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Old 01-15-2021, 11:31 AM   #41
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We have done this trip and I can tell you they are a blast. I use Good Sam (member) and find camp grounds. My wife plans the sight seeing. She uses Trip Adviser to see what is happening in the area. We plan cities like you have. Then we see what is there and plan how long to stay in one place to get the most from our trip. We go on 3 month trips every year except last year.

Enjoy the trip. Smell all the roses.
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Old 01-15-2021, 01:53 PM   #42
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We have been to all of those places many times. Recommending places to stay is tricky because some people want all the amenities and some prefer boondocking. As a first timer, you will have different things to see because theyíre new. Start by making a list of things to do. For example, in Yellowstone, you have all of the thermal features and geysers. The wildlife isnít always in those areas, so you will want to go to the Lamar and Hayden Valleys at sunrise/sunset to see wildlife. I would recommend staying in West Yellowstone to see thermal features and then move to Cooke City and Boondock there to see the wildlife. In the Blackhills there are a number of nice Passport America parks that provide good access to the Wind Cave, Custer State Park (especially wildlife loop), Mount Rushmore, and Deadwood areas. Personally, I would plan 3 days in the south and three days in the north. Plan a stop at Devilís Tower and Little Bighorn between the Blackhills and Yellowstone. Enjoy the trip.
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Old 01-15-2021, 03:41 PM   #43
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Custer State Park has been mentioned several times. It is so special it should be a National Park. It’s close to Mt Rushmore. We stayed in one of their CG which was very nice.
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