Friendly staff and lots of amenities: swimming pool, splash pool for the kids, basketball, cable TV, miniature golf, and convenience store. Large campground with level, shaded campsites. We stayed in an area of the campground where the sites were separated by a hedge of tall bushes, which we appreciated. They provided privacy as well as shade. The campground is nearer to Four Corners MT, but is only 15 minutes away from the downtown area of Bozeman. We had a wonderful camping experience at this KOA.
A nice, basic campground right off Interstate-90 in Hardin. Centrally located to visit the Bighorn Battlefield to the south, Pompey's Pillar National Monument to the northeast, and Billings to the west, and within walking distance to fast-food services in town. Clean restrooms, and although we did not use the laundry or showers, they appeared to be clean and in working order. Staff is very friendly, and the office doubles as a little gift shop. Nice touch: has an ice cream social nightly. The storage units and couple permanent trailers were a little disconcerting at first, but our stay was quiet and comfortable.
Very nice campground with lots of amenities. Level camping pads, good amount of space between RVs, clean laundry facilities, and nearly every site has a great view of Devils Tower. This campground is literally right outside the gate to Devils Tower. Staff is very courteous and efficient. The KOA office is also a gift shop, ice cream shop, gift and convenience store, and restaurant. The only complaint we would have is that the parking lot is not clearly marked for RVs/campers waiting for registration and for regular vehicle traffic, and we arrived into an area of chaos and congestion. However, to be fair, this may not be the norm since we arrived the day before the 4th of July and the KOA activity may have been exceptionally busy at that time. There did not seem to be any traffic issues when we left 2 days later. Overall, we had a wonderful camping experience here and would stay again in the future.
Pros: Nice, neat campground with friendly, courteous staff. Clean laundry facilities. Ice available at a very reasonable price. Easily accommodates the big rigs. In a good location for touring Rapid City to the north, Custer State Park and Black Hills to the west, and Hot Springs to the south. Offers a weekly rate, which for full hookups and a pull-through site, is very good at little more than $22 a night. Cons: No shade. Nearly every site has a fire ring (which is important to us), but the sites are so close together, the fire rings can't be used for fear of damage to our fifth wheel or the neighbor's RV. The pads are a somewhat soft dirt and gravel mix that we felt might become a problem if it rained -- thankfully, it did not during our stay. All in all, we enjoyed our stay at this campground, but we would probably not stay here again, primarily because we prefer the open areas of the state park campgrounds.