North end of town of Seeley Lake, Montana. Walking distance to restaurants and stores.
Please pick up after your pets and yourselves, including all cigarette butts, if you must smoke.
1/2 block off paved road on gravel road. Very easy access.
Same site as the rig.
Please contact us for space available.
Glacier National Park - 121 mi North
Sewer dump station 1/2 mile
I really appreciated the spot because it gave me the perfect place to jump off from! I was able to get the lay of the land and pick the spot that was right for me! It's close into the village. But still really beautiful! I feel so badly for the people in places where there are forest fires. There was plenty to see here in spite of the smoke and the locals were so nice despite the stress they were under.
Travelcat was the perfect host. They made us Australians feel right at home. We enjoyed the shared experiences. The 100 feet walking distance to town was really very central. Pity about the smoke and fires. We look forward to reciprocating when you come to Australia Cheers John and Judy
My husband, dog and I had a wonderful stay here in Seeley Lake. Our hosts welcomed us to stay for two nights and offered both water and electric hookups! They were incredibly friendly and accommodating and fun to chat with about travels and RV-life. Sadly the Rice Ridge wildfire is going strong just outside of town until perhaps October 2017, which makes for a smoky stay, but it really depends on which direction the wind is blowing. There's a great little ice cream and burger spot just behind the house, and a laundromat with hot showers across the street for $1.50! Seeley Lake is just across the street, although it was closed for the fire airplanes to scoop water. We also saw deer mill about the yard in the evenings by our camper, and our hosts have adorable cats :) We would definitely stay here again if our travels bring us back near Missoula!
Travelcat was very accommodating when my family and I were planning what to do and when to come and even graciously handled a last-minute (2 days prior) change to our plans. They were super-nice, with local recommendations and a great spot with electricity. Couldn't have asked for a better experience in their neck of the woods.
We want to thank Travelcat for being our host this week. The site was as described and very level I might add and easy to park in. Travelcat was very prompt with correspondence. I can recommend this host without hesitation. Once again, THANK YOU, Travelcat.
Travelcat was away when we visited, but they graciously allowed us to park on their site. Pity we didn't meet up, but did meet the friendly neighbours, and enjoyed the local icecream place!
Travelcat was nice enough to let us stay at her place even though she was on her own trip! We were greeted by a bunch of deer wandering the streets in town! Very cool. It was a lovely stop on our way to Glacier national park. Thanks so much for letting us stay at your place!
We had a great experience staying with Travelcat. They are a wonderful couple that were extremely accommodating. They are a day drive away from Glacier National Park which we absolutely recommend going to. Jim was even nice enough to try to fix our refrigerator for us, which unfortunately has not been working properly. It was a pleasure getting to know the two of them and touring the area. If we are ever back in the area, we would absolutely visit or stay with them again.
Travelcat's place was wonderful! Near the woods and lake in a peaceful setting. I really enjoyed meeting her and her beautiful kitties. She's such a nice lady! This was my very first Boondocking experience and it was certainly a great way to start!!
I dare you to try and find nicer people on the planet! Cindy and Jim are simply incredible hosts in a great location. Spent the night here on the way to Glacier National Park and had such a wonderful time! There are cute little shops and restaurants just blocks away along with delicious soft-serve ice cream just around the corner. Don't miss an opportunity to meet them should you get their way! Oh, and don't forget the kitties! Thank you Jim and Cindy!