From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
In the last entry we were exploring the ghost town of Comet, Mont. While the gravel road up to the town site is suitable for any two wheel drive vehicle, I wouldn’t recommend taking your RV.
Therefore, you will need a campsite to drop your RV while you explore town in your tow vehicle or dinghy.
Fortunately, there is a BLM campground near the same freeway exit to Comet and it’s free. Being the same price as a boondocking site (free) I deemed it an acceptable camp.
Galena Gulch Campground offers nine official campsites along the Boulder River. The campground contains, picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets. Campsites are spacious fairly level graveled spaces with grass and some shade trees.
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