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Old 10-31-2017, 09:34 AM   #1
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Canyonville Oregon to Klamath California

Hi, Iím in a 45ft Class A towing a Jeep and trying to pick the best way to get to Klamath California after staying a few nights at Seven Feathers in Canyonville Oregon. I see that in California highway 199 is restricted to 40 feet max and I donít want to take a chance on that route. It looks like the best route will be to backtrack just a bit and take Oregon 42 over to Bandon and pick up Highway 101 from there. Is highway 42 going to be good for 45 feet plus tow? Any better suggestions? Staying at Klamath Camper Corral to visit Redwoods National Park if anyone has opinions or information about the area. Thanks!
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Not sure about the length but there is a storm coming in on Thursday with snow in the mountains.
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US199 is not legal for 45' motorhomes:
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Looked it up in my Motor Carriers Atlas.
42 is a truck route.
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I take my 40 footer on 42 all summer long. Has a few sharp corners but we have no problems.
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How about Diesel stations in southern Oregon or Norther California on 101 that we can fit into? Iím not finding any even in Eureka. The closest Iím finding is Ukia, but would feel better if I can find one earlier.
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There are a number of diesel stations in Eureka.
One is on the south end of '101' in Eureka... on the right going south.
'Broadway Gas' good access for a long MH. Used to be a truck stop.

Can see a photo in Google etc...
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Thanks for the tip! Iíll plan on stopping there on our way through. Made our way across Oregon 42 today and it was a very nice drive and no stress at all.
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