Yellowstone National Park Camping

With stunning scenery and abundant wildlife, Yellowstone National Park is a popular choice for camping. Use this Yellowstone National Park travel guide to plan activities in Yellowstone: services available, weather, and things to do.



There are numerous campgrounds throughout the park ranging from full-service to primitive. Advanced reservations are required.  It’s recommended you make your reservations far in advance due to the demand for sites.

Yellowstone Campgrounds

Camping in Yellowstone allows visitors to experience the park’s beauty up close, and enjoy activities such as hiking and wildlife viewing. Check the NPS Yellowstone Camping page for the most updated information on fees, open dates, and guidelines.

Yellowstone Camping

There are a number of RV Camping facilities but Fishing Bridge RV Park is the only campground at Yellowstone offering water, sewer, and electrical hookups for hard-sided vehicles only. 

RV Camping at Yellowstone

Located five miles south of the North Entrance near Mammoth Hot Spring, the Mammoth Campground is the perfect place to pitch your tent or park your RV when you vacation in Yellowstone!

Mammoth Hot Springs Campground

Located between Tower Junction and the Northeast Entrance is the Pebble Creek Campground. It’s a beautiful isolated camping experience surrounded by the Absaroka Mountains.

Pebble Creek Campground

12 miles north of the South Entrance, Lewis Lake Campground is a short walk from Lewis Lake’s southeast shore.  The campground has a boat ramp. Canoes, kayaks, and motorboats are allowed the Lake.

Lewis Lake Campground

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