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Welcome to Billings, a south-central Montana city on the banks of the Yellowstone River. The largest city in Montana, and nicknamed the “Magic City” for its rapid growth after its founding as a railroad town, Billings is a mecca for shopping, restaurants, cafes, arts and culture. Surrounded by incredible natural beauty, including the seven mountain ranges that surround the city and nearby Yellowstone National Park, Billings is a wonderful city to experience inspiring landscapes and limitless outdoor adventures. Billings also features its own unique natural terrain, divided by the Rimrocks, where half the city is located 800 feet higher than the other half. Billings’ unique geography and surrounding terrain make it an amazing destination for those looking to take in some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes. Create your own outdoor adventures and book an RV in Billings.

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Experience the Sites and Scenery

Your options as you travel in and around Billings will take you to some of the most stunning scenery in the country. Travel in any direction in your Billings RV rental and you will see mountain passes, gorgeous rivers, valleys and rolling hills. Recently rated by Outside magazine as the “Best Town Ever”, Billings offers in-town fishing, kayaking, paddleboarding, mountain biking on the Rimrocks, rock climbing, rappelling, walking/jogging trails and more. Swords Park Trail takes you on a route where you can enjoy beautiful nature views, impressive city vistas, and more. Phipp’s State Park offers hiking trails, mountain biking, bird watching, and even a golf (Frisbee golf) course. There’s no need to even leave the city. But, just outside of Billings, there’s even more to see and explore in your Billings camper rental.

Lake Elmo State Park offers boating, fishing and swimming. Riverfront Park, on the banks of the Yellowstone River, features a gorgeous picnic area, walking trails, nature preserve, and fishing just a few minutes’ drive from the center of the city. To see art of ancient peoples, visit Pictograph Cave State Park, with three caves featuring rock paintings. Little Bighorn Battlefield, where General Custer was defeated by several indigenous groups, offers amazing history with stunning geography, with deep gorges, beautiful ridges and rugged bluffs that will take your breath away. Enjoy whitewater rafting at Madison River, a tributary of the great Missouri River.

For a life-changing experience, take your Billings RV rental to the world-famous Yellowstone National Park. The hype is real. This part of the country features strange and beautiful landscapes, a myriad of outdoor opportunities, and absolutely stunning vistas. Yellowstone National Park is a 3,500-square mile wilderness recreation area situated on a literal volcanic hot spot. Yellowstone features alpine rivers, dramatic canyons, thick pine forests, hot springs, and geysers. The park is also home to a wide variety of animals including bison, elk, antelope, bears and wolves. Your Billings motorhome rental is welcome in the park, with many services, camping opportunities, and fine roads for most size rigs. So, plan on staying a while, and avoid weekend crowds by hanging out in Yellowstone National Park in your Billings RV rental.

Dig into some serious dinosaur exhibits at the Siebel Dinosaur Complex in Bozeman, about 140 miles west of Billings on Interstate 90. This complex houses the largest variety of dinosaur fossils in North America, including multiple T-Rex specimens. Roar on over with the Billings motorhome rental and explore all things prehistoric at this massive museum.

City Attractions

The city of Billings offers so much to see, from art and history museums, vibrant restaurant scenes, a fabulous craft and microbrew beer experience, outdoor events and festivals and unique neighborhoods that reflect Billings’ special flavors. The Dan Walt Garden is one of the prettiest you will find, offering classes and lessons about native plants and gardening. Moss Mansion Historical House gives you insight into one of the founders of Billings.

Enjoy minor league baseball at Dehler Park, featuring the Billings Mustangs. Alberta Bair Theater features local and national artists, as well as internationally renowned acts that come to this beautifully restored historic downtown arts venue.

For a drive-in movie theater experience, check into Billings Amusement Park Drive-In; if your Billings RV rental is a big rig, you might want to park near the back! Visitors also love the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary and Zoo Montana to get to know some of the local critters. Yellowstone Art Museum features local art, as well as samplings from around the country and the world.

Yellowstone County Museum helps you understand and explore the art, geographical and cultural history of the area. Wise Wonders Children’s Museum features interactive and exploratory activities for kids of all ages.

What’s Unique

In Billings, you will find a great blend of amazing nature, sophisticated city, Old West history and feel, along with hip and quirky cultural flavors. When visiting this area in your Billings camper rental, you will begin to understand the dramatic geological history that occurred here to create some of the most breathtaking terrain in the world.

Billings has great energy, and its people love their city; known as a creative center, with tons of activities and events for all interests, ages and backgrounds, Billings continues to grow, not just in numbers but in offerings that are engaging and physically active, to help you get and stay in shape, and just plain have fun.

Where to Park It

Billings, one of the outdoor-life capitals of the country, welcomes campers and RVs. There are several RV parks in the city. With the versatile mobile lodging that your Billings RV rental offers, you can really immerse yourself in this amazing landscape. Nearby state and national park camping opportunities are convenient, and there are many local Walmart stores to utilize. There really is no better way to explore Billings than with a camper rental. You’ll be able to dip into city experiences and rugged outdoor vistas, all in the same day, and choose your sleeping accommodations nightly, without having to pack and unpack. What a great way to go and explore this stunning area, in your Billings RV rental.

The Food

Billings is truly a foodie town. The Yellowstone Valley Farmers Market, each Saturday morning, offers local produce, meats, cheese and honey. There are plenty of smaller markets, and many larger grocery stores. Restaurant and pub fare is outstanding in Billings, especially as it continues to develop its famous craft brewery offerings. Casual dining is king, but there are sophisticated eateries for any palate, from local steak houses to fancy international offerings. You’ll love the food scene in Billings. Every dietary preference can be found, from vegetarian and vegan, to gluten-free, to artistic entrees for any taste. Many are found downtown, but some are tucked into little strip malls around the city.

Billings is an incredible destination to experience the great outdoors, wonderful arts and culture, great food, great brew, and any outdoor recreation activity. Search for an RV rental in Billings, MT and start planning your once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

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