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Old 06-05-2019, 09:32 PM   #1
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Breezes able to fit in National + State Parks

We have decided to purchase a new to 3 yr old DP Breeze. Wife is concerned about fitting in the National and State Park sites . She wants to buy as short as possible which would be a Br31 (31’6in)and I want to go longer with a Br32 or Br33 (33’-6in)The BR 28 dosnt work for us.
Would like to hear Breeze owners experiences with being able to fit in or not fit in Park sites. We don’t like parking lot type Rv sites.
Also would like to hear pros and cons of Breezes.
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Old 06-06-2019, 06:05 AM   #2
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Perhaps some of these prior threads will be helpful.
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We full time with an Airstream travel trailer that is 1” shy of 26ft. We tow with a 2015 Ram 2500 crew cab Cummins. The total length is 46-47ft. We toured the West last year visiting 17 NP and monuments, several state parks in Arizona and Oregon and Washington. We camped at all the parks we visited. I can think of about three campgrounds where if we had a 35-39’ motorhome where we couldn’t fit.

We are now waiting for a 2019 Red 37pa (39’). We are confident we can fit in most state parks, and with careful research a lot of the national Parks we have previously visited. It may mean moving to a different campground in the park, e.g. staying in Apgar campground vs Fish Creek campground in Glacier NP.

Having said that in our situation since we are full timers and we live in it 52 weeks of the year we decided not to choose a shorter floorplan just to stay one week of the year in a particular campground we liked in the past. Choose the best floor plan for your needs.

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Breezes able to fit in National + State Parks

It all depends on which park and campground you go to. I have a Breeze 2011 28BR and have just squeaked in a couple times, and only because Tiffin calls it a 28-footer (it's really about 29.5 feet long). You will never actually get measured; the just ask for your model and length. You have to get your rig into the space without overhanging.
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Also, you might want to ask that at the Breeze Owners FaceBook Group page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/8496...?ref=bookmarks
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And, lastly, I reviewed my Breeze in this forum:

Anyone like the Breeze?
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