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Old 10-30-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
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CG near Yellowstone

Need some help finding a CG near Yellowstone
I just bought a 43 ft DS Newmar and found that it will not fit any site in Yellowstone so I am scrambling to find a CG from Aug 31 to Sept 5
Any suggestions

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Originally Posted by Golferdave78 View Post
Need some help finding a CG near Yellowstone
I just bought a 43 ft DS Newmar and found that it will not fit any site in Yellowstone so I am scrambling to find a CG from Aug 31 to Sept 5
Any suggestions
We have a 43 DS also and stayed at Grizzly in West Yellowstone this past August. Very clean park, just a block or so from the shopping area of town. Park entrance is about 1/4 mile from the cg.

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Grizzly is nice..
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X3 on Grizzly.

Headwaters at the south entrance is nice if you like full hook ups in the woods. It's close to Teton NP.
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Grizzley is excellent, especially if you plan on spending a week or so. It's within walking distance to the town of West Yellowstone. There is a bear an wolf rehab/display also within walking distance. It is about a mile to the park entrance.
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Mammoth Hot Springs campground has sites for rigs up to 75'. Other campgrounds offer a few first come first serve long sites too.

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X4 on Grizzly, no better place to stay for a full hookup
motorhome campground. Yellowstone is a great park, ten days
is not enough to see and do everything, but whatever
time you have, you will enjoy it.

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Old 10-30-2015, 08:21 PM   #8
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Totally agree with Grizzly RV park recommendations. You should see a lot of bears that time of year, as they are munching on everything in sight, trying to pack on as much fat as possible to get them through the winter.
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We had just stayed in Henry's Lake State Park during our time there. It is 14 miles west of West Yellowstone. It has large sites, most with good lake views.
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We stayed a couple of days on both sides of Yellowstone. Grizzly was very nice, well run and clean. Then we stayed at Buffalo Bill State Park and visited Cody. Both were excellent but we really enjoyed Buffalo Bill - roomy, fairly inexpensive and very clean.
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Grizzly! We stayed 6 nights the last week of this past August. Very well run and is perfect for a rig your size. We have a 38' class A and had a great spot. Close enough to walk to town, etc; loved it that time of year. Saw more wildlife that I have in my entire life! Bears were becoming very active when we went over to Grand Tetons.

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Unless you are spending a lot of time at the RV, there is an alternative to Grizzly in West Yellowstone...see:

Buffalo Crossing is a VERY new, Clean, and Quiet campground with many large pull-through spots.
Right behind the IMAX theater and next to the Bear and Wolf Sanctuary...eastern edge of the campground IS the west park boundary.

Grizzly was full so we were able to slip-in at Buffalo Crossing...which had only 3 other guests the whole time we were there and we saved some dough too.

It is not wooded, but has many full hook-up spots and is just yards from the west park gate and is within the township of West Yellowstone for your dining and shopping needs...rental comes with discounted tickets to the IMAX theater and discounts at the gift shop there (the manager oversees the theater and the campground).

Everyday-All day, we were inside Yellowstone, so we did not care that much about the scenic features of the RV park...but it wasn't bad by any means
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