Question about Gros Ventre Campground

Simplystephens asked on 5/21/2021

All sites on the reservation website say total length (including tow vehicle), does this mean that the truck and trailer combined must be within the max length?

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30' Grand Design Imagine 2400BH
Ford F-150
3 reviews

Answered on 5/23/2021:

No, the site length is for camper only. There is typically enough room for a truck to be parked next to the camper (either at an angle or parallel to the main path). The sites are smaller then what their designations are by a few feet. I usually add couple of feet so that it's easier to get in and out. If my trailer is 30 in length I'd request a site that is 32/33'.
Walnut Creek, CA
25' Airstream Flying Cloud
Land Rover Range Rover HSE
19 reviews

Answered on 5/22/2021:

You can park your truck horizontally in front of the trailer, assuming you have enough space to do that, and you should be fine. That’s what we did, we were there a whole week.
44 reviews

Answered on 5/21/2021:

Yes. Two years ago Gros Ventre CG was first-come first-serve only. Double check that you have the correct CG.
Pittsburgh, PA
15' nüCamp T@b 320
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk
77 reviews

Answered on 5/22/2021:

I typically look of photos of the site, if available., and determine if it will work if a couple of feet short. Since sites can have different shapes, the answer will vary. If no photos are available I opt for other sites or campgrounds.
36' Holiday Rambler Endeavor
3 reviews

Answered on 5/22/2021:

Yes. They are becoming more strict on the "stay on the pavement" rule.
Living the dream!
32' Northwood Mfg 28-5C
Ram 3500
20 reviews

Answered on 5/22/2021:

Sometimes. Some sites are single vehicle wide, while others are 2 and 3 vehicles wide. If the on line picture doesn’t provide this information, contact the campground and they can provide more detailed information.
45' Holiday Rambler Navigator
4 reviews

Answered on 5/22/2021:

Sort of: you will get in trouble if you do not stay on the site’s asphalt parking. I was able to park on a 40’ site by raising up the back of our 45’ MH to clear- overhang the 8” high concrete curb at the back of the site. There was room (not much) to park the car besides the MH. Some people with trailers were able to park the truck parallel with the road and still stay on their asphalt.