Originally Posted by HSVBamaBob
Check the campsites you will be visiting. a lot of them will NOT allow soft side campers or tents...that was one of the big things that moved us from a pop-up to a TT.
IN fairness, in a roo, you may be able to camp as long as you do not pull out the tent ends.
this is not accurate.
we stayed in Glacier and Yellowstone with our Roo. no problems at all.
soft-sided campers ARE allowed in Glacier and Yellowstone.
Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone is the only major campground there that does not allow soft-sided campers. all the other major ones do. we stayed in Madison and Grant and followed bear policies.
at both Glacier and Yellowstone, the rangers said that food stored in the fridge/freezer was fine.
anything opened that didn't require refrigeration, went in the bear box.
i asked tons of times for people, on numerous RV forums, to post other campgrounds that have a permanent ban on soft-sided campgrounds, like Fishing Bridge does, and have only had a couple of smaller campgrounds mentioned.
there are NOT a lot of campgrounds, for RV's, that have this kinda of ban.
if you "turtle" with your Roo, you can camp at Fishing Bridge.
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