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Old 03-03-2016, 05:20 PM   #1
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Yellowstone National park - FROG Goshen Jun 29th - Aug 14

I and a friend both are meeting in West Yellowstone June 29th and spending 5 nights there for the 4th of July. (Yes we have Reservations made)
We will be staying in the Grizzly RV Resort in West Yellowstone before we head east to Goshen for the FROG Rally.

So we have July 5th - Aug 14th to make it across.
Some of our ideas are to take in
Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Cody, Bad Lands, Mount Rushmore so far.
Any other stops we shouldn't miss?
Also any great campground you really liked would be helpful.
Not sure if we will take I-94 or I-90 across. Any suggestions?

Thanks Iggy

PS anyone else heading the same way? Come join us for the trip to Goshen Indiana FROG Rally.
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If you leave West Yellowstone and go to Cody, I would go south from there if going to Mount Rushmore. Rt 14 & rt 16 through the Big Horns is pretty rough with an RV, so I'm told. We are making the journey, a few days before you arrive in West Yellowstone, and have decided to take a slightly southernly route to avoid those 2. Those are actually the only 2 routes that Wyoming gives warnings about on their website.
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We plan to take it easy on our trip to Goshen. Rt 14 or Rt 16 maybe what we will take. Slow down a bit and enjoy the scenery.
We will have to see how the road is thru Yellowstone out the east side is like. In most cases we shouldn't have any issues with our motorhomes and toads.


We may even head north and hit I-94 east which is more miles but all interstate highway.
I will check out the Wyoming website about those routes.
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We plan to take it easy on our trip to Goshen. Rt 14 or Rt 16 maybe what we will take. Slow down a bit and enjoy the scenery.
We will have to see how the road is thru Yellowstone out the east side is like. In most cases we shouldn't have any issues with our motorhomes and toads.
I will check out the Wyoming website about those routes.
Mountain Roads, this pretty much did it for me. While I'm not that worried about myself, I am traveling with others who are not as experienced.
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A must see in Cody !
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We will be in New Mexico then up thru Colorado heading to Goshen, planned on running 90 eventually, not sure exactly when but maybe our paths will cross somewhere. Will post more when I know more.
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We will be in New Mexico then up thru Colorado heading to Goshen, planned on running 90 eventually, not sure exactly when but maybe our paths will cross somewhere. Will post more when I know more.
I'm sure we will meet up some where on the trip east with others.
It is neat when you find others in the campground heading the same way.
The one way to know its me is that I have a red Fiat I tow with Arizona plates.
See pictures from our last trip to the Grand Tetons in 2012.
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Iggy, you can not miss us as we pull our Cedar Creek with a Kenworth with a Smart car on the truck, but with any luck the Creek might be replaced with either a Cedar Creek Champagne or a River Stone, fingers crossed!!!!!
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We will be spending a week in Sault Saint Marie at Aune Osboune Campground before going to Goshen. It is a great campground right on the river. We spend time watching the large ships heading to and from the locks. Come join us! Reservations are a must and need to be made as early as possible.


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We will be spending a week in Sault Saint Marie at Aune Osboune Campground before going to Goshen. It is a great campground right on the river. We spend time watching the large ships heading to and from the locks. Come join us! Reservations are a must and need to be made as early as possible.
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That looks like a great location to relax before heading south to Goshen.
I haven't been up in that area. I will have to remember to take our passports just in case we do something like that. Thanks.
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