RV campgrounds

Montana Part 1

On June 1, 2016 we arrived at Yellowstone’s edge RV park. The park is about 30 minutes from the North entrance to Yellowstone Park. This RV park was by far the nicest we have stayed in. The park was beautiful and the owner’s Chan & Pam Libbey made you feel like family. The park is right along the Yellowstone river.



We visited this really cool resort called Chico Hot Springs Resort & Day Spa.

Pat with a fishing guide floating down the Yellowstone river

Pat with a fishing guide floating down the Yellowstone river

Beautiful sunset pictures looking out from the RV park.

Bryce Canyon, Utah

In May we visited the wondrous Bryce Canyon. We camped in the beautiful Red Canyon campground. There were no hookups and the cost is $15.00 per night.

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We were surrounded by beautiful red rock formations.

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When we first went into the Bryce Canyon national park, we pulled into the visitors center. We went in and received information on the park. These are pictures of the lodge and surrounding cabins.

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Then we walked around on a trail which led us to the canyon overlook. We were not prepared for this awesome sight. It literally took our breath away. The winds along the rim are very strong.

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We spent the rest of the day touring the park and stopping at all the overlook sites.


Sheep Creek


Ponderosa Point



Ponderosa Point



Black Birch Canyon



Sheep Creek



Sheep Creek



Natural Bridge, elevation 8,627

Natural Bridge, elevation 8,627











Millsite State Park, Utah

 In June 2015, we camped at a wonderful state park in Utah
called Millsite. It is certainly a hidden gem. 
Almost all of the other campers were locals from Utah. 
They come back every year so we were really lucky to 
get a spot.
The closet town was Ferron, it is a small town with a quirky vibe.