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RE: Rapid City SD to West Yellowstone

At least another hour - depending on traffic, animal jams, etc.
kknowlton 06/23/17 09:58pm Roads and Routes
RE: Salt Lake City, Utah

If you don't already have other reservations, this is another vote for the SLC KOA. We've been there a number of times, and it's surprisingly good for a private campground inside a city.
kknowlton 06/23/17 09:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Hagerman RV Park, Hagerman, Idaho http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k240/savage68/campground%20shots/P1110324.jpg
kknowlton 06/21/17 03:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Palisades RV Park, Palisades, Idaho (note this was 1/2 of a back-to-back site pair; would be very tight if the next site had been occupied) http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k240/savage68/campground%20shots/P1110617.jpg
kknowlton 06/21/17 03:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: ~Post your campsite photos here~

Colter Bay RV Park, Grand Teton NP, Wyoming http://i90.photobucket.com/albums/k240/savage68/campground%20shots/P1110504.jpg
kknowlton 06/21/17 03:33pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Young family friendly campground close to SE MI

Another vote for Port Huron. Tons of stuff for kids to do, special family weekends too. We were there for their Halloween weekend some years ago & the Trick or Treat afternoon was a blast!
kknowlton 05/29/17 09:45pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Lincoln City Indiana

Looks a lot like the CG at Indiana Dunes. :) Nice spot, DutchmenSport!
kknowlton 05/29/17 09:38pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wisconsin campgrounds

Love the Wisconsin state parks, BUT they are very popular, and they take reservations up to 11 months in advance, so you may find somewhat slim pickings. If you want to work your way up to the UP, check out Harrington Beach SP, and Point Beach State Forest - the latter is one of our favorites. If you want to stay in Wisconsin & explore the state, our most favorite SP of all is Wyalusing, near the sw corner of the state. Best sites are dry camping in Wisconsin Ridge CG. Others we liked, in no particular order: Willow RIver (near the Twin Cities), Bong (west of Kenosha), Perrot (another Miss. River park), High Cliff (on Lake Winnebago), Kettle Moraine (both north & south units), Council Grounds, Peninsula (one of THE most popular in the state), Potawatomi, and Yellowstone Lake (I couldn't resist). Kohler-Andrae, near Sheboygan, is nice too but is likely to be booked solid. If the SPs are booked up, I'll post another vote for the Rustic Barn CG as well. Nice little place.
kknowlton 05/29/17 09:35pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recommendations Great Basin NP to Rocky Mountain NP

Grand Junction and Montrose CO are both decent options. Not sure you could get there in just one afternoon from Great Basin, but for a Tuesday overnight they could work. KOAs in both towns are nice, with shady spots & at least a little space between you & your neighbor.
kknowlton 05/29/17 09:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Delaware river campgrounds

Another vote for Driftstone. We stayed in one of the aforementioned "blue dot" sites, which had electric & water hookups but not sewer. Loved it - the site was HUGE!! You could get any length of rig in there, and any width too.
kknowlton 05/02/17 09:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Medora Campground?

What state? North Dakota
kknowlton 05/02/17 08:57pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: First trip of the year

You don't look very level? Possibly the campsite is not level, but the trailer is?
kknowlton 04/28/17 03:55pm Tow Vehicles
RE: How many of you tow with a Toyota Tundra?

2007 Tundra CrewMax, no mods other than a bed cover. We towed first a 2005 Starcraft 21SSO (hybrid), then a 34' Flagstaff TT (GVWR 7600 lbs, and when loaded for a trip, we were running about that), then downsized to a 27'Rockwood Mini-Lite TT (GVWR about 6500 lbs, probably not running at full weight when loaded, due to less storage space in the trailer). The truck did fine with all 3, but I will admit the shorter TT is easier to work with - I never feel like the tail is wagging the dog. We've done multiple long trips with both the last 2 trailers (probably put about 28,000 miles on the big one in 6 years' tine). No problems, though we did get the brakes serviced last year, feeling like they weren't quite up to what they had been when the truck was new. Getting the differential serviced this coming week, on the dealer's recommendation. (Truck mileage is about 98,000 right now.) As long as we don't decide to go to a 5th wheel or truck camper in the future, we'll probably buy another Tundra when the time is right. Still loving the one we have.
kknowlton 04/16/17 08:16pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wisconsin Adventure...

Agreed on Chain o' Lakes. It was open in late March in 2011 (when we stayed there for a night.) No water, but the pit toilets were open, and so was the dump station. Electric hookups (30 amp available; possibly 50? haven't been to that CG in 6 years.)
kknowlton 03/24/17 10:28pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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kknowlton 03/24/17 10:23pm Truck Campers
RE: Planning Yellowstone Trip

We camped at Fishing Bridge one year just before or just after Labor Day weekend, and it worked out well. The CG was quite full, and we did have an interesting time getting into our site. However, that's a good time of year to be there. A few of the places in the park close the day after Labor Day, but most places to eat, buy souvenirs, etc. will still be open then.
kknowlton 12/09/16 08:57pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: WA to MD in JAN!!! Help!!

Not sure if this works in all states, but at least in the western ones, each one has a 511 number that gives you road conditions (you can choose which routes to ask about). Wishing you the best of luck. As mentioned, be prepared to hole up for a while due to weather. Also be aware that a lot of campgrounds across the northern tier close for the winter; others will be open but have limited services.
kknowlton 12/02/16 09:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Camp host right or wrong?

If the OP left his tag on the site, then the usurper is to blame as well. When you remove someone else's tag to put yours up, you usually look at the old one - at least we do. If the dates are the same as the one you are coming in on, wouldn't you check?
kknowlton 11/12/16 08:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Our New Adventure

Very nice - both the rig and the location! Enjoy; wishing you many more years of wonderful adventures. It's a great way to see the country!
kknowlton 11/12/16 07:56pm Travel Trailers
RE: Problem with Forest River Water Tank mount

On the other hand, we had a Forest River (Flagstaff) trailer for 6 years, lots of heavy use, no issue whatsoever with the water tank. So far, so good with our current Rockwood (after 3 full seasons of use).
kknowlton 11/08/16 07:30pm Travel Trailers
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