Indian Creek Campground
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIndian Creek Campground Deer Lodge
Stayed here for a week and it was very enjoyable. Clean and remodeled restrooms and shower facilities.
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Got up early this morning and headed off to Deer Lodge, Montana. On the way, we washed the coach, stopped at Camping World in Idaho Falls (we now have a small generator for boondocking), and Walmart in Idaho Falls. Got to the campground in time for dinner.
Not sure what we are going to do tomorrow.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
Your ticket to the Montana Territorial Prison is also good for several other museums in town, including old cars and western history. The old car museum has quite a collection kept in pristine condition starting with an original Ford Model "A" from 1903. It was a nostalgic walk among a number of cars I can remember my family or me owning- Model T coupe, Model A “Woodie” (my ...
... of this alternative route, after our two divide crossings we tackled the 5 mile climb over Rimini Road to Park Lake. Rimini Road was another killer climb, but we felt ethically superior having swapped the highway for a stunning yet testing single dirt and rocky track which led us steeply up switchbacks through a beautifully wooded landscape full of rock outcrops and waterfalls. Our feeling of moral superiority became slightly stretched towards the top as we ...
... we get back to Missoula late night tomorrow. Currently we are on route 12 east headed towards Helena. We will be going through McDonalds pass soon. I don't see any mountains though, just rolling hills. It was cloudy when we left Missoula but it's sunny now. Rosie has already peed on her blanket. What else is ...
... as we did on our last trip here. The major difference is that Chris and Maggie were with us and know something about wildflowers! I've been guessing and calling those that we see, UFOs (Unidentified Flowering Objects) Now I have pictures of nine identified species. They'll be located with the old UFOs in a safe place. Yep, Flickr. If you haven't bookmarked the site yet, let me know via email, and I'll be your guide.
The change ,along the trail, ...