Surrounded by a field of trees lies the lovely campground of Great Falls KOA. Started with flat lands of Montana in the 1970’s they have planted and maintained the beautiful site you will now see today. Unique to others in its home feeling offerings with a kamp kitchen (where you can get a 2 eggs, hash-browns and toast with coffee for just $5.00) and this summer nightly has blue grass and folk inspired live music, not to mention it also has large RV sites, Kamp Cabins (which I enjoyed for two nights) a pool (more of a mini- water park), wifi and loads of stuff for kids to keep busy!
The staff was right away welcoming and excited to be a part of my cross-country journey! The Kamp Kabins if you don’t know are great little writing houses (this is how I see them – a little Walden on the road) with a full size bed and a bunk bed with a desk and AC (you may think but for Montana…but it is unseasonably warm and I was very grateful for AC)!
Another unique quality to this particular KOA is that it has free firewood and right outside my cabin was a fire pit and picnic table nestled under great trees and although in a commercial camp ground – it felt very private and spacious! A lovely facility and location.
Not too far for my ride out tomorrow to make it to Glacier National Park in the north-western part of the state. A great stay and great staff – I can honestly recommend a stay over at the Great Falls KOA – call ahead for reservations to guarantee your space as word about this gem gets out!