Big Timber / Grey Cliff KOA

693 Highway 10, Big Timber, Montana
KOA Campground
7 reviews


Daily: $13-$44 Reported over 2 years ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Dump Station
  • Playground
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Shade Trees
  • Big Rig Access



“Dated and scary”

Train horns all night long. Abandoned water park next door adds to the dystopian feel. Pool was nice, nothing else.


Great water pressure, barbecue grills ,clean, secure, EZ pull out and big spaces .I don't think after this we would stay at another koa. Everything closed too early, pool, jacuzzi ,store ect. Overpriced. Had a problem with the Wi-Fi going in and out. No garbage cans anywhere you had to bring it to the front of the place. Last but not least the godforsaken train, personally I would save a couple bucks and look for another place. On our trip from Indiana to Wyoming we found that the smaller places family-owned are better
Stayed: 08/05/16 to 08/06/16

“Noisy trains!”

This was not our first choice based on RV Parky reviews but trying to book a spot the same day anywhere near Yellowstone in August is hard. We were lucky to get a nice shady space with full hook up. Easy access on and off I-90 but the traffic noise and hourly train whistles kept me from sleeping. The WiFi was good; the showers were excellent, with private dressing rooms and good water pressure. A small creek runs along the edge - which the dog enjoyed. Without the train noise, we would stay again.

“Nice campground”

I have seen others say the noise is too much. I must have a great Rpod because I heard one train when I went to the loo. The folks are great the pool clean and a babbling brook added to the joy! Thanks
Stayed: 07/30/16 to 08/01/16

“An okay stop.”

Nothing too special about this one.  It had a lot of trees for shade, but also blocked satellite use... and there is no cable or OTA broadcasts.  The WiFi was also slow.  It has a pool and hot tub... and the laundry was decent.

It is right on the freeway and busy railroad tracks (every 30-60 minutes).  Try to get a space in the back away from the noise.  You may need earplugs anyway.

Closed during winter/early spring :( looks like a nice place though.

“Hot tub”

We are on our way west from Michigan, decided to stop here so we could use our hot tub. It was a nice change from the Walmart parking lots in the free parking. Your laundry had to soak in the hot tub very nice family ran the place.

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