Stayed in Tower Falls for a few nights this summer. Location is very convenient. It even has an easy walking trail that you can hike down by the river in the camp. Overall an amazing experience. But Yellowstone in itself is an awesome place and I can’t wait to go back! 10/10 recommend!!
The sites are clean with picnic table, bear safe and toilet near by. The campgrounds are first come first serve so you need to arrive early and hope someone is checking out. There are toilets and pads but it was more set up for RV's except without hook-ups, but you could get cell reception and there was a camp restaurant/ store at the bottom of the falls. The person who was there to oversee the campgrounds was a lot intense warning that even if the bears smelled water in a water bottle they would come in an could attack… what about the fact that there was a FALLS right there?… I don't know
I loved every minute of Yellowstone! Will go back again!
We were going to camp in one of the free sites but they were full. This was a nice alternative.
pretty standard as far as National Park camping goes. I would recommend it here.
This is a cool campground that is nestled up a small draw on the ridges above Tower Falls in Yellowstone National Park. You cannot reserve this campground, and because of it's distance from everywhere, it's extremely hard to get there early enough in the morning to get a spot before they are all gone. The Falls are beautiful and the store has a lot of stuff, but don't forget to look for bears in both directions along the road as black bears are often seen with cubs.