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Old 01-01-2015, 08:43 PM   #21
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Im planning a yellowstone route as well...

I know the trip will begin in earnest in late June when I hit the mother ship Walmart in Idaho Falls. Looking at a nite or two at Jackson Hole...then possibly on to fishing Bridge or other in-park RV facility...ultimately on to Big Sky for the 4th of July.
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Old 01-02-2015, 02:33 PM   #22
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What a great trip. Sounds like you should be a travel agent. Every one is sure to be jealous.
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We are quite the newbies, and so we have tried to keep the path on this trip to the interstate.

We will be at a campground near Custer, SD and from there we will want to go to Devilís Tower in WY.

Has anyone taken US 16 west out of Custer, SD and then WY 585 north to the intersection with I-90? This looks like a route which will pose no problem for a truck and travel trailer rig, but wondered if I am missing something.

I assume US 14 north from I-90 to Devilís Tower poses no problem for a truck and travel trailer rig Ė looks straightforward.

Thanks!
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Old 05-05-2015, 05:47 PM   #24
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X2 with the suggestions regarding the Allstays, Next Exit, etc as resources while traveling. I'd also suggest using the street views on Google Maps to help with ease of entrance/exits at fuel stops and condition of roads off the interstates. It eases my mind when I have some idea of the layout at a fuel stop or whether or not a state road has a shoulder if there are problems.
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