lots of photo ops, huge park take your time and see it all, plan ahead it will save you much sorrow, the amenities are whatever you prefer, I have never seen a park with so many options
It best park I have visted so far and words cant describe the park at all and it just asesome
We stayed in the Grant Village campground August 31st & Sept. 1st and it was very nice, our site had trees for us to hang our hammock and had a small path at the back that got visited by a calf (young moose), 3 female elk, and a black tailed deer😊. We were in the J loop, site 346. There are bathrooms with a sink and mirror and a place in the same building to clean your dishes. The fire pits do have a grate you can flip over the fire and cook on! There is a general store with a little bit of groceries and there are showers in a separate part of the grounds 😊. Would absolutely stay there again!!!
The campground host(s) did a great job at ensuring camper safety. They were diligent with making sure food was in bear boxes and that all fires were completely put out. The water spigots were conveniently located and the bathrooms were very clean.
Grant was the third campground we stayed in at Yellowstone. The sites are pretty darn flat. ✅ We were able to walk down to Lake Yellowstone right from the campground to some quiet little beaches. Total plus! The camp sites themselves are right on top of each other. Very family living. We don’t hang at camp for very long, so it wasn’t too bad. The camp host on duty was a pretty cranky dude. Maybe he was having a bad week. ✌🏻 The showers were the busiest I have ever seen. They had a graph chart showing the busiest times. That tells you something. They had a laundry area which we took advantage of. The showers and laundry felt kinda far away from the campground. There is an RV dump station as well as water. The Lakehouse restaurant is right on the water which was really nice for our last night in he park.
ample space, clean, literally my only complaint was the community bear boxes. it was shared between like 5 sites and not big enough.
We just barely returned from our trip to Yellowstone National Park. I highly recommend it to everyone! We stayed a few nights at different hotel places inside the park. We did so many hikes! We saw thousands of buffalo and all of the most famous attractions. If you want to see elk just lazing about the town then go to Mammoth. I highly recommend doing things like the Grand Prismatic and Ol’ Faithful in the morning before 10:00 because after that the parking lots get very busy. We ate lunch in several different picnic areas and each one had a restroom. Dont forget to see the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and also the Huge waterfall! Bring your camera and your sunscreen!
Our first time in Yellowstone. when we go back we will likely try to get into a sight closer to the main attractions. Grant village is a bit removed from much of the main sights and while typically we would love that, Yellowstone is just too big! being a way from everything just means spending more in gas. a lot more! still the sight was quite nice. we managed to get one right off of the lake and somehow feel secluded even with neighbors just a few hundred yards away. well kept bathrooms, dishwashing sinks and waterspouts were welcomed conveniences. all in all for being inside a crowded NP Grant village was about as good as you could expect.
Toilet and dish washing sink available. The views are amazing. Only downside is that you are pretty much right next to other campsites and sometimes this affects wildlife viewing.
Excellent sites and a number of trails.