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  • UnoMas
    UnoMas :
    September 22
    We are planning to go from Durango to Moab, I’m concerned about 191 from Monticello to Moab. Allstays shows an 11% grade north of Monticello, but my Mountain Directory app just shows one south of Blanding. The trucker atlas just shows it as a valid route....  more
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      Mike and Gail
      September 22 We drove it last year and the year before in our 38' MH towing. Seemed like a great highway to me.
    • UnoMas
      Bob and Val Davis
      September 22 We ran that route in May of this year. There is an 11% grade, but it is relatively short. We have a 39’ fiver and had no issues. It is a nice drive.
    • UnoMas
      Bill & Connie
      September 22 191 is not that bad we have a 44’ rag axle. But as I recal the road is rough and a slow drive
    • UnoMas
      Jeff and Nadine
      September 22 My husband and I drive this route to Moab quite often, and altho there are some steep grades, it's good road all the way, and we've never had an issue, with our 35' DP Class A with a tow.
    • UnoMas
      DB&GG
      September 23 We were on it about two weeks ago and did well. As others mentioned it has some steep grades but doable. Just enjoy the view and take it easy and slow.
  • LarandSus
    LarandSus :
    September 17
    We are heading South to Redwood National Park in our 39' Class A and towing. The route in the navigator is from I-5 to US199 to US101 at Crescent City and then on down to Trinidad, CA. Any cautions for that route?
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    • LarandSus
      T&BSimpson
      September 17 Just take it slow and easy. Lots of curves and steep grades but we made it without too much anxiety. Be safe! ??
    • LarandSus
      Corvallis Campers
      September 17 Did that trip about two years ago and there was a lot of post winter repair work going on with about 5 alternating one way traffic sections. Repairs should be all complete by now. We stopped for a few days at the Benbow Inn area RV park. Not much north...  more
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        LarandSus
        September 17 I'm not so sure it is complete. The Cal DOT indicates several one-way-at-a-time areas. I'm just not familiar enough to know what areas they are talking about.
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      VickieLynne
      September 18 It's been recommended to me to never go from I5 to 101 in northern California. Steep and curvy. Hide 1 Reply
      • LarandSus
        LarandSus
        September 18 Well, we did it. Turns out it wasn't scary at all and the roads, though narrow, aren't bad. Only one construction area where we had to wait 5 minutes or so.
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      VickieLynne
      September 18 Good to know!!
    • LarandSus
      UnoMas
      September 22 We did that towing our 39’ fifth wheel, it wasn’t that bad. I think you’ll be fine. 
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      • LarandSus
        LarandSus
        September 22 Yes, we did it. (See above) Thanks.
  • Judy&Rick
    Judy&Rick:
    September 14
    Riggs and Lonely fires in Bryce Canyon near Rainbow Point. Road closed from Farview Point to Rainbow. The majority of the park is open. Great weather, mid 70’s and high 30’s in the morning. First picture is from Inspiration Point this morning. Second pic...  more
    • Doug & Terri and 10 others like this.
    • Judy&Rick
      DB&GG
      September 23 We been in Bryce for a few days and we were fortunate enough yesterday (Saturday) that the road was open all the way to Rainbow Point. All of the trails were closed anywhere near the point until further notice. The area of the fire was started by two ligh...  more
  • Kathys outdoor adventures
    Kathys outdoor adventures :
    September 11
    Lightning in the Grand Canyon. Don't let the bad weather keep you way! Crowds were small. Only down fall with the recent fire in the rim from lighting, a few mornings you couldn't see the bottom of the canyon
  • Steve and Donna Gordon
    Steve and Donna Gordon:
    September 9
    We are planning a trip that includes Yellowstone and Saguaro Parks. Where is the best places to park our camper? I hear you have to book far in advance to get close to Yellowstone . Also what are the best highlights of both? Thanks much for your help.
    • Itasca5544 and 3 others like this.
    • Steve and Donna Gordon
      Randal Phillips
      September 9 We recently stayed at Valley View RV Park in Island Park, Idaho about 15 miles from West Yellowstone on HY 20. Couldn’t get a space in West Yellowstone. Decent place. Might want to download App RVParky.
    • Steve and Donna Gordon
      Kathih
      September 9 We left Yellowstone Holiday RV park today. Large grassy sites, concrete patio, excellent bathhouse, on Hebgen Lake.  15 miles to west gate of the park.  Guests are primarily adults since Labor Day weekend.
    • Steve and Donna Gordon
      Bill & Cynthia
      September 9 We camped in July at Bakers Hole senior pass $45. for 3 nights it has electric only, there is water that you can fill your tank. NO dump. We went over to Grizzly RV and dump $10. It's 21/2 miles North of West Yellowstone. We had stay their before
      V...  more
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      Sherlynn & Gary Bailey
      September 17 Following
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        Terry & Diane
        September 17 we were told before our first trip to yellowstone.Don't go before July 1 and out by October.
        So far that has worked for us.we went over Memorial day week, and The Tetons were pretty snow free but we saw snow in Yellowstone that was 3-4 ft deep in pl...  more
    • Steve and Donna Gordon
      Doug & Sue - VT
      September 18 This is a PS to our post about visiting Yellowstone in June or September. We prefer September as it's cooler and dryer. Forgot to mention (as our current trip to Glacier NP is reminding us...) Yellowstone is open in September. However, additional planning...  more
  • Debbie & Jeff Miller
    Debbie & Jeff Miller:
    September 9
    We’re at Schoodic Woods Campground in Acadia National Park.....it’s one of the most beautiful places we have been to. A bucket list place for sure!
    • Debbie Hughes and 9 others like this.
    • Debbie & Jeff Miller
      Robert and Mark
      September 9 Beautiful!  Thanks for the tip about big rigs.  
    • Debbie & Jeff Miller
      You, Me and the RV
      September 9 So beautiful!  I cant wait to see it for myself!
    • Debbie & Jeff Miller
      c&dyaker
      September 9 Height restrictions?
    • Debbie & Jeff Miller
      Micki and Jeff
      September 9 It’s our favorite!  We go every year.
    • Debbie & Jeff Miller
      Steve and Donna Gordon
      September 10 I want to thank everyone that gave me some good ideas.  We will be sitting down this weekend and coming up with a plan.  Sounds like there are lots of great places to camp out.
  • Tina Sumner
    Tina Sumner:
    September 2
    We spent the last several days in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and they were excellent. Be sure to put these parks on your list of things to do. There was so much wildlife in Yellowstone. We saw moose, bison (lots of bison), prong horn de...  more
    • SouthParkSteve and 9 others like this.
    • Tina Sumner
      O'Keefe's
      September 2 What parks did you stay in and what did you think?
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      • Tina Sumner
        Tina Sumner
        September 2 In West Yellowstone we stayed at Buffalo Crossing RV Park.  It was a great location right outside Yellowstone park.  Nice park, easy walking distance to the shops and restaurants.  Right next door is the Bear and Wolf Sanctuary, very cool p...  more
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      Bill & Cynthia
      September 3 Were you able to drive up to Beartooth pass? What a Beautiful drive 10,949 at the top, we able to see MT Goats on the road. I don't recommend MH's, but their is always one. Hide 1 Reply
      • Tina Sumner
        Bruce & Linda (Omnibus)
        September 3 Agreed.  Both the Beartooth Highway and the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway are fabulous.  Definitely not for large RVs, or any vehicle (or driver) that has trouble with grades, curves, or altitude, but so worth the time to drive them.
    • Tina Sumner
      Charles & Jean
      September 4 We were there week before last and enjoyed the parks greatly. We did not see a moose but we did see an eagle. It was a little smoky but still beautiful.
    • Tina Sumner
      You, Me and the RV
      September 7 We cant wait to make it up that way! How crowded was it while you guys were there?
    • Tina Sumner
      Tina Sumner
      September 8 We were there on weekdays and the crowds weren’t bad at all.  It is the end of the summer season too.  We were able to find parking spots at all of the places we stopped but I can see how parking and traffic could be a problem when it is really crowded.
  • Jersey-Exit 41
    Jersey-Exit 41 :
    September 2
    First stop will be Rhode Island. Last state needed to complete RVing in every state. Any suggestions?
    • Gail&Bill and 2 others like this.
    • Jersey-Exit 41
      Dennis Baptiste
      September 3 Fisherman’s Memorial State Park
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      You, Me and the RV
      September 7 Thats awesome!  You should post your map once RI is checked off!
  • Jersey-Exit 41
    Jersey-Exit 41 :
    September 2
    Health issues kept us off the road this summer, but finally we’re off and rolling tomorrow. Yeah!
    • LarandSus and 6 others like this.
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      Hillary
      September 3 Good for you!!! Enjoy yourselves. 
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      You, Me and the RV
      September 7 Awesome! Glad you are doing better
  • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
    Ronald & Marsha Jeane:
    September 2
    We will travel from Shreveport, Louisiana, to Pigeon Forge, TN, the last week of this month for the NQC! Excited to be going back to Tennessee and the beautiful mountains! Anyone headed that way?
    • Doug05 and 2 others like this.
    • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      Benji
      September 2 What's NQC?
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    • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      jetmechoh
      September 2 We’ll be there Sept 24 - 27th :)
    • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      Retro
      September 2 Will be there the first week of October.
    • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      You, Me and the RV
      September 7 We left Pigeon Forge just over a week ago! It was great. Still putting around TN...Nashville followed by Memphis!
    • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      Ronald & Marsha Jeane
      September 8 I’m so glad a good time was had by all!  How’s the weather in Tennessee?  Any referrals for shows and restaurants?  
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      • Ronald & Marsha Jeane
        jetmechoh
        September 8 I would recommend Elvira’s to eat at. Out on Wears Valley Road. A little far out but worth the drive.