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Bannack State Park, Dillon

(4.8/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • Such a cool place to spend an hour or two. Like a snapshot in time for the american west. It's amazing how well preserved everything is and you can still walk through the buildings to see things up cl...  more »
  • The ghost towns always are interesting to see. They are photogenic and in this case that is well maintained is a good program. With lots of information in the workplace. Guys loved to tour the houses because it could enter the most.
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  • My wife who is not much interested in ghost towns really enjoyed Bannack. She was interested in exploring the houses and the old hotel. We would go back again, but perhaps in the spring when the weath...  more »
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  • Virginia City, Nevada City, Alder, Bannack, Butte, Helena... Such a historically rich area in the time of the gold rush and Copper Kings.... This WAS the "Wild West"! A well preserved "Ghost Town" with good narrative and brochure.
  • Great simple campground. Enjoyed exploring the town. Dale and Mike were extremely helpful getting us settled in a campsite and tracking us down when a spot opened for the Ghost Walk.
  • I love walking around the old buildings, especially when there aren't many people around. It's so eerie. But I also love Bannack Days when people are dressed up pretending to be the people that lived there - less eerie, but more fun.
  • This was a great stop. We Spent about 2 hours here before we knew it. Charge up your camera! You will need to be ready for all the photos you will be taking. The town is well preserved. Most of the buildings are open and you can poke around in them. The banister in the hotel is in great condition! The old wallpaper made me Giggle. :)
  • I really don't need to extrapolate on this much, but feel the need to set the record. Ready? K. No one is going to hurt you if you camp at the Road Agent Campsite...seriously. One freaking old review on a website saying there's a 'ghostly axe-wielding maniac' has made this wonderful campground (less lthan 1 mile from bannack itself a complete, well, ironically, a total...GHOST TOWN.