Our campground sits under a majestic stand of more than 50 mature Cottonwood Trees and is a short, scenic walk to where the Tongue River empties into the Yellowstone River.
Miles City KOA is located near the Tongue River and Yellowstone River and is close to the site of old Fort Keogh. Stay on the grounds where the Sioux, Cheyenne and Crow once lived, and where Captain William Clark and Sacajawea (1806) and General George Custer (1874 and 1876) once camped. Within walking distance of our campground, you'll find the Range Riders Museum, Historic Downtown Miles City, the Eastern Montana Fairgrounds, Riverside Park, the Natural Oasis Pool and the Denton Sports Complex. While Downtown, check out buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Olive Hotel (1899), where "Gus" drew his last breath in the miniseries Lonesome Dove, the Miles City Saddlery (1909) and The Historic Montana Bar (1908).
Pool opening has been delayed due to weather. We plan to open June 15th and remain open through Labor Day.
Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Tim, Bob and Terry Hurd
Low Clearance in town!
Use only exit 135. GPS is not a good thing here, don't use it and follow our directions..