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Planning on visiting Missoula for a couple weeks next July. Will be attending a workshop there and looking for a campground nearby with full hookups.


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There is a nice KOA there in town close to things.


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Stayed in Yogi Bears Jelly Stone a few miles west. Nice park.


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Don't mess with the KOA or Jelly Stone. You want to reserve a space at Jim and Mary's. Check the reviews, you will be convinced.

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We have been staying at the KOA there for the last 30+ years, on our trips to and from Alaska. Never had a bad experience at the place.


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A few miles south of town but very nicely situated under cool trees is Lolo square dance CG.


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Carl n Susan wrote:

Don't mess with the KOA or Jelly Stone. You want to reserve a space at Jim and Mary's. Check the reviews, you will be convinced.
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We stayed at Jim and Mary's for a night on our way to Glacier this summer. Nice, quiet and just what we wanted for a stopover. Nice laundry facility too.

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Perhaps this will help? Missoula


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Jim & Mary's on US 93 going towards Kalispell from Missoula is the best place by far; they're friendly and the shade trees are great on a hot day. Stayed there awhile back and there's no comparision with KOA or Jellystone!

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