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Video: Ennis RV Village, Ennis Montana

July 16, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

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Ennis RV Village is located off US 287, 1 mi. north of Ennis, MT. Ennis is known as the FLY FISHING CAPITAL OF THE WORLD…so many rivers all around and so many fish to catch! The Madison River, one of the most famous of trout streams, flows right through Ennis. This quaint little town, with its shops, restaurants and art galleries is surrounded by 3 beautiful mountain ranges.

It’s been said, “The only stress you’ll encounter here is making decisions on what to do!” Quite true! Ennis RV Village is a perfect base camp for all your adventures. It’s an easy day trip to Virginia City, a National Historic Landmark of 1860′s boomtown buildings on their original sites. Close by is Nevada City, a town-sized open-air museum with over 100 buildings from the gold rush era.

Upon returning from your day trips, you’ll find Ennis RV Village peacefully quiet and you’ll be ready to soak up the beautiful distant mountain views. Recently expanded, this park has over 8 acres and there are walking trails for pets. The sparkling clean restrooms have “never-ending hot showers,” heated by geothermal source. The laundry facility is very comfortable and there’s a large Club House for big or small groups. Sites are beautifully outlined and kept green and grassy…it’s like having ones own little lawn but without the work! Extra-long pull-through sites handle the biggest of rigs. Free Wi-Fi of course and when checking in, you won’t find a friendlier staff anywhere else. The motto for Ennis RV Village sums it up for making this park your base camp. You can “Do it All or Do Nothing!” Oh yes…it’s only 70 miles to the West entrance of Yellowstone National Park! Nuf said!

For more details on this park go to: Ennis RV Village, Ennis Montana.

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