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B Lea
post Sep 2 2012, 12:30 AM
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We are currently in Coeur d'Alene Idaho and want to drive to Sun Valley and Ketchum. We need ad vice on two routes: one would go thru Missoula Montana, then south on Hwy 93, thru Salmon and Stanley, then Hwy 75 south to Sun Valley. The other route would go south on hwy 95 thru Mc Call and Boise, then hwy 20 over to Sun Valley. Both routes have passes and appear to be pretty steep and curvey. We're new RVers and don't want to take on more than we can handle. Those of you who are familiar with the two routes, can you give us advice on which is the best way to go? If both are doable, which has the best scenery? Also, any suggestions on great RV parks along those routes or in Sun Valley?
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post Sep 2 2012, 01:16 PM
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Welcome to the forum B Lea. cool.gif
Give us an idea what kind of rig you folks are traveling in and/or what you are towing.

As far as parks, campgrounds: are you traveling with children that need some entertaining?
How about dogs?

Do you need park Wi-Fi, or can you access with your own technology?
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Welcome to the forum B Lea. cool.gif
Give us an idea what kind of rig you folks are traveling in and/or what you are towing.

As far as parks, campgrounds: are you traveling with children that need some entertaining?.
How about dogs?

Do you need park Wi-Fi, or can you access with your own technology?


We are driving a 35' class A, towing a Honda CRV. Have no children or pets. We'll be looking for scenic beauty in our RV sites (rivers, lakes, mountains, forests, etc.) We prefer hook ups but can dry camp if necessary. We have hot spots on our phones but if we're in a spot where there's no phone signal, we'll want wifi.
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