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Old 07-25-2019, 07:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pipi Campground 5th wheel RV accessibility

hey guys

I was trying to find some info on how easy it is to maneuver through this campground.

I have a 31 foot 5th wheel, will I have any trouble backing into a campsite?
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I have seen 5th wheels in the area like PiPi, Caldor, Gold Note...etc, But I cannot recall if in the actual campground or not at PiPi as it been a few years. If you are self contained in a Toy hauler I would just camp anywhere out there. I was planning on doing that with my 38' 5th wheel toy hauler, but never got around it it and always just took day trips up there with the toys. I have seen plenty of rigs camped at Gold Note, though it does not show an actual campground on the map. Hardest part with a large 5th wheel would be the tight roads and watch your overhead clearances. You are only 31' and probably not a full profile, so it shouldn't be too bad.
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I've seen 30-32ft pushers MH's in some spots at PiPi Campground. Use judgement and the map....I don't see why you couldn't get your trailer into the spot as you should have more manueverbility.

There are many places to camp near PiPi with toy haulers/trailers as well.
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I've seen 30-32ft pushers MH's in some spots at PiPi Campground. Use judgement and the map....I don't see why you couldn't get your trailer into the spot as you should have more manueverbility.

There are many places to camp near PiPi with toy haulers/trailers as well.

Oh yeah I always try to recon the campsites as much as possible before I go into them, Ive been in some that are very hard to maneuver through

Where would you suggest camping with the toyhauler thats near Pipi?
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Just past PiPi is 5 Corners, There is 2 large open camp areas on the right about 1000' past the turn off. On the left is a dirt road going up hill, there are maybe 6 sites in the trees. I've seen groups of 3 campers and trailers there. I've been riding the area for years
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