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Old 07-31-2008, 08:34 AM   #1
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Thanks for all the chime-ins on the Black Hills vs. Roosevelt NP. Now, I'm trying to rework our schedule now that we know when our truck will be ready. We'd like to go to Yellowstone, but can probably stay only a week. First, how late can we go without getting into weather-related travel issues? Second, if you had just one week what are must-sees? Third, where would you camp? Thanks again.
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Thanks for all the chime-ins on the Black Hills vs. Roosevelt NP. Now, I'm trying to rework our schedule now that we know when our truck will be ready. We'd like to go to Yellowstone, but can probably stay only a week. First, how late can we go without getting into weather-related travel issues? Second, if you had just one week what are must-sees? Third, where would you camp? Thanks again.
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Old 07-31-2008, 09:35 AM   #3
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I have always camped in the West Yellowstone, Mt area. When I was tent and camper camping I camped where ever was an available site in the park. You can see the park easily in a week. Pick a section of the park and spend a day seeing it. The road thru the park is like a figure 8 see one quarter of that 8 each day and you should be in good shape.
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I always stay at Fishing Bridge CG, for the convenience as much as the full hookups. This is at the SE of the figure 8 main road. One week is adequate to see the major attractions.
For how late in the year? Anytime after mid-August it can snow enough to close the roads. One must stay informed to the weather there.
If you can't get reservations for a week, try for 1 day or as much as they have available.

I have decided on a whim to visit Yellowstone, called and got 1 day(night). Once there, I am first in line next morning to claim a cancellation, of which there are numerous, because there is no penalty for canceling reservations. I may have to move campsites once or twice but staying a week is rather easy without advance planning.
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