Quality Inn Homestead Park
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Homestead Park Billings
Travel Blogs from Billings
We overnighted in Billings, Montana. The park had a beautiful entrance and a great office, BUT when we got to the site it was pretty much a gravel driveway. We looked for the Yellowstone River and found it a half mile away with no access. On the way downtown we were stopped by a 200 car coal train so we visited their local food store and had a wonderful dinner in the "Cottage."
... went for a drive up to the old BIllings Boothill. I wandered about and took a few pics before a rapidly approaching storm made me think about heading back to the motel.
Sorry about two boring posts in a row, but at least I have some pics this time.
... to hatch and crawl into my brain and kill me slowly). The past two mornings Mother Nature has woken me up abruptly: with a thunderstorm yesterday at 6am and with a brief rain shower this morning, also at 6am (does Mother Nature not know about 7am?). Regardless, I got up and got moving. It wasn’t all bad – in a very crowded campground I didn’t have to wait for a shower at 6:30am! I tried to take some cool pics of ...
We have come to the head-home part of our journey. Today was mostly a travel day. Fortunately I have a friend and colleague who lives in Billings, MT who graciously agreed to let us stay with her. We got there about 430, ran some errands, and then went to Camille's house. We caught up with her, went to a really good Mexican restaurant, and played Small World (a board game) before sacking out in her spare bed and couches. Thank you ...
... scenery changed. Much
of the terrain was barren, rugged, but yet, there was a beauty to it.
Occasionally we would pass a ranch house -- mostly they sat way back from the
road. Of course, we saw lots of cattle grazing and lots of horses as well as
many sheep. This was true 'cowboy country.
began to wonder what it would be like living so isolated such as this. Mundane
questions like -- how did you get groceries, or ...