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Old 03-04-2016, 11:20 PM   #15
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We stayed at Fishing Bridge with our 40-ft class A and towed Jeep in 2013 - the site was tight, but we fit. I'd definitely stay there again in the center of the park. Our Jeep ended up losing the power steering pump our second day in the park. Having the service center right there was a HUGE PLUS- had the parts ordered, delivered and placed in a day and a half. Thankfully we'd brought bikes with us so we tooled around Fishing Bridge and the river. Got awesome shots of sunset there! Since we were 40Ft, we did have to make reservations a year in advance. If you're going in September, plan to have snow.... bring gloves and boots!

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RE: snow, gloves, boots in September...weather is not predictable. We were in Yellowstone 3x in September with gorgeous fall weather. Hopefully, you won't have snow. Gloves, hat and outerwear layers should be just fine for the mornings and evenings. During the days it really warmed up.
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Old 03-05-2016, 12:28 PM   #18
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No snow through Sept this winter, but first week of Oct... Here it came.
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X2 on Grizzly RV Park at the West entrance. Very nice and town is a close walk.
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Old 03-06-2016, 04:43 PM   #20
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I can't recall the name but we stayed at a park west Yellowstone Koa or something like that, few minute drive to the park. Full hookups, plenty of room for 40ft plus RV's (our was 38) and a bear crapped 2 feet from my bed
It was probably Yellowstone/West Entrance KOA (the owners have another KOA there as well). We stayed there last June and loved it.

We took a tour and one of our pick-up stops was Grizzly RV Park. Nice place, but my daughter said it's nice if you want to camp at a golf course. She preferred the more rustic KOA. Beware, both have mosquitoes!
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In Yellowstone they measure the COMBINED length of coach and toad.... We stayed in Bridge Bay inside the park and had a pull-through for our 40 footer and toad.... Was a tight squeeze but we made it...

FYI: if you haven't already made your reservations then you may have a serious problem, especially inside the park...

We stayed at Grizzly RV Resort in West Yellowstone and loved it.... A bit pricy but was worth the extra expense because of its location .... (Close to the West Gate)

We went last summer (our 8th trip to Yellowstone) and decided to stay at Flagg Ranch just outside the South Gate... We used it as our base camp and drove into the park each day.... Really not that far....

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