August 15, 2019 - reviewed by Greg
Crowded sites, many with no shade. Xanterra has inexplicable method of assigning sites. I rarely get a decent site at the YNP campgrounds they run. Bridge Bay has a single dump port at dump station. So count on wasting an hour or more in line if using around check out time. I won't go back.
May 31, 2019 - reviewed by Lauren
No Privacy, Good Base camp
Clean and level. Good location for us to explore the park. Not scenic.
September 24, 2018 - reviewed by Friendly Canadian
Didn't make a reservation but got here early to get a spot. Once you get a spot it is yours, no need to set up something so someone doesn't take it. Quiet campground. Some spots are move private then others. Staff was friendly and helpful. Restrooms are clean and modern. They have a designated washing area for washing dishes.
August 23, 2018 - reviewed by Erin
I lucked out getting two nights here in August with no reservation. The staff were terrific, very helpful and friendly. Loops A through D were pretty treeless and barren, but my space was in G which was very nice, sites were good sized, spread out, and somewhat private. My site was an inside cut-out so my trailer door would have opened to the road. The front office said I could drive against the one-way and park backward if I had a spotter. No spotter, did it anyway, worked great, door was away from road and could put out awning.
March 28, 2018 - reviewed by Karol Ehmen
Great basic campsite
This was a great basic campsite in a beautiful setting. Restrooms were clean - no showers but we knew that going in. We had wind, snow and 28 degrees in Mid-July so always be prepared. We also had majestic, furry neighbors (see bison pic above)! All in all a great experience! Would stay here again in a heartbeat!
September 9, 2017 - reviewed by Steve Smith
Had 34' trailer so I was reserved to a 37' rated space which would of been big enough for a 25' trailer. I understand some trailers are too big, but they should maintain the camp ground to support what they say can fit in. No place to turn in and reverse in spot. Would of been terrible for new trailers wanting to stay with no scrapes from trees. Again, cheap and was Yellowstone, but wont stay at this part of it again.
August 28, 2017 - reviewed by Joe
Nothing To Write Home About
A place to park. No privacy. Small sites
June 28, 2017 - reviewed by Cory
You Could Do Better
The sites are really packed in, no privacy. It had flushing toilets,no showers. My site was a small cut out in the road, my teardrop trailer really didn't fit, but it was the only site left.
Staff was pleasant. They told me there was bear boxes for food but there isn't.
I guess it depends what your used to but this spot kinda sucked, as I'm used to a little privacy and a spot to back into.
You don't get much for $27 per night.
If I were going to do Yellowstone again, I'd stay in one of the beautiful camp sites on the way to Cody.
June 20, 2017 - reviewed by Chuck
Yellowstone Park Camp Site..
We stayed two nights June 19 & 20 has senior pass cost about $14 a night..staff were more then accommodating as our site was not level..they let me look at couple site to see if they would work...we got there about 3:30 so we're sort of ahead of the last minute take what we have...staff are mostly retired people and seemed pretty good...boondock...no water or electric...cell service spotty...you can run generators from 8 to 8...and they come around checking..quite time 10/8 not bad...bedrooms were clean but no showers...we stayed in 25 ft motor home...