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Old 08-20-2011, 09:07 AM   #1
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Dempster highway

Has anyone traveled the Dempster Hiway by motorhome? If so where did you camp and get fuel, dump, water etc.and how big was your rig?

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Old 09-08-2011, 11:44 AM   #2
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We drove up the Dempster in 2004, the 25th anniversary of the opening of the highway. We left our dingy and drove the motorhome. The road crosses three rivers,free ferries are provided. They put potassium chloride or something on the road to keep dust down, so, instead of dust you have mud, real stickey mud. We got gas in Dawson creek and in Inuvik. We Stayed in an RV Park in Inuvik that had electrical hookups, 20 amp. Other than that we found a nice spot and pulled off for the night. It is an interesting drive, 500 miles of dirt, which used to be all broken sharp shale. Very hard on tires. There was less shale when we went, and no tire trouble. We were there on July 24 and it was 90 degrees.
I'm glad we went.
Bill and Pat plus two Pugs, Harley and Tucker
2005 Seabreeze XL 32' Workhorse chassis
1998 Suzuki Sidekick Sport Toad
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