|I do have a Sept post so hit FORWARD link
our boondocking site in near Augusta, MT at Gibson Dam and will stay
here till after Labor Day. It's that nice. Might just be the best dry
camping site we have ever found. Just before the Home Gulch NF
Campground is an area right on the Sun river wide open for big rigs.
There is water in the Home Gulch campground. The road in the NF is
paved but the 22 mile road from Agusta MT is gravel but nice and
smooth. Like this place so much staying till over Labor Day. The
reservoir level is way down as irrigation is done for the season. But
still good water release for fishing. Terry got a Montana fishing
Lic. Fly ishing is good as he has caught a few 12 - 13 in large
The area in red is open for boondocking and that is
where we are at. Water is in the other FS campgrounds. No trash, have
to carry it out.
Beam me up Scotty... It doesn't get any better htan
Posted about this location at https://freecampsites.net/#!7852&query=sitedetails
spending a few days wandering around Glacier National Park. Found on
(RV Parky App) an RV park in East Glacier Y Lazy R RV park for only $28
a night FHU. Drove around the southern HW 2 to the west entrance and
drove Going to the Sun Highway. Next explored the east side and up into
Canada to Waterton Park. Lots of driving but the views are out of this
world. Are we having fun yet... Yep.
are in northern Montana at the Fresno Res. They call the area the
Hi-Line. Just a few miles from the Canadian border at Havre, MT. Check
out the weather map... The cold spot in the US. Low tonight 47 and
rain. We are sitting tight and as always spending money. This time not
on campground fees (Free) but on the truck. Its exhaust has been
smoking. Took it to the local Chevy dealer and yep need new
injectors.... $4K, So getting that done on Friday. Just spent $1200 on
new brakes. It's only money don't Ya Know. On Monday off to the Glacier
at one of the best boondocking sites we have found. Right on the shores
of Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota. (fifth largest dam in the US) And
did mention it's FREE.