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Old 01-09-2014, 08:57 AM   #1
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From the experienced RVers....advice needed for a month long trip in June. Plan are to travel out west for the entire month of June. Wondering which route would be best. Plans are to leave from Arkansas head toward Yellowstone then on to Oregon down the Coastline hwy into Ca. Then on to Albuquerque then back home. Or if doing it in reverse would be better? Wondering about bad weather in early June in the north country ?
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:21 AM   #2
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that is a very ambitious trip to to do in one month. I would want at least six to eight weeks to cover that much of the country.
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:59 AM   #3
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that is a very ambitious trip to to do in one month. I would want at least six to eight weeks to cover that much of the country.
The longest we are planning in one location is 4 or 5 days at Yellowstone the rest of the time will be one or two nights. First time out for more than a long weekend so we shall see. Might be ready to kill each other after a couple weeks
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If you're planning to stay at one of the campgrounds within Yellowstone make your reservations right now.
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If you're planning to stay at one of the campgrounds within Yellowstone make your reservations right now.
Thought I saw that all those campgrounds were first come bases? We have reservation at a campground just outside of the east entrance with full hookups. Understand all those in the park have no hookups ??
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Fishing Bridge has full hookup sites and you have to make reservations there. Fishing Bridge is the only campground within the park that has hookups. Reservations can also be made at Bridge Bay, Canyon, Madison, and the Grant Village campgrounds.
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Fishing Bridge has full hookup sites and you have to make reservations there. Fishing Bridge is the only campground within the park that has hookups. Reservations can also be made at Bridge Bay, Canyon, Madison, and the Grant Village campgrounds.
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Are you staying at Yellowstone Valley Inn by any chance?
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Are you staying at Yellowstone Valley Inn by any chance?
No they were already full...We will be at Green Creek Inn and Campground. It's past Yellowstone Valley about 4 miles I think.
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If you're planning to stay at one of the campgrounds within Yellowstone make your reservations right now.
same thing goes for California.
if you are expecting to camp in California, in June, you better start making reservations!
you'll be lucky to get anything in the California state parks system. coastal sites may already be gone.
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