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TravelPod Member ReviewsBozeman Koa
This KOA was right on the highway leading to the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park - very convenient. Like other KOA's the staff were extremely friendly and helpful, the park was clean & quiet and the washrooms were also clean.
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... new house in under construction and looks like a post and beam but has a lot of curved beams. Across the street are a bunch of cows trying to figure out what going on. We head on to the trail head to the "M". There are two routes to pick from the medium and the steep. Well at our age we took what we thought was the lesser of two evils. The purported easier route, which is three times as long, winds up the slope toward the big "M" from ...
... break. Usually we’re not really hungry at these snack breaks, but it’s important to keep your calorie intake at pace with your output, because “bonking” (running out of calories/energy) is really not fun. Even with the climb, our average was over 15 mph, which is really good for me.
Norris isn’t much but a minimart gas station and a post office. We sat down on the stoop of an ...
... hit the road around noon and headed towards Wal-Mart in Missoula, MT. Got in around 5PM and went across the street to Outback Steakhouse and proceeded to have the worst service and food ever. We then went to Tamarack Brewing Company and enjoyed terrific brews and flat bread pizza.
Can't believe we stayed out until 10PM, but it does not stop there…As we were walking Maddie around ...
... in time for one of its regularly spaced explosions of gases and boiling water, then walked around some of the smaller geysers and fountains for some spectacular photos.
We then drove around the Great Loop, watching bisons and a white wolf (plus a pair of grizzly bears at a faraway distance), finally exiting through the West entrance ...
... before we checked the Montana DOT website and discovered that a stretch of I-90 Eastbound along our planned route for the day was flooded and closed! The only detour would take us about 160 miles out of our way! So, we decided we'd drive as far as the Walmart in Bozeman, do our grocery shopping, and then decide what our best option was. Which brings us ...
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13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Bozeman | Campgroundfrom $95