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Ripley Camping?

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Does anyone know how much room there is in the camping area? I have a 26' fifth wheel and wounld like to know if there is enough room in the camping area. I can never seem to call the dnr office at the right time to reach anyone.

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you will be just fine

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smirk.gif Your camper will be a needle in a stack of needles. smirk.gif

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Thanks. i have heard the camping area is just the side of the road, so i didn't know how much room there was, also can you pull you vehicle in line if you are camping or does the vehicle have to be occupied all night?

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The vehicle does not have to be occupied. Alot of people drop there camper off then pull into line. Some people who have a party of hunters bring 2 vehicles. One to put in line early and the other guy bring up the camper. Good Luck, shoot a big one.

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