Devils Tower / Black Hills Koa

Devils Tower, Wyoming

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Devils Tower National Monument, named a "top 10 ecotourism destination," is America's first national monument. The monument was established in 1906 by Teddy Roosevelt. Nestled on the banks of the Belle Fourche River in the beautiful Black Hills of Wyoming, this KOA campground lies in the shadow of Devils Tower. Enjoy the nightly hayride through the historic Campstool Ranch, one of the oldest ranches in Wyoming. The movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind was filmed on-site in 1976, and it is shown nightly at the campground. This KOA offers a full-service restaurant, an extensive gift shop and a Sweet Shoppe that features legendary fudge and hand-dipped ice cream. Open May 15 - October 15 (depending on snow conditions, please call for off-season reservations). Pool: June 1 - September 1. Max pull thru: 70 feet. Your hosts: the Driskill family.

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Adventures Nearby

  • Capture the Night Sky over Devils Tower

    Devils Tower, also known as Bear Lodge, was the first designated National Monument. Sitting on the edge of the Black Hills, the towering formation of rock is surrounded by ponderosa forest and little civilization. There are numerous places to ph...

  • Hike the Red Beds Trail

    The trailhead is located in the same parking lot as the Tower Trail at the base of the tower.  This is a 2.8 mile loop with approximately 500 feet of elevation gain. This trail provides great views of both the Tower and the Belle Fourche River Val...

    2.8 miles 500 ft gain

  • Hike the Joyner Ridge Trail

    There is a nice sized parking lot at Joyner Ridge. From the parking lot, the Devil's Tower looms very large! From the parking lot the trail is obvious and easy to follow. There are occasional overlooks or different vantage points from the trail. T...

    1.5 miles