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Glacier Campground

By |September 24th, 2014|

West Glacier, Montana Website: http://www.glaciercampground.com/ Overview: A wonderful, friendly, campground just outside Glacier National Park’s West Entrance. It is literally a campground in the forest. It is what camping should be! The only downsides are that there are no sewer hookups, only 30 amp sites, and the bathhouses are dated and need some modernization. Having said that we extended our stay here because we love it, perfect location and privacy! Campsites: Fairly level gravel/dirt sites with 30 amp and water. All sites are in the woods with adequate privacy. Each site has a picnic table and fire-pit. Very quiet campground in the middle of the woods! Amenities: Dump station, propane refill station, laundry facility, bathhouses, playground, camp store, restaurant, and recreation room Pet friendly: Yes. Internet:  No public Wi-Fi at sites, but great cell phone signals. Public Wi-Fi is available at main office. Price:  $35/night (electric and water) Rating: 4.5/5

Jim and Mary’s RV Park, Missoula, Montana

By |August 14th, 2014|

Missoula, Montana Website: http://jimandmarys.com/ Overview:  This is a beautiful RV park right outside of Missoula, Montana.  It is well maintained and has amazing flower gardens throughout the park.  The sites are well spaced and most have partial or full shade.  The staff is extremely helpful and friendly. Campsites: Level, gravel sites with full hook-ups (30/50 Amp, water, sewer) with cable TV.  There is a picnic table at each site.  Most sites have partial to full shade.  The sites are well spaced with adequate privacy for a private owned park. Amenities:  Bathhouses, laundry facilities, small store, community room with weekly entertainment, recycling bins, and beautiful gardens throughout.  They also easily allow mail to be delivered for you! Pet friendly: Yes. Internet:  Good quality free Wi-Fi from campground.  All phone services have good signals. Price:  $40/night, $217/week Rating: 4.5/5