Polson KOA

(1) Review

200 Irvine Flats Road, Polson, MT, 59860

This KOA is located in the the gorgeous Montana city of Polson. The town is popular for its excellent local attractions, museums and historic sites, so make sure to carve out some time to visit Polson. Campers can look forward to the National Bison Range and Glacier National Park nearby where they can enjoy breathtaking mountain views, hiking and mountain biking. There's also a thriving ecosystem surrounding the campground, so visitors can expect to see not only tall, healthy fir and pine trees, but also elk, deer and moose. Most campers also take advantage of the neighboring Flathead Lake for touring, cruising and trout fishing, so be sure to set aside plenty of time for that. Local dining and entertainment is also excellent, so if you're hoping for a taste of local culture, visit the various restaurants and eateries around town. The campground itself also has great attractions like mini golf, a volleyball court and horseback riding paths for fun close to the campsite. You certainly won't be bored!

Amenities at the campground include: a pavilion, snack bar, WIFI, tent camping, cabins, propane, pool access, hot tub, sauna, firewood, RV hookups and snack bar. For your next Montana vacation, choose the Polson KOA.

Last Updated: 09/15/2020

200 Irvine Flats Road, Polson, MT, 59860
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Overall Rating: 1.0

Jana Moore

AVOID THIS KOA LIKE THE PLAGUE This KOA is, by all decrees, a substandard rundown KOA RV Park replete with horrifically unlevel sites. Upon arrival, there were several sites available in which to park our RV. We were guided to a site that was patently impossible to safely park our expensive new vehicle without sustaining damage. We asked to change to another available site and were summarily told that, that was not possible. We were meeting two groups of friends requiring two sites at the park and they informed us that the KOA owners moved an RV'er to another site to ensure side by side lots for them, but when we asked to move to another open site, we were told that wasn't possible. We subsequently left to find another campground and no service was rendered at this KOA. Despite making no effort to find an acceptable site that would avoid costly damage to our RV, they had the cojoñes to charge our credit card. Suffice it to say, these owners won't see one red cent of our ample monetary reserves as I've successfully contested the charge on my credit card. We rolled up the road to Big Arm Resort & Marina, paid $12 more for a nicely landscaped, fully paved campground, parked in a nice level site replete with high speed internet, gorgeous views of Flathead Lake, plenty of over-the-air TV channels, a nice little restaurant and very amiable and accommodating personnel.