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We are in a 36ft Class A with sports car "toad" spending a night or two in Coeure d'Alene and then in Missoula, MT on I 90 heading towards Yellowstone. We welcome suggestions for good RV camps with full hook ups not too far off the interstate with pull throughs and clear over head for our roof mounted King Dome.

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In Missoula, we like Jim & Mary's, but Yogi Bear is nearby and also pretty good. In Coeure d'Alene, we stayed at Blackwell Island because so many recommend it. It was OK and has what you need, I just thought it was more expensive than warranted.


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sparker1 wrote:

In Missoula, we like Jim & Mary's, but Yogi Bear is nearby and also pretty good. In Coeure d'Alene, we stayed at Blackwell Island because so many recommend it. It was OK and has what you need, I just thought it was more expensive than warranted.


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We stayed at Yogi's but Jim & Mary's is just down the street and is a little older park with some trees. Yogi's is open and closer to the freeway.

We too also stayed at Blackwell Island and found it very nice. There is a rv service shop called "Ericksons" very close who offers great service.

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We've stayed at Blackwell Island. It's super convenient for big rigs as most of the sites are drive throughs. I'm sure there are many more scenic campgrounds in the area, but if you're just looking for a place to spend the night this one is great.

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Jim & Marys, you won't be disappointed.

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