Planning a trip to wymoning and woundering what time of year is best. will be traveling in 5th wheel and time is no limit. Woundering also about campgrounds along the way. Willbe traveling from so Louisiana and wondering about what would be best way to travel.
we like the late summer, early fall season, from mid August through Sept.
in Yellowstone, nights will be chilly down to frosty in Sept. but days will be cool to mild.
but campgrounds inside the park start closing at mid Sept.
you can stay over in West Yellowstone at one of several rv parks, all pretty good.
Grand Tetons park is wonderful at that time of year.
Gros Ventre campground in the park has water and dump station and is close enough to Jackson for a little town life.
Cody is a great town for visiting. A great museum and a spectacular scenic drive called Chief Joseph..you can do as a day trip.
There is Buffalo Bill state park about 7 miles west of Cody. no elec, but water and dump station.
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If time is no object, I'd recommend spending 8-10 days in Yellowstone & the Tetons combined, or more if you enjoy lots of hiking. Then I'd recommend going on up north to Glacier NP. Seems that park is just a bit far for most folks to get to - including us (many times to Yellowstone, but so far never have been to Glacier.) Just a thought. (Glacier's in Montana, not Wyoming, but by western standards, it's almost in the same neighborhood.)
A very nice campground in Sheridan,WY is Peter D's RV Park off I-90 on Joe Street. We stay there every year on our way to Helena, MT. Run by very nice folks. It has a great dog run area, too. A good place to eat in Sheridan is the Wyoming Rib and Chop House. They have a night time trolley in Sheridan that takes you from the RV park to downtown after Memorial Day.
Cody, WY has an awesome western museum that you can spend hours in called the "Buffalo Bill Historical Center".
Be sure to visit it!!
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