The Broken Arrow Resort

Address: 93 Highway, Gibbonsville, Idaho, 83463, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 93 Highway, Gibbonsville.
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        Travel Blogs from Gibbonsville

        Coolidge, ghost town named for a friend

        A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 31, 2015

        18 photos

        We were driving down south of Butte to Crystal Park to dig for crystals when we passed a sign to "Coolidge Ghost Town". I hadn't heard of it, but decided to pay a visit and drove up the 6 mile dirt road to see what was there.

        Coolidge came later than the other places I had visited, enjoying its peak years 1914-1927. It had electricity and telephone as well as a rail ...

        Day 36 - Sula, MT

        A travel blog entry by mbwatrous on Aug 03, 2015

        ... swim, we chatted with an older couple from Whitefish, near Glacier National Park - since we had been there, we could easily talk with them. Charlie made a delicious vegetable stir-fry with kielbasa that he put over rice for dinner- that and a beer was a satisfying meal. The camp was fairly empty tonight and wonderfully peaceful. A miscellaneous note - the camp has its own radio station, and the music mix was really interesting and ...

        Entry number six

        A travel blog entry by craigsmure on May 10, 2015

        5 photos

        ... it home, so my route from SLC involved some interstates. 15 north out of the big city, the 33 west after Idaho Falls, 28 north for a very long stretch, including an overnight. 28 all the way to Salmon, then the 93 (the road I almost took going south) up to I90 at Missoula. What an incredible drive that 93 is. At the continental divide I went from Idaho back to Montana, at Chief Joseph Pass, 7241 feet. Such a nice road, I really wasn't in 2nd gear all ...

        C'oeur d'arlene

        A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Jul 31, 2012

        8 photos

        I was on my way to Yahk, BC and discovered I did not have my nieces contact information with me so I decided to revise my destination and head for Glacier National Park. Scot and I stayed at Couer d'Arlene in 2011 and rode throughYahk the following day which was why I had planned that route for this year. I am still challenged to get all my contact information ...

        Day 4: Main Salmon - Hancock to Groundhog

        A travel blog entry by angiekayaks on Aug 14, 2011

        14 photos

        ... a stop to see a ranch on the river.

        After breakfast we quickly got changed into our river gear, loaded up our tents, mattresses, sleeping bags and dry clothes while the Canyons guides were breaking down the kitchen and camp.

        We did roll practice in the eddy and in the wave train in front of our beach to get warmed up for the day. Our first rapid was class II Maisie's Rapid which was a fun wave train with a huge wave on ...