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Video Campground Review: Butte Montana KOA, Butte MT
Butte-KOA is located on I-90 & I-15. Exit 126 onto Montana Street, and then it’s an easy find by following the signs. Butte-KOA, mid way between Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks, is the best place to camp while exploring historic Butte, Montana.
Known as one of the largest Historical Districts in America, Butte is easy to explore. Just hop onto “Old Number One,” the trolley car that boards next door to KOA at the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center. You’ll need time to see Berkeley Pit, an engineering marvel, and the largest truck-operated open-pit copper mine in America. Mansions of old-time mining barons cluster in Butte neighborhoods & old mining rigs stand tall on the skyline – certain to be a photographer’s paradise.
After sightseeing, lace up hiking boots or maybe golf shoes-Jack Nicklaus designed Butte’s Old Works Golf Course. Fish in nearby streams, stroll a trail and feed the ducks, swim in the heated pool, treat yourself to KOA’s Deli fare and toast marshmallows in the evening over newly installed fire pits. Whether you are RVing, camping in a tent, or renting one of the KOA Kabins, the Butte Montana KOA Team will extend a warm Western welcome & go the extra mile to make your stay a comfortable and pleasant experience. So check out this unique town — also known as the “richest hill on earth.”
For more details on this park go to: Butte Montana KOA.