Polson/Flathead Lake KOA – Polson, MT

KOA’s are almost always great campgrounds and this one did not disappoint. The amenities were top notch – of course you pay a bit more. We had full hookups with gravel sites that were fairly level. We had a regular site with grass and a picnic table while Marj and Larry had a premier siteContinue reading “Polson/Flathead Lake KOA – Polson, MT”

Merry Widow Spa and Mine Campground – Basin, Montana

Basin is practically a ghost town but it served us well with the Merry Widow Campground for the night and a decent meal at the Silver Saddle Cafe. There used to be gold and silver mines here in the 1800’s but now it has a cafe and a couple of pizza places. I don’t rememberContinue reading “Merry Widow Spa and Mine Campground – Basin, Montana”

Mountain Meadows RV Park, Hungry Horse, Montana

So you might be asking why we are staying at two different campgrounds in the little town of Hungry Horse – a very fair question.  When we could not get into Canada due to border closure, we had to scramble to fill in the almost 5 week void.  We decided to stay in Glacier forContinue reading “Mountain Meadows RV Park, Hungry Horse, Montana”

Timber Wolf RV Park and Cabins, Hungry Horse, Montana

This RV park is just 6 miles outside the west entrance to Glacier National Park.  It’s in the town of Hungry Horse which got it’s name in 1900.  It seems that two horses, Jerry and Tex wondered away from the logging camp in the dead of winter.  One month later, the two horses were found,Continue reading “Timber Wolf RV Park and Cabins, Hungry Horse, Montana”

Ravenwood RV Resort and Campground, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

This is actually a beautiful campground, featuring a swimming pool, good size level, gravel sites with adequate space in-between, a large dog park and a playground.  There are grass side yards and large yards in the back.  There are several downsides to this campground…..first it is next to a fairly busy highway and you canContinue reading “Ravenwood RV Resort and Campground, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho”

Creekside RV and Campground, New Meadows, ID

Well, there’s not much here…..the campground is small with quite a few permanent sites.  Our pull through site was gravel with grass and partial shade.  The sites were VERY close together – when out, our awning was just a few inches from Marj and Larry’s kitchen window!  No WIFI, minimal cell service and no cableContinue reading “Creekside RV and Campground, New Meadows, ID”

Oregon Trail Campground, Twin Falls, ID

If you enjoy gravel, then this is the campground for you!  The sites were very close together and there was no grass to be found unless you walked to the dog run.  This made for a very dusty experience – coupled with only a few trees, our air conditioners really worked just to keep up.Continue reading “Oregon Trail Campground, Twin Falls, ID”

Yellowstone RV Park at Mack’s Inn, Island Park, ID

This campground offered us a back in, full hook up, gravel site with a slight incline.  There were lots of pine trees with decent space between sites.  We had no WiFI but our cell signal was decent.  On arrival, we were met by a host in a golf cart who escorted us to our site.Continue reading “Yellowstone RV Park at Mack’s Inn, Island Park, ID”

Billings KOA, Billings, Montana

Interestingly, this was the very first KOA in the USA!  It was very nice, offering all the amenities you could ask for, including a good size pool and FREE miniature golf!  The office was good size and had a very large camp store with groceries, clothes and souvenirs.  The sites were gravel but they wereContinue reading “Billings KOA, Billings, Montana”

Medora Campground, Medora, N.D.

This campground had level, shaded, and gravel sites.  The full hook up sites were VERY narrow, so much so, that our sewer hook up was in the neighbor’s yard by their picnic table – YUCK! The WIFI was decent, but there was no over the air TV.  The best thing about this campground was thatContinue reading “Medora Campground, Medora, N.D.”