3 Parks near Miles City, Montana
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This is an excellent campground that is owned by people who care. EVERYTHING was clean and neat. Wifi and Cable strong and was free. All sites were pull throughs and was long. We would definitely return if in the area again. - ob's place
Sep 2016 - $22.00
Price is for water/electric. Higher price for FHU. Though this RV park is near the highway, we did not hear much road noise at all. Sites are in a gravel lot with a bit of grass and no trees, and are incredibly close together - our door opened right into our neighbors and we could hear everything they said with our door open. They do have a picnic table, but being so close, I wouldn't use. There is a pool, as well. WIFI was useless. The bathrooms were tiny, but spotless. All that said, for the price, I would spend the night again. - ALbums
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This park was a good stop-over for a couple days in our 42' 5th wheel but had several concerns with respect to site (dirt, stone and clay). When it rained it turned to mud and was difficult to wash off. Interior roads were bumpy and dirt/gravel. In addition, the water was way too soft (very slick) and did not taste the best (even after double filtering). The 30 amp only service was rough since the day we arrived; it was 95 F and could only run one AC unit. On the good side, the cable selection channels were good as was the Wifi. You also got the farm-life ambiance with the sheep and cattle nearby. Close and easy proximity to I-94 a definite plus. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is good campground for an overnight, on the edge of town and within walking distance of food, casinos and Walmart. It is close to the interstate but is quiet. All sites are full hook up, gravel and close to level. The wifi was excellent as the park was pretty empty when we stayed in early July. Concerns are that it is expensive, the office was never staffed so you just stuff money in a slot, no one ever returned phone calls. With no personal contact we didn't get important info including the laundry or bathroom codes...pretty odd way to run a campground. For $40 there should be some attention to service. Some picnic tables, no dog walk, no playground, no pool, etc. - Solem8s
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Easy access from I-94 but there's only a very small sign to tell you when to turn into the campground. I was charged $40 even though their web site says a full hook up site is $35. I didn't know it at the time or I would have argued the $5. I suspect they have just gone up in price without updating their web page but that earned them a downgrade from 5 to 4 in my rating. They offer no discounts either. For the price, you get a 60' reasonably level gravel FHU pull through with 50/30A and limited cable channels. Some sites have a picnic table. Sites are about 15' apart with a small grass strip between. Your neighbor's hookups are right outside your door. There were some deep furrows in the campground gravel road where heavy vehicles have sunk in wet weather so dodge them. There is no shade but all sites are good for satellite. Verizon had a strong signal. I was able to use their wifi from site 13 on the first row from the office. - Danno
May 2016 - $40.00
We stayed 1 night passing through on I-94 (Exit 138). The park is set up to access from Love St but the entrances/exits are not good. Comstock St is a better street, but access to the park is not the best. The park is far enough from the interstate that there was no road noise but the locals were using one of the park's roads to get from Love St to Comstock.
Self registration. Sign explained the office hours were limited this time of year. They would not be returning until 10 AM. No accommodations to accept credit cards. Since the office was closed, there was no access to the showers or laundry as those amenities had combination locks.
All of the sites are P/T's. The site parking pads were elevated from the grassy area between the sites so walking was hazardous. This is another park that doesn't understand the simple concept of the importance of a flat, level parking pad! There are a limited number of sites that appeared level. Those with a pitch had a double pitch. There were a few outside tables scattered around the park but the condition of the areas between the sites made using them quite a challenge.
The few trees scattered around the park are young so they don't pose an obstacle to satellite reception. Most of the sites have good access to the sky for satellite reception. There was a cable connection but don't know if cable was active.
No Wi-Fi provided even through the self registration envelope provided a password.
No designated pet area. The only place to walk a dog was along the park's roads and the adjacent city streets. There were no pet waste collection stations. There was only one dumpster for the entire park.
This had promise but the design and lack of attention to the park was a real disappointment.
Don't know if we would stay here again but there isn't not much to choose from in the area. Things might be different if the office was open to provide access to the amenities and the park was better cared for. - bsb814
Sep 2016 - $41.00
While the immediate surrounding area of this KOA is not as beautiful as some locations, the proprietors of the Miles City KOA are among the friendliest and most helpful you can imagine. The facility is located right near the charming cowboy town and it is quite nice to travel in to town to visit the bars and shops. DO pay attention to the advice to use exit 135 (not the first exit coming from the East) as there is an 11' RR overpass and our 13'6" RV would certainly not have fit underneath. - JBick
Sep 2016 - $53.00
This is a repeat visit for us to this CG. Take exit 135 off I-94, north/east (this is business 94) to 4th street, turn left to Palmer, left to CG. Local access roads seriously overdue for resurfacing. Caution: not all local roads have stop signs; intersection right-of-way is questionable. Owners took over the CG in August, 2015 and have made improvements. They are super friendly and helpful and take pride in their CG, but work is on-going. CG closes during winter months. Credit cards accepted. CG is heavily treed. Roads are gravel, not too narrow but big rigs need to use caution. A few sites can accommodate large coaches. Turns are okay, just watch those trees. No overhead obstacles. FHU-20/30/50 with all utilities near the middle. Sites are gravel, level, scrub grass but no landscaping, no patio, has picnic tables. Trees make satellite reception challenging (#12 is good). Fires are permitted but no firewood sales. Good water pressure and taste. Office has small store with snacks, soft drinks, trinkets. Buy propane in town. Small playground. Very nice pool; no spa. Cable TV. Free, recently upgraded Wi-Fi but full campground chewed up bandwidth. Verizon coverage at "3 bars". No noise. Bug Report: tree wasps (look like bees - nuisance), black ants (a few got in), flies (nuisance). No recycling bins. - StephenK
Aug 2016 - $46.00
You arrive through a sketchy part of town to an all-gravel park. Manager greeted us nicely and we were led to our treed site. No satellite access, weak, unusable wifi. They had a little pool, looked clean but we didn't use it or any other facilities. Had to back out of our pull-thru because of a tree making a tight corner. If passing thru again, I'd look elsewhere. - The Hilts