A great simple campground inside Yellowstone. we were there the weekend before July 4th and found a site easily. Many of the other campgrounds had fIlled early each mornIng. There are bear proof boxes in each site for your food items, be sure to use them. Tent camping is okay, and they have nice pads to set the tents up on in the sites. There’s vault (pit) toilets and no other hook ups for RVs.
On a road trip we stayed the night at one of the campgrounds within the park. The lake is beautiful. Navigating the campgrounds as a newcomer was a tad difficult as there are numerous and the entrance booth was closed by the time we arrived. We’d certainly try it again should we make it back to Wyoming.
Great campground. We’ve been going there for decades. It is a high mountain lake, so days can get decently warm in summer (mId 80s), but also near freezing at night. The little resort store/marina is great, you can buy a few food items, rent a boat or paddle board, or pay for access to a shower. The campground itself is a dirt campground with vault (pit) toilets and water spigots between every few sites. There‘s awesome trout fishing and mountain bike trails. The lake is a “slow lake” so no inner tubes or wake boarding, which makes it a peaceful getaway.
Basic dry camp with only a couple actual spots. Right on the river. There is a vault (pit) toilet on the hill. Super hot in the summer. My husband and I love to get away here each summer, no cell service for miles, very few other people. Great to just set up camp then fish, swim, read, or nap all day long.