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Old 06-04-2008, 08:57 AM   #1
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Starting in Eugene, OR, we plan to take the Santiam Pass to 20 through Bend to Burns to pick up I-84 in ID and continue to I-80 which we'll take into NB, planning to head south on 83 to the Austin, TX area.

I'd love suggestions about good stopovers on this route since they seem few and far between. We plan to drive about 300 miles a day. Looks like our first stop will have to be in Burns, OR, so next stop looks like near Twin Falls, etc.

Driving in a 40' motorhome, towing a Jeep.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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Starting in Eugene, OR, we plan to take the Santiam Pass to 20 through Bend to Burns to pick up I-84 in ID and continue to I-80 which we'll take into NB, planning to head south on 83 to the Austin, TX area.

I'd love suggestions about good stopovers on this route since they seem few and far between. We plan to drive about 300 miles a day. Looks like our first stop will have to be in Burns, OR, so next stop looks like near Twin Falls, etc.

Driving in a 40' motorhome, towing a Jeep.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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Old 06-04-2008, 11:50 AM   #3
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Janrm1,

Welcome to iRV2.com! Nice to have you here.

Places we have stopped along that track:

<LI>Prospector RV Park - US20
Vale, OR
<LI>High Adventure River Tours RV Park (Passport America) - I-84
Hagerman, ID
<LI>Century RV Park - I-15
Ogden, UT
<LI>RV World CG - I-80
Rawlins, WY
<LI>Cheyenne KOA - I-80
Cheyenne,WY

All of these locations we found just fine for an overnight stop.
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Thanks...looks like those will fit our "timeline" too quite well...Jan
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