Local Area Attractions
Range Rider Museum
At the museum you will find true local history, everything from a collection of over 400 guns to replica of Fort Keogh. It includes nine different buildings housing thousands of articles, as well as a Charles M. Russell Gallery.
Miles Citys Many Buildings on the National Register of Historic Places
Take the self-guided walking tour and see the likes of the old Montana Bar and the Olive Hotel where "Gus" died in Lonesome Dove. For more information contact the Miles City Chamber of Commerce at 877-632-2890.
We have 70 cottonwoods over 50 tall - a rare thing in an eastern Montana campground.
Range Rider Museum
At this museum you'll find true local history, everything from a collection of over 400 guns to replica of Fort Keogh.
Local Area Activities
Miles City is at the center for antelope, white and mule deer hunting.
You can golf at the Miles City Town and Country Club. It is open to the public. It is a 9-hole cottonwood shaded course with contours to challenge any golfer.
This is a great town to ride your bike in. You can also mountain bike along the rivers.
There is a short hike along the Tongue River to the mouth of the Yellowstone River. This is the same hike Captain William Clark took to meet with the Indians in 1806.
Another hike to downtown to see the 1880's cowboy bars.
For a longer hike, go to Spotted Eagle Lake, just under four miles round trip.
You can put in at the Tongue River dam and float a slow twelve miles to the campground.
The Yellowstone River is reserved for very experienced kayakers only as it has a heavy undertow.
Contact the Montana Wildlife and Parks Agency for details. (406) 234-0900
Local Area EventsListing Calendar
World-Famous Bucking Horse Sale - 3rd Full Weekend in May
Three days of rough stock action, block dances, parade, trade show, wild horse races, barbecues and street dances on Friday and Saturday nights. Come join this gathering of wild or undomesticated horses, cowboys and stock contractors. Reservations for the Bucking Horse Sale have to be made by calling the campground directly at 1-800-562-3909 or (406) 232-3991.