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Old 08-03-2009, 07:22 AM   #1
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Campgrounds in Yellowstone with 40' MH

I see where there a 3 campgrounds within the park that say they have a few spaces that can accomodate a 40'er...anyone have any experience with these parks????
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Take a look at this thread and in particular the link provided in post #8. Very good information.

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Believe you'll find that "Fishing Bridge" is the only one that has any type hook-ups. We had no problem with our 40' however those spaces are limited and all are back in.
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I stayed at site C-77 in Fishing Bridge with my 40 footer in 2008.

You should call the Fishing Bridge Visitor Center (307-242-2450) and they will give you the direct line for the campground. The nice lady there will tell you what sites can fit your rig. The general 1-800 campground reservation number is not too helpful.
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My friends have a 40' and we stayed in it at the Grant and Madison CGs. So..there are spaces. It just depends on availability. I would make a reservation. YNP camping is booming this year.
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