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RE: Yellowstone Trip

I personally love going over the Bighorn Mtn on 14a but agree that for most people it is not a good idea. I don't mind the extreme nature of 14a. I have gone over it in both directions with a variety of vehicle combinations. I have also gone over on 16 and would highly recommend it to most people. You will still be doing some steep and twisted roads. I'd recommend going over the the Bighorn Mountains too. We probably have more moose than anywhere else in the lower 48. There are moose everywhere. A lot of times we will see hundreds of elk too!
WhitehouseLV 02/18/20 07:32pm General RVing Issues
RE: yellowstone to mt rushmore

Hi all, This summer we are traveling the National Park loop from Fl; to Grand Canyon to Yellowstone. Wondering the best route and campgrounds from West entrance Yellowstone to Mt Rushmore? Is Hwy 14 doable for a 30 ft TT? Thanks, Mitlin we live at the base of the Bighorn Mountains. Hwy 14 is very doable for a 30' TT. There are a few switchbacks but the road has quite a few scenic turnouts to take in the view, rest or give the truck a break. Every time and I mean every time we've been up there (when there hasn't been snow) we've seen moose. A lot of times we will also see hundreds of elk. If you decide to take Hwy 14 or 14A be sure to stop by our brick & mortar store (This Joyful Home) in Ranchester and we will show you the locations where we see moose & answer any other questions you might have. my personal suggestion would be to try and spend a night on the mountain. Very friendly boondocking or since your new & traveling I'd probably reserve a night at Sibley Campground (its next to Sibley Lake & some sites have 30 amp). Or Prune Creek Campground. Both are right off the highway and have larger sites to get in & out of. We have seen cow calves and bull moose in both locations. Last summer we were fishing at Sibley Lake when a young bull moose jumped in the lake next to us and splashed around. kids loved watching him play around in the water!
WhitehouseLV 02/18/20 07:12pm Travel Trailers
RE: Hey Everyone! (((( Update ))))

Did you get your own water truck? That’s my cousin, he borrowed it from a friend to water down some land that we cleared out for our Easter trip up the road.:B https://i.imgur.com/vbbk9s6l.jpg ooh a Kubota!!...I want one of those!!!
WhitehouseLV 07/27/19 08:08am Toy Haulers
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