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RE: Lander city park, Lander WY

About 5 years back we met our Nephew at lander on the way to the Tetons. He arrived the day before us and stayed at Lander City park in a tent. We stayed at Sleeping Bear RV Park in our Class C. I used Google maps satellite view to get a look at the city park, which you could also do. I copy/pasted the recent comments about the park from Google Maps below for your information. Also FYI, the short drive from Lander to Sinks Canyon State Park is worth doing while in the area. ......... "Lots of Parking, room for camping, big playground, and lots of open space" "Awesome shade and great facilities if you need a place to cater or BBQ." "The Lions Gazebo is complete with multiple grills and area for serving food." Reviews Rebecca Gypsysol Local Guide ยท 23 reviews a week ago New A great place to spend a night or two. Plenty of parking for almost any size RV or bus, public toilets, and water fountains where you can fill jugs for water. It was peaceful and pleasant. Would definitely stop here again. Mark M 268 reviews 2 weeks ago New Sweet park, waterway and open camping. Tents all over the grass. Bathrooms clean. Highly recommend Carmen Campa 18 reviews 2 weeks ago New Great park and city to visit. Free overnight for tent and rv camping right next to the river. Even was able to see a baseball game. Best well kept lawns if you were interested in walking around the city.
CloudDriver 08/27/21 11:01am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Driving to Alpine, WY

Also agree with using route 89 through the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway up to Alpine. We have used that route several times on the way to the Tetons. At the beginning of the descent to Garden City there is a rest area on the right with an overlook of Bear lake, which is an amazing shade of blue on a sunny day.
CloudDriver 06/24/21 03:56pm Roads and Routes
RE: SLC-Teton-Yellowstone-SLC Trip Advice

A couple of thoughts for your consideration. We like to drive route 89 when going from SLC to Grand Teton NP. Between Logan and Garden City 89 is the Logan Canyon Scenic Byway. After Garden City we stay on 89 all the way up to Jackson. It's a beautiful drive with one 6% down grade just before Garden City. Use lower gears with the RV going down to save the brakes. If you decide to use I15 up to Idaho Falls, take route 26 to Alpine then 89 up to Jackson. Do not use route 22 from Victor over the Teton Pass to Jackson. 10% grade, not recommended for a first time RV'er. Gros Ventre is our favorite campground for the Tetons. When driving Gros Ventre road between 89 and the campground, keep your eyes open for Moose grazing along the river. We have had snow showers as late as mid-June on several past trips to the Tetons and Yellowstone. Bring some warm clothes so you can layer up.
CloudDriver 04/22/21 08:01pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Hwy 36 across Kansas

We have used Prairie Dog State Park as an overnight when crossing Kansas on route 36. Nice campground on a lake with a Prairie Dog town and wild Turkeys. We were there in May.
CloudDriver 03/21/21 11:33am Roads and Routes
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