Butte KOA

1601 Kaw Avenue

Butte, MT 59701

Reserve: 800-562-8089

Info: 406-782-8080

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Our Lady of the Rockies -- Tours Daily Photo

Our Lady of the Rockies -- Tours Daily

A 90-foot statue in the likeness of Mary, Mother of Jesus, located atop the Continental Divide (8,510 feet above sea level) overlooking Butte, Montana.

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World Museum of Mining Photo

World Museum of Mining

The World Museum of Mining is a 44-acre museum in Butte, Montana, preserving and bringing to life more than a century of American history. Explore more than 50 structures, ranging from the 100-foot-high headframe of the Orphan Girl Mine to a re-creation of a mining town,

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Montana Tech Mineral Museum Photo

Montana Tech Mineral Museum

TheThe Mineral Museum is located on the Montana Tech Campus, overlooking the historic mining city of Butte. The Museum exhibits 1,300 specimens from its extensive collection of minerals from Butte, Montana, and worldwide localities.

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Trolley Car Tours Photo

Trolley Car Tours

Highly recommended, daily tours of Historic Butte. Tours run from mid-May through September.

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Berkeley Pit Photo

Berkeley Pit

Former largest open pit copper mine in the U.S., now filled with water to a depth of approximately 1800 ft.

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Virginia - Nevada City

Virginia City, Montana sits high in the Rocky Mountains in a bowl along Alder Gulch, where gold was first discovered in 1863, during the Civil War. Within a year the town grew to over 10,000 and became the Territorial Capital in 1865. Today, Virginia City's main street provides an exceptional example of commercial architecture from the later eighteen hundreds. Many of the original structures are filled with original artifacts. Be sure to visit the buildings in nearby Nevada City as well.

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Lewis and Clark Caverns -- Cardwell Photo

Lewis and Clark Caverns -- Cardwell

Take a guided tour through the largest limestone caverns in the Northwest, passageways and crystal-clear pools at Montanas first state park. Tours are available May through September. Great for kids!

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Gates of the Mountains -- Helena

The attraction gets its name from rock walls that "open" as your boat approaches. Guided tour boats offer access to the canyon.

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Original Governors Mansion -- Helena

Admission is free. Tours are available April to Memorial Day (Tuesday - Saturday) Noon to 5 p.m.; Memorial Day through Labor Day (Tuesday - Sunday) Noon to 5 p.m.; Labor Day through December (Tuesday - Saturday) Noon to 5 p.m. The mansion is closed January through March. Tours begin on the hour with the last tour being at 4 p.m.

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Old Works Golf Course Photo

Old Works Golf Course

This course is Jack Nicklaus first "Signature Course" in the state. Amenities include: custom clubhouse, premier practice facility, chipping/bunker practice area, three practice holes to experience on-course conditions, fully equipped pro shop, practice putting green. Located in Anaconda, Montana.

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Open Pit Copper Mine - Truck Operated

Still in operation, using two hundred ton trucks. Butte is called the "Richest Hill on Earth", because of the amount of copper that has been mined here beginning in the 1800's.

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Copper King Mansion

Home of William Clark, one of Butte's Copper Kings. Tours available.

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Yellowstone National Park Photo

Yellowstone National Park

A mountain home to grizzly bears, wolves, herds of bison, elk, and deer, and much more. The park one of the last natural ecosystems in the Earth's temperate zone. The park roughly is 2.2 million acres in the northwest corner of Wyoming. Getting there is easy and a beautiful drive!

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Evil Knievel Days Photo

Evil Knievel Days

Evil Knievel Days is a festival in uptown Butte, Montana. There are entertainers, shows, and fun parties to attend. This event is three days long each year; July 24th, 25th, 26th in 2014.

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Bannack Ghost Town

Visit Montana's first Territorial Capital with over 60 buildings still standing. Check out Bannack Days, the third weekend in July, where you can learn pioneer skills and listen to music that fills the streets of this historic town!

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Headframe Spirits Distillery Photo

Headframe Spirits Distillery

A distillery and tasting room in Historic Uptown Butte. Stop in and try one of their many refreshing cocktails made from their very own spirits!

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