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Old 05-03-2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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RV Parks south of Missoula, MT

Headed to Montana from Texas this summer. Looking for feedback on three RV parks south of Missoula. (1) Angler's Roost, Hamilton, (2) Black Rabbit RV Park, Hamilton and (3) Lolo Hot Springs Resort, Lolo Springs. This will be our first RV trip to that area and we plan to stay a month so feedback is greatly appreciated.

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Another choice for a nice RV park in Missoula is:

Jim and Mary's RV Park
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Thanks for the input. We looked at Jim and Mary's but we want to be further south and not that close to Missoula. I'm looking for inputs specific to the original post

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Old 05-03-2013, 04:57 PM   #4
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Stayed at the Black Rabbit about six years ago. It was OK then.
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Here are some reviews that include those parks

http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions.../Hamilton.html

http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/Montana/Lolo.html
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Spent 4th of July at LOLO a few years ago, The Park was not much to right home about, but the area is great.
Take a look with Google Earth. The pool is extra ~$6 a day a person.
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We stayed at the Square Dancer campground just west of Lolo last summer-loved it! Also stayed in Missoula at Jim & Mary's and were not perfectly happy there due to free roaming dog, not on leash, and charged for full hook-up that did not include sewer.
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There are also some great forest campgrounds just south of Lolo, MT.
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