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Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $38.00
Very nice level gravel pull through. Easy access from I-15/I-90, next to Butte Visitor Center. City walking paths direct from park, excellent area to walk and exercise pets. Can get Satellite from most spots. Some long term but clean and quite. Great friendly and accommodating owners. Would definitely stay here when in Butte. 45' coaches are not a problem. Watch for pothole when entering. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
Pretty typical of an older park. Relatively narrow spaces. We had a huge old tree on our site that the step lined up with so you had the step on the exposed roots to get in your door. Water pressure was good and we had no trouble with the WiFi. It worked well and was relatively fast. Great location to see old "uptown" Butte. Cable TV would be nice. Staff was very friendly and we were very impressed with the onsite fried chicken store. We camped at Butte KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $36.00
This is an older park the spaces are average size. The people are very friendly and helpful with information. The store has several items both food and souvenirs. It is next to a chicken fast food restaurant that is good. We would return to stay and see more of the area. It is close to town so it would be easy to use a base. All the utilities worked fine. We camped at Butte KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $37.00
This was a nice, convenient, easy park to access. The staff was helpful and courteous. The sites level, gravel with a bit of green in between sites. The green areas needed a bit of weed whacking or mowing but it wasn’t too bad. They have a little fried chicken restaurant on site that was yummy. The only thing that needed improvement was the bathhouses require updating, painting, privacy and more cleanliness. The bathhouses were at best about a 5 on a scale of 1-10, but were usable. There are nice trails and this is a very dog friendly park. We would definitely use this park again when traveling through the area. Rate with KOA discount. We camped at Butte KOA in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $40.00
Good overnighter. Level campground with gravel site pads and a bit of grass in between sites; most sites pretty close together. There is some road noise from I-90, but considering there isn't much buffer, it was surprisingly relatively small. Granted, we did run our fans overnight to help drown it out. Small, friendly staff; fried chicken take-out (family-owned for 38 years) on the premises, which was pretty good. Nice mountain view, and a paved walking/bike path (city-owned) runs right by the campground, with a stream on the other side of it. As one previous reviewer mentioned, this could pose a safety concern, but we didn't notice any problems. Bathrooms were clean but the number was inadequate, in my opinion, for the size of the campground. Some longterm campers here, but pretty neat. Fairly easy on-off from I-90 so a lot of overnighters use it too. Minimal shade in most sites. Rate reflects KOA member discount. We camped at Butte KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $53.00
The park was adequate for an overnight. We stopped here to get a circuit board to protect our refrigerator from fires. The mfg of the ARPRV.com board is in Butte. The park had a good WiFi signal, and their code was accepted without issue, but that was it, I don't think they even had the WIFI connected to the internet. I was never able to get any web pages up. Water pressure was ok, but not great. The roads were gravel as well as the sites with nice grass in between. I think the park recently changed hands, and you could see improvements in progress. It's in a great location with the visitors center next door, and a paved city walking/biking path along a river on the back side. Good grassy areas for the dogs. An on-site take-out food place was an added bonus. We would stay here next time we visit Butte, if they get that WiFi working right. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $39.00
Not bad for a KOA. We stayed here a few years ago and it was not much. New owners are in process of upgrading it. We noticed the full time cabins were gone and the sites were a bit better. It is a great location for exploring Butte area. It is far enough off the freeway and fairly quiet. Did not use the restrooms, but did notice they are quite a hike from most sites. An employee told me they are going to build some new ones. We were there only one night and we will come back when passing through. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
This park is right off the highway but there is a green belt that reduces the noise considerably. There are 16 pull-thru 50amp full hook-ups that are long enough for class A and toads. Sites have a picnic table but you must ask for fire ring. Some have large trees that could obscure your satellite so check at the office. The campsites are a little narrow but workable. There is no sprint phone service in this area or anywhere in Montana, UGH! The parks free WIFI is very slow so just be patient. The road around the campground is gravel with level gravel sites and a patch of grass/weeds between each. Besides the long pull-thrus there is a mix of sites to suit just about anybody. There is a long term area with old trailers and some pretty unsightly rigs. Restrooms, showers and laundry were all clean. Owner and staff seem to be working hard getting the park in shape for the season. The campground is right next to the visitor center that has several miles of paved walking path. If you have time after touring Butte you should drive the Pioneer scenic highway, well worth the trip! We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $46.00
This was a last minute stop for us overnight. We called ahead and they were willing to work with us since we were pulling in after they closed and leaving before they got there in the AM. Clean sites, small and close to your neighbor. The location was convenient to highway however it was noisy and in a sketchy area of town. Lighting in the park was nonexistent. Area for pets extremely small. Bathrooms very clean, but dated. Good for short stay, would not recommend for long stay. We camped at Butte KOA in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $43.00
Convenient overnight park near an exit but not overly noisy. New owner just took over operation and appears to be doing some renovating. Young lady in the office was very pleasant and efficient, older escort person missed the customer service training. It's an older campground, and the sites are quite close. Several sites had trees that needed trimming and we witnessed RVs scraping past them. Water pressure was pretty bad at times, and OK at other times. Walk through the back of the park to the adjacent Butte Visitors Center (of course, anyone out there can walk right into the campground as well). Maybe the new owner will erect a security fence? Some older campers look like they've been there for years. But all things considered it served our purpose for an overnight stop, but I'd hope the new owner will do some renovating and updating. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $45.00
Close to the interstate, easy on and off. Was just bought by new owners and they are really cleaning the place up. Great for overnight or for visiting the area. There is a lot of Western history in the area. We camped at Butte KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $39.00
There are a lot of full timers here. Older units with underpinning and even units that looked more like small mobile homes rather than travel trailers. The area of pull-through sites were not that level, had to have a board under our tires on the drivers side. We were still able to stay hooked to our truck since we were here for an overnight. When we were able to get our slides out there was not much room between ours and the motor home next to us, barely room for the picnic table provided. You just couldn't walk around the picnic table oh well. The area was quiet at night even though it was right off of a busy road on one side and highway on another. We probably would not stay here again. We camped at Butte KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
The park was mediocre and in desperate need of maintenance and the spaces were very small. The grass next to our spot was dusty dirt. The playground had rusty screws exposed and was falling apart, the toys had all been well used. We have stayed in some rustic campgrounds, but they normally charge a rustic amount. Considering the condition of this campground compared to others, this place is 50% overpriced. I would have a hard time recommending that anyone should stay here. If you are passing through Butte and need a place to park overnight, this place will serve that need but is overpriced for what they provide. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $34.00
The rate shown was for a pull-thru 30amp/water site. I liked almost everything about this park. The staff was friendly, check-in was prompt and my site was reasonably level and accommodated my motorhome and toad. The biggest negative was the Wi-Fi-- very slow, in fact, much slower than my AT&T cell service for data. I believe that RV parks that advertise Wi-Fi should have service that is reasonably fast. Slow Wi-Fi is like no Wi-Fi at all. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $44.00
We do not stay at KOA Parks usually for several reasons. First, we find their cost extremely high. Secondly, we don't take advantage of their normal amenities such as restrooms, showers, or swimming pools. When we do stay at a KOA, because of the cost, we expect Top Notch service. The staff here were great. They were helpful and courteous in all respects. The grounds were kept up, and the central location was good. The sites are pretty close together. But the real downer and the reason we rated this park so low was the Wi-Fi. It was awful! Frequent dropouts and Very slow response. We complained and they did have their guy out to fix it, but he didn't make it any better. As we said before, we expect Top Notch things when we pay the prices KOA charges. We will probably not stay here again. We camped at Butte KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
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