Woods Bay RV Park & Marina

624 Yenne Point Road, Bigfork, Montana, 59911, United States | Campground

Travel Blogs from Bigfork

Go West Young Man

A travel blog entry by olytrains


... their turn. As we left Havre we began to climb out of the flatlands. Very gradually at first, then as we went past Shelby we gained altitude more quickly. Before we knew it we were going over Marias Pass. At East Glacier we stopped to have a look around the East Glacier Lodge. What a cool place. Of course we spent time in the gift shop before heading out. We picked up a couple of deli sandwiches before leaving town. We found a nice ...

Let us set the stage –

A travel blog entry by gypsytour


... Tour, which would later morph into the "The Artful Odyssey" [ for reasons to be discussed in a future post].

The plan would be to wait until the kids were back in school and we had a chance to see a couple of Carroll College football games. Escaping the northern states before the weather hit would be critical, so no later than the middle of October. And ...

The Crowning Jewel! Indeed!

A travel blog entry by billandteena


... Then reality strikes as you wait to get inside of the park, search for open
campsites, wait for road improvements, board crowed buses and seek sidewalk benches to
enjoy your ice cream. Still most people accept, even enjoy, this as
part of their vacation. They simply look around them, realizing just
what a special place in is that they are in.

We toured the park by helicopter on our
first day here. This ...

Good Day, Good Food, Bad Food, Bad Day

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels


... the quaintness of the Hotel wasn't just skin deep, there was no wifi except in the downstairs bar and there were no tvs so I stayed in bed all day until I braved some food at about 5pm. Fortunately there were no negative repercussions and I hoped that I would be feeling well enough to tackle my last major mountain pass the next day....... and what a smorgasbord of a marathon day that would turn out to be.................

Marching the Highline

A travel blog entry by markdyer


... of feet below. The path went up and down (and up and down) along the track, through still-lying snow, streams, forests and hillside meadows. Now for some reason, we were pushing things more than usual. It was not so much a walk as a rapid march, with spurts of running (yes running). This was in part because rain was threatening and we didn’t want to get soaked, also because it was 12 miles, and I just wanted to get it done. The other reason was that ...


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