July 29, 2019 - reviewed by Jwj
The Best In The Area.
This is the best park in the area, although they have a ways to go to get to 5 stars. And for the price they should be 5 star. They do provide a very nice breakfast every morning at a great facility. The RV sites are narrow and a bite overgrown. The staff are nice but I would not say they are overly helpful. It seems they can’t make many decisions and just going through the motions. I tried to get a tree trimmed and/or move to another site and did not hear from anyone.
July 3, 2019 - reviewed by Till We Meet Again
Second Time through
This was our second time through and it wasn’t as pleasant as the first time. The place is ever so slightly run down a bit more, especially in the bathrooms and the spa. The price is hefty for a one night stay and surprisingly they “only had the 100$ spots left” though I counted four open spaces in the morning at 5am, that were cheaper.
They had a live band that was playing at the spa and it wasn’t as loud as I was expecting, so that turned out alright. The big negative this time were the locals that live around and near the park. Yikes! Loud parties, bonfires and revving engines. It was a show and loud.
Staff were helpful, though I think they were already tired of their summer jobs. Sadly I think that’s the last time we will stay. Just seemed a bit worse for wear.
July 30, 2018 - reviewed by Megan
Last night we stayed here, Went over to the hot springs for the evening, listened to live music and watched the stars come out until about 11. Not what you expect from an RV Park. It’s a nice place. Definitely worth the $80
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by K.W
Very family friendly campground, that is off the beaten city path, but still close enough to the hwy to Big Sky that you can hear car noise. The spa is absolutely lovely, although it is owned by Seventh day Adventist group and are NOT open sundown Friday night to sundown Saturday night. So keep that in mind, if you happen to be there during those days. Otherwise it is open from 6am to 11pm.
The camp spots have large enough space for our 35' RV with all the hookups needed. However consider where you park, as many will not have shade during the day. Some spots are cement paded while.others are gravel.
There is a CrossFit/parkour park, and regular park for kids. There is also a free breakfast that is served, pancakes, cereal coffee, etc.
For our spot, we were 100$ a night, but since the spa and breakfast were free I'd say it was worth it, just don't come on Saturday and you'll miss out on the spa.
June 26, 2017 - reviewed by Sarah
Now called Bozeman Hot Springs
Nice. Expensive but close to town and access to hot springs
June 23, 2017 - reviewed by J Jackson
Nice But Way Overpriced
Very nice campground with free breakfast and hot springs available. Quiet and peaceful, but in my opinion, way overpriced.
June 5, 2017 - reviewed by JRL
Nice, but at $70 a night for two, too expensive for an overnight stay even though you do get access to hot springs and a free continental breakfast. Hasn't been a KOA since 2016. Same phone number.
January 17, 2017 - reviewed by Mschirber
We stayed during winter so a lot of activities were shut down, but our stay included access to the hot springs next door, which was fantastic! Staff was very friendly, facilities were clean and the park was quiet.
June 21, 2016 - reviewed by Christina
Nice but very expensive. Lots of things to do for the kids. Goldmine get, indoor and outdoor swimming, toys to rent.