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The two RV Gypsies
drove from Wyoming to Montana
and
entered Crow Country
May 22, 2016

As Lee was driving along, Karen photographed some of the roads and hills through the front window of the moving RV. There was very little traffic the whole trip, and mostly 70 mph speed limits, although Lee does not drive the RV over 60 mph.

road and hills in Wyoming road and hills in Wyoming
Montana Welcome Sign sign: Welcome to Crow Country
AWO on the road a lot of horses were seen in fields

A campground out in the middle of nowhere. It was off-season, and only a couple of RVs were in the campground. There seemed to be a big distance to a nearby city or attraction in either direction, so the campground location struck the two RV Gypsies as strange. Of course that campground was not the destination for the two RV Gypsies.

a campground in the middle of nowhere a campground in the middle of nowhere
smile faceBillings Village RV Park
325 South Billings Boulevard
in Billings, Montana 59101
(Yellowstone County)
'406.248.8685
Billings Village RV park sign Billings Village RV park entrance

The office for Billings Village RV Park (a Good Sam Park) was just a short distance from the roadway. The row of mailboxes indicate that there are several permanent RVers at this park.

the RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies mailboxes at Billings Village RV Park

Next to the office, there was a nice house where the owners must live.

house at Billings Village RV Park Billings Village RV Park office and Lee Duquette

Below: The road and new site for the two RV Gypsies. Obviously this is a well-maintained park with PAVED roads. The park map shows 83 sites, a north laundry room and restrooms, plus a south laundry room. The only other amenities listed in the park brochure were showers, playground, guest parking, and a book exchange. All sites were back-in sites. TRAINS blowing horns were heard frequently. There were two sewers per site. One sewer was much bigger, so it must be for full-time residents. Vehicle parking was on the door side of each RV, not in empty RV spaces or on the street or in the grass. Three dumpsters were located within the park. RV Washing was permitted for a charge of $5 for tow and $10 for RV.

The park had free cable TV with lots of TV stations and coded Wi-Fi that worked fast. Most other park rules applied.

road inside Billings Village RV Park the new yard of the two RV Gypsies

Lee did pay to wash the toad -
Obviously it was necessary.

The north laundry room & restroom,
which the two RV Gypsies did not need

a dirty toad North Laundry room
Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures
in Montana
(sites 17-20 on the 2016 USA map)
May 22-31, 2016

You may visit these sites in any order you choose.
There is also a link to Alberta, Canada below.

green bullet travel photos and Billings Village RV Park - (site 17)

green bullet Billings Welcome Center

green bullet Chief Plenty Coups State Park

green bullet Famous Dave's Restaurant

green bullet Pictograph Cave State Park - two pages

green bullet Pompeys Pillar - two pages

green bullet Riverfront Park

green bullet Swords Rimrock Park - Scenic Park

green bullet Yellowstone Kelly

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green bullet Conestoga Campground in White Sulphur Springs (site 18)

green bullet Natural Mineral Hot Springs in White Sulphur Springs

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green bullet RV driving day and snow lingering alongside the road - (site 19)

green bullet Fort Benton, Montana- the birthplace of Montana

green bullet Veteran's Memorial Park

green bullet Upper Missouri River Breaks Interpretive Nat'l Monument

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Places in Great Falls Montana - (site # 20)

green bullet Great Falls, MT: paintings, bridges, statues, Pasta Montana

green bullet The Historical Depot Building

green bullet The Montana Veteran's Memorial

green bullet Lewis & Clark National Historic Interpretive Center - 2 pages

green bullet Giant Springs State Park, springs, waterfall, long & short rivers

green bullet Rainbow, Crooked, & Black Eagle Falls & Sacagawea Overlook

green bullet Gibson Park: statues and a Flower Garden

Look Below for more navigation

continue on to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies AFTER you have seen all of the above sections, please continue on to Alberta, Canada in June, 2016