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Old 01-10-2015, 10:36 AM   #15
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Curt Gowdy state park is very nice and close to Cheyenne. We stayed there during last year's Frontier Days. While there, don't miss the Vedauwoo rock outcroppings. In Cody, spend a day or more in the Buffalo Bill Museum complex, 5 different museums in 1. We spent a week in Moab, some of the best hikes! If you go to Thermopolis, you will also be near the Wind River Range. To understand more about these amazing geographical wonders, read "The Hard Road West" by Meldahl.

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Old 01-10-2015, 06:56 PM   #16
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If you can get acces to F.E. Warren A.F.B. at Cheyenne You should visit General Custer's original house locted on the Parade Ground. I believe it is still used as a museum for Custer. It is one of the old original brick homes circling the parade ground. The may let non-military on the base to vivst the museum. Don't be afraid to ask the guards.

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Old 01-10-2015, 06:59 PM   #17
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Laramie, Wyoming... on the west side of town.

Territorial Prison. Large parking lot. No services other than the service stations and truck stops on all exists into town.

Camp overnight. Tell the kids that you are going to leave them at the Prison while you are watching the Rodeo. If you have kids along. They will not be much bother after that.

Next Stop... Curt Gowdy State Park as mentioned by vhaalen, is just east of Laramie. You also have two fishing lakes on the same side of the highway between Laramie and Cheyenne. Granite Lake and Crystal Lake. Good fishing too.

Enjoy Wyoming. A great State, friendly people and wear a western hat to blend in.
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Old 01-12-2015, 09:45 AM   #18
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We also stayed at Curt Gowdy SP west of Cheyenne, a very nice stay. Then went to Thermopolis for a night, stay at Eagle RV Park, nice and shaded w/good wifi. Then in Cody we stayed at Buffallo Bill SP just west of town, on the lake with pretty open scenery but was very windy. Dont miss the BB Cody Museum, well worth the day spent there. Of course you have to stay long enough to go through Yellowstone! We drove through the park from the east side pulling the trailer, which wasn't bad. If you don't mind being packed in, stay at Fishing Bridge CG if you want hook-ups. We stayed in West Yellowstone, MT and drove in to the park each day and took a different route. Do not miss the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, or Old Faithful if you only stay 2 days. The Tetons are majestic, you have to see thoses! We stayed in Jackson Hole at the Virginian RV park, but Colter Bay is a nice park with hook-ups or, when we go again we will dry camp at Gro Ventres CG which is more secluded but see more wildlife there. Dont miss a day trip to Jenny Lake, boat ride, then hiking the trails around and back down. The town of Jackson Hole is a fun place to see for a day also. From there, we went south to Moab, Utah to see Arches NP, if you go that far south. It will be a great adventure! See all you can, and make a reservation way ahead to stay in Yellowstone and at Teton.
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As for Yellowstone: Fishing Bridge RV park is only spot with full hook ups. Plan at 2 days for YS. However, I prefer Colter Bay RV park in Grand Teton NP. But Gros Ventre RV park is BEST even though not many facilities. Definitely plan 2 days in Tetons. Lunch at Jenny Lake Lodge (make reservations). Drive the loop to Jenny Lake Lodge in early morning and early evening (7mph). Lots of deer and elk. Herds of elk around the Moose area. Love the Tetons. Oh, have a drink at Jackson Lake Lodge and keep an eye out for the moose.

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