- Basketball Court
- Fenced in Dog Run
- Military Clubs
- Motorcycle Clubs
- On Site RV Washing Permitted
- RV Clubs & Rallies
- Volleyball Court
- We cater to RV Rallies
Save the Date! The following events will be held between May and August of 2013 at the Polson KOA.
Crusin' by the Bay Car Show and Sandpiper Art Festival
Crusin' is one of the largest Car Shows in the Pacific Northwest when more than 500 hotrods, customs and classics line the streets of Polson. Book in advance for this event, we fill up fast!
Kids camp FREE for Father's Day weekend
Kids camp FREE on Father's Day Weekend at the Polson KOA. It's the one time of year when the kids won't cost Dad an arm, a leg or even a penny. So come celebrate the master camper, good 'ol Dad, by giving him a great gift of the great outdoors at the Polson KOA.
To book your weekend, visit polsonkoa.com, reserve online or call 888-883-2151 and reference Hot Deal Code *F.
Live Music on the Deck
August 9 - Enjoy our beautiful panoramic view of the Mission Mountain Range and Flathead Lake while listening to Sean Phillips the Caribbean Cowboy. After living in Southwest Florida for almost 20 years, Phillips has a great knowledge of the tropical music scene. He has a vast repertoire of material from Buffet to Marley and a little cowboy in between!
Standing Arrow Powwow July 19
The Kootenai Tribe, also known as the Ktunaxa Ksanka Band, welcome all nations and the general public to a "pow-wow weekend" the third weekend of July at the Elmo Pow-wow Grounds. It is a Native American gathering featuring drumming, dancing and traditional dress.
Arlee Powwow Celebration
July 4-8 Arlee Powwow Celebration
Open to the public and free admission. Arts, crafts, stick games, dance competitions, Indian and other various ethnic foods. Sponsored by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribal Nation and Yamncut (Drum Groups).
Meet Your Hosts
"Our staff is dedicated to making your stay with us one you'll remember for a lifetime."In February of 2000, Paul and Carlisa London found the change of lifestyle they were looking for when they purchased their KOA in Polson, Montana.
With their campground being set on a hillside, it offers spectacular views of the Mission Mountains and the glimmering waters of Flathead Lake. They recognized the opportunity to turn their KOA into one of the highest rated campgrounds in the country. They are always making improvements, and make cleanliness and excellent customer service their top priorities. They have received both the Founder’s Award and the President’s Award from KOA consistently since 2003. They also received the Rising Star Award from KOA in 2003.
"We are here to meet all your needs – from the moment you arrive to when you depart. Hopefully, you don’t depart", laughs Paul.