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Old 07-30-2014, 08:45 AM   #1
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West Yellowstone area to Coos Bay OR

Will be leaving Red Rock RV Park (Island Park, ID) Aug. 4th for Coos Bay and am looking at taking 20 to 126 then to the coast.

Thoughts? Alternates? CG's along the way?

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do you mean 20 to 26?
if so it is a good 2 lane road all the way .
just did west yellowstone to pdx last month only we used 84 from mountain home to portland. we have traveled so many times on both 20 and 26 across oregon that we take the fastest and easiest the freeway.
nice campground in arco just outside of craters of the moon,boise has several nice rv parks and lots to see .prineville has a very nice city owned rv park
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do you mean 20 to 26?
if so it is a good 2 lane road all the way .
just did west yellowstone to pdx last month only we used 84 from mountain home to portland. we have traveled so many times on both 20 and 26 across oregon that we take the fastest and easiest the freeway.
nice campground in arco just outside of craters of the moon,boise has several nice rv parks and lots to see .prineville has a very nice city owned rv park
Thanks for the reply beav.

Our first overnight after leaving Island Park (now the 6th) will be Arco and Mountain View RV Park. Then it's on to Vale, Burns and Bend.

Will stay on 20 until 126 near Clear Lake on to Eugene.
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