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Riverside Cabins and RV Park, Ennis, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $28.00
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We loved this park as it was small and low key (only a handful of RV sites) and bordered on a large field with gorgeous views. Rather than feeling like we were staying in an RV parking lot, we felt as though we were camping on the grounds of someones well-kept home (flowers, lounge chairs, picnic area). The park owners couldn't be nicer or more helpful; we felt as though we were visiting friends. It is right in the downtown area of Ennis, next door to a city park, providing walking/biking trails and cafes/shops literally out your front door. Because it back behind the motel, it is off the main road and extremely quiet and peaceful. We thought the Wi-Fi was excellent and consistent. We camped at Riverside Cabins and RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Whitefish RV Park, Whitefish, Montana

Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $39.00
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This park is the closest RV park to the beautiful town of Whitefish. It has lovely shaded sites with patches of grass. As stated before, some of the hookups are not conveniently located (there are quite long/deep sites with sewer hookup clear in the front, but with a little extra sewer hose, etc., this is not a problem and we appreciated the depth of the site as it provides extra room. We have a small 23' trailer and had no problem backing in...the roads are narrow, so I can imagine that a larger rig would require a little extra work. This little extra effort is worth it. The wifi was the absolute best of any park we have stayed in. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. We camped at Whitefish RV Park in a Travel Trailer.

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