Category : Review

Clark Canyon Reservoir Horse Prairie Campground Montana

We continued our journey south through Montana and continued to see the smokey skies from the British Columbia fires. We were passed by a caravan of fire crews from Nevada and Arizona that must have been further north helping others. Thank you.   Clark canyon Reservoir Recreation Area, which sits just west of I-15 south of Dillon, Montana, has 8 …

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Old US 91 near Cascade. Montana

  Prewett Creek RV Park and Campground is off of I-15 just south of Cascade, Montana.  It actually sits behind the Prewett Creek Inn and Missouri Inn Restaurant and Bar of which neither are part of the campground. Continue driving behind the inn through an opening in the fence and there is a small building on the right for self …

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Writing On The Stone Provincial Park Alberta

We departed Brooks, Alberta in thick, heavy smoke and made our way south to Milk River along the border of Alberta and Montana. The wildfires in British Columbia were still burning out of control and the smoke from the fire continued to blow east into Alberta and beyond. We continued our drive south hoping for clearer skies and cleaner air. …

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Kinbrook Island Provincial Park Brooks Alberta

It was hot and smokey! The wildfires in British Columbia continued to burn and the smoke continued to blow into Alberta. We could not get away from it. We headed south past Brooks to Kinbrook Island Provincial Park which sits along the east side of Lake Newell. The campground is really on an island which you access via a short …

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Those Young Guys

  We spent well over a month in central Alberta and certainly wore out our welcome! But it was a terrific time. We spent lots of quality time with family and friends and enjoyed the farm life.   It was in the summer when British Columbia was under a state of emergency due to the over 500 wildfires burning. For …

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Gravel Road Alberta

  Bashaw is a small farming community in central Alberta where we visit to meet up with friends and family.  There is a small district hall close to Buffalo Lake which is perfect for a long weekend meetup complete with plenty of parking, a hall with restrooms, full kitchen, and plenty of seating indoors in case of rainy weather. We …

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Drumheller Alberta

We departed Elkwater at Cypress Hills in southeastern Alberta and headed to Medicine Hat via Highway 1.   From Medicine Hat we continued on north to Highway 56 and entered the Canadian Badlands of Drumheller!  Welcome to Drumheller!   We were staying at The Hoodoo RV Resort which is a bit east of town and close to the famous Hoodoos …

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Cypress Hills Elkwater Alberta Firerock Campground

  We had a reservation at Ferguson Hill Campground but when we saw the heavily treed site we realized it would be a bear to get into and the road in and out had lots of low hanging branches. No fun. We found a first come first serve site early in the morning and the office transferred our reservation over. …

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Alberta Canada

From one Cypress Hills to another. We left Cypress Hills Centre Block in Saskatchewan and headed to Cypress Hills Elkwater in Alberta. Both are part of the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park (CHIPP) but the Alberta Cypress Hills has the highest point amongst them. More on that in a future post.   Cypress Hills Elkwater has 7 campgrounds and well over …

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Cypress Hills Centre Block Saskatchewan Meadows Campground

We departed Grasslands National Park and made our way to Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, AKA CHIPP.   Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park is an area in southwestern Saskatchewan and southeastern Alberta and has the highest point between Labrador and the Rocky Mountains. It is a unique topography as the pine forest hills jut out in the middle of the prairies at …

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