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Old 07-15-2018, 06:21 PM   #1
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Boise Id to Northeast Ohio

I will be leaving Boise ID on 8-15 or 16th and need to be home by mid September. Whole trip since left home will be 2 1/2 months.

There are several routes home, there is I-80, I-70 and a lot to see on the way.

My wife believes 80 home maybe best. Any suggestions of places to stop,,campgrounds with hook ups. Never been to Craters of the Moon NM, Casper and Cheyenne Wy, Laramie , Wy. Been to Moab several times. What is there to see on I-80 Nebraska?

We prefer to drive no more than 250 miles in one day, stop and spend a day or two or more if needed.

Open to any suggestions , places to see and stop, campgrounds , attractions.
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Old 07-15-2018, 09:54 PM   #2
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Can't tell you about campgrounds but if you stay on I=80 you will have a lot more services available. Fuel, campgrounds and sights.

I-90 takes you further up north which will be cooler but not much to see after you leave SW corner of S Dakota.

I think I70 is a boring drive also.

So I-80 is my pick
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You have a month of travel. I'd recommend doing a lot more in Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado before you get to the Plains states. Then make a beeline for home. Your last month is a perfect time for those states with a little less crowds due to school starting. The weather will be very nice, also.
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