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#1 May 25, 2009
We are headed that direction on a vacation. Any info regarding rv parks would be appreciated, it is difficult to tell which ones are ok and which ones to avoid. Thanks
#2 Jun 2, 2009
There are quite a few. One is called Jellystone or something and there's the KOA.
They are all fairly ghetto.
#3 Jun 8, 2009
The "ghetto" assessment is a bit harsh and, as always, it depends on "where" you are planning to camp. If you are RVing in Yellowstone Park itself, check out the YNP website.
If you are RVing outside of YNP and plan to camp at "private" RV parks, visit that town's chamber website for RV links. Better yet, CALL that chamber and get SPECIFICS. And, this person-to-person service is FREE!
If you want information on Livingston/Park County MT just north of YNP, visit www.livingston-chamber.com for a FREE vacation packet.
Happy to oblige! Have a great vacation!
#4 Aug 31, 2012
Osen's RV Park in Merrill Lane, Livingston is a nice quite dog-friendly park with tent camping as well as RV's. I give them 10/10.
#5 Aug 31, 2012
That would be the ones displaying a cardboard silhouette of George Zimmie at the front entrance.
Hoodies are discouraged as proper clothing attire.
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