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Old 07-17-2018, 09:23 AM   #1
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Glacier National Park

Going to Glacier National Park at the end of August. Camping in Fish Creek B Loop (B87 to be exact). Anyone been there recently? I'm wondering how it will be to get my 26' TT into the campsite. Any other tips?

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Old 07-17-2018, 12:37 PM   #2
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Been there but didn't camp. Most sites were too small for our Cougar. B87 is a smaller 35' pull through. The issue will be once you pull in can you make the turn to pull out. There are a few trees that might be an issue if you have to cut it too tight on the exit. I've actually backed in to some of the smaller pull throughs because I didn't think I could make what amounted to a "U" turn without kissing a tree.
My advice is look it over real close when you get there and give yourself plenty of room to pull out. Beautiful place BTW and close to the lake.
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