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RV Rentals in Bozeman, MT

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Discover Bozeman

Looking for a summer getaway? Take an RV road trip to Bozeman, Montana, during the peak summer months and enjoy everything the city has to offer. Situated at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, with Bridger Ranges to the north and Spanish Peaks to the south, there is a lot of terrain to explore. July and August offer temperatures in the mid-70s with a low chance of precipitation, making it the perfect time for an RV rental.

Traveling through Bozeman will bring you to the heart of Southern Montana. You can eat, drink, and be merry while walking down Main Street. Learn something new at one of the various museums. Alternatively, try to get in as many hikes as possible in the neighboring Custer Gallatin National Forest and the famous Yellowstone National Park. Whatever you end up doing during your RV road trip, you will undoubtedly make memories for a lifetime.


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Things to Do in Bozeman

Now that you've set up camp, it's time to head into town. There is some parking available, for smaller motorhomes and campers, but it's best to find another way to get around if you're traveling in a big rig. Once in town, take a walk down Main Street and take in all that downtown Bozeman has to offer. Grab a bite to eat, pop into some of the shops, and take a tour of the galleries that line the historic road. Enjoy music on Main every Thursday during the summer and stop in at the farmer's market for some fresh, local produce. You may even be surprised by a live event during your walk around town.

Bozeman is home to the Museum of the Rockies, which showcases fossils from all kinds of dinosaurs. Enjoy learning about one of the largest collections of North American dinosaurs in the world. With active research occurring at the MOR, there are always new exhibits and findings happening. While you're there, make sure to visit the Taylor Planetarium and spend some time looking up at the stars. This attraction is fun for the entire family. An added bonus is the overflow parking that is available free of charge at the Museum. If one museum isn't enough for you, head over to the equally as exciting Gallatin History Museum. Once an old jail, this converted museum will take you through the history of Gallatin County.

Want to get out into nature? Custer Gallatin National Forest is in Bozeman's backyard and offers over three thousand acres of forest to explore. Gather your gang for a hike to Storm Castle Peak. While the hike isn't too challenging, the views at the top will take your breath away. The Forest also has entrances to the beautiful Yellowstone National Park, one of which is just an hour's drive outside of Bozeman. As one of the most popular National Parks in the United States, it attracts a lot of visitors, and for good reason. You can watch the famous Old Faithful geyser erupt or go horseback riding to experience the natural beauty the park has to offer.


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RV Campgrounds in Bozeman

Wherever you end up staying, you'll be surrounded by breathtaking views of the mountains. The most convenient option is Bozeman Trail Campground. Located right in town, this campground is the perfect jumping-off point for all of your adventures. Everyone is welcome at Bozeman Trail Campground, including your furry friends. Enjoy the ease of parking your big rig for the week and making use of bikes or public transit to get around town. Kids can monkey around on the playground while parents take in the scenery and wind down for the evening.

An excellent option for those looking to add Yellowstone National Park to their itinerary is Yellowstone Edge RV Park. Located right next to the Yellowstone River, it is a beautiful 45-minute drive into town. Along with full hook-ups and pull-thru sites, this campground offers plenty to do. Each site comes with a picnic table, perfect for enjoying dinner while watching the sunset over the River. Take advantage of the outdoor recreation available and play a volleyball game or challenge your fellow campers to a round of horseshoes. Gather around the nightly campfire and meet some friendly RVers. If you prefer to enjoy the solitude that nature provides, take a walk along the river and keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife.

Located about an hour outside of town and along the Yellowstone River lies Yellowstone RV Park. It's the ideal campsite for RVers looking for basic amenities while feeling like you're spending time off the grid. This riverside RV park offers free WiFi, shower and laundry facilities, full hook-ups, and so much more. Here, you're almost guaranteed to witness wildlife in their natural habitat.


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