I'm headed up in about a week, bringing the motorhome and trailer. My biggest concern at this point is finding adaquate parking. My goal is to hunt in the Clearwater non motorized area. If for some reason I end up camping in the non-motorized side of the road due to lack of room can I still hunt the area? My idea was to leave the non-motorized area, then start my hunt on foot. If I am lucky enough to fill my tag I would hike all the meat out of the non motorized area first, then to my camp. Am I just overthinking this?, Is there plenty of parking still available two weeks into the season?, or should I just keep driving until I fnd a spot, then use the four wheel to access my starting point? Any help or advce would be appreciated, but with only a week before I leave I may just be hunting where I can park versus hunting where I scouted this summer.