Yellowstone Park / West Gate KOA
Home to one of the most popular entry points into Yellowstone, West Yellowstone, Montana is also one of the most popular locations to set up your base camp when visiting the region. Yellowstone Park/West Gate KOA is nestled among high pines that provide shade and keep you surrounded with 360-degree views of the Rockies. Just six miles from the campground is the West Gate of Yellowstone National Park where you can take in some of the best natural landscapes America has to offer. Other local activities include classic car shows, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and reenactments of the 1830s Mountain Man Rendezvous.
There is no shortage of amenities at the campground either. Soak in the indoor pool or rent a bike for a sunset ride to remember. Breakfast and dinner, including ‘Almost Famous’ ribs, are served daily during the summer months. RV sites vary, with most offering full hookups, cable TV, and Wi-Fi. Fifty-amp max electric service, along with large max pull-through sites of 90 feet, make this location perfect for even the largest of rigs and travel trailers. The campground conveniently keeps propane and firewood on-site for purchase or you can pick up some last-minute snacks at the snack bar.
Red Lodge KOA
The award-winning Red Lodge KOA campground is situated near the mouth of the Beartooth Highway, which Charles Kuralt recognized as "the most beautiful drive in America." Golf, trout fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and river rafting are also available nearby. Guests can rent banana bikes and fun cycles or arrange tours on-site. The family-friendly campground also features restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a heated pool, fishing, sports and recreation, a snack bar, a pavilion, a dumpster and dump station, planned activities, and all-you-can-eat Sunday pancake breakfasts.
Yellowstone Park / Mountainside KOA
When it comes to majestic views and amazing vacations, you cannot find much that compares to a visit to Yellowstone Park. Stay at Yellowstone Park/Mountainside KOA and you will be just 7.5 miles from one of the most gorgeous national parks in the United States. After days packed with Yellowstone adventures, return to Yellowstone Park/Mountainside KOA and enjoy amenities like Wi-Fi, cable TV, fishing, a snack bar, a tour shuttle, and more. Scenic campsites can accommodate rigs up to 110 feet long and offer hookups with 50-amp service.
Open from May to September, Canyon Campground offers 273 sites open to tents and RVs or trailers up to 40 feet long. This campground features back-in and pull-through sites, restrooms, pay showers, laundry facilities, a camp store, and restaurants on site. Canyon is a popular campground since it is located just a mile from the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. There are also several hiking trails nearby including Canyon Rim, Mount Washburn, and Cascade Lake.
You can enjoy scenic lakefront views of Yellowstone Lake and the Absaroka Mountains at Bridge Bay Campground. Amenities include a store, marina, boat rentals, picnic tables, and a dump station. Open from May to September, Bridge Bay has 432 sites for RVs and tents. This campground can accommodate RVs and trailers in pull-through and back-in sites up to 40 feet long.
Grant Village is open from June to September with 430 sites available for tents and RVs or trailers up to 40 feet in length. This campground is in a beautiful forest location within a few miles of West Thumb Geyser Basin. Amenities include showers, flush toilets, potable water pumps, and dishwashing stations. Plus, this campground is just a mile from a camp store and gas station.
Fishing Bridge RV Park
This is the only campground in the park that offers electric, sewer, and water hookups. Open from July to September, Fishing Bridge RV Park offers 340 sites open to RVs or trailers up to 40 feet long. These are back-in and pull-through sites with modern restrooms, laundry facilities, pay showers, a camp store, and access to the Yellowstone River. Tents are not allowed because grizzly bears are often seen here.
Madison Campground offers 278 sites for tents and RVs or trailers up to 40 feet long. Open from April to October, this campground is in a beautiful location near wildflowers and bison, close to Old Faithful and West Yellowstone. Amenities include restrooms, dishwashing stations, picnic tables, and fire grates. The Firehole and Gibbon Rivers join to form the Madison River nearby for some great fishing.