Another very pretty Yellowstone campground. Restrooms were kept clean and staff was friendly. You have to pay before entering the campground which can cause small traffic jams. Once you get past that mess, it becomes a more pleasant affair. Scattered pine forest with largely sandy site and nearby Indian Creek for fishing. There are few sites for big rigs (40+ and ten spots I think). A good stop if you are in this part of the park.
Awesome campground! Beautiful lake and very quiet country. There are ten sites for 40+ big rigs and pull-throughs. Not many people use this one since it's so far south. Campground was clean, registration was easy, bathrooms were clean. Mule deer all over the place and Lewis Lake is gorgeous. A good place for those who want to be off the beaten path and who like to fish or just hang out by the water.
This campground is for small RV's only unfortunately. If you have one, you are in luck .There are several really nice water sites. The bathroom is just a simple vault toilet with no running water. Water is taken from the hand pump. This is a basic campground way back on a gravel road but it has great fishing and a more quiet atmosphere. One of our favorites. Good place to watch wolves too.
This is primarily a tenting campground, although you can get a small RV up into the tent loop if you are adventurous. There are better RV sites at the bottom of the hill, though only a couple. It's a good place in a pinch if you have a small RV. There's a camp store about a 1/8th mile away which offers supplies and gifts. Great views of the Yellowstone river too.
We like this one, but it can be very congested at the entrance. We are generally fond of campgrounds near marinas simply because they offer another dimension in the activities you can choose to do. We try to stay on the loops and not in the center area which doesn't look as nice. Bathrooms are clean, grounds are kept rather nice and the service at the front entrance was friendly and professional. Great views onto Yellowstone lake from the upper campground road.
Feels like a tailgate parking lot at a football game. Very tight spots. Great facilities and close to many attractions, but we did not care for the layout of the campground. Only place for full hookups in the park, so you have to weigh your priorities.
This is a huge campground. Really huge. There are several different kinds of loops offering a wide choice of sites. Some are in more open forest, others border a very thick forest and back up to a wetland area in a shallow bay of Yellowstone lake. Everything was clean and pleasant. Some of the concession workers at the front station were a bit crabby though. It's a great looking spot, plenty of room to move to.
Probably our favorite centrally located campground in the park. It's convenient for all sorts of sightseeing, and also doesn't have as much crazyness as the Canyon campground area. It's a "drop-box" type of payment system. There is good fishing in the stream bordering the campground. Someties you can smell a bit of sulfur but I think it adds to the charm of the place.
Small, remote campground in a beautiful setting. It can still feel pretty busy from early summer to the end of September as it's a really great campground. There are limited sites, but a nice big parking lot on the way in. Good location for those going to the Bear tooth pass, or to relax more in a more peaceful area of the park.
A really fantastic campground in Glacier National Park. Lots of things to do right there at the campground, like fishing, swimming and eating. There are gift shops as well as a boat launch. Would go back again! Scenery is beyond other places by a wide margin.
Neat campground, but noisy. The area seems quite dry, but there is good wildlife to be seen, especially if you have a pair of binoculars and can scan the opposing hills. There are elk up the ridge above the campground that hang out in the "town" square. Nice campground, but I like others better in Yellowstone.
Absolutely beautiful campground! Tons of room, beautiful forest with great fall colors. Lots of wildlife in the area, and off the beaten track. There were very few other people when we went there last fall as the colors were changing. Restrooms were kept clean, staff was friendly and good location, while slightly out of the way was more of a plus due to the quietness.
This is a really great location on the western side of the park. Decent room in the rig area, lots of room in the tent area. High elk activity nearby, as well as good fishing. I don't like having to wait at the entrance before I can proceed.
We really loved the central location but felt this was a bit too busy at times. It's VERY convenient for food, gear and gas, and also it's great since it's right by the big falls. A bit too congested in July though. The forest is lovely and you are also close to Mt. Washburn, which is good for bears. We would stay here again, but not during peak times.
Really nice campground on the shores of Lake Superior in Porcupine Mountains State Park in Michigan's upper peninsula. This is by far the most scenic spot in Michigan. The views down the rocky shoreline are outstanding, the restrooms clean, and the sites are spacious. A true wilderness experience in the Midwest.
Absolutely outstanding campground. There are lots of amenities nearby, inclining a marina, eatery and gift/grocery store. Getting around was very easy and the scenery was some of the best I have ever seen. A very nice atmosphere, and a highly recommended park. Would go back to Colter Bay in a second, and plant to.