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Wyoming Hwy 287

Is Hwy 287 in Wyoming from Lander to Rawlins an okay route for a 42' coach towing a vehicle?
RicB 12/17/22 12:41pm Roads and Routes
RE: Northwest coast of U.S.

The hidden special places that we enjoyed are the northwest Cascade highway 20. continue to the Baker Lake area north of Concrete a. see the giant trees of the Sentinels. Continued on Highway 20 west, Thru Deception Pass, and the ferry ride to Port Townsend. Then south on 101 and west again to the coast.. then south This way you miss Seattle, Portland, and the I-5 mess. Taking the ferry interests me. Can you tell me more...did you keep coach and toad hooked up, any special instructions for big vehicles, just show up and get in line, etc.? Thanks.
RicB 09/28/22 06:29pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Northwest coast of U.S.

That's a great route. Olympic National Park. Long Beach but the greatest part start with Astoria. Fantastic Maritime Museum and don't miss the Bowpicker across the street and the waterfront trolly. We've stayed at Fort Stevens but 42' sites are limited. Louis and Clarke RV park if you can get a reservation. So many beautiful places to see and stay all down the Oregon coast, stop at every rest stop for the view. CA Redwoods are also a must see. From Eureka down you're inland, not as interesting. At Leggett you cannot take Rt 1 due to your 42' length. See the CA bus and motorhome map. We like Bodega Bay but have to go over and back due to your length. We prefer the 200 wineries in the Dry Creek/Healdsburg area to Napa. Check on 116, 12 into Napa may be windey. I'd go to 37 over and back up to Napa. After Napa then where? After Napa...we make our way back to MI. Haven't decided on a route yet. Driving across Nevada does not look to appealing. May stay inland, head north a bit, then head east.
RicB 09/27/22 06:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Northwest coast of U.S.

Making plans to spend a month (late Aug/Sept) traveling from the far Northwest of Washington state down the coast to the Napa Valley, CA area. Any suggestions on route, what to see, where to stay etc.? Thank you.
RicB 09/27/22 03:48pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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