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Spokane, Washington
Reviewed 21 August 2016

We highly recommend this resort...great food and rustic atmosphere. We arrived on motorcycles and rented three cabins for the night. Cabins were clean and beds were comfortable. For dinner, we ordered the "all you can eat" Mexican dinner. This consisted of many plates of tacos, enchillatas, chips, salsa, rice and beans. The food was homemade and well prepared. We ate...

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Boise, Idaho
Reviewed 28 June 2014

We made a reservation with Josephine's Pizza & RV Park for the "Bunk-House"-we did this by referral. We lost our note-and we lost the contact name and phone number for the Park-we went online to try and find the name and phone number for a place near Gibbonsvile or North Fork Idaho. We called several places and this Broken Arrow...

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Hamilton Montana
Reviewed 15 November 2012

We've been told many times we should stop there for dinner on our way through Gibbonsville. We finally got the chance one day in October. We were asked if we had reservations, which we didn't, but they were able to seat the two of us. The meal was similar to many we've had in Mexican restaurants in Montana and Idaho,...

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Reviewed 25 December 2011

I only wish I could go more often. The ride to get there is beautiful and relaxing and the hospitality you are greeted with makes the distance worth your while.

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Stockton, California
Reviewed 12 July 2010

My Husband and I were passing through on our way to Montana last Fall, we came across the broken arrow during the Blue Grass Festival. Decided to stop and see what it was all about. We immediately fell in love with the warm atmosphere. The owner Rosemarie was down to earth and very accomodating. It is a very family oriented...

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Kansas
Reviewed 20 May 2008

IAmNotTheOne writes: May 19, 2008 A Cabin In The Woods. Sounds romantic, huh? Read on.... I was making a trip to Salmon, Idaho and at someone's suggestion I was told about some very old cabins in Gibbonsville about 30 or so miles from Salmon. I actually found the site on the internet. It stated their season was from May through...

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Address: 93 Highway, Gibbonsville, ID 83463
Region: United States > Idaho > Gibbonsville
Number of rooms: 20
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“Call ahead if you want a cabin. They also have campsites.”
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