Grandview Campground & RV Park
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... Said I was ok 'til the next place but he said I should visit the battle site. Bikers ? Good guys !The visit was well worth it. very hard to believe that so much took place on that little hill and what we do to each other.
From there just a couple of miles down the road to fill up and decided to get a hotel here. Not too cheap but I was just fed up with the rain.Having a couple of tacos and beer while writing ...
We drove alongside the Yellowstone River, through wide open farmland and rolling hills, until we got to Laurel, just outside of Billings. Laurel has a large rail yard which was full of trains manoeuvring; Christine is not sure how we stayed on the highway, Cliff was so busy watching the trains!
Next we were in the wide open plains of buffalo country, heading to our campsite at Garryowen. We ...
... Americans died (263) and some red markers where the Native American casualties were (between 40-80). It is interesting to note where 'clusters' of men died, especially on Last Stand Hill.
We spent 3 hours at the site, and probably would have stayed a bit longer, but it was closing. So, we came home to a late but quick and excellent supper. Dishes and to bed--no time for a campfire tonight.
Tomorrow will be one of our longest days of driving.
... pits, picnic tables and toilets and the setting was ideal. It was a preview of the next 2 days travel. (Easily done in a half day but why do that?) Along this road we encountered lots of local wildlife, fantastic 360 degree views and easy, relaxed travel. Incredible rock formations, range land, rattlers, antelope and starry skies are but a few of our pleasures. We camped at UHLHorn Trailhead. Many hiking trails throughout the state also have free camping and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrandview Campground & RV Park Hardin
We stayed here a couple of nights while we explored the Big Horn County Museum and Custer Battlefield. Our pull-thru site was level, the power was good, and our Verizon phone and MiFi/Aircard worked well here. We were happy the park was "high and dry", as this entire area had been been closed with flooding the last several days. We would stay here again, if in the area.
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