Wednesday, March 21, 2012


Jim and Mary's RV Park, Missoula Montana

August 26 thru September 1, 2011. Jim and Mary's RV Park, Missoula MT.

On our way to Glacier National Park from Yellowstone we stopped in the City of Missoula. They have just about every major retail outlet and box store as well as a nice historic area of the city down by the Clark Fork River.
We found a beautiful small RV park, Jim and Mary's RV Park.  We really like this park as it very well maintained and the flower gardens are just beautiful. We stayed for a week to unwind a bit from our traveling and sightseeing adventure.

Our site, A-1 across from the office.
The trees around our site were so thick that we weren't able to get a signal from both satellites (110 and 119) for our Dish. However, it wasn't a problem as the park provides cable T.V.
The owners live in the campground and it is very well maintained.

Owner's residence

A beautiful park and close to downtown. We would definitely stay here again if we are in the area.

North American RV Park, Coram Montana

September 2-8, 2011.
We were still traveling with Paul and Paula when we visited Glacier National Park and stayed at North American RV Park. We were assigned two sites H-18 and H-20 next to each other. We initially paid for four (4) days at $30 a day which is the discounted rate with the Good Sam's discount and the off-season rate which began on Sept. 1.  In-season the rate is $39.50 (we later extended our stay!)

Our sites H 18 and 20
The altitude there was just over 3K feet. It's a nice park with gravel roads and pads bordered with grass. Some sites have trees but not ours. Our sites had full hook-ups to include WiFi but not cable. 
Highway noise was noticeable but not bad. In addition, there were trains running through the area on a regular basis. It wasn't a problem for us. 

Obviously, we are here to check out Glacier National Park, so we planned to make the most of it over the next few days!

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