Centrally located in Billings, MT and a gateway to Yellowstone National Park
Billings Village RV Park, privately owned for 43 years, offers you easy access to us via I-90 (exit 447). Centrally located, from Billings Village RV you can walk to restaurants and a casino! Plus, we’re close to shopping, the Billings Convention Center, a Hospital, and entertainment.
The Sites and Amenities of Billings Village RV Park are Top-Notch
RVers love our wide, paved streets and level, big-rig-friendly sites, which also feature grass, shade, full hookups, and city water and sewer. We have tons of amenities including being satellite friendly with free WiFi and TV. RV washing is permitted, so feel free to give your rig a good scrubbing while you’re here; and while you’re at it, bath the family dog because pets are welcome too (with size restrictions).
If you are looking to have a little fun at the park, we have an on-site playground, bike trail, and book exchange for your family camping needs. If you want to take your family frolic off-site, kids of all ages will enjoy the animals and games at ZooMontana. We offer daily and weekly rates and honor Good Sam, AAA, and, of course, military discounts.
Using Billings Village RV Park and the surround Billings, MT area as your gateway to Yellowstone will allow you to behold all the wonder of this special trek of highway. Heralded as one of the most scenic drives in the US, it features breathtaking views of the Absaroka and Beartooth Mountains, and open high alpine plateaus dotted with countless glacial lakes, forested valleys, waterfalls, and wildlife. The distance to Yellowstone via I-90 & US-14 is roughly 283 miles and driving time is about 4-5 ½ hours if you go straight through. However, with all the fantastic views along the way and numerous things to do and see, you should plan on taking at least 8-10 hours to create memories along the way.
Billings Honors the Old West
Billings is a history buff’s dream destination; museums, galleries, and landmarks honoring legendary characters from the old west like Lewis & Clark, Custer, Sitting Bull, and Calamity Jane dot the city. It offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation; including hiking, biking, golf, and viewings of rare wildlife. Nearby Metra Park offers horse racing, rodeos, concerts, fairs, and other types of entertainment.
Now the government shutdown has been lifted and our National Parks are reopening, it’s the perfect season to escape the busy life, slow down a bit in Billings, and create lifelong memories along the legendary Bear Tooth Highway before getting lost in all of the adventures that Yellowstone has to offer.
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