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Old 03-19-2014, 03:27 AM   #1
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Glacier National Park RV Parks

Has anyone been to the parks on the outskirts of Glacier Nat'l Park? Our rv is 41' and they say they only take rv's to 40'. also no hook ups. etc.
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Old 03-19-2014, 04:39 AM   #2
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We stayed at Glacier Meadows RV Park. It was very nice and the Park Big Red Bus picked up and dropped here.
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North American RV Park in Coram...5 miles from the West Glacier entrance.
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There's also Johnson's of St Mary and a KOA just outside of the east gate
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We stayed in Columbia falls, last year. Very nice park, clean with plenty of room. A great meat market just outside of the gate. About ten miles from the west entrance. Had a great time.

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The RV park in Columbia Falls is one of the nicest places we've ever stayed!

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Ditto on checking out the little meat market just adjacent to the RV park. Primo!
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I would also recommend Columbia Falls RV park. We stayed there last summer. Close enogh to the park, and close to groceries or anything you might need. If going in late July enjoy the huckleberries.
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There's also Johnson's of St Mary and a KOA just outside of the east gate
Not to mention this male grizzly on Bay Drive and Hwy 89. Hey dear, tell little Johnny to take out the trash...
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We stayed at Mountain View RV Park in Columbia Falls on two occasions. We liked being central to Whitefish, Kalispell and exploring the back roads around Hungry Horse Reservoir...and it's not too far from the Park. Full hookups...50amp service.
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North American RV Park in Coram...5 miles from the West Glacier entrance.
Heading up that way in the Fall. Sounds like a good recomendation in the area.
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We have stayed at the KOA just outside the park. It has wide open spaces if you ask for them. Mostly flat, too expensive, nice setup, too expensive, close to the park, too expensive. But it had spaces when we needed one.
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Hi jrs1958,
Tried several and made the KOA at St Mary's the place for me. Location, views, being on the East side is just what I want and need.
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X4 on Columbia Fall RV park, we checked them all out.
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