The Butte KOA is the perfect stop on your way between glorious Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Southwest Montana, between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, the Butte KOA Journey sits in small-town charm with a big-city feel. You will find miles of trails, waterways offering fishing and floating adventures and wildlife watching. Butte is where the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDNST) offers 13 trailheads to pristine views and open areas. Any history buff will be right at home in the nation's largest National Historic Landmark Districts, right here in Butte!
- Hop onto "Old Number One," the trolley car that boards next door at the Visitor's Center.
- The Berkeley Pit is an engineering marvel; the largest truck-operated open-pit copper mine in America.
- Mansions of old-time mining barons cluster in Butte neighborhoods.
- Sight-see in Uptown Butte
- Lace-up hiking boots or maybe golf cleats - Jack Nicklaus designed Anaconda's Old Works Golf Course.
- Fish in streams running near your campsite, or stroll on the walking paths that border the campground.
After a fun filled day, relax poolside or enjoy a sunset stroll on the walking paths bordering the campground. Come enjoy Montana hospitality at its warmest!
Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 90 feet.
Butte Visitors Guide