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Old 08-02-2012, 12:01 AM   #1
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Where is a great , spacious, secluded campground near Glacier National park that has Hook - ups?
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Old 08-02-2012, 06:22 AM   #2
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I don't know if you'll find a campground that is 'spacious' and 'secluded'!

We stayed at the St. Mary/East Glacier KOA. Plenty of room for our rig and it is on the 'quiet' side of the park.
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i dunno..

but montana rocks, pure and simple
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Old 08-03-2012, 12:14 PM   #4
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We found a great spot 2.5 mi west of Lolo MT. The Square dance club. Great trees, sites not too close together & nice walking path.
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Old 08-03-2012, 06:43 PM   #5
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i'll have two of what ever your drinking.
what you are looking for and one of the most visited national parks just don't happen unless you are planning a visit in january.
there is rocky mtn high rv park in kalispel that we enjoyed a couple of years ago.
this a great area enjoy
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Old 08-03-2012, 10:58 PM   #6
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in Browning on the West end of town behind the Casino and Rodeo Arena. Full Hook ups as I recall 50 amps
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North American RV Park & Yurt Village, has anyone tried this campground, Passport or the Passport in Columbia Falls, we are planning a trip this fall to Glacier,


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Where is a great , spacious, secluded campground near Glacier National park that has Hook - ups?
We stayed at the West Glacier KOA last month. Qualifies for all your adjectives. Not sure if you'll find a vacancy at this time of year though. Everything was probably booked up months ago.
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Ditto on St Mary KOA near East entrance to the park. Nice campgrnd,full hookups..near several nice eateries
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On the west side of Glacier above C.G called (oddly enough) Glacier Campground. It is in the woods and the sites are pretty secluded in that there are trees everywhere, even between the sites. No sewer and as I recall, we only had 30 amp service and water. That said, it was so cool at night we needed blanket in August. They billed themselves as "the closest campground to the west gate". There was a restaurant called Cajun Mary's - I believe I recall that correctly. Not a bad place to stay as you will be out touring most of the time anyway.
We did have a problem bear that kept bothering people. They set out a trap for him, baited with a road kill deer quarter and dog food. Right behind our site!
This was overt ten years ago so there is no telling what things have changed since then, but we really liked the area.
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We stayed at St Marys KOA last year and were quite happy with it.

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