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Video: Rocky Mountain Hi RV Park + Campground, Kalispell, MT

August 2, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

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Rocky Mountain “HI” RV Park & Campground, Kalispell, MT, is a terrific destination point! Spectacular Glacier Nat’l Park (28 miles away) can be a 3-4 day exploration trip all in itself. But if you have only a day to spare for the “Crown of the Continent,” drive past Lake MacDonald, and across the Going to the Sun Road to St Mary. You’ll return to the Rocky Mountain “HI” RV Park that evening with more than a camera full of awesome photos. Take another day & head South 20 minutes away to 30-mile long Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Got more time? Enjoy mountain hiking among beautiful wildflowers and rocky crags of the Jewel Basin Hiking area (30 min. away).

Rocky Mountain “Hi” RV Park & Campground welcomes tenters, leashed pets, and is dedicated to making your stay enjoyable. There are sites for all tastes. The shade trees are tall enough for big rigs, but tree-free sites are also available. The kids will be in “hog heaven” when they discover the fresh running stream on site to wade in or play and jump off the “Huck Fin” raft tethered out in the middle of the shallow creek. A kids’ Frontier Town is great for stimulating imaginations and there’s a group pavilion for gatherings, reunions, and caravans. Older kids will enjoy the game room. The large laundry room is pleasant — if you can call laundry “pleasant,” but the flower plantings outside are beautiful, so choose a park bench to while away the time. No traffic noise here, no trains, just a quiet night’s sleep under this Big Sky Country of Montana. Visit Rocky Mountain “HI” to see what’s in THEIR back yard!

For more details on this park go to: Rocky Mountain Hi RV Park + Campground

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