Fairfield Inn & Suites Billings

2026 Overland Avenue, Billings, Montana, 59102, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2026 Overland Avenue, Billings, is near Zoo Montana, The Moss Mansion, The Rimrocks, and Reef Indoor Water Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Billings

    Rosebud and Little Bighorn

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... needed a little help.  Continued north then west to Little Bighorn.  Spent 4 hours at the battlefield. The site extends 5 miles from the south where Custer divided his column to the north to Last Stand Hill. There are numerous overlooks and we took a number of pictures. Part of the site is on private land and there were horses grazing in open pastures. Several small herds were right next to the road and we got ...

    We reach Yellowstone in a dramatic way

    A travel blog entry by annarichard on Sep 04, 2013

    20 photos

    ... and it was also full -- though we drove all through it just in case. Rocky and steep but pretty -- and full.

    Another 40 min (20 miles; slow roads) to Canyon Campground (quite a large site) and they said they were full but a very can-do lady did have one odd-sized space that was perfect. Half price with Sr card $15 incl 2 hot showers. Pitched camp -- getting dark. Just had time to get to showers (barely before 8.30 ...

    Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Aug 30, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... Women, children and older men accompanied the warriors to this encampment). The battle was explained to us in detail and everyone knows the outcome. It was the greatest victory the Indians ever had over the US.

    One interesting fact is that 268 US soldiers died but no one knows how many Indians. The women of each tribe visited the battlefield the next day and retrieved their dead so that they could bury ...

    Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

    A travel blog entry by socks on Jun 11, 2013

    8 photos

    Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument memorializes a major battle fought on June 25th 1876, between Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, against the United States Army. These tribes were fighting to preserve their traditional way of life as nomadic buffalo hunters. The U. S. Army was carrying out the Grant Administrations instructions to remove the Lakota Sioux and ...

    A river runs through it

    A travel blog entry by fafeita on Jul 18, 2011

    32 photos

    ... to join us. Once joined and floating down the river together (MJ controlling movements with his kayak - dog aboard too), the real fun began. The river itself was higher than normal for this time of year owing to a higher than average winter melt. The resulting flow quickened the trip, cutting a two hour ride down to one hour and a half but never-the-less, we welcomed a fantastic time. Dodging underwater rocks (and those above water), avoiding strandings on the bank, letting ...