Thanks for the replies, John and Geegee. I guess I've hi-jacked the thread a little, but the info. is relevant. When my wife and I are in Grizz. country during our ride this year, we'll probably shoot for campgrounds when available, although generally we try to avoid them for the obvious reason: rotten, stinking, lousy people with no respect for others, the damn generators, all the krap of Kamping! Ugh. Give me a half-decent, off-the-grid stealth camp any day.
To the OP: Have a great adventure! One thing about most bear attacks that I've heard of is that they occur on trails away from the main areas of traffic like roads and such. Odds of a major Grizzly bear smack down at a camp along a major route are probably pretty low. The Grizzly SUV's and semi's and RV's and sundry drivers are a FAR greater risk, yet that is one we accept and, of course, isn't too bad. So have a blast!