Use the Miles City KOA as a base camp as you discover all the rich history our area has to offer. Visit the Range Riders Museum just a mile a way! If you like art, go check out the Custer County Art Center or the Water Works Art Museum both a mile away from the campground. Check out the neat restaurants, shops, and bars five blocks away!
At the museum you will find true local history, everything from a collection of over 400 guns to replica of Fort Keogh. It includes nine different buildings housing thousands of articles, as well as a Charles M. Russell Gallery.
Take the self-guided walking tour and see the likes of the old Montana Bar and the Olive Hotel where "Gus" died in Lonesome Dove. If you would rather drive, there are many neat, historic houses farther down Main Street. For more information contact the Miles City Chamber of Commerce at 877-632-2890.
The Miles City Bluegrass festival is held at the Miles City Fairgrounds every third weekend in September. To see entertainment at it's finest make plans to attend now.
For more information call Gloria Tucker at (406) 234-2480
The World Famous Bucking Horse Sale has been an annual event here in Miles City since 1950. Tradition of the Old West is alive and well here in Eastern Montana located in the small town of Miles City. This action-packed four day sale debuts some of the best bucking stock in North America. Spectators have fun watching bear back riding, bronco riding, and bull riding. Fun continues at the sale during the live concerts, street dances, bucking horse sale exposition, and the parade.
The Sale is held at the Miles City Fairgrounds in May.
For more information please call: (406) 234-2890
There are many places to fish in and around Miles City including the Tongue River, right on the campground. In the Tongue River there are catfish, walleye, goldeye, and the occasional bass. Three blocks down the dike road is the Yellowstone River. In the Yellowstone river you can catch many walleye, catfish, northern pike, and smallmouth bass. Two miles away is Spotted Eagle lake.
More fishing information is available at the Fish & WIldlife office, three-quarters of a mile away.