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    Default RV Friendly Campground Recomendations

    Okay all my Kiene's Brethren- Here is you chance to share your favorite RV campgrounds in Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. Preferably with some options for fishing on the spot or close by! We are at 27' in length.

    My wife, two boys, 13 and 9 years old, and I are taking two weeks to drive to and enjoy Yellowstone. We are taking off from the Bay Area with the timing being the last week of July and the first week of August 2018.

    The first stop will be in Oregon and I hope the North Umpqua. Maybe the Rogue. I've never been to either and that time frame might find me with chance to hook some steel... can't resist!

    From there we will head to Idaho then Montana and finally Wyoming where will camp in the park for a few days before heading back to Morgan Hill.

    Any suggestions and recommendations will be appreciated.

    Tight lines all!

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    Try Campfire Lodge Resort on Highway 287 between Hegben and Quake Lake outside of West Yellowstone MT. You can get campsites where your RV is roughly 20' from the Madison River and there is a ton of great fishing nearby.

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    https://koa.com/campgrounds/dillon/

    Best KOA I have ever been to. The Beaverhead is literally 20' from your rv door, 5' if you get a spot right on the water. I spent 2 days walking up and down that area fishing and caught tons of fish. Best wading area I have been.

    It is a KOA I want to buy.
    So long and thanks for all the fish!!!
    `..`.. ><((((>`..`.><((((>`..`.. ><((((>

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    Thanks for the input guys. I am trying to avoid the KOA'a and Good Sam's of the world. I don't want to camp in an RV lot...... I would like to stay in some of the State Campgrounds that have RV access. So far as i can tell though, the limited spots they have available for RVs are either first come first served or, I can't make a reservation until the end of January.

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    Susan Creek BLM campground on the North Umpqua is really great. It even has free hot showers and a couple of holes that hold steelhead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie S View Post
    Susan Creek BLM campground on the North Umpqua is really great. It even has free hot showers and a couple of holes that hold steelhead.
    Thank you! This is what I am hoping for....

    Any ideas for Idaho Montana, Wyoming and Utah?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpBailey View Post
    Thank you! This is what I am hoping for....

    Any ideas for Idaho Montana, Wyoming and Utah?
    2nd Susan Creek, prime time for Steel. Valley of the Rogue State Park in Oregon is very nice, good water. Bit early for Steel but some good trout fishing.
    Robert

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