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Old 04-05-2015, 10:38 AM   #1
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Trip in Montana and Wisconsin

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Planning on traveling in our 36ft with tow from Bellingham Wa first to Glacier park in Montana and wondering if you have any favorite RV camping parks and must sees in the area. From there we will travel thru Montana, North Dakota and want to then do a few days of exploring in Wisconsin up near the Apostle Islands Any ideas of RV parks or campsites that you have stayed at in that area that we can stay and then go do some exploring. Must dos in the Apostle Islands??? From there will travel down to the Hayward area for some good fishing RV parks you recommend there?? Thanks for the help

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Old 04-06-2015, 08:58 AM   #2
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You live in a beautiful area--I love visiting Whatcom/Skagit counties!

Glacier NP is in my back yard.

Here's some info I typed up on a previous post.
Glacier Nat'l Park Gateway

If you're headed east, I would highly recommend you drop down to I90 from here. US2 is a nice drive, but it gets really boring through north central Montana, and a LOT of oil-boom related traffic through NE MT and NW ND.

If you drop down to I90, Livingston, MT puts you only an hour away from the north side of Yellowstone NP at Gardiner.

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I assume you will be traveling Hwy 2 most of the way. Beautiful trip. We did it all the way to Minot, N.D. for a Winnebago Caravan a few years back. Dear Park north of Spokane is a nice spot. Park practically right on a golf course. Can give you a list of parks we stayed at if you p.m. me. John?
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Old 04-06-2015, 10:17 PM   #4
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Thanks,that would be great to get the names of parks you stayed at on your way to ND. Appreciate it
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Old 04-06-2015, 11:52 PM   #5
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North of Bayfield, WI is a casino the Red Cliff Nation built next to their old RV campgrounds. I still like the campgrounds. I am not into gambling.

They also have a tent/small RV campground that has “talking sands” on its beach but your rig is too big for that one. I drove up there with my TV years ago. Rub the sand right and it sings, kinda neat.

From that location all local attractions are available. Like a day trip to Madalyn Island or a short drive & hike to the water caves. Or a boat or kayak trip to the caves. If you take the time to travel the reservation back roads there is no telling what critters you will come across. I spent ten minutes following a porcupine before it decided it did not like a diesel truck following it.
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Old 04-07-2015, 12:06 PM   #6
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A favorite of ours along Hwy 2 in Montana is Fort Peck COE. The sites are huge with lawns.
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Old 04-07-2015, 02:25 PM   #7
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When you get to Hayward...

there is a small RV facility, hesitate to call it a park or campground. Water, electric, dump station, long walk to casino. Problem was, rate $25 was too high for what it is. Talked to casino manager, actually he asked me, about the rate. I told him it was too high. Said they were just getting started with it. If he listened, the rate should be better.

Fish water fishing museum in Hayward is interesting...

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