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Split it 5 YNP 2 GTNP or 4/3. Yellowstone is really big and you can spend all the time you want to there. The Tetons are great also but just not as many roads. You certainly need to hit all must see stuff, Old Faithful area, Canyon area, Hayden Valley, Lamar Valley, Mammoth Hot Springs, Norris Geyse...
Thanks Yellvet, I guess I didn't make it too clear. I always do find a campsite as soon as I get in the area I'm exploring. I agree, it would be nerve wrecking to wait very late with no place to hang my hat.
Thanks Yellvet. from what I am hearing it doesn't sound like its worth the hassle unless a camper is going to spend a lot of days in the CG. I cant see that happening. I will probably check it out but certainly not count on it. Most of my trips to YP I usually camp wherever I end up for the day to c...
It does. Over the years I have lined up at many campgrounds before the gates opened to secure a site. Is that the way SC will be on opening day? If so what time should I be there to line up?
- Thu Sep 21, 2017 4:56 pm
- Forum: Yellowstone Insider
- Topic: How early is too early?
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Thanks Yellvet, These are good recommendations. Bad preparation can turn a minor inconvenience into a costly waste of time and money. I will be in four wheel drive which helps some. I'm going to do a southern route from Ga and catch some Utah parks on the way so I will have to keep an eye on the wea...