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Old 06-26-2014, 03:30 PM   #1
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Buffalo, WY - Campgrounds accommodating Big Rigs

We are traveling I 90 east from Livingston, MT to Buffalo, WY in a 43 foot class A. We have the Big Rigs Best Bets Book which lists Indian Campground and Deer Park. I also found Mountain View Motel and RV Campground online. Has anyone stayed in any of these parks or can you make other recommendations?
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We stayed at Indian, nice campground and overnight spot
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O.K. - thank you for responding. Are you in a big rig?
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If 36 ft is big I am
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rream, I suppose, but not as big as 43'. : ) We're just a bit gun shy since our ordeal last weekend at Gig Harbor RV Park. Leaving out parking space, we got into a bit of a situation. Thankfully it turned out O.K., but it was a bit tense for a bit.


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