Glacier National Park Peoples Bank Milwaukee Ave. Stoplight Clark Fork ® April 1 — October 25 koa.com/camp/deer-lodge RESERVATIONS 800-562-1629 INFO 406-846-1629 329 Park Street Deer Lodge, MT 59722 4 Butte Here's an enviable spot to camp, midway between glorious Glacier and Yellowstone national parks. But don't hurry away until you've had a chance to explore Butte. It's easy: Just hop onto "Old Number One," the trolley car that boards next door at the Chamber of Commerce. Berkeley Pit is an engineering marvel, the largest truck-operated open-pit copper mine in America. Mansions of old-time mining barons cluster in Butte neighborhoods. After sightseeing, lace up hiking boots or maybe golf shoes—Jack Nicklaus designed Anaconda's Old Works Golf Course. Fish in streams running near your campsite or stroll a trail. Then treat yourself: The Chicken Shack serves such appetizing fare that locals often drop in for a bite. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: Joe Tice and Tom Cervenak, new owners. Located on I-90 & I-15: Take Montana St interchange, No. 126. One block north to George St, then east one block. April 15 — October 31 koa.com/camp/butte RESERVATIONS 800-562-8089 • INFO 406-782-8080 1601 Kaw Avenue, Butte, MT 59701 10 90 15 Front St. Montana St. Silver Bow Creek Kaw Ave. Rowe Rd. ®

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