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2015 KOA Directory

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119 Visit koa.com 89 10 540 90 Pine Creek Pine Creek Road Yellowstone Park Exit 333 10 mi. 42 mi. LIVINGSTON Chico Hot Springs Yellowstone River ® YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK AREA 9 Livingston/Paradise Valley Towering cottonwoods shade this mountain country KOA along the Yellowstone River. You are never much more than a long cast from KOA's 500 ft. of frontage on the Yellowstone, a blue-ribbon trout stream. If you lose your favorite fl y, replace it at the campground store! Livingston boasts a fl y-fi shing museum, art galleries and antique shops. Find outdoor activities in every direction. Don't miss a visit to Yellowstone National Park, 40 miles south. Your hosts can arrange raft trips on the Yellowstone and horseback rides, and they'll direct you toward great hikes in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness Area. Email: livingstonmtkoa@gmail.com. Pool: May 8–Oct. 4. Max pull thru: 90 ft. Your hosts: Terry and Diane Devine. From I-90 Exit 333: 10 miles south on Hwy 89 toward Yellowstone Park. Turn left on Pine Creek Rd, slightly more than 1 mile to KOA. From Yellowstone Park: Take Hwy 89 N to Pine Creek Rd between mile marker 43 and 44. Right on Pine Creek Rd, go slightly more than 1 mile. GPS: N45.51206, W110.57971 May 1 — October 12 koa.com/camp/livingston RESERVATIONS 800-562-2805 • INFO 406-222-0992 163 Pine Creek Road, Livingston, MT 59047 8 Hardin This KOA is located in the Big Sky Country where Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer made his last stand. Stay at this campground and visit the Little Bighorn Battlefi eld National Monument and museum and watch Custer's Last Stand Reenactment in late June. Don't forget Pompeys Pillar National Monument, Bighorn River, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and a trip to Yellowtail Dam. Stay in the grassy tent sites or level RV sites and enjoy the swimming pool and horseshoes. Little campers can try out the playground swings while you visit with friendly neighbors. Grab a treat at the nightly ice cream socials. Let your pets roam the large walking area for exercise. Oh, yes— trout fi shing on the Bighorn River is just a mile away. It's only a fi ve-hour drive west to Yellowstone National Park and a fi ve-hour drive east to Mount Rushmore. Open April 1–October 15, weather permitting. Pool: June 1– Sept. 15. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: Dave and Gina Trzebiatowski. I-90: Take Exit 495. Go north 1.5 miles on Hwy 47. April 1 — October 15 koa.com/camp/hardin RESERVATIONS 800-562-1635 • INFO 406-665-1635 RR 1, Box 1009, Hardin, MT 59034 7 Great Falls Lewis and Clark portaged the Great Falls of the Missouri River, but they would not have left had they camped at the Great Falls KOA, a lush oasis of trees, fl owers and vegetable gardens. Motorcyclists, tent trailers, pickup campers and tenters love this KOA's tent villages. Sixteen deluxe family-style bathrooms of er spacious, clean 4-foot showers. Slide, splash and soak in the one-of-a-kind water playground and hot tubs. Breakfast features cracked-wheat pancakes and locally made chokecherry syrup. The River Town Rounders entertain nightly with Western music and cowboy poetry. You'll fi nd a fully stocked store with gourmet cof ee, lattes, ice cream, souvenirs, snack bar, groceries, ice, beer and more. Two Camping Kitchens are available, and this KOA also has free fi rewood! Stay in the elevated log Deluxe Cabins and experience "big sky" views of rolling wheat fi elds and the Rocky Mountains. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 90 ft. Your hosts: Ray and Linda Malloy. On 87-89 southeast edge of city. I-15 Exit 278 (10th Ave S Exit), go E 5 mi to 51st St. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/great-falls RESERVATIONS 800-562-6584 • INFO 406-727-3191 1500 51st Street South, Great Falls, MT 59405 Montana 87 87N 89 200 15 15 GREAT FALLS CITY OF 10th Ave. South 10th Ave. South Exit 278 51st St. 15th St. ® M i s s o u r i R i v e r S u n R i v e r 313 47 90 90 Billings 50 mi. Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument 15 mi. Yellowtail Dam 42 mi. 1.5 mi. Exit 495 HARDIN Pompeys Pillar 47 mi. ® Yellowstone Park

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