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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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... on cars, road closures, etc. I bet it's just as beautiful with the snow though. We saw a couple of sunsets, and the first night there was a bright orange full moon reflecting over a lake we drove by.
We haven't done much interstate driving on this trip. We take a lot of state highways, which is nice because we get to see a lot more of the state that way. Driving ...
We woke up and headed out on our mammoth journey to glacier. We stopped off on the way at Harrison Hot Springs where we walked around the entire spring and had an ice cream before heading out again on our journey (see photos and video). Along the route (see photos of route) we stopped off for our first ever Dairy Queen (DQ), Louis had a Mozza burger and I had an Ultimate burger, both very nice. We stopped off to take some photos at an old ...
... quite cloudy. The silhouette was unmistakably owl-like, even to these old eyes.
I'll post the photos here, but still appreciate you checking out http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o from time to time. Who knows? Perhaps we'll both see something new to us.
We may be home tomorrow, but we're both slowly adjusting to Montana. There's still a few spots to camp between here and Helena...heh, heh, heh.
We decided to leave Yellowstone a day early. Figured we had completed both loops of the park and had seen everything we wanted to see, and today was going to be a down day because we were all so tired, so we packed up and hit the road for Montana. Besides, the RV park in Yellowstone was less than inviting with no trees, no picnic tables, no room to set up the ...
... efficient and organised so we were soon in our life jackets and helmets and off on the ex-school yellow bus upriver to our departure point. Now we had chosen to have a smaller boat, with a guide, since it would be more fun. So, having been introduced to Alehandro, our Costa Rican guide, we pushed off in our boat (called 'the pickle’ as it was green). It was great fun, despite the water being fairly low and we both (actually all 3 of us) ...
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13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Bozeman | Campgroundfrom $95