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Old 01-07-2016, 08:16 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by John K. View Post
If it works for you, try the Badlands in SD and/or Devil's Tower in WY. The Dinosaur Natl Monument in UT is fabulous, with several campgrounds nearby, but I recently heard it was closed, so check first. Have a great time...
+1 for the Badlands in SD. I consider a must see.

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Old 01-07-2016, 08:46 AM   #22
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Wink out west in 2016

Originally Posted by drewandkarri View Post
We're planning our first big trip with the 31RLDS. Planning about two and a half weeks. So far this is what we have:

Buffalo NY - Custer State Park (taking about 3 days to get there, about 350 miles per day): staying in Game Lodge in Custer for two nights.

Custer to Grand Tetons (taking two days to get there): Need advice on campgrounds in Jackson/GTNP area! Staying two nights.

GTNP to Yellowstone: Four nights at Fishing Village.

Yellowstone to Cody: two nights.

We're sort of at a crossroads on the return trip. One thought is to add in a two night stay at Theodore Roosevelt NP in ND. We've never been or talked to anyone who has been. Would it be worth the side trip? Any ideas on what to see/do on the way back would be appreciated!!
we are going to glacier in july 2016 also grand Tetons and Yellowstone we are staying at colter bay rv park above Jackson hole the rv parks in Jackson hole are too $$$$$$$ we camp in a 2013 34rlts pinnacle

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