The Helena North KOA sits in the shadow of Mount Helena in the capital of Montana, halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks. From our basecamp, you can explore the Gates of the Mountain, Great Falls, and the Missouri River, all home to the famous Lewis and Clark expedition!
State park featuring ample hiking, biking, camping, a gift shop, and concessions. Choose from multiple tour options to explore the largest limestone caverns in the Northwest!
Take a 120 minute cruise aboard an open air boat, through Lewis and Clark territory. Absorb the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, rugged rock formations, and the timeless Missouri river.
Now the most historic mile in Montana, this "gulch" was once a gold rush site that produced millions of dollars in gold.
Official home of Montana's governors from 1913 to 1959, this Queen Anne style mansion can be explored with a tour.
With spires reaching 230 feet and Munich style stained glass panels, this cathedral is a must-see!
Local National Forest offers a variety of big game, upland birds, and waterfowl hunting opportunities.
With the Missouri river flowing through Holter Lake, the Houser Reservoir, and Canyon Ferry Reservoir, good fishing is just a cast away.
Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, access to great hiking is certainly not hard to come by.
What was once known as 'The Four Georgians' Last Chance Gulch' has now been transformed into a walking mall and the city's main street, complete with boutiques, restaurants, and coffee shops.
Visit Spokane Bar Sapphire Mine and Gold Fever Rock Shop to mine for Sapphires!
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