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About Grant Village Campground
Access
Drive In, Boat In
Price
$33.00
Operator
National Park Service
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
No Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Grant Village Campground is located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Latitude
44.394 N
Longitude
-110.563 W
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13 Reviews of Grant Village Campground
Can't beat Yellowstone!

This was a great spot to camp, but a little unnerving being in a small tent in bear country. Middle of the summer and it was still down right chilly at night. I'm not sure I've ever been so cold while camping. This campground has restrooms within the loop as well as a large facility for showering and laundry at the entrance to which you likely want to drive. Everything was clean and well maintained. Be sure to practice good bear safety with food. Bear cans were provided for food storage. No food in the tents. No food smelling clothes in the tent. We were right next to the bathroom which was convenient and the campsite was quite large for our two person tent and canopy over the picnic table.

Very large campground

This was the second Yellowstone campground we stayed at. It was very large. The workers at the registration building were friendly and helpful. This campground is on Yellowstone lake. There were clean restrooms that were heated. Also an area within the restroom building to wash dishes. Also laundry facilities and showers were available in another building a short distance from the campground. A gas station, visitor center, restaurant, and store within a short drive. Unfortunately it started to rain in the evening and rained all night long, which dampened things a bit. Fires were allowed. Our site was very nice and woodsy.

Big, but calm and scenic!

I was expecting GV to be crowded like the rest if ys, but it was really spacious and serene. lots of trees for shade and privacy. Our site felt huge and just a short walk to the lake. (loop f). we liked the cg so much that we even took a day and stayed there to rest from the crowds and driving!

GV is on the south side of the loop, so not exactly central, lots of driving. it’d work well to stay here if you also stay further north. but we didn’t want to move sites and this one was reservable.

staff was very nice. we arrived early so they were willing to move us if we didn’t like our site (which we didn’t need to). laundromat and shower hours were shorter than publicized, so that was frustrating but the facilities were nice.

also, GV and Fishing Bridge have auto/RV service depts. I had a bad propane regulator so it was great to find something in the park, if even for a few bucks more than usual.

right next to the campground is west thumb, which isn’t as popular as grand prismatic and old faithful, but we loved being able to see the smaller springs up close. def worth a stop.

Big, but calm and scenic!

I was expecting GV to be crowded like the rest if ys, but it was really spacious and serene. lots of trees for shade and privacy. Our site felt huge and just a short walk to the lake. (loop f). we liked the cg so much that we even took a day and stayed there to rest from the crowds and driving!

GV is on the south side of the loop, so not exactly central, lots of driving. it’d work well to stay here if you also stay further north. but we didn’t want to move sites and this one was reservable.

staff was very nice. we arrived early so they were willing to move us if we didn’t like our site (which we didn’t need to). laundromat and shower hours were shorter than publicized, so that was frustrating but the facilities were nice.

also, GV and Fishing Bridge have auto/RV service depts. I had a bad propane regulator so it was great to find something in the park, if even for a few bucks more than usual.

right next to the campground is west thumb, which isn’t as popular as grand prismatic and old faithful, but we loved being able to see the smaller springs up close. def worth a stop.

the jr ranger talk at GV was a good try. glad we did it with our kids but not really sure what the ranger was talking about!

Peaceful, and centrally serene.

This campground is right on Yellowstone Lake with some spots having a great view and others are easy to walk down to the lake. I love staying here when in Yellowstone because I always love staying near the water. It’s super peaceful to walk to the lake in the morning or sunset and just sit and relax. There are showers, laundry services and a great store near the campground. The ranger programs at night are always great and there is a great trail that runs along the lake that will take you there.

Nice Campground

Grant Village is a nice campground.  It has all the amenities you could ever want.  Only downside is its fairly busy, however I don’t think there is really anyway around this in Yellowstone.

Spacious campground

Gorgeous, pristine campsite. Only complaint is that there isn’t a ton of privacy. Trees were bare in July so you could see all your neighbors and what they were up to. Generators also seemed much louder than at other campgrounds we’ve been to. It was beautiful and clean and had great facilities though!

Spacious, in the heart of everything

Showers are here and the kitchen washing station is solid. Good bathrooms, good campground, close to all the action. Really enjoyed this site, despite the rain.

Beautiful and quiet national park campground

Beautiful, spread out and quiet campground with a great location in the park as your close to the geyser basins. This is the closest campground in the park to the Tetons. Very clean too!

Beautiful!

I absolutely loved this campground. A beautiful trail around the area and very close to the lake! The showers and bathrooms were well maintained and the staff were friendly.