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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsStagecoach Inn Salmon
Our second-floor room was huge and attractive with brick and wood-paneled walls. It had a good-sized deck overlooking the river that unfortunately had a bee problem. King bed, frig/microwave. A good pool - if a bit cold- with a deep end as well as a large shallow area and a hot tub that we didn't use (it looked a bit grubby). Very poor Wi-Fi. A terrible situation for dogs-- our room was the opposite end of a long hallway from the dog area, which was a grass-and-tree-less lots covered in gravel. The other way out of the building was a steep wire mesh staircase that seemed designed to hurt little paws...and that led to a lawn that was posted "no pets allowed". You couldn't win! A plus was a coin laundry that you had to get a key to access-- you knew that machines would be available.
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... 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 ...
... I'd been driving all day. I wanted to stop. What looked like a turnoff near the summit met all my criteria but it was an official campground and required a fee. I was the only one there. I paid the $15 and settled in for the night. Whew! Finally an end to the longest day's drive of the trip! I really wanted to just cook dinner and rest! The campground, not too far from the end of the road (due to a gate), was gorgeous. A raging river ran right outside my door. Little did I suspect, ...
... and has only 3 propane powered lights. This is quite a step up from his previous cabin which was only 400 square feet! We saw large herds of bison, antelope and large bull elks in rut. We came across several bighorn sheep, and I was able to walk within two hundred yards of them to get some photos. On the way home we stopped by a rustic roadside cafe and had unquestionably the best prime rib steak we have had anywhere. We decided the weather in Glacier was too iffy, so ...
... the hills one minute jagged, steep, soaring the next distant and rolling, and desert and pasture and trees and river. And all the while the road and the ride were sweeping and relaxing with big curves and climbs and descents, ever changing panoramas and constantly beside crystal clear rivers. Despite the intercom, long periods of no talking, no need or desire. We took photos, but they will never do this justice, helmet cam might but it would be a long show! Perhaps one of ...
... Lake Campground. It was of course off the beaten path, and up a dirt hill road. And the best part, it was right on a lake. Score!
We pulled into the campground, and were blown away at how nice it was. It was a little secret tucked away. We decided on campsite number 12, which was on the lake side. We set up camp, and then Gabe headed straight to the water. He was on a mission to fish. ...