Deer Lodge KOA

Deer Lodge, Montana

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Take a break! Savor this small respite campground halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks. This KOA is in a quiet area bordered by the Clark Fork River - check out the fabulous mountain views. Nearby, you can tour the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. Visit the Old Montana Prison Complex that offers five museums, including the Montana Auto Museum with its impressive collection of restored cars. Golf and ghost towns are also close by. Swim for free in the municipal Olympic-size pool in town, open weekday evenings and Saturday afternoons. Fish for brown trout, toss some horseshoes, play badminton or watch the wildlife in this riparian zone. The campground staff welcomes your critters; no additional charge for pets. Come be a guest at the Deer Lodge KOA. You'll find old-fashioned hospitality and personalized service. See you soon! Max pull thru: 75 feet. Your hosts: Cass Cahill and GingerSnap, the canine greeter.

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