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Billings RV parks and campgrounds are both in and around the city, and tend to run along the Yellowstone River and I-90. Visitors who set up camp in Billings have easy access to south-central Montana.


Aside from its proximity to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Billings is also an easy day or weekend trip to gems like Bighorn National Forest, Lewis and Clark National Forest, and Custer Gallatin National Forest. There are an infinite number of places to go fishing, hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities.


On the Crow Reservation, just beyond the town of Hardin, is the Little Bighorn Battlefield, where general Custer was at long last defeated by Native Americans who, up until that day, he had been slaughtering for years.


History buffs looking for fun times around Billings should make their way to the Moss Mansion, where you can tour the haunted home, which was built in 1901. The Western Heritage Center is the definitive place to visit for folks who really want to understand and experience the area’s cultural, economic, and natural past. Pictograph Cave has trails leading to ancient drawings left on stone by previous inhabitants, while Lake Elmo State Park is a favorite local fishing destination. ZooMontana is here, as is the Rimrock Auto Arena, and Yellowstone Art Museum.