Comfort Inn Dillon

Address: 450 N. Interchange, Dillon, Montana, 59725, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 450 N. Interchange, Dillon, is near Dillon Visitor Center, Pioneer Mountain Wilderness Area, Pioneer Mountain Scenic Byway, and Beaverhead National Forest.
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    Travel Blogs from Dillon

    Bannack state park

    A travel blog entry by jmgoldman on Jul 01, 2015

    2 comments, 2 photos

    Stealing wifi from the visitor's center but no phone service still so sorry to everyone I told I would call. Staying at Bannack, which is an old ghost town they've turned into a park! Probably no service until Lima on Friday. Hope everyone is doing awesome and thanks if you're reading ...

    A day of rest

    A travel blog entry by jdbrower on Jun 09, 2015

    11 photos

    ... twenty five historic buildings. In the day, it was a booming gold rush town of about 3000 people looking for gold in grasshopper creek and the surrounding hills.

    The buildings range from the Hotel Meade to a couple of merchantiles, and the Methodist church. There was, of course, the saloon and the jail, from which you could see the gallows. There was the doctor's office and home, a schoolhouse which also held the Masonic lodge, and the site of the first ...

    Ghost Town... spooky

    A travel blog entry by frguido on Aug 16, 2014

    22 photos

    ... efficient in radiating heat. Log houses were chinked with plaster or cement, then inside walls covered with a type of wall board or, lacking that, cardboard, newspaper, material of all kinds and wall hangings to keep the wind out. Pioneers were a hardy lot!

    Bannack's existence depended on mining and extracting gold. At the beginning of World War II all non-essential mining, including gold, was prohibited and that was the beginning ...

    Once again on roads we had not traveled before....

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Aug 03, 2014

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... to see a great deal of prosperity which is usually NOT the case it seems on Indian lands. This reservation is home to the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. There were golden fields of grain being harvested with large combines with eight or ten large trucks lined up alongside the fields waiting to be filled by the passing combines. After crossing the Snake River, we once again passed large lava fields in a VERY wide valley.

    Stopping a little below Idaho Falls for fuel we paid ...

    Visiting Glacier National Park

    A travel blog entry by xcountry-mctrip on Sep 16, 2013

    11 photos

    ... the park. I removed all my rain gear and got back on the road. By now the temperature was really rising. The air temp on my bike said 95 degrees and I was getting hot even with all the natural air conditioning.Because of the high temps lots of thunderstorms were starting to pop up and I was dumped on several time. It felt like someone was standing over me dumping buckets of water on my head. During one of the storms I looked to the right and about 200 yards away I saw a huge wall of ...