Open: Open from Apr 15 through Oct 31 Number of Sites: 111 Tents Allowed: Yes
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 Butte's Old Works Golf Course. Fish in streams running near your campsite or stroll a trail and feed the geese at a neighboring game preserve. Then treat yourself: The KOA deli serves such appetizing fare that locals often drop in for a bite.
50 Max Amp
80' Max Length
Pool (Jun 01 to Sep 10)
Located on I-90 & I-15, take Montana St interchange. One block north to George St, then east one block.
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