Originally Posted by Mciampa99
How does driving through Yellowstone compare to driving through Badlands? We drove through Badlands with a 20 Foot enclosed trailer behind the RV and it went pretty well.
I did book Grand Canyon Railway RV Park. Both Kids and DW are excited to ride the train.
We have 3 days from when we plan to leave Yellowstone until we check into GC Railway RV Park. We have not decided which route we are taking south or where we may plan to stop. Anyone have thoughts on that drive down? I know it is about 1000 miles.
If you are interested in the national parks and other attractions, you might get over to I-15 and go south of Provo and jog over to US-89 down to the Kanab, UT area. Kanab has 4 or 5 RV parks, and Kanab is 75 miles from Bryce Canyon Natl Park, 75 miles from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and about 40 miles from Zion Natl Park.
Caution with regards to Zion if you go this route. Between US-89 and Zion is a long and rather short (in height) tunnel. If you have a toad, there aren't any real issues with the tunnel, but many RV's might not be able to go through it. If your RV is short enough in height, one can pay for a $15 "permit" to go through. They shut down traffic from the opposite direction that one is traveling and the RV'er then drives right down the middle of the tunnel, straddling the yellow lines.
Kanab has a history of TV shows and movies being filmed in the area. Hotels are high, but the RV parks aren't bad in price.