KOA Campground

Address: 3533 Us Highway 212, Red Lodge, Montana, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 3533 Us Highway 212, Red Lodge, is near Red Lodge Mountain, Beartooth Nature Center, Carbon County Peak to Plains Museum, and Red Lodge Mountain Golf Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Red Lodge

    Smith Mine Disaster

    A travel blog entry by backroadtravels on Jun 09, 2015

    4 photos

    Having arrived at Cody, WY in good time and early enough in the day, we decided we would undertake the ride to Red Lodge and the Beartooth Highway rather than delay it to the following day. That would result in a shorter day of riding through Yosemite on to Jackson WY the next day.

    We exited Cody via SR 120 to SR 308 to reach Red Lodge. On the way there, I noticed a pull off for an abandoned ...

    Custer's last stand

    A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Jun 09, 2015

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... whom a treaty had been signed to leave them land but which was conveniently dumped when gold was found. Apparently as he lay dead, the Indians drilled holes in his ears so that he may hear better next time the words of the treaty. On the path up to the hill, Chris spotted a snake right in front of us, later identified as a Bullsnake. On the way to Red Lodge, we went into Billings, Montana for a bit ...

    Rain, cold, the weathers gone south...

    A travel blog entry by dldemented on May 22, 2007

    1 comment

    ... miles takes you from ten thousand feet to four thousand feet, in places it is very steep..  None of that seems bad does it??  Well, this road has been "under construction" for ten years!!!  Thus it is a gravel road and gravel and motorcycles do not do well together.  There are no guard rails and many, many hairpin turns.  One of the rangers said everyone calls that entrance the "Oh my god road "....  I would certainly agree!!!    Thus I felt we would cut ...

    Day 37 - Yellowstone NP

    A travel blog entry by kellenberg on Aug 01, 2005

    ... it continues with the same pattern. Anyway, the magma resting beneath this park powers the mighty geysers and heats the fumeroles, hot springs and paint pots. The hot spring we visited released a foul, rotten egg odor caused by the emitted hydrogen sulfide gas and sulfur. When we finished our hot spring tour, we went to a nearby village to eat lunch, buy gifts, purchase souvenirs, stamp our National park passports, and visit the post office. We then drove to ...

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