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Imagine if you could camp amongst the trees and near water, enjoy the serene quiet that RV camping should offer, and still be only minutes away from all the urban amenities that you're used to. This is what Sunrise Campground offers from early April to late October each year; this family and pet-friendly Bozeman RV campground is located right downtown, only minutes away from shopping and dining, several local museums, golf courses, hot springs, and much more. While camping at Sunrise Campground in Bozeman, MT, you'll find a playground for younger kids, laundry facilities, propane you can purchase, and group events hosted by the staff.
Individual campsites within the campground are big rig friendly and have full hookups; many of them have pull-through access, and WiFi is available to let your family and friends back home know that you arrived safely. Once you're settled in and ready to start, you can use Sunrise Campground to easily access nearby attractions such as Yellowstone National Park, Virginia City, and Nevada City, where you can experience the Old West first-hand, the Madison Buffalo Jump, and the Lewis and Clark Caverns. To make the experience completely inclusive, Bozeman has a doggie swimming beach on Bozeman Pond, where you can take an enjoyable dip with your pet.
RV rentals in Gallatin County are your perfect choice for creating the ultimate camping vacation. Make sure you take some time to experience driving a rental RV, one of the unique benefits of taking this type of trip. Once you've bonded with your motorhome rental, point it towards Custer Gallatin National Forest, which has one of the most varied ecological environments in the area. It is spread out over seven counties in the state of Montana and consists of mountainous high country in its north, leveling off to rolling hills and buttes in its southern region. You can enjoy a lot of activities here, such as hiking and rock climbing, but you should exercise caution as there are bears in the area.
Helena National Forest is not only a vibrant natural area with lots of activities for you to enjoy, but it also has educational and interpretive programs that can help you understand what you're seeing and experiencing at an even deeper level. The park has a learning center with resources you can access, or you can join guided tours and activities to see what the staff are explaining to you firsthand. If self-exploration is more your thing, the learning center has maps and other information you can use while you're fishing, hiking, or picnicking. You should also use caution and dress for the weather before heading out, as conditions can sometimes change quickly.
Yellowstone National Park is a popular tourist destination because of the geysers that blanket the park, but there is much more to the park than the eruptions. A hidden layer of limestone aids in the formation of large above-ground terraces, and the rocky terraces are a kaleidoscope of colors. You can walk through the park and between the geysers and other attractions on an elevated boardwalk that protects both you and the plants that grow here. Binoculars or a camera with a telephoto lens are strongly suggested as these items can help you to get a closer look at the resident mammal species.
Montana is just as cultural and historical as it is scenic, so you will want to spend some of your time immersing yourself in the local communities while camping at Sunrise Campground. Manhattan is a nice town with a commercial alpaca ranch you can visit; it has a gift store with products made from alpaca fleece, and you can even pet and feed the animals. The town also has a museum displaying local history; if you prefer excitement of a different variety, you can try your hand at the local casino, which has a bar and a cafe. If hunger starts to make an appearance, Manhattan has a small but active restaurant scene; it's mostly American food with a few steakhouses and cafes, one of the cafes being open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Belgrade is another small town with a long history; it was named after the capital of Serbia in recognition of the foreign businessmen who supported the Northern Pacific Railroad financially (the town began as a railway siding near Bozeman). Today the town is a popular travel destination with motorcycle and helicopter tours, fishing and fly fishing tours, and an arcade-style warehouse with laser tag and refreshments for the young and young-at-heart. There are commercial farms you can visit and a satellite venue of the National Library of Serbia where you can learn more about the culture that helped establish the town. Belgrade is well set up to satisfy your appetite with a long list of eateries that include American, Asian, and other cuisines, diners and pub restaurants, and more.