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Well preserved, but not embellished. Volunteers were very knowledgeable and friendly. Beautiful... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2015
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Ghosts of Gold

From Bigfork we take 83 South which after passing Swan lake is quite dull, even though it’s... read more

Reviewed September 1, 2013
Oliver S
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New York City, New York
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Aug 19, 2015
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Sep 1, 2013
“Ghosts of Gold”
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Well preserved, but not embellished. Volunteers were very knowledgeable and friendly. Beautiful surroundings and drive. The entire family really enjoyed. The road in from Highway 200 was very well maintained as well.
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From Bigfork we take 83 South which after passing Swan lake is quite dull, even though it’s supposed to be scenic. The road is surrounded by tall evergreens and all you have to do is watch for deer that might jump in front of your car. Finally we reach Lake Seely, very pretty,
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Way off the beaten path, but that is why it is a ghost town not a shopping mall. We went after hours and the vistors' center was closed but the buildings were still open and housed items like shoes, beds, and suitcases. The town has not been refurbished--it has the look of the
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We made this a stop on our road trip to the west coast. This is the first ghost town I've ever been to. It's difficult to get to, but I thought it was worth the trip. It's great for photo ops; has some quick history facts that I did learn a few new things from, but other than
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A little off the beaten track, (half a mile from the town) but well signposted, this is a genuine mining ghost town. Too many have been re-constructed, but this one was the remains of a once busy little mining town. Pictures of it in its hey day contrast with what remains.
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