Welcome to Billings KOA Holiday Campground!

Open for the season April 1st, 2024, make your reservations online
The world's first KOA has proven once again why this award-winning campground should be your destination of choice for a great Montana escape. The onsite Trailhead Adventure Golf provides fun for everyone. Of course, you'll find plenty of fishing, hiking and biking near the campground, or take a short drive to Pompeys Pillar National Monument, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument or the Beartooth Scenic Highway. The newly remodeled family restrooms are comfortable and luxurious. You'll find a variety of accommodations - from lodging with basic amenities to spacious Patio RV Sites. You've made a great choice when you stay at Billings KOA! Limited services April 1 - April 30 and October 1 - October 31. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 100 feet.

Where Is Billings KOA Located?

Billings, Montana, is a thriving city that serves as a gateway to Montana's many natural attractions, such as the Beartooth Mountains. One of the best ways to explore the city of Billings and experience the breathtaking local scenery is to book a stay at one of the many campgrounds near Billings, Montana. Stay at KOA to experience the wonders of Big Sky Country for yourself. Booking a stay at Billings KOA offers convenient access to many local urban attractions and a chance to explore the great outdoors. Billings KOA is in the prairie of Montana off exit 450 of Interstate 90. When staying at KOA's Billings, Montana, campground, guests can enjoy the convenience of easy access to the highway without the worry of hearing traffic from the interstate. Whether you are looking forward to a peaceful and relaxing weekend while enjoying some quiet time in nature or want an action-packed weekend while sampling the local nightlife, Billings KOA is a perfect choice. On this family-friendly campground with many unique amenities, you can be confident your entire family will enjoy the stay at KOA. To find things to do in Billings, check out this year's visitor guide

What to Do While Camping at Billings KOA?
Billings, Montana, has many fun and exciting activities. Learn more about the history of Billings at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. See various animals in their natural habitats at ZooMontana. Or, experience the untamed wilderness of the Yellowstone River Valley at the Western Heritage Center. The city of Billings has much to offer guests, from fresh food from the local farmers' market to a vibrant nightlife. Catch a Mustangs game at Dehler Park or a play at the Alberta Bair Theater. If you are looking for something after hours, you can head to Yellowstone Cellars and Winery for a tour or a live music night. There are also nighttime activities for the kids at the Billings Amusement Park Drive-in. Since the Billings KOA campground is near Yellowstone, campers have plenty of opportunities to reconnect with nature during their stay. Take a peaceful walk in DanWalt Gardens to learn more about local plants and flowers, or take a trip to Pompey's Pillar to see a 200-year-old piece of natural history. If you are feeling adventurous, you can also try your hand at whitewater rafting on the Madison River. When you stay at Billings KOA, you can easily access and explore many educational and exciting local attractions. Take a trip through history, learn more about the people who built Billings, enjoy many regional activities or spend the day in nature.

What Amenities Does Billings KOA Offer?
Billings KOA offers many amenities to ensure every camper has a comfortable and enjoyable stay. After a long day of hiking or swimming, enjoy a hot shower in one of the campground's many clean bathrooms or take advantage of the on-site laundry facilities. With a well-stocked KOA store available, guests can easily purchase camping essentials such as firewood or a thoughtful gift for loved ones at home with a wide selection of unique Montana-made gifts. If you need to catch up on some work before you begin your vacation or want to upload photographs to show others the great time you are having, Billings KOA offers Wi-Fi. Your furry friend can also enjoy the fun with pet-friendly campsite options. Many RV and Tent Sites and lodging options allow pets and provide access to KampK9®, a fun park where dogs can run and play while you relax on one of the many comfortable benches available.

What Site Types Are Available?
Whether you want to sleep under the stars in a traditional tent or prefer the creature comforts of home, Billings KOA has a campsite for every camper. From basic Tent Sites to fully equipped cabins, KOA is one of the most comfortable campgrounds in Montana. For those looking to go RV camping, Billings KOA offers Back-In and Pull-Thru RV Sites with full hookup options and a max Pull-Thru of up to 80 feet. Some RV Sites also feature an oversized concrete KOA Patio® complete with a porch swing, fire ring and table with an umbrella for a comfortable way to enjoy time outside by the fire. Billings KOA also offers Camping and Deluxe Cabins for campers. Get back to nature by staying in the rustic Camping Cabins, which feature single- and two-room options for campers looking for a traditional experience without a tent. For those looking for glamping in Billings, Montana, KOA also offers Deluxe Cabins with a full bath and kitchen. Both cabin offerings feature amenities such as picnic tables and a fire ring. Campers looking for an authentic camping experience can reserve one of the many Tent Sites available. Some Tent Sites offer a traditional camping experience, while others provide water and electricity. All Tent Sites feature grass pads, picnic tables and fire rings.

Book a Stay at Billings KOA Today
Explore the history and local attractions of Billings, Montana, during the day and spend your nights cozy by a campfire. Campers can enjoy a variety of experiences at Billings KOA while also having access to many unique amenities. Billings KOA has limited services from April 1 to October 31, with varying office hours depending on the season. All campers can check in after 3 p.m. and check out after 11 a.m. To learn more about specific policies and services, please view the general information guidelines. Start your adventure by calling 800-562-8546 to reserve your campsite today!

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 80' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Pool (5/27 - 9/4)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Mini Golf
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

Latest Hot Deal

Hero Discount

Valid: Year Round

What: All United States veterans, active duty, and retired military, firefighters and police officers receive 10% off of their stay! 

Why: We want to thank those that keep us all healthy and safe day in and day out. We welcome you all, and would like to extend this discount to show our thanks.

Terms and Conditions: 

  • Based on availability
  • Must show valid ID or proof of prior service at registration. 
  • Excludes reservations 28 days or longer
  • Offer not valid with other discounts including KOA Rewards

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Local Area

Visit Billings

Known as Montana's Trailhead, Billings offers a rich cultural history, abundance of outdoor recreation and plenty of places to eat, drink and relax. From family adventures and shopping to historical landmarks and the Billings Brew Trail, there's something for everyone to experience in Billings, whether you're here for a night or a staying a while. 

Find your Billings adventure and forge your path. Download the Official Visitor Guide
Photo courtesy of Visit Billings.



The Rimrocks

Experience the remarkable geological wonders of Billings, Montana at The Rimrocks, also known as the "Rims"! These breathtaking rimrock sandstone formations have withstood the test of time, dating back 80 million years when the area was part of the Western Interior Seaway.
As you explore the Rims, you'll uncover the remnants of an ancient shoreline, where sediment and sand from the vast seaway settled and formed deep layers over millions of years. Witness the incredible transformation of sand into the majestic sandstone cliffs that define the Rims today.
Not only are the Rims a marvel to behold, but they also provide fantastic hiking opportunities right at the doorstep of the city. Discover the beauty of Zimmerman Park, Swords Park, and the Four Dances Natural Area, all situated atop the Rims. Lace up your hiking boots and immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and panoramic views that await.
Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a history buff, or simply seeking outdoor adventure, the Rims offer a captivating experience for all. Don't miss the chance to explore this unique geological phenomenon and discover the wonders of Billings' natural heritage.



Beartooth Mountain Pass/Red Lodge

Enjoy the nation's most beautiful drive, and Montana's highest peak, on Hwy 212 over the Beartooth Mountain Pass. This scenic pass, beginning just west of Red Lodge, MT, winds its way up to a lookout at almost 11,000 feet high. Red Lodge possesses all the charm and uniqueness one would expect of a small alpine town nestled into the Beartooth Mountains. This historic mining town is full of antique and western stores, boutiques, fine dining, nearby hiking and outdoor recreation.


Pompeys Pillar National Historic Landmark

The epic exploration of the wild west was the 1804 - 1806 Lewis and Clark Expedition. Retrace their tracks at Pompeys Pillar , where William Clark carved his name into this sandstone lookout rock, the only remaining physical evidence of the expedition. Steps lead to Summit View Visitor Center.



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