Billings KOA

547 Garden Ave
Billings, MT 59101

Date Visited: July 2018


We paid: $51 PER NIGHT

Review: Because we decided to leave Theodore Roosevelt National Park a day early, the only thing that Billings KOA had available was an electric/water site, instead of the full hookup site we had reserved for the next night. We were able to use their dump station, which is by the pool.

Sites on our side of the park (the low-rent side), were close together, on gravel with some grass, but nothing special. The sites on the premium side were quite nice with concrete patios and a little more room. Check-in process was very efficient and they have a lot of amenities at this park (ice cream, etc.).

Billings is a great place to recover and restock in between TR National Park and Yellowstone, both of which have no hookups. You’re close to Costco, Walmart, brewery restaurants, etc.

One of the best things about this KOA is that you’re right on the Yellowstone River, so it’s a nice little walk along the river. We left at 4:30 a.m. to make sure we got a campsite at Mammoth Campground in Yellowstone. It’s about a 3-hour drive from Billings.

If we were to stay here again, I’d pay the premium to be on the nicer side. As usual, I feel like KOA campgrounds are overpriced for what you get.

Canada geese enjoy a recently vacated site.