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Old 07-28-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Larrabee State Park and RVND gps

Should be interesting day - headed Larrabee state park for three days and rvnd 7710 gps says we can't get there! We are either to long, to wide or to high. Reservation email says to use I-5 exit 250.
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OP HERE: And the answer IS! 18,000 pound commercial weight limit on Chuckanut Dr., which is the main road to park from the north or south I5 exits.. By the time we saw sign - there was no turning around. If the weight police had stopped us we might have come very close to 18,000 without driver and passenger. I didn't understand the "commercial" weight limit restriction. We arrived at park with no problem. Have to assume Washington State park personnel knew about weight limit and did not post that info on website.
BTW do not try southern approach to park entrance. Use I-5 exit 250 and come in from the north.
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