Today was a travel day to Coram, Montana and North American RV Park about 5 miles outside of Glacier National Park. We are still traveling with Paul and Paula and we all managed to get hitched by 9:30 and on the road just before 10:00 a.m.
Paul and Paula took the lead and it seems their turbo hose issue has been resolved as we climbed some healthy hills.
Later we all agreed that the ride was one of the most beautiful travel routes we have taken.
|Traveling along the east side of Flathead Lake.|
|Imposing mountains in the distance.|
After just a couple of hours we arrived at North American RV Park. We were assigned two sites H-18 and H-20 next to each other. We paid for four (4) days at $30 a day with the Good Sam's discount and the off-season rate which began on Sept. 1. In-season the rate is $39.50.
|Our sites H 18 and 20|
Highway noise is noticeable but not bad. In addition, there seems to be trains running through the area on a regular basis. Again, it's not a problem for us. The temps today were very mild with a high of 70. Tonight there's a "Frost Advisory"!