My family is planning our first trip to Yellowstone next Sep. although we have horses I am not sure it would be worth the hassle. I am thinking that a camper makes us more mobile and eliminates a lot of work that the horses would require. We would probably be there for a week. We enjoy hiking, some fishing would be nice. After reading some of the comments about the overpriced accomodations inside the park, it seems that a camper and small tent might be the way to go. any suggestions or comments. thank you.
horse trip or camper for trip to yellowstone
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