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About Mammoth Hot Springs
Access
Drive In
Operator
National Park Service
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sewer Hookups
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Mammoth Hot Springs is located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Latitude
44.979 N
Longitude
-110.694 W
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18 Reviews of Mammoth Hot Springs
We love Yellowstone & this location

Very good location, pretty level, fairly close to other campers but not terrible. We would stay here again.

Boiling River Days

I love this campground because it’s super close to the boiling river and it’s cheap! Its first come first serve so you have to get here early in the summer to get a spot. We came here in late August and got a spot around 4pm. Mosts of the spots have a nice view and are pretty spacious. Be careful of the one with the unlevel tent pad. There is a great ranger program and the bathrooms are decent.

Such a great place to rest at the end of a long day exploring the park.

Get there super early during peak season it fills up fast. Take a moment before bed to listen to the informative ranger talks it was very informative.

Great views

This camping area is really close to restaurants and stores within Yellowstone, and is only a short drive from the north entrance of the park. We used this site as a base to explore North East Yellowstone. It can be easily reserved early mornings, and the places to set tents are leveled and dry, although someone thought it was a good idea to add lots of stones to the ground where the tents are set. Nice restrooms are close, and lots of elk and other wildlife wander around the area. Highly recommended!

Great sites!

Natural sites! Horrible smell of course but beautiful to look at

Mountainside sites with a view!

Mammoth Campground is very clean and well kept. The sites are tight but we spent of our time off exploring and never found this to be an issue. Toilets and running water are available but no showers. Firewood is also available for sale. Just a short ways up the mountain is the lodge and village, which provides about anything you could need. We drove into Gardner our first night to pick up a few groceries and some fresh ground bison for dinner. The location is great for exploring the north end. We highly suggest hiking to Osrey Falls if you're up for an adventure that's a bit less crowded. The hot springs are very neat and well worth checking out.

Close to the action

pros: in the middle of so much beauty

cons: have to queue in the morning to get a campsite and sites are pretty close together

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.

A Jumping Off Point

Situated just below Mammoth, this campground is frequently visited by a myriad of wildlife. Elk, bison, and a fox we're our neighbors while we visited. In the off season, this campground is quiet, though the only restroom open is the one nearest the pay station (behind it - beside the main road). A perfect place to stay before (or after) spending a day in the park.