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Old 07-28-2017, 12:58 PM   #1
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'Morning, all.

We are planning to travel to Randle Washington tomorrow. We are in Corbett, OR now, and the road in is a real test.

Any advice on getting into the campground in Randle? I know it deep in the mountains, but do you have any insight on the road in?

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I5 north all 4 lane, turn east to Randle 2. lane, turn right at store south 2 lane RV park just a couple. All good road. If you are going south to camp grounds in the forest check the C G for RV size paved forest road for many miles.

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Thanks, Len!

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Can't help much on the roads unless you go back 50+ years ago when I worked for the Forest Service in the summers. Roads from Trout Lake to Randle in those days were very rough took a couple hours to do it. Last time we went through with the TT was about 10 years ago and they were much improved. Great country and interesting things to see.
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Take I-84 West to I-205 North to I-5 North turn east on Hwy 12 to Randle. Hwy 12 is an excellent road. There's not much in Randle. It's a 140-mile drive.
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There are several fair to middling RV parks on Hwy 12.
Last June we stayed in Packwood and was "visited" by a 2 yr old bull Elk.. still in velvet.
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Thanks again for the tips. It was an easy drive. We are at Maple Grove Resort in Randle.

Nice place.

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We had a wonderful 2 week stay at Crown Point RV in Corbett earlier this year. The fire station next door was nice to allow us to park in their lot and decouple our toad.
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