Local Area Attractions
Bozeman KOA is just 82 miles from the West and North entrances to Yellowstone. Base camp with us and tour the loops of Yellowstone Park. Explore other local attractions such as ghost towns and museums. Ride the rapids of the Gallatin River or soak your day away at the Bozeman Hot Springs, right next door.
Horseback Riding/White Water Rafting
There are several horseback riding and white water rafting outfitters located in the area. Several companies have joined together to provide a saddle/paddle package so you can enjoy the best of both adventures.
Museum of the Rockies
The Museum of the Rockies is home to the Taylor Planetarium, which offers live narrated tours of the night sky, and the Siebel Dinosaur Complex. The dinosaur exhibit is based on the research of Dr. Jack Horner, paleontologist and advisor to the Jurassic Park films. Visitors here can see the world's largest T-rex skull.
Virginia City/Nevada City
Relive the past when you visit these two ghost towns. The entire town of Nevada City has been restored to an open air museum capturing the flavor of an early day mining camp. Virginia City has the graves of outlaws hung by the vigilantes of the community. Ride the train from Virginia City to Nevada City and enjoy a wonderful performance by the Virginia City Players performing group. For more information visit, http://virginiacitymt.com.
As the movie A River Runs Through It depicted, we are home to some of the best fly fishing in the world. The Gallatin River is just 5 minutes away and the Madison River only 20 minutes away. Visit www.troutfitters.com for more info on fly fishing guide services in Montana.
Enjoy hiking at beautiful Hyalite Canyon. It boasts four beautiful waterfalls with a 20 to 30 minute hike to each. For the more adventurous trailblazer you can hike the M, located at the mouth of Bridger Canyon, on Baldy Mountain. This hike will provide some great views of Bozeman and the M stands for....that's right, Montana State University. Visit http://www.bozemannet.com for more information on hiking trails in our area.
Bozeman Hot Springs
Enjoy a therapeutic swim at the Bozeman Hot Springs which is located right next door to the KOA. The relaxing pools may be just what you need after a long day of driving. Please note the Hot Springs are closed from sundown Friday evening to sundown Saturday evening. Please visit http://www.bozemanhotsprings.org for more info.
This arch commemorates Gardiner as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park. It has marked the North entrance road since Teddy Roosevelt dedicated it in 1903.
Some of the best shopping (and eating) can be found in the unique shops located in the quaint and historic downtown Bozeman. You can also shop over 65 stores in the Gallatin Valley Mall. Is there a little treasure hunter in you? We are just minutes away from several antique stores and don't forget the unique gifts and souvenirs found at our own Bozeman KOA gift shop. Please visit http://www.montanacampshopping.com for more info on a great antique shopping experience or visit http://www.gallatinvalleymall.com for more info on mall shops.
Yellowstone National Park
Bozeman KOA is perfectly placed for an easy day trip to Yellowstone. Once there you can explore a world of geysers, hot springs, and a wildlife preserve unmatched anywhere in the world.
Zip Line Tours
Soar over the trees and across the Gallatin River on a zip line with Yellowstone Zipline and Canopy Tours. Please visit yellowstonezip.com to for information and pricing.
Alpacas of Montana is a Bozeman, Montana alpaca farm located just minutes from the KOA. They offer alpacas for sale as well as alpaca products such as socks, hats, scarves, sweaters, etc. Alpacas of Montana have over 120 alpacas on their farm and all of their products are handcrafted in Bozeman. For more information please visit www.AlpacasOfMontana.com.