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Steve Jermanok’s Active Travels: Cabins at Campgrounds


Summer reservations are already up 8 to 9
percent at campgrounds across America, another strong sign that
travelers are once again striving for affordability. But if you think
those campers are sticking solely to RVs and tents, you’d be wrong. All
across the country, campgrounds are building cabins to accommodate the
growing number of requests. And these aren’t little shacks either. The
six new cabins at West Glacier KOA
in Montana near Glacier National Park feature full bath, kitchen, and
an outdoor deck with barbecue. Many campgrounds also feature nightly
entertainment, like live music. So the next time you need to book a
room, also visit the Go Camping America site to see if there are any interesting alternatives nearby.Visit Active Travels.

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  1. July 15, 2010 at 2:43 pm — Reply

    The West Yellowstone KOA (six miles west of West Yellowstone, Montana) and the Grizzly RV Park on the southwestern edge of West Yellowstone have cabins in addition to campsites. Yellowstone Holiday RV & Campground and the Kirkwood Marina & Campground on the shores of Hebgen Lake also have cabins, as well as a boat ramps and rentals. http://destinationyellowstone.com/sleep/rv-campground/

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