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Asked by Papie | January 28, 2019
Answer: We were able to use our DirecTv BUT... we had a portable dish that we could move around and used a satellite finder app (SatFinder Lite or DishPointer Pro) to find a small break in the trees. There are a lot of trees so it may not work for everyone. If we'd had a dish on our RV, it wouldn't have worked in our spot.
lorangl | January 29, 2019
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
Asked by ps5039 | January 25, 2018
Answer: We were not there in October last year, but we did camp in West Yellowstone in very late September last year, and in October the year prior. You'd need to check the websites for Yellowstone & Grand Teton to find opening & closing dates for the various facilities for 2018, but in general a few facilities will still be open then; most (especially in Yellowstone) close by end of September. Temperatures can be well below freezing overnight (20s and even teens are possible) and daytime highs will likely vary from the 50s to 60s; they could be less if it's a wet period. Each year is a little different. Last fall was drier and pretty pleasant; the fall before, October was raining/snowing much of the week we were there.
PokyRVer | January 28, 2018