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Top 9 Yellowstone National Park Campgrounds & RV Parks

Yellowstone National Park is located in both Montana and Wyoming and boasts 3,468 square miles of land– larger than both Delaware and Rhode Island combined! With a variety of campgrounds throughout the park, ranging from first-come, first-served to booking six months in advance, Yellowstone offers its guests campsites fit for a weekend getaway or your next week-long outdoor adventure! With Old Faithful, Yellowstone Lake, Grand Prismatic Spring, Norris Geyser Basin, and a variety of other world-renown sites just short distances away from campgrounds, you are sure to find the perfect place to rest your head after a long day of adventuring.

Bridge Bay Campground

Bridge Bay Campground is the largest campground in the Yellowstone National Park. It lies directly across the west shore of Yellowstone Lake and is located 30 miles from the east entrance. This campsite accommodates tents camping, camper vans, and RV camping. Each campsite also has a  picnic area with a fire pit, and the campground has potable water, flush toilets, food storage lockers, and coin-operated shower and laundry facilities. Keep in mind, there are no hookups on the campground, nor is there a dump station. However, offsite near the Bridge Bay Marina is a dump station for use. Additionally, there is a small store close to the campground where food, firewood, ice, and other goods are available for purchase. Bridge Bay Campground allows its guests to book in advance, but be quick as this campsite is a popular choice amongst travelers, especially during its peak season.

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