The RV Park doesn’t have some of the amenities other large parks do (showers and laundry) but the location is stunning in the canyon right along the Gallatin River (I caught a nice Rainbow just 20 feet from our site). The owners have added so many little touches that make you feel welcome and the breakfast was amazing. It’s difficult to capture all of the little things in a way that sums them up but we give kudos to Deanne and her husband for creating a unique environment.
The Inn on the Gallatin might look like a Bates-y little row of cabins and RV spots on a stretch of a river in the middle of nowhere, mainly because that's exactly what it is. But the cafe in the faux log cabin lit by the neon vacancy sign pops out some of the best damned breakfast in the state, a mix of comfort food and honest-to-goodness fanciness that's as unexpected as it is delicious.
The classic Benedict is great, but the pancakes are the clear winner here (also, this list is about pancakes!), stacked up old-school buttermilk-style, loaded with blueberries and pecans, or French-style in the form of banana/Nutella crepes. Save room for a fresh-baked cinnamon roll
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