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happy faceRiverview RV Parkhappy face
end of 4th Avenue, SW
Cut Bank, MT 59427
'406.873.4151
August 22, 2016
SPECIAL COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS
O F THE TWO RV GYPSIES

sign: Welcome to Cut Bank sign: Riverview RV Park
Riverview RV Park office

The two RV Gypsies really liked this park, mostly because of the scenery. The scenery was so amazing, as if it was a miniature National Park. Their site was 50 amp, water, and electric. No sewer. No TV (which really disappointed Karen because she wanted to watch American Ninja Warriors.) No rec room, no pool, but the two RV Gypsies do not use those things anyway, and the scenery was amazing. Dirt roads. The Wi-Fi was coded and came in at sites and worked fairly fast. Trains were faintly heard, but no horn.

tent cabin at Riverview RV Park
tent cabin at Riverview RV Park

It was so very windy out that Lee had trouble holding the door open, and once inside the RV, he had trouble closing the door.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies

Below: When the two RV Gypsies first saw the horses up on the hill, they debated if they were real horses because they did not seem to be moving, and even zooming in on the photo, they were not sure. But later on, they noticed the horses were gone, and reappeared the next day, so they must have been real.

horses on the hill horses on the hill
horses on the hill horses on the hill

View of the statue from the park.

statue at Jesus statue

View of the statue from the road down below - taken the next day.

Jesus statue Jesus statue
Jesus statue

More fun and a small hike on the grounds of Riverview RV Park

houses on the hill Lee Duquette at  Riverview RV Park

It had been a very windy ride in the RV to get to this campground, and the wind was still having lots of fun with Karen's hair.

Karen Duquette's hair blowing in the wind Karen Duquette's hair blowing in the wind
Karen Duquette's hair blowing in the wind Karen Duquette's hair blowing in the wind
Lee Duquette at Riverview RV Park in Montana
looking down the cliff from Riverview RV Park looking down the cliff from Riverview RV Park

Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park

Lee said this rock looked like a lion

scenery inside Riverview RV Pasrk lion rock
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park
Lee Duquette Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park

The photo below was a bit washed out, but still nice.

Shadows of the two RV Gypsies

Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park shadows of the two RV Gypsies

Karen saw a pathway down towards the river and said, "Let's Go"

Karen Duquette Lee Duquette
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park miniture cave
Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park

Lee saw a "camel" up on the hill.

 
camel rock Amazing scenery inside Riverview RV Park

Note: Comments made here do not make the campground good or bad in general. They are just the personal observations of the two RV Gypsies on a certain date. The two RV Gypsies are not "campers". But they sure did love the scenery at Riverview RV Park.

 
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