Butte KOA Journey


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Butte KOA Journey is an enviable spot to camp, as it is a great stop on the way to the Glacier and Yellowstone National Parks. It offers cabins, tent sites, and pull-through RV sites that can accommodate up to 95-foot RVs and trailers.

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Lat: 45.995008 Lng: -112.530822

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Expensive, noisy, laundry expensive, many bugs on grass. Staff friendly and toilets ok. Showers included in the price.


User 20335

Like Dapope said: overprized. $36 for an unpowered site. Wifi gets very slow after downloading some mb's. Tentsite was covered with dirt and poo. Unpowered sites are next to the highway, so it's very noisy.The staff is friendly and the bathroom is big and clean.



Skip this one if you can. Its pricy, nearly $50 a night just for water and power, there is no cable, the canadian geese do their thing everywhere, and the internet is overmanaged. We were trying to update a blog, and got shut down.


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