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Camp Ripley Camping Rules

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Hey guys, can someone please point me to where the rules are for Ripley - I am specifically looking for when I can get in line to pull a camper in on Friday, what time the gates open, etc. Also, anyone that has been there before if you have any tips on pulling a camper in I would appreciate it.

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The gates open at noon the day before the hunt and you can camp to the left side of the line, drop your camper off and pull your truck in line.. You will not be able to miss it.

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Hey guys, can someone please point me to where the rules are for Ripley - I am specifically looking for when I can get in line to pull a camper in on Friday, what time the gates open, etc. Also, anyone that has been there before if you have any tips on pulling a camper in I would appreciate it.


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Thanks!

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I didn't get in this year. That kind of sucks but then again I wasn't really expecting to as I have applied the last 4 years and it was every other year. This would have been a year I wouldn't get in so. Oh well. Good luck to all who got in!!! I have seen a couple trophy's up there.

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