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Old 01-30-2015, 08:54 PM   #1
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Traveling to Glacier/Yellowstone NPs

Hi All, happy new year.
This September we are going to be traveling from Minnesota to Roosevelt Nat'l Park, then on to Glacier and Banff, then down to Yellowstone.
We are planning to stay in the Shelby, Cut Bank area north of Great Falls for a week or so. Anyone have a good choice for a campground in that area?

We intend to leave the TT in the US when we head up to Banff for a few days. Once we return we will drop down to the west entrance to Yellowstone. Was wondering about a camping spot there as well.
We have not been in this area for 20 years and thought this would be a great place to celebrate our 40th anniversary.
Any recommendations would be appreciated.
Travel safe this summer and enjoy the outdoors. !!

Bruce and Lynn
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Old 01-30-2015, 09:06 PM   #2
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Definitely sign-up for the Red Bus tour on Going To The Sun Road at Glacier. Even if you have a car that meets the size restrictions the driver will miss 90% of the sights.

We visited there in Sept '14 and camped on East side at KOA. The bus will pick you up and drop you off at campground. Great view and we rated this campground a 10.
Stayed in our Class-C motorhome.

Warning on Yellowstone. If you plan on staying at Fishing bridge campground DO NOT believe the reservation people when they tell you there is lots of space and you don't need a reservation. The campground has small spaces and is $$$$ but if you need the location you don't have much choice. Just be sure to have reservations FIRST.
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