Great Falls KOA

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Reserve: 800-562-6584

Info: 406-727-3191


1500 51st Street South

Great Falls, MT 59405

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Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4 out of 5

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Local Area Attractions

Paris Gibson Square

A juxtaposition of elegant 19th century architecture with dynamic exhibitions of contemporary art in seven different galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden. Exhibitions feature notable Montana artists while also examining the work of national and international contemporary artists who have made significant contributions to the art world.

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Lewis and Clark National Forest

This forest spreads across thirteen counties, seven mountain ranges, and administers an interpretive center in Great Falls.

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Fort Benton - The birthplace of Montana

Explore the Heritage Complex, which includes Historic Old Fort Benton, Then Museum of the Northern Great Plains, The Museum of the Upper Missouri River, The Upper Missouri River Breaks NM Interpretive Center.

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Water Playground

Five slides, interactive spary elements, sunny and shady spots to picnic. Two hot tubs as well.

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C.M. Russell Museum Complex

View many of this famous western artists painting and sculptures, his home and studio.

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Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center

A wonderful way to be explorers, like Lewis & Clark. See their trek from the start to finish.

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Giant Springs State Park

Home of one of the most abundant natural springs and shortest rivers (Roe) in the world Great place to view a large variety of bird life.

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Gates of the Mountains

Scenic boat tour on the Missouri River. You'll get a look at some of the amazing vistas that Lewis & Clark saw from their canoes. You will not see this from the interstate!

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Rivers Edge Trail Walk and Bike

27 Miles along the Missouri, just waiting for you to explore the beauty of the Missouri River on foot or bicycle.

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Havre Beneath the Streets

Living history tour of the underground business area (after an 1840s fire destroyed most of the city), depicting the area's wild west frontier history.

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Great Falls KOA has so many trees and beautiful gardens to enjoy as well as a terrific nature trail.

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For some great ball games, head to Centene Stadium. There you can watch the Great Falls Voyagers, rookie affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.

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City Band Concerts at Gibson Park

The Great Falls Municipal Band provides entertaining concerts every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. late June through mid August at the Gibson Park band shell. 2012is the 118th consecutive year of outdoor performances in the Gibson Park Band Shell. The Municipal Band concerts are enjoyable experiences for all ages!The concerts are free. Bring your own chair or blanket. Concessions and rest rooms are available

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Holter Museum of Art

Contemporary art museum in Helena, MT featuring exhibitions of work by internationally known artists.

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Malmstrom Air Force Base Museum and Air Park

Aircraft, bombers, minuteman missile displays and one of the largest collection of military model aircraft displays in the Northwest.

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Five Fabulous Water Falls

There have been five dams built along a 20 mile stretch of the Missouri river in and near Great Falls. Several of these dams are accessible by walking or cycling the Rivers Edge Trail. They are Black Eagle Falls, Rainbow Falls and Crooked Falls and one fall that is now beneath the surface. The Great Fall is located a short drive away at Ryan Dam . This is a photo of "The Great Falls of the Missouri", just below Ryan Dam.

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First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park

First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park, formerly known as Ulm Pishkun, is an archeological site with possibly the largest bison cliff jump in North America. Native peoples used this site for at least two thousand years prior to Lewis and Clark's expedition through Montana.

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Sluice Boxes State Park

Definitely bring a camera when visiting for a day.Remains of mines, a railroad, and historic cabins line Belt Creek as it winds through a beautiful canyon carved in limestone. This rugged area has seen its share of prospectors searching for precious metals, miners, muleskinners, smeltermen, and railroaders building bridges. The Barker mines and the Montana Central Railroad are just a part of the rich history of this park.

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Helena -- Montana's Capital

Beautifully restored State Capital building and historic paintings just a short drive to Helena.

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The Fiberglass Herd

Scattered about town are a herd of beautifully painted buffalo, even one that is a "Fishalo" . See how many you can find. Here's a hint, we have one right here at the KOA.
These fiberglass sculptures were done by many artists and auctioned as a fund raiser for the C M Russell Museum

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Fishing on the Missouri and Smith Rivers

Fishing spots abundant along the rivers. Guides are also available.

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Historic Trolley

Leave the driving to the trolley lady! A great way to explore the intriguing and colorful history, bountiful culture and beautiful scenery of this wonderful community known as Great Falls, Montana. By reservation only.

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