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Old 05-27-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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Travelling from canada in class a to deadwood South Dakota. Anyone have suggestions on best route & best roads to take. Our shortest route is highway 85. Has anyone taken it? & how is the highway?
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Can you be more specific where you will be coming from in Canada?

If you follow US85 through North Dakota you will only be a few miles from Medora (on I-94) ... they have a wonderful show and meal there called "the pitchfork fondue" ... there is an RV park there ...

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Do not know what part of Canada you are coming from into ND? I would NOT take Hwy 85 or Hwy 22 no matter what!! With the oil traffic on these two road they are extremely dangerous all the way thru ND day or night! (I'm not blaming the oil industry just the amount of traffic on the road)They are in poor condition also and have so many tragic accidents on the two roads. I know that there are not many roads going North & South in Western North Dakota but Hwy 83 would be much safer to Bismarck then to SD Hwy 212 & then over or if you are from the East part of the state you can take I-29 down to Watertown SD and then over or to Sioux Falls SD and over. We are on our way back to Dickinson ND (our home town) to see family in July but we will be coming in on I 94 only.
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Travelling from canada in class a to deadwood South Dakota. Anyone have suggestions on best route & best roads to take. Our shortest route is highway 85. Has anyone taken it? & how is the highway?
We r picking someone up in swift current so we thought #85 made sense
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We r picking someone up in swift current so we thought #85 made sense

I see what you are saying, I do not know what MT roads coming down are like for sure. We are coming across MT on Hwy 2 and down Hwy 13 to Glendive to I 94 the to Dickinson, not that this helps you.
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What is campground availability like now in the North Dakota oil country for overnighters?
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What is campground availability like now in the North Dakota oil country for overnighters?
We just called on Monday & were able to get spots at Chris' camp in spearfish & whistler gulch in deadwood. This is for week before sturgis rally.
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