Category : Montana

James Kipp Recreation Area Montana

We headed north on highway 87 to 191 from Billings via Roundup to the Upper Missouri River Break National Monument area.   Along the Missouri River on Highway 191 is the James Kipp Recreation Area which has a campground and boat launch.   Campground: James Kipp National Recreation Area Location: Winifred, Montana (further east along the Missouri River) Site: A-5 …

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Billings Montana

  We stopped by Billings for a night to allow us some access to banking and shopping facilities.  There are not many choices for parking a rig overnight even though Cabela’s along I-90 is an option. It was extremely hot and humid and we opted for hookups to allow us to run our A/C. Who knew Montana was so hot …

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Custer Battlefield Museum Garryowen Montana

Garryowen is the site of the 2 day battle in June 1876 between the US Army’s 7th Cavalry and the Cheyenne and Lakota Sioux warriors. Leading the battle at this location on the US Army side was Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer along with Major Reno and Captain Benteen. The Cheyenne and Lakota warriors were being led by Crazy Horse, …

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7th Ranch RV Camp Garryowen Montana

Welcome to Montana and Crow Country! The home of the Crow Indian Reservation and the location of the Little Bighorn Battle of June 1876 often referred to as Custer’s Last Stand.   7th Ranch RV Camp is located just off I-90 on Reno Creek Rd. The RV park is just south of the Custer Battlefield and very close to Reno’s …

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Clark Canyon Reservoir Dillon Montana Beaverhead Campground Site 7

Clark Canyon Reservoir Recreation Area is a great single or multiple night spot and is easy accessible off I-15 in southern Montana.  The recreation area, run by the Bureau of Reclamation, has 9 campgrounds some of which have hookups with fees.  We stayed at the Beaverhead Campground which has about 10 or so sites and is free.   Campground: Beaverhead …

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Montana Lilly pads

  During the past weeks we have experienced a variety of weather patterns. We have had wind, rain, hail, hot weather, high humidity, and enough mosquitoes to last a lifetime. Central Alberta has been getting its share of rain this summer which means the bugs were out. But after we arrived in southern Alberta the weather turned hot and dry …

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Beaverhead Campground - Site 4

This recreation area is managed by the Bureau of Reclamation and is located about 20 miles south of Dillon, Montana. It includes not only a reservoir for rainbow and brown trout fishing but boat launches, picnic areas, and 9 campgrounds. The entrance fee, launch fee, and camping fee is $0. The closest campground to I-15 and directly west of the …

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Written on Jul, 03, 2015 by in , , , | 2 Comments.
Whitefish Mountain Resort - Montana

After we left Glacier National Park we headed back west towards Kalispell so we could spend a few days soaking up the atmosphere in both Kalispell and Whitefish.  There are some great motorcycle rides in the area that we wanted to take advantage of and just explore the region. Kalispell is a fairly large city with a population of approximately …

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Glacier National Park - Two Medicine

Two Medicine is a region of Glacier National Park which is in the southeastern portion of the park. The area has its own park entrance, a campground, two lakes, and a number of hiking trails.  This area used to be one of the most popular areas of the park before the “Going To The Sun” Road was completed in 1932. …

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Glacier National Park - Going To The Sun

The “Going to the Sun” road is the main route through Glacier National Park and the most popular route for tourists. It is an approximately 52-mile road running east and west that tourists can drive in their own personal vehicle or in one of the popular Red Jammer tour cars. There is also a free shuttle allowing tourists various stopping …

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