Why Choose KOA?
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Our Great People
KOA University is where it starts. Six times a year our people gather to learn everything there is to know about camping. Their graduation certificate? Why, a yellow shirt, of course.
KOA camping is different. Our Great People
make sure of that. At every one of our over 475
locations our focus is you. Your experiences.
Your enjoyment. Your memories. Your camping.
If you’re staying overnight or over a month every KOA is packed with the things you need to make your stay comfortable, convenient, fun and memorable. From Wi-Fi and cable to fire rings and food service, we’ve got you covered.
With over 475 campgrounds, we’re near most every attraction and national park in America. Wherever you want to go … we’re already there. And our knowledgeable people can help you figure out where to go and what to do.
Local AttractionsIf you want to know what’s happening nearby ask the locals. And our Yellow Shirts are the locals. Not only can they steer you to the hidden gems, they probably have a special deal with them. Just ask.
SizeBigger isn’t always better but in this case it is. At more than 475 campgrounds and over 60,000 sites, KOA is by far the largest group of affiliated campgrounds on the continent. So whenever you roll up to a KOA you know what you are getting: clean, comfortable well-regulated camping. Every time.
When you’ve been designing great camping experiences for 48 years you’re sure to learn a lot. Especially when you pay as much attention to what campers want as we do. Every year we survey over 250,000 campers to learn where we can make improvements. Just like our founder, Dave Drum did back in 1962. Experience is the best teacher. We think you’ll agree.
Camping at KOA
With over 60,000 sites to choose from we have accommodations for campers of every style and preference.
It was 1962, and anything was possible. The Seattle World’s Fair was booming, with ten million people coming in droves to see what life was sure to be like in the 21st Century.
In Billings, Montana, businessman Dave Drum watched the overloaded station wagons and RV’s make their way west. And he saw opportunity reflected in every shiny hubcap. Soon he had constructed a campground along the Yellowstone River, just off of the new, fast-moving Interstate. It boasted all the latest amenities—hot showers, clean restrooms and a modern store—for just $1.75 a night.
Drum strolled through the campground almost every evening, asking his customers what they most wanted and needed in a vacation spot. He listened, and then he made it a reality.