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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
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When you want to camp in an RV near Livingston, look no further than Livingston/Paradise Valley KOA. Here, you can wake up to gorgeous views of snow-capped peaks and sloping forests before setting out on an adventure in the great outdoors. The RV park is conveniently located along Highway 89, on route to the Yellowstone North Entrance, and just a stone’s throw from Livingston and Bozeman on Interstate 90.
Motorhome camping at Livingston/Paradise Valley KOA gives you the option of full hookups or partial hookups with 20/30/50-amp electric. There are pull-through and back-in sites on grass or gravel for vehicles of up to 90 feet. You also have the option of reserving a campsite with a private patio and picnic tables or campsites with wheelchair access. Most sites are pet-friendly too so you can bring your dog while you’re RV camping.
Other on-site facilities include an indoor swimming pool, bike rentals, and disc golf. You can let your kids play in the playground and your dog to run in the dog park while you relax in the riverside hammock park. When evening arrives, you can pick up propane and firewood from the camp store and prepare a hot beverage to drink by the campfire. Plus, on a summer morning, you can head to the communal pavilion and meet other campers over breakfast.
When you’re RV camping at Livingston/Paradise KOA, you can’t miss the chance to explore one of the greatest national parks in the USA, Yellowstone National Park. The park’s boundaries begin less than an hour’s drive south of the RV campground and encompass over two million acres of mountainous terrain, glacial lakes, and dense forests. Whether you’re a nature lover, an adrenaline seeker, or a photographer, you’re sure to find something to hold your interest.
This extensive park is threaded with over 900 miles of recreational trails. These trails traverse some of Yellowstone’s toughest peaks, pass through remote meadows of wildflowers, and lead to well-equipped recreation areas. From spring to fall, you can use a mountain bike, horse, or your own two feet to tread these trails, either independently or with a local guide. During the winter, Yellowstone is a hotspot for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Plus, after a challenging day in the great outdoors, you can heat your hands by steaming geysers or relax your weary muscles in natural hot springs.
Yellowstone National Park also provides opportunities for water sports. The area is blessed with many freshwater lakes, the largest of which is Yellowstone Lake, and plenty of winding rivers. You can paddle the scenic waterways by canoe or kayak, join a rafting excursion, or launch your own vessel.
The second highlight of this region is Custer Gallatin National Forest. Although it’s less famous, Custer Gallatin covers an area of over three million acres and seven ranger districts. The stunning landscapes range from snow-capped peaks to alpine forest and natural buttes to breathtaking canyons. Not only does the forest provide a gateway to Yellowstone National Park, but also access to the Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness Area, the home of Montana’s highest peak. Recreational activities are in abundance throughout this national forest. You can park your Livingston camper rental and discover the trails by ATV, cycling, horseback riding, and hiking or visit in the snowy season for winter sports. Or, you can take your RV rental for a scenic drive along the Beartooth Scenic Highway.
Anyone interested in wildlife watching will want to take their Livingston RV rental to Grey Cliff Prairie Dog Town, a state park and the home of a black-tailed prairie dog community. You can observe these playful creatures from a distance and learn about their contribution to the prairie ecosystem with the interactive displays. Remember to bring a camera and enjoy a picnic in the open air before returning to Livingston.
The historic city of Livingston is also just a short drive away when you’re staying at Livingston/Paradise Valley KOA camping. This quaint mountain town sits in the shadow of the surrounding mountains on the banks of Yellowstone River. Once a popular hunting area for native tribes and later a stop on the railroad, Livingston has been a popular vacation retreat since Yellowstone National Park opened in the 1870s. Here, visitors can find a charming riverside park and golf course, a weekly farmers market throughout the summer season, and plenty of historical museums.
One of the most interesting attractions in town is the Livingston Depot Center, a museum, event center, and architectural gem. The depot, which brought nature enthusiasts from southern Montana to Yellowstone National Park, operated from 1902 until 1979. Now restored to its former glory, the center opens as a historical museum and cultural center from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Throughout the rest of the year, it functions as a community center and hosts a variety of artistic events, including music concerts, movie nights, and conferences.
Another recommended site is the Yellowstone Gateway Museum which is housed inside a former schoolhouse. The museum displays the history of the Yellowstone region both before and after the national park was established. Walking through the exhibitions, you can learn about the Native American cultures and tribes who thrived in this rugged landscape. Discover artifacts owned by early settlers, the impact made by the Louis and Clark’s Expedition, and of the effect of the railway on tourism. The museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibitions as well as child-friendly activities.
Whether you’re traveling with your friends or family or you’re on a solo adventure, book an RV in Park County, and you can experience a unique vacation that you’ll never forget.