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.
Crowded but that's to be expected! All in all, a good spot to clean up and have a night in the front lands before heading black out! Clean facilities, friendly people.
We stayed in the Grant Campground for a 10 days and found it to be a wonderful family campground. Sites were large (however close together) with picnic tables and fire pits with grills at every site. Potabable water, bathroom, and dish washing facilities within walking distance of sites. We appreciated that it was far enough from the crowded area of Old Faithful and Canyon but still made it easy to visit the entire park. We were also close to Grand Teton and mde a few trips down to explore. Shower facilities were clean and had hot water - no time limit and 2 showers included per night with site reservation. If you are camping with an RV this does NOT have hookups but does have a dump station. During our 10 day stay there was only 1 bear sighting in the campground and it was the first in 4 weeks (this campground appears to have less bear that Canyon and Tower Falls). Overall a wonderful campground. We will stay here again on our next trip.
First family vacation to a National Park. There are many camgrounds within the park. We chose this one due to its availability and it's amenities. We don't camp very often and use a tent and camping stove. But like to have a working bathroom and showers nearby. The campground had showers close and a camp store where you can buy just about anything you need. We went in early August. The days were warm but not hot and the nights got chilly due to the elevation. Not sure if the location near the lake helps keep it cooler. I would stay here again but it is located at the south end of Yellowstone so many park attractions are a decent drive 20-30 minutes. If you are going all the way to the North side of the park expect an hour or more.
Beautiful site along Yellowstone Lake’s West Thumb. Great facilities here and clean, they even have dishwashing areas and a few free showers. It was real crowded but that’s what we expected. Kids went nuts for all the wildlife but thank god we didn’t see bears here. The rangers were real serious about the bear safety stuff, which made us a little nervous but also to feel good that they take it seriously to keep everyone safe. Anyway the sites themselves were basic but good and clean with nice facilities centralized. There was no hot water but we’re used to roughing it.
Traveling from Idaho to Colorado, my husband and I made a trip to Yellowstone first. We both got to see our first Elk. She came right up to us, ate a little of the greens surrounding us, and went right on her way. It was a wonderful and one of a kind experience. Our favorite hike was to the waterfalls… all of them. There were so many and each waterfall had a unique quality. Separating one from the other.