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Old 10-07-2015, 07:25 PM   #1
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Somewhere to park in Missoula

Hi my wife's best friend has just had a transplant and my wife is her caregiver. They will be in MN for the next 4-5 weeks so i am driving out to be with them and i will be driving the winnie. I hope to get in at an rv park that is open til Nov 15th by then we hope to be driving our friend back to Missoula. As it is going to be mid Nov any rv park would be closed and I am looking for any info on somewhere I can park and stay in the winnie. We can't park it at or near our friends house unfortunately. We will have a 2yr old lab with us as well.

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Jim and Mary's RV Park is north off of US 93 (close to the Flying J). They are open all year and they highly recommended (at least by me). Phone is 406-549-4416
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Jim and Mary's RV Park is north off of US 93 (close to the Flying J). They are open all year and they highly recommended (at least by me). Phone is 406-549-4416
I concur we stayed there recently. Nice place. If you can't get in there there is is another one closer to the Flying J...I think its a Jellystone. Either one will meet your needs for a short stay. Just understand the weather can get really cold there in the winter...they had snow recently too.
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Just a note to mention that RV's are not allowed to park at Walmarts in Missoula.
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There is a KOA in Missoula. Don''t know if the park is open all winter or not. A few blocks off of Reserve st. Very close to the big box stores. I don't care for KOA's that much, but it is close to the hospitals in Missoula if needed.
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Thank you everyone for you replies. Things are changing slightly and I don't know now if I will be driving West, Thanks again
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