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RV Today Archive – Grand Tetons, Idaho

June 4, 2008 by RV Today Archive · 6 Comments 

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Travel along with popular RV television host Stew Oleson as he explores the Grand Tetons in Idaho in this segment taken from the 2006 archives of the RV Today show.

With beautiful video footage of the Rocky Mountain landscape, scenic trails, and seemingly endless fishing streams, this is an entertaining and visually stimulating RV trek through the Grand Tetons.

And of course, Stew covers a multitude of RVing opportunities, including three scenic places to stay in the Teton valley. One campground, located in the Targee Ski Resort area, has been adding multiple RV sites as RVing grows in popularity.

Another campground, in Heise Hot Springs (Southeast Idaho), features a river, a nearby golf course, and of course, hot springs! Heise Hot Springs also has an evening dinner show beginning with a wild west shootout, followed by a wagon ride to dinner in a beautiful meadow setting. The show by the Mountain River Ranch players features plenty of audience participation.

Finally, Stew and the crew visit the glorious Mesa Falls on Henry’s Fork of the Snake River in eastern Idaho.

The state of Idaho has more than 16,000 miles of streams, and one of the most famous in the world for fly-fishing, the Snake River. If you like to fish, there is a perfect spot to set up camp and drop a line just a short drive from Mesa Falls at the Red Rock RV and Campground.

P.S. Stay tuned to the RV.net Blog, as we’ll be posting more RV Today Video Archives each week!

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