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    We are headed off to Yellowstone National Park and wondered if anyone knew of any places to boondock near there. We have a 40ft. long Fuzion Toy Hauler because we love to quad and canoe but the only places we can find to camp are the parking lots and they are so very expensive for an extended holiday. We are very self sufficient even with a gas tank in the garage of the toy hauler. We would really appreciate if anyone has any ideas.

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    Search the National Forest service east of YS

    Campground Directory and National Forest Campgrounds

    If you want reservations search

    Federal recreation, camping and tour reservation information - Recreation.gov

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    • #3
      Originally posted by TenOC View Post
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      • #4
        Originally posted by rburgess View Post
        We are headed off to Yellowstone National Park and wondered if anyone knew of any places to boondock near there. We have a 40ft. long Fuzion Toy Hauler because we love to quad and canoe but the only places we can find to camp are the parking lots and they are so very expensive for an extended holiday. We are very self sufficient even with a gas tank in the garage of the toy hauler. We would really appreciate if anyone has any ideas.
        There are many places were you can boondock if you wish. Look for trailheads that lead to the back country. Many are set up for horse trailers so your 40' shouldn't be a problem. The closer you get to Yellowstone the less choices you'll have. PM me if you wish and I can give you a couple of ideas.
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        • #5
          I realize this is too late to be of benefit , but here is what you need for boondocking in MT http://www.fs.fed.us/r1/gallatin/pub...cnic_Guide.pdf . Bakers Hole is very nice, with spaces for our 40' 5er to fit easily.
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          • #6
            Being mid December, no one is camping in or near Yellowstone (at least on purpose) but if you plan on entering the Park from West Yellowstone there are many great camping locations near Henry's Lake on the Idaho side. We have 37' Fuzion and have no problems getting around. Staying in Yellowstone is a bummer at least if your used to dispersed camping as we are. However there are some excellent camping locations within 50 miles without the restrictions or the crowds.
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            • #7
              Just outside of the NE entrance are several campgrounds near Cooke City and Silver Gate Mt.

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