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Old 01-14-2019, 02:49 AM   #1
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Edmonton and Regina gas stations

Iím bring a 33í travel trailer from Wisconsin to Alaska in April. I was planing on using the bypasses around Regina and Edmonton but can not find gas stations that are are easy to get into and out of. Any ideas?
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Can't tell you specifically about Regina but I'm sure you'll find most stations can handle your rig. If you are a member, Costco stations always have enough room for our 35' + toad and the cheapest and freshest gas. But most Costcos do not sell diesel so be aware. If you don't mind paying more, there is a Flying J just east of the Hwy 16/ Edmonton ring road (Anthony Henday - Hwy 216) that has lots of room. Gas Buddy is your friend for prices. Also, since you are probably going up Hwy 43 to Dawson Creek and Mile 0, fuel up in Grande Prairie. Last cheap gas before Tok, Alaska. And in April be prepared for any weather - sun, rain, snow. Maybe all on the same day! Safe travels!
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Just west of Edmonton there are a couple easy ones to get in and out of as well at hwy 60. A Husky and Petrocan both are truck stops. Can't help with Regina either, been to long since I've gone that way.
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Can't tell you specifically about Regina but I'm sure you'll find most stations can handle your rig. If you are a member, Costco stations always have enough room for our 35' + toad and the cheapest and freshest gas. But most Costcos do not sell diesel so be aware. If you don't mind paying more, there is a Flying J just east of the Hwy 16/ Edmonton ring road (Anthony Henday - Hwy 216) that has lots of room. Gas Buddy is your friend for prices. Also, since you are probably going up Hwy 43 to Dawson Creek and Mile 0, fuel up in Grande Prairie. Last cheap gas before Tok, Alaska. And in April be prepared for any weather - sun, rain, snow. Maybe all on the same day! Safe travels!


Thank you. Iíve lived in Alaska for almost 40 years. Iíve been up and down the highway 4 or 5 times but in a car or truck and never had to pay attention to getting in and out of these bigger cities and tight gas pumps. Flown it in our small plane a few times and the gas was always easy to get to too. Thanks for your help.
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Just west of Edmonton there are a couple easy ones to get in and out of as well at hwy 60. A Husky and Petrocan both are truck stops. Can't help with Regina either, been to long since I've gone that way.


Thank you. I try to find it on google earth.
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See if this works

https://www.google.ca/maps/@53.56602.../data=!3m1!1e3

The Petrocan is in with the A&W, I go to the Husky with my class A and a trailer or Jeep behind it and have no issues getting in and out. Pretty sure the Petrocan as well.
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the Costco on the east side of saskatoon, sask. has diesel and gas I have stopped class A pulling a toad . there is also lots of coop card locks on the way that have gas and diesel
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