Welcome to the award winning Buffalo KOA Journey and your basecamp for discovering the history and beauty of Buffalo, the Bighorn Mountains, Cloud Peak Wilderness and Crazy Woman Canyon!
Buffalo KOA is a picturesque campground located where the Bighorn Mountains and the rolling plains meet; a stunningly beautiful location where you can immerse yourself deep in nature and the rich history of the area.
Buffalo KOA Journey offers easy access to hiking, hunting, fishing, mountain climbing, ORV trails, and wildlife viewing. Whatever passion you have for exploring and experiencing nature, Buffalo and the Bighorn mountains provides the opportunities you have been looking for.
Whether fishing a mountain lake or setting sail out on Lake DeSmet or casting a line into one of the many streams, including the beautiful Clear Creak that runs around the border of Buffalo KOA, you will not be disappointed.
Within minutes you can find easy access to a variety of mountain trails for hiking or ORV'ing for enthusiasts of any level experience.
Cloud Peak Wilderness offers an unparalleled look into the ecosystem of the greater Bighorn National Forrest offering forest hikes, lake hikes, and mountain topping experiences that you will find invigorating.
Crazy Woman Canyon is an endearing beauty in every season and Crazy Woman Creek seems like a miles long waterfall.
The Jim Gatchel Museum, Fort Phil Kearny and Fetterman and Wagon Box Battle sites introduces you to the rich history of the area. Learn about the Bozeman Trail, Johnson County Cattle Wars and the Outlaw Caves - hideout for Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch.
Stroll or bike along Clear Creek trail to the quaint downtown of Buffalo where you will find great venues for music, shopping and dining and experience genuine western hospitality.
Buffalo is home to Craig Johnson, author of the popular Longmire series, and is the inspiration for Durant, Absaroka County. Longmire Days are celebrated over a long weekend during the summer. 2021 promises to be an exciting year as the 10th annual celebration of Longmire Days . Find more information on www.Longmiredays.com
Whether your journey leads you here for a few days a week or a couple of months we are happy to be your hosts for your adventures in Buffalo.
Hurry here, set up camp and stay a while!