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Old 05-27-2006, 09:27 AM   #1
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We are currently staying in West Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park. This is one great park. The spaces are all gravel with the hookups in the proper place. They are very wide with ample room for even the largest rig. Everything, the park, office, bath houses, laundry are very clean and well maintained. I give it a 10 out of 10.

I must add that the staff (espically Brenda in the office) has been extremely helpfull in suggesting where to eat and things to do. They suggested taking the "Bufflo tours", which we did. The lower loop one day and the upper loop the next day. Both days where extremely informative and we saw alot of things that we would not have know about driving around on our own. Our tour guide was Jay and he knew all the right places to stop and was very good about explaining about what we were seeing.

I would strongly suggest that anyone coming to Yellowstone, stay at Grizzly RV and to take the tours before heading out on their own.

PS. I should have thanked Cruzer for recommending this campground and all the fine places in West Yellowstone.
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We are currently staying in West Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park. This is one great park. The spaces are all gravel with the hookups in the proper place. They are very wide with ample room for even the largest rig. Everything, the park, office, bath houses, laundry are very clean and well maintained. I give it a 10 out of 10.

I must add that the staff (espically Brenda in the office) has been extremely helpfull in suggesting where to eat and things to do. They suggested taking the "Bufflo tours", which we did. The lower loop one day and the upper loop the next day. Both days where extremely informative and we saw alot of things that we would not have know about driving around on our own. Our tour guide was Jay and he knew all the right places to stop and was very good about explaining about what we were seeing.

I would strongly suggest that anyone coming to Yellowstone, stay at Grizzly RV and to take the tours before heading out on their own.

PS. I should have thanked Cruzer for recommending this campground and all the fine places in West Yellowstone.
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Old 05-27-2006, 02:26 PM   #3
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Listen closely about sundown or a little later and hear the wolves howl.
Grizzly is a GREAT place to stay, albeit a bit more than we usually pay. Like the man said, "location, location, location".
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We stayed in Gardiner about a mile from North entrance Arch a few weeks ago on the river for $28 a night...
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I have to second RV-Boy's comments. We just got back from Grizzly on Friday and all I can say is that these owners really did their homework. This is a wonderful place to stay if you want it all. I didn't hear a thing at night, I was too tired, but I was told the same thing.

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