7 Parks near Laurel, Montana
Jul 2016 - $83.00
We spent one night in a deluxe pull-through site. I wish we'd planned a longer stay. This is the original KOA and it's one of the nicest we've seen. Our site was very generous and had a large patio with a swing, park bench and very nice picnic table. We didn't have time to use them, but the pool and the miniature golf looked excellent. Pistol Pete's, the on-site restaurant, was very good--I loved the BBQ ribs! Overall, we liked this KOA very much and definitely want to stay there again. Our nightly rate reflects an additional $5 discount we got because we also stayed at the KOA in West Yellowstone (West Entrance).
We got caught in some high winds on I-94 and had an issue with our motorhome. The KOA office was very helpful and recommended an excellent mobile RV service technician. - Carolynp
Jul 2016 - $84.00
We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend and the park was full. The Park is well laid out with paved roads and gravel sites. The staff was very friendly and driving a 45 foot RV, we were given a very "easy to access" site. The sites are fairly spacious with very nice patios, ours had a swing, picnic table and fire pit. The site also had a large pot of blooming flowers which were watered daily (nice touch). - Stealth01
Jul 2016 - $89.00
This is one of the nicest KOAs we've stayed at. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and level. Many have concrete patios with furniture and landscaping. Restrooms/Showers are unisex and are large. Laundry was adequate. Staff helpful and friendly. Plenty of amenities and very kid friendly. Wifi was poor, cable was good. We would camp here again. - TxDiver
Jun 2016 - $82.00
May go down as the worst park we've ever stayed in. The pictures on Good Sam are not what you get. Those nice looking spaces are for the permanent campers. What you get is a shared side by side space with another RV that puts you way too close for comfort between RVs on either side. We had to pull our 5th Wheel all the way to the front of our space in order to reach all connections and then park in back of it, and as close as possible in order to fit. It was so bad and so cramped we left after just one night, even though we had booked two. Other campers did the same. We had to BACK out of our space because there was not enough clearance between the tree and other vehicles. The motorhome one space over had to do the same to get out. Way way over priced. Although the staff was friendly and they have nice green areas around the perimeter, we would Never stay here again. - Corona-travels
Jun 2016 - $70.00
We stayed here one night. During our 2 week travels this is by far the most expensive to stay at. I spoke with fellow campers and it was the same topic of conversation. Not much to choose from in the area and I guess they know it. Had a nice dog park that is enclosed. The showers and bath rooms were clean and adequate. I've stayed at much nicer places for less but it worked for us. It was quiet at night. Spots were close in to others. - mcomeaux
Jun 2016 - $74.00
Pull-through sites have been divided into two sites. Each one now holds two RVs. There is no space, once the site is occupied, to set up any outdoor seating. Water and electric worked. CATV was spotty at best. Channels missing with poor reception on some. WiFi worked well until the the park started to fill up, then it became questionable whether you could get access. Considering the cost per night I would expect much better conditions. I would probably continue down the road before ever staying here again. - Martini Chuck
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Internet did not work the entire time we stayed there. Would have given it a 1, but they did have sewer. The picnic table was broke, I mentioned it to the manager, he said he would look at it. Maybe he looked at it, but it was not fixed or replaced. Did I mention the rattlesnakes and power outages. We had to run our generator, even though it was against the rules. Have you ever stayed in a RV with no air when temperatures were in the 100's. - eileenb
Jul 2016 - $33.00
This is our second year in as row staying here. I would advise ignoring the 4/16 review that tells you nothing about the park. The older woman who owned and ran the park sold it this past year and it is now managed by a couple who seem to be doing a good job of keeping the park up to previous standards. Since there is no cable TV, we had requested a satellite friendly site when making our reservation and were placed in a nice open site right across from the office. Since many sites are not satellite friendly, request one when making reservations. I would suggest reservations in season since this park filled up on the July weekday we were there. By 4 P.M. customers without reservations had to settle for W&E sites and several were turned away later that evening because the park was full. The 11 back in sites on the west side of the park are W&E only. The rest of the sites are fairly level, gravel, pull through, FHU sites. There is about 15' of grass/weeds between sites. The woman at the desk advised that the WIFI would probably not work well once the park got full. She was right - it worked OK for our minimal needs until about 8 P.M. The main building houses the office, bathrooms, showers, and a nice laundry. I think there were 2 or 3 of each machine. I saw no sign of any recycling. - Jerry S
Apr 2016 - $40.00
Quoted us a price for electric hookup that was lower than the full service hookup, but it turned out that the only space given us was right next to the freeway and very loud. The whole place is right next to freeway. When we asked if we could take a space further away because the place was almost completely empty, she said she would have to charge us the full hookup rates which were a lot more. When we said we would need to think about it, she told us to hurry up as she had better things to do! The place was small, well worn, and right next to freeway noise so we decided to continue down the road. Actually, we were so tired we may have stayed even for additional expense, but her attitude and rudeness made up our mind. - Fidchik
Sep 2013 - $1.00
This park is closed for the season and camping is prohibited by signs. The web site for the park shows it as open Memorial Day through Labor Day. The park is across the road from a large refinery and BNSF railroad. This review w ill say we camped in a motorhome, but we didn't stay at all. - Jay Rutherford
Aug 2010 - $12.00
There was 3 different pricings $12 for dry camping, $15 for electric only sites (said to be 3 but the one we found looked not safe for electric hookup) and $20 for electric/water site which was the majority of the sites. There was a shower house. We chose to dry camp. Said to be 7 day max stay, but some looked to have been there longer with their big fridges outside, workers with their campers and tents all laid out, there was no one attending the window once you finally find the office, shower house was not kept very clean, some of the ones staying there looked a little on the iffy side. We did not feel comfortable allowing the kids (15 12 10) to venture even to the shower house alone. We stayed here 2 nights 1 day out of necessity of a stop over but wouldn't stay there again. Did not feel safe walking to the shower house due to some of the people staying there. Guys and Girls going to the same side together and my son walked into the men room while a couple was doing their thing in the shower, not impressed esp. when they told him it was OK he could watch, fortunately my son (10) came back out. Park was quiet enough but wasn't willing to leave the rig unattended. - moosemama3
Jul 2009 - $15.00
We spent 5 nights here holed up over the 4th of July holiday. 30amp service and water for $15 a night. Lots of mosquitoes. The lots are irregular in size & layout, but they're OK. Some will easily take big rigs, some are pull through. Bathroom wasn't clean. There were 2 or 3 homeless individuals & families living there in tents or small older trailers, they were very nice & friendly, no problem. CG across the Yellowstone River from water treatment plant & refinery but no odors, a little noise. Some train traffic but not bad. - big greg
Jul 2016 - $36.00
The park was well maintained with lots of mature trees. They had asphalt
driveways and asphalt pads. We had a back-in site. There was plenty of space between the sites. They had drop-in sewer connections. Water pressure was good. We had a 50 amp electrical connection. There was cable TV. WiFi was worthless - "This site can't be reached." "There is no Internet connection." "Unable to join network 'VillageNet.'", pages that start but never finish displaying. WiFi was provided by TengoInternet. Verizon Wireless was 4 out of 5 bars; AT&T wireless 5 out of 5 bars. - RVTravelerToo
Jul 2016 - $45.00
No pull thrus. All back ins. Spaces are very tight. Spaces are not marked very well. I backed into my space. After I un-hitched and was fully connected, was told my trailer was in the wrong place. I had backed it into the space I was assigned. I had to disconnect, re-hitch, move trailer, unhitch re-connect all over again. Only because women at front desk gives lousy instructions. Would not stay here again. - lawrence k
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Paved roads and back in sites with more than the average amount of room between sites for this type park. Each site has a small grass area and there are some nice shade trees if you get the right site. Solid electric and sewer but water pressure fluctuated from great to poor. The place is clean and well kept, but there are a few seasonal sites that need to pick up and clean up a bit.
Now for the dings. We never could get use wifi at our site. Others said it worked OK so I think it was our position at the furthest point from the office. We did have great Verizon 4G but it is nice to have working wifi when they advertise it.
There are no picnic tables at any of the sites. There is plenty of room so I'm not sure why this is.
There is no dog park. The dogs go on a thin patch of grass near the fence or more likely, on soomeone's site. Having a corner lot with a large plot of grass between the coach and the street, we had a lot of visitors. Fortunately they all picked up except for one. There always has to be one.
This place will allow you to wash your rig or car. A large portion of the sites turn over every night so mornings and afternoons are busy. I would stay here again if in the area. - Pjoe
Aug 2009 - $27.00
You are lucky if you find this park on the first approach. There are no signs. You will see a blue camping arrow on the 437 exit stop sign. Nothing after that until you realize you better call the park. The park will tell you, you are going to Billings. It turns out the park is at the Sinclair gas station by the stop sign. You will pull into a tiny, weary, old park made for 26' trailers. The sites are gravel and level. The electric is good for 30 amps. We are fortunate enough to have a 34', three slide motor home. We had a snug fit. We unhooked our tow and parked it in front as not to impede traffic. There are permanent people living in 26' trailers. It is a comfortable park. Grass but no shade. - mycelia