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Old 02-25-2012, 08:07 PM   #1
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Great Basin National Park

We want visit the park on our way to our summer jobs in Yellowstone NP. The time frame will be early May. Does anyone have advice where to park a 40 footer? In the park; outside? Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-27-2012, 12:08 PM   #2
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I stayed at GB NP about two years ago. It is one of the least developed NPs so your accommodations will be modest. The Upper Wheeler campground is gorgeous but impossible for a class A. The sites are too small, the road narrow and steep.

I believe we stayed at the upper Lehman CG. There were a number of sites that could take a big rig. Here is the site map: http://www.nps.gov/grba/planyourvisi...20Lehman-2.pdf

The lower Lehman seemed even more accommodating of big rigs; however, it was much less scenic and seemed much hotter.

No reservations here. I'd recommend arriving before Friday as it seemed that the weekends really filled up.

There is a dump station with potable water near the main entrance. Don't forget the cave tour. I really enjoyed it.

I also think there is a very rustic RV park in Baker. We fueled there and I was glad we stayed in the NP.

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