This campground was clean with well-spaced campsites, leaving you feeling like you're not cramped in among the tents. The bathrooms were clean and dry, and the firewood (while expensive) was readily available- so was ice.
There are no showers on the campground- they're about a 20 minute drive away- but we didn't mind making the trip because the park is so scenic, it's not a hardship.
Elk walked right through out campsite on our first night, and there is fly-fishing (only) available on site.
There are lots of trees, but not a lot of shade- the trees are spaced out and skinny.
An amphitheatre holds church service on Sundays, if that interests you.
Altogether, it's a beautiful campground with the basics done right. You'll be surrounded by nature, but the mornings at that elevation can get chilly- dress warm at night!
- Also Known As:
- Madison Campground Hotel Yellowstone National Park