Cabin on Rock Creek
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... as it offers 34 campsites with 50 amp electrical service. Most sites are large enough for 40' rigs and the road and all site pads are paved. No dump station is in the campground. Potable water is available but is not plumbed to each site. Come in with empty gray/black holding tanks and a full water tank if staying a while.
Our site is beautiful. We are surrounded by woods and beautiful understory growth. Our back window faces the Lochsa, and the camp is ...
... and without disabilities so they can interact. The coolest part though is the toys that are being put into the park were chosen by kids in the local community and we were lucky enough to meet one of these individuals. He is five years old, has seriveral polsey (spelled wrong I think) and can't walk but was able to tell us all about they features that were going ...
We have discovered that our perfect driving day is about 4 hours long. We may make one quick pit stop along the way but it just seems to be a distance in which everyone stays happy in the truck without grumpiness, tears, or screaming. Aimee can usually keep it together! Everyone happily entertains themselves, screen time isn't needed, and we usually have a pleasant drive. With so many miles to cover there are ...
... were ready. We ate some in the restaurant and packaged up the rest and put them in the cooler for later. Both were superb, but the mushroom pizza was particularly delectable with oh so much mushroom flavor.
We drove through Missoula and on to Lolo and gassed up the car. We mistakingly thought the Hot Springs were in the town of Lolo but, in fact, are a separate town (barely a town) about 25 miles up US-12 (in the direction we ...
... the walls of silver dollars and the kids shopped for there souvenir. That's where Josh got the Memory game about Montana and Yellowstone.
It was after 4:00 MDT by the time we left and drove on to our camp for the night. This time the phone maps took us right to our destination, Beavertail Hill State Park in Clinton, MT
Leah and I fixed ...