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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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... HUGE male who has been named "Touchdown" by those living nearby. And to top it all off, just off the side of the road we spotted a great big black bear! Now, after seeing all the wildlife on our way out (especially the bear) we had immediately thought "Where the heck were all you guys on our tours this season!?!".
After our little safari, getting to Bozeman was a breeze. Since the speed limit ...
... 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 ...
... stores, and we went to his house about 1:30 where we visited until 5 when we went to the Montana Ale House for dinner. This was a neat place as it was formerly ta railroad depot and had been nicely transformed. After dinner Bill gave us a driving tour of the Bozeman area. We had a very pleasant day and I think he enjoyed the company. He is 84 and has been alone for a year and 1/4 since she died. His kids live in Vail and Nevada and aren't around much. ...
... story before we leave, and in return we offer him some of the Wild Turkey American Honey we’ve had in our ice chest since we left San Francisco. The story was great, but it’ll cost you a drink to hear it…
It’s finally time to depart and find a campsite or someplace to sleep for the night, so we head out, wishing we could work on his ranch for a little while longer. (We can’t say how grateful we are ...
We are looking forward to getting back into the mountains in the morning. North Dakota and Montana have their own beauty, of course, but driving through such large open spaces can make the trip feel longer. We've seen a lot of sky the past few weeks! And horizons too!
If all goes as planned, we expect to be home tomorrow evening.
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13707 Cottonwood Canyon Rd., Bozeman | Campgroundfrom $95