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Old 10-13-2018, 06:42 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by Fanrgs View Post
. Makes me think our $33 nightly rates 15 miles away at Ridgway State Park aren't so bad!
that is pretty good, you don't even want to know what a hotel would of cost us

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Stayed at grizzle for a month last year. The park is large and you can and will drive a lot of miles. We go to see the bears and wolves since we have been there many times. Bring good binoculars, 10x50 good quality, and a good spotting scope if you have it. Also if looking for wildlife the best times are early morning or late after dinner time. Because of the drive we would eat our dinner for lunch and then go into park until dark bringing a light lunch wit us. Saw a tone of bears and wolves this way. Easiest place to see wolves is in Lamar valley around slough creek campground. Enjoy

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Old 10-23-2018, 07:32 PM   #31
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Being a 45' unit your kind of limited to the "out side" the park campgrounds. Yes late May to June 15th is a good time to visit. In 2017 we did a week in the Teton's before Memorial Day, and two weeks inside YS after Memorial Day. Even then, other than the Old Faithful parking lot, the other parking lots fill up fast. So if your outside the park, you will have to add another 30-60 minutes to get to the area of the park you want to visit that day.

While in the Teton, you must see the Bar J Chuckwagon dinner show.

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