7th Ranch RV Camp & Historical Tours
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- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member Reviews7th Ranch RV Camp & Historical Tours Garryowen
Very clean and well organized camping experience. It is a horse and cattle ranch with a RV park inside the ranch. Sits on nice hillside with a good view of the ranch grounds. Courteous reception and everything that I needed was available.
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Yesterday hiked around Devil's Tower, then drove on to the Crow Agency, Montana to visit Little Big Horn. Got to the visitor's center in time to see the video about Little Bighorn, then drove out to the 7th Ranch RV Campground. Campground set in the beautiful Montana countryside.
On to Little Bighorn again today to learn more about Custer' …
Our campground last night backed up to Devils Tower National Monument - the inspiration for Spielberg's Close Encounters. It's amazing to see this massive 867 foot rock structure towering over the surrounding landscape. I have never seen an almost honey-combed 4,5,6 and 7 sided vertical rock formation before. The top from our vantage point below …
... t been through Montana, it is mostly rolling dry grass hills, with the occasional small mountains to skirt around. There are small towns which seem to be oriented toward farming and the train depots, but there is also evidence of significant mining and we did pass a refinery at one point.
The weather is mixed. It was surprisingly cold last night in Deer Lodge. There was ************* the ground, and the bowl we place outside for our sink to drain to was frozen ...
... went outside to hear a Park Ranger recreate the entire battle. He is an Art Professor at Temple College in Texas, and he has come to this NPS site every summer for 25 years. His dramatic re-telling, accompanied by pointing out the exact spots where it happened, was mesmerizing.
The battlefield itself has white stones where Army soldiers fell and red granite stones placed where Indians died. The Indian stones actually name the person ...
... with the old people and got to hear about how Rob's mother had a pet monkey after her father went out one night drinking and came home with the monkey. Apparently it wasn't a well behaved monkey and kept stealing things, Dorene, is that right?) and we spotted some hikers above the falls. Liam immediately took off to go get some of that!!! I lost sight of him for a good bit and then ...