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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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... finally happening. It really did not dawn on me that this trip was in full swing until just this morning.
The drive from Old Faithful to Bozeman was very nice. We took the long way and left through the North Entrance near Gardiner, Montana. We saw not only great scenery, but some great wildlife as well. Just before we exited the park we ended up spotting herds of American Bison, a gang of Elk which ...
... for our traditional Coke, a big one this time, as Dave had been frugal with his water, not wanting us to run out. The staff had gone ahead and after we rested, they called us with directions to the motel. The last 5 miles through town were fast and easy, even with the traffic. We found the motel without a problem, and within half an hour were in the swimming pool! But before long we saw lightning and heard thunder ...
... a mountain; I find it hard to believe more didn't die in the attempt.
Sunday 7/29 we left Twin Falls and headed for Pocatello to catch US 20 for West Yellowstone. The Snake River Valley was more agricultural here with lots of irrigated fields, mostly potatoes. I was surprised to find US 20 was a flat 4 lane highway for most of the way to West Yellowstone. When we got close we hit mountains and US Forest land. We also were watching a steady stream ...
... time to ride.
After a quick snack and lots of water to rehydrate, Tom introduces us to the three horses we’ll be with this afternoon: Tom will be on Bandit, Lizette will be on Duke and Bret will be on Trooper. After some maintenance and grooming lessons, we mount the horses and take off.
We were expecting a 30-minute or hour-long ride, maybe just up and down the trail we helped clean, but Tom and Bandit lead us on ...
... huge mountain carving. It is still in progress, and should be done in about 300 years (plus or minus a century).
We stopped for lunch in Deadwood, a real wild west town - home of wild Bill Hickok. Then into Montana. ...
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13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Bozeman | Campgroundfrom $95