This campground under a majestic stand of more than 50 mature cottonwoods is near the juncture of the Tongue and Yellowstone rivers and just six blocks from the downtown of this historic High Plains cow town. Take a downtown walking tour to see frontier buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Among them, see the Olive Hotel where "Gus" died in the epic frontier miniseries Lonesome Dove. Campers fish in the Tongue River (license required), swim in the heated pool, play horseshoes and relax in the social room as they surf the Web. Miles City's Range Riders Museum, at the site of old Fort Keogh, showcases a replica fort. The Custer County Art & Heritage Center includes 19th-century Native American photos by Edward Curtis. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: Kevin, Jeanette, Adam and Molly Oster.
Low Clearance in town!
Use only exit 135. GPS is not a good thing here, don't use it and follow our directions..