ENNIS RV VILLAGE – Todayz Montana Travel and Recreation 2011/2012


By Michelle Ochsner

Do it all, or just do nothing! That’s what we say here at Ennis RV Village. Whether you’re here on a peaceful vacation relaxing and enjoying nature, or out to take pleasure in many of the activities of the area. From fly fishing festivals to the annual Ennis Hunters Feed, we oblige all travelers offering accommodations for all recreational vehicles, providing full-service hookups, as well as tent camping. Ennis RV Village features extra-large pull-through sites to handle the biggest RVs, 76 full-service sites with 50 amp electric, fourteen 40’x40’ campsites with water and electric, never-ending hot showers that are heated by a geothermal source, laundry facilities, a convenience store catered to the RV owner, free Wi-Fi, and the friendliest staff you will ever find.

Ennis RV Village is conveniently located off US Highway 287, one mile north of the fly fishing capital of the world, Ennis, Montana.  Surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges and set on over eight acres of private parks and wetlands, travelers can experience an authentic western environment. The Madison River is on the east side of Ennis and is an attraction of its own due to superior fishing and hunting. The area is also known for its rich Wild West history as Virginia City is fourteen miles west of town.  In 1863 this small town rapidly became known for the gold rush and in 1865 was originally Montana’s capital. Also known as the fourteen-mile city, Virginia City was the largest city in the Northwest during the boom years of the 1860s

Travels can expect to enjoy spectacular views, experience the west, and make precious memories that the whole family will appreciate. Explorers and vacationers will be accommodated here at Ennis RV Village. You’re welcome to stop on by and be introduced to owner Steve Kack, who loves meeting all the great people from around the world.

For more information or to book your reservation, go to www.ennisrv.com or call (406) 682-5272. The park is open from the first of April until the middle of November.



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