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Asked by reubenray374 | June 29, 2018
Answer: Call them to ask. We are 34 with one slide and it was tight. In May you won’t be sitting outside to BBQ at night, so maybe you can snuggle into some sights. If you have a tow or a pull you might not fit. We’ve been there twice in late August and early Sept.
Doogiesmom | July 1, 2018
Answer: I have not stayed there in May, but expect freezing temps, especially at night. Maybe not. I have stayed there at least 6 times. There main sites are pull-throughs, about 70 feet long. Most of their sites are on a gentle tree covered hill side that are "nearly" level side to side. There should be plenty of room for 4 slides. It is about a 5 minute walk to Jackson Lake. Tell reservations about your concerns.
retired fireman | July 1, 2018
Answer: Yes, there are sites that your motor home will fit with a car. I stayed there for 10 days in early June with my 32 foot 5th wheel (3 slides) and pickup with plenty of room. We had many very large coaches with cars and slide outs stay around us. It is cold at night, but we did not have snow and got around ok in the day time.
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dodge guy | July 2, 2018
Answer: We are 36-foot plus Dodge 2500 short bed. No problems at all. Having lived in Montana, I will tell you that the weather is up in the air in May. Could be snow and cold, or you could have sunshine. Just be prepared for both. We loved Colter Village and would definitely stay there again. We were there in June or July, and it was lovely.
WSKeifer | July 2, 2018
Answer: Yes, you may be able to fit, the question is, will you want to. We have a 45' coach and fit, but extremely tight, very close to hitting trees on the way in to our site, and slides almost hit trees. I would not go there again.
Ben - RV Real Estate Income | January 30, 2019