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Old 06-11-2012, 07:32 PM   #1
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Nv. thru Salt Lake to Wyo. I80 or I84 around SLC

I thought I posted this but evidentially not.. oops

I will be traveling from winnemucca, nv. leave aprox. 8 a.m. to Wyoming on I80. Leaving Sun, July 1st. & am planning to stop overnite only in/around Salt Lake City & continue on Monday to Wyo.

Am not sure weather to go I80 or I84.. it's only 15 or so miles diff. either way. Better road conditions, etc.

I have a 35' 97 Allegro Bay gas, no tow.

Also, want to have easy to get to RV Park either way I go. Any suggestions/opinions greatly apprecited. I've ck'd rvparkreviews and
all the parks are so-so. guess it really doesn't matter.

I84 Poney Express
I 80 Holliday Hills, Coalville, Ut.
any advise... I also posted this on the Parks & campgrounds forum.

The route will prob be my deciding factor.

Tks in advance. Dy

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Old 06-11-2012, 07:46 PM   #2
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If you decide to take I-80, I would recommend the Park City RV Park, 2200 W. Rasmussen Rd, Park City, UT. It is right on I-80 (Exit 145) very easy to get to and depart from in the morning.

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Old 06-11-2012, 08:32 PM   #3
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I suggest you consider this route to avoid SLC and the long pull east of SLC on I-80

1) In Provo/Orem ... 52 east
2) Still in Provo/Orem ... 189 east to Heber City
3) north on 189/40 to I-80 east

There is a hill on 189/40 but not as steep as the one on I-80
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Old 06-11-2012, 08:42 PM   #4
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I've done the Parely's Canyon pull several times on I 80 east towing an Intrepid with a gas Challenger and a Fleetwood Revolution and as long as you take your time the run is really a beautiful run all the way to Wyoming. Go for It.
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