Thursday, June 25, 2009

Langohr Campground, Bozeman,MT


It was a beautiful drive north along 191 from West Yellowstone to Bozeman, Montana. It actually goes through Yellowstone NP for about 20 miles, but the scenery is just as pretty after you leave the park. The road runs along the Gallatin River most of the way, and passes Big Sky. We found this  Gallatin National Forest Campground in Hyalite Canyon, about 12 miles south of Bozeman. No hookups and $13/night.

Many of the sites had reservation tags for the weekend but we managed to get a site along the river for 2 nights.


This is the river behind our site.P6250004 P6250003

Went into Bozeman after we got here yesterday to do a little shopping and pizza eating. Ate dinner at Mackenzie River Pizza Co., right on Main St. in downtown Bozeman. We had a roasted veggie pizza on a whole grain crust (with no cheese, of course), and it was excellent.

Did a little hiking today. These are from the short campground trail.

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Then we drove along Hyalite Canyon Rd, where there are numerous other forest service campgrounds and hiking trails.

This is another beautiful area we would like to come back and spend more time at. P6250012 P6250013



  1. Very nice pictures. Based on this we just reserved a site for late July. Thanks. Ed Colorado Springs

  2. Do you know what camp site number this was?

  3. Unfortunately, I did not write down the number.