We camp there for three days with an RV.Its nice campground,they have full hook up,laundry,quiet
One must plan in advance for a reservation at Fishing Bridge RV Park in Yellowstone National Park. Full hookups available on paved sites.
walking distance to the store and NPS Visitor Center- but bring your bear spray as there are many right around.
this campground may be closed for reconstruction during 2019, but call to know for sure. We stay every June we can for Yellowstone Lake fishing and requisite sight seeing.
Location was great. Not a lot of space but good enough to get our rv in and the keep on the side. They recommend a water regulator, we used one but with it the pressure was low. Nice laundry room. Machines worked well. They gave us 2 free showers a night and they looked clean but we ended up just showering at the rv.
The TV parking is very tight. You will need a water pressure regulator. The sewer hose is raised. Coin laundry and the showers close at 10pm.
No soft-sided popup or hybrids allowed. This is basically a parking lot with full hookups. If you are not wanting to stay at the camper and explore the park, this is the one for you. It was perfect for our trip.
Fishing bridge is one of many campgrounds located in Yellowstone N.P. We stayed there in June 2012. This is the only one with full hookups inside the park. No tents are allowed in the campground. Only hard sided RVs due to bears. There are pay showers at entrance/ check-in as well as a museum and ranger programs if you like to earn your badge. We were asked to drip our water so it wouldn't freeze. It snowed on our first night which was a shock for us Floridians.There was a very nice general store/ dining area within a short walk and plenty of woods for the boys to build forts with downed wood although I must say I was a little worried about bears. Of course, the main attraction here is Old Faithful and we visited it on the first opportunity to wait and see the beautiful geyser which erupted about every 90 minutes. We explored the bottom loop in the park for a day with the boys dragging them out to most of the hydro-thermal wonders. We did get to see a coyote, Canadian geese, elk, a grizzly bear (very far away) and huge herd of bison. I walked up on the elk and took some close-ups. ( yes I am one of those crazy tourists taking pics) This park is huge and we had only scratched the surface. We also chartered a fishing boat another day and went out on Lake Yellowstone for an opportunity to catch some fresh trout. A very unsuccessful day on the lake. we had to throw everything back which was mostly cut throat. We saw many beautiful things here but would love to go back one day and explore some more of the Northern part of the park.
No tents allowed! Not even tent campers. It's a super busy area because it's right next to Hayden Valley, where you find a ton of wildlife that Yellowstone is famous for.
Can't build a fire, even if you have the portable fire pits. The area is prone to wildfires. However, the park rangers are very friendly, great with kids, and host evening talks in the amphitheater. We learned about the bats that fly around the area at night.