Best Tent Camping: Montana
by Jan and Christina Nesset (Menasha Ridge Press)
© 2017 Jan and Christina Nesset/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.
June 8, 2006. Getting There: From Havre, there is no Beaver Creek Rd. When going thru town on Hwy 2 you will go south on 5th St. It will automatically put you on the road you need to be on. This was the most frustrating part, finding the road! The end of the road is the park. It is longer than 7 miles, esp when the office is 1/2 way thru the campground. More like 20 miles. The scenery was beautiful, wish I could have gotten a pass! Be sure to call the information # before driving all the way there, like I did. I arrived at 5:00PM on a Thursday, but it was closed at 3:00PM. I had to turn around and go back to Havre to get a motel room. You have to purchase a pass at the park office. Since I was on my way home to Seattle area, I did not go back the next day, too much out of the way. I headed for Glacier Peak National Park. I stayed at a campground near the summit on Hwy 2 (Devils Creek Campground. Logan Pass was closed. Guess that is all I have to say. Cheryl
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