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Old 07-31-2015, 02:10 PM   #11
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Koa west glacier

KOA West Glacier KOA is the best. Level pads, full patios with gas grill and patio furniture. Beautifully landscaped with spectacular mountain views. We were there in June of last year.
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Old 07-31-2015, 04:27 PM   #12
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Thank you JCjeep, will check it out for sure. We plan on being around the Glacier area for a week or so. That KOA sounds nice!
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Old 07-31-2015, 06:11 PM   #13
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Devils Lake area has many nice campgrounds, Grahams Island State Park is very nice, Turtle River State Park is just west of Grand Forks. Lewis and Clark State Park near Williston is nice although somewhat out of your way. All state parks are 1st come 1st serve after Labor Day but probably mostly open as school has started. There are a couple of campgrounds in Minot ND however they have been inundated with workcampers and not always the nicest places to stay, I know Roughrider Campground has not updated their website since before the floods 4 years ago so it is very misleading. Oh and absolutely DO NOT stay at Buffalo Trails KOA in Williston it's a dump.
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Old 07-31-2015, 06:18 PM   #14
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Info on ND State Parks can be found at http://www.parkrec.nd.gov. If you call parks directly they may reserve something after Labor Day but not sure. Sites with water and electricity are $25 a night and $30 if they also have sewer hook up. All parks have dump stations.
Oh and traffic around Williston isn't as bad as it was even just a year ago. When leaving Minot it picks up around Stanley and drops off again in MT just west of Culbertson.
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We passed thru US 2 form Minot to Shelby about six weeks ago. Road was fine but beware the oil boom towns in ND and the campgrounds tight and a little tramped/worn out. Numerous contractors/vendors with work hours. Facilities may be lacking/poor/overused.
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We passed thru US 2 form Minot to Shelby about six weeks ago. Road was fine but beware the oil boom towns in ND and the campgrounds tight and a little tramped/worn out. Numerous contractors/vendors with work hours. Facilities may be lacking/poor/overused.
This is why state parks are a good option. No work campers allowed or only for short-term (3 days max)
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