Campbell Lodge

Address: 534 3rd Avenue South, Glasgow, Montana, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 534 3rd Avenue South, Glasgow.
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A travel blog entry by josaeliz on Sep 12, 2014

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As we stepped outside the world greatest motel (Crossroads Inn in Shelby, MT) we found our car with a flat tire!!! So we quickly changed it, drove to the nearest repair shop (Mark's Tire) and had it repaired for 20 bucks. Soon we were back on the road to find the Missouri River again in Fort Benton. ...

Day 22 Saco, MT To Glasgow, MT Mile 1,115

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Jul 10, 2014

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... the early start time, soaking up the peaceful sunrise as I easily rolled through the country side. I stopped at the Raiders's Quick Stop in Hinsdale, a town of 212, for a drink. When ...

The long road home

A travel blog entry by jennifericall on Jul 13, 2012

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We woke the kids early (if you can call 8:30 early) and headed straight to the St Mary visitor center - the largest VC in the park. Lots of neat info and of course, wonderful rangers. Then we hopped on the shuttle again and went to the trail head of St Mary Falls. The hike was about 3 miles round trip, and Charlie made sure that there would be no bear attacks or sightings by the ...

The right windy day!

A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 22, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... I had though.

On entering Glasgow there were 2 fascinating sights to behold, which you can see from the pictures. On the edge of town there was a sculpter who displayed his majestic and massive works on the hills outside of his home. As you can see they were all dinosaurs. The fascination is due to this area of Montana being famous for finding significant numbers and large dinosaur skeletons. However, his 30ft works of art were ...

A LIttle Dose of Family

A travel blog entry by normandsharon on May 19, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... a 23-elk hide tipi - being one of three pre-1940’s Assiniboine hide tipis known to still exist. They also claim to have the largest Native American Assiniboine collection on exhibit in the United States. It was beautiful.

One item in the museum that we found to be rather special was a photo of Aunt Pearl and her late husband, Uncle Clayton. Clayton had written a piece to accompany the photo telling the story of his early years - how he ...