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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $53.00
Park is extremely well kept and is currently undergoing an upgrade. The old single sites are being reworked and now have an adjacent parking or grassy area so that what were 2 sites are now one site. The rates have been increased as would be expected with this additional room. Also, fire rings and BBQ racks are at each site. Overall it is very nice but has become rather expensive. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $39.00
Very nice park. Wide variety of site quality levels/sizing, and pricing to match. We fit into the smaller sites just fine, but big rigs or fifth wheels should verify site dimensions and reserve accordingly. When full park is a little tight, and access roads are narrow (no room for tow vehicles except on sites) but very clean and well maintained. Our site was level, water pressure was fine, cable and wifi worked well, power worked for running the AC. Campground does have fire rings, so we had a fair amount of smoky air with windows open in the evening. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $65.00
Probably the best KOA we have ever stayed; possibly one of the best RV Parks. PROS: VERY close to town, still a park feel. No city sounds, a few helicopters and planes from airport, but minimal. Shady in many places, very friendly and helpful staff, very well serviced sites (lawns, trees, clean, etc.) They have everything you would need for just about anything in the store. Also, electric power was EXCELLENT. Checked at peak usage time and it was 124 volts at the plug (we use 220 50 amp - didn't check pedestal at the same time). CONS: A bit pricey, but you do get what you pay for. Sites are a little short, I see it with just about every unit. Some sites are pretty close to others. We got the best site in the park (None left) and had to pull forward and park behind the unit due to the distance from the power. Other than than it was a pleasant experience. CONCLUSION: Would DEFINITELY stay here again and will probably wish I was here as we go down the road and encounter lesser parks. :-) We camped at Missoula KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $37.00
This was just a place to stop for the night. No privacy between sites. Voltage was too low to use the AC probably because everybody else was using their AC. Had to be very judicious with power use. Well kept pool for the kids was great. Animal presentation in the evening was perfect entertainment for the kids. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $41.00
We stayed here one weekend in mid-July and had a full hookup, pull-through site with 60+ channel cable TV. We had no trouble getting their Wi-Fi network in our RV. I have been here numerous times over the years and always enjoyed our visits. This is a big, busy park with lots of families and kids and understand that the pool will often be overflowing with kids. When I asked about an "adult only" swim time, I was told that it was from 10-10:30 PM! In addition, I saw numerous kids using the hot tubs without a parent. This is against their rules and the KOA pool attendant did nothing. I don't mind KOAs catering to families and kids, but don't screw us seniors to do so. I lowered my rating due to their policies. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $39.00
This is our second visit to this KOA. They do everything right in my opinion. Great amenities, especially for kids. Wi-Fi worked well. This park could be a destination park for a family with kids. It's in a city so there's some road noise. They have a variety of sites to fit about any need. All looked easy in/out. Rate reflects a water/electric-only only site with discount so the average rate will be upper 40s. Both AT&T and Verizon had strong signals. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $51.00
Top of the line RV park. Clean, neat, friendly, spacious RV spots, etc. We have stayed here many times and will again when in the area. Lots of TV channels, WI FI but it took an extender to receive it when we were 4 sites from the office. This has been the best KOA throughout Montana. A little high priced, but all KOA's are high priced. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $55.00
I gave this KOA an 8, which is about as high a rating as I can give a KOA type campground. Our family really prefers state parks - more trees and nature and less concrete and fewer amenities. For a KOA, this is an excellent campground. Not a lot of trees, but a great store, laundry facility, large bathrooms and showers, nice pool, etc.
The best thing about the park is its proximity to town - many restaurants, stores, theaters, etc. nearby. Missoula just opened a Cabela's, which is about a mile south of this KOA. There is a lot to see nearby and the campground is laid out very well. The sites are easy to enter and exit for any size RV. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $48.00
We stayed for two nights. Friendly staff, clean park, spacious sites, clean restrooms. We have stayed here many times and it is always very nice. It is a little high price, but is a convenient location to shopping, food, etc. and worth it. We stayed on our return on 10/15 also. The rate that night was $22 because of winter rates and internet special of $8.00 off for Washington residents. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
We stayed the Missoula KOA just after Labor Day for a week. The neighborhood was relatively quiet (some train and airplane noise), the onsite store was fully stocked and not ludicrously priced. The activities, when open, look to be lots of fun. The park was very large so there were a wide variety of spaces throughout. The laundry room was large and clean. Do not stay at the Missoula KOA if you are looking for natural beauty, the RV park is lined with mobile homes. There are many kid activities at the campground, unfortunately some of them shutdown for the season the day after we arrived. The playground was a blast for our 2 & 4 year old. The proximity to shops, such as Costco, Walmart, and Target was a huge bonus. There were a handful of restaurants, which were good dinner/lunch options. I can recommend Missoula KOA for a few days or even a few weeks. We returned to the campground twice over a month. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $36.00
Very nice KOA. Staff was very helpful and my site worked well for my stay. Only issue I had was with the Wi-Fi, which was spotty at best. Staff tried resetting the router for my area, which worked for about a half hour. I believe RV parks that advertise Wi-Fi should have reasonably capable systems. Unfortunately, my experience at KOA's all over this country has been that their Wi-Fi is the weak link. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $60.00
Directions in KOA directory are good. Access is good. Interior roads are paved, but really narrow. Sites are gravel and short and narrow. This place is weird. It was made an RV park 66 years ago, and the city grew around it. The west side is surrounded by 2 story apartments. The north side is a series of houses. The south side is a city school bus barn that dispatches its buses right thru the RV park. The east side is houses backed up to a shopping center (Kohls, TJ Maxx, etc.). Two blocks away is Cosco and Lowes. This is an RV park in an urban area. Lots of highway and street noise. Very little privacy. Office is well equipped and staff is friendly. But, they automatically stick you in a 'premium' site which means you get a wooden swing. They advertise 2 fenced dog runs - but one is for midget dogs, and the other is not much better. (Why won't KOA put in good fenced dog areas?) There are some long term residents. There are few shower/bath houses and folks were lined up in the morning. If going to Glacier NP, skip this place and continue West to the turn north where you will find a few privately owned parks which appear to be well cared for. We would skip this place next time. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $59.00
Our premium site was gravel and adequately long, wide and level. Narrow and busy roads made navigating our 40 foot motor home and toad a bit difficult. Our satellite dish was not blocked but there are numerous trees and that was luck. Adequate wifi. Good Verizon signal. As usual for the KOA's we've stayed at there were numerous ongoing activities and many families with children. Although the park was reasonably clean late on the afternoon we arrived there was a microburst that knocked a lot of tree branches down all over the park and cleanup didn't start until the next day. The park was okay but we felt it was overpriced and will look for an alternative the next time we're in the area. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $41.00
We arrived here on a holiday weekend with no reservations, so the only spot we could get didn't have sewer hookup - so $41 a night with no full hook up is high in our opinion. It was congested and difficult to maneuver in. We did have phone service, didn't try the Wi-Fi. We would probably only stay here again in a pinch. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Shore services are good. We stayed in a pull through with no sewer, but used the dump on the way out. This campground is very large and sites are very close. We did have enough room to park the truck on the site. There was enough room to put out the awning and slides. The road into the park is full of pot holes so you should go slow. The road to the sites are very narrow, but these were pull through and really didn't need any extra room. It is in town so it is easy to get to a number of businesses. Price was decent for a KOA. We normally stay in a different campground about 5 miles west, but the campgrounds in Missoula were very busy this time. They have a very nice dog park with good grass and plenty of room to run around. DirecTV Satellite is accessible. We would stay here if the other campgrounds were full but feel this campground sites are real close together. We camped at Missoula KOA in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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